Goodnight, Campsite: (A children's Book on Camping Featuring RVs, Travel Trailers, Fifth-Wheels, Pop-UPs and Other Camper Options.)
"Goodnight, Campsite" is an award-winning children's book on camping, featuring more than tents. Our book highlights RVs - Travel Trailers, Fifth-Wheels, Pop-Ups, Class A, Class C, and other camper options.
The perfect gift for RVers, especially those looking for kids camping books or camping books for toddlers.
"Goodnight, Campsite" is set in a beautiful nature park, and the story follows visitors as they explore the park during the day (hiking, biking, fishing, etc.), and then returns with them to their campsite at night. There is an emphasis on RVs, which sets this title apart from other camping books on the market, which only feature tents.
Preschool-aged children will love the beautiful and colorful pictures - and searching for the squirrel hiding in the pictures. Rhyming text will keep children engaged, as they build sound associations and phonemic skills.
Also included in the book is a Campsite Bingo game! Visit www.goodnightcampsite.com for more information and free printable camping activities.
We know there are lots of children's books about camping out there, and we are honored that you are considering "Goodnight, Campsite."
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About the Author
"Goodnight, Campsite" was born of a love of camping and books, and it filled a rather large void, children's books about recreational vehicles (RVs). Author Loretta Sponsler had looked high and low for camping books to take along on her family's RV adventures. While general, tent camping books abounded, specific books featuring RVs were nowhere to be found. Well, she thought, "I'll write one - one my boys will love!"
Loretta was born and raised in New Mexico, currently lives in California, and travels all over the country, although the West holds a particular spot in her heart. She has a degree in journalism and worked most of her career as a technical writer and editor with the U.S. Government. Now Loretta is a full-time mom, part-time writer.
Loretta and her family, complete with three young boys, have traveled all over the United States, pulling a travel trailer and camping along the way. See you on the trails!