You took the plunge, bursting with excitement for your child to make amazing camp memories and new friends this summer, and you registered them for overnight camp. Now, March break is over, the sun is up a lot longer, and we’re midway through spring when it hits you: the camp season is right around the corner and they haven’t been to summer camp before! Your excitement starts to feel like nervousness and you notice your little angel is just as anxious, not knowing what to expect from camp.
That’s a familiar feeling that we understand all too well, and we’re here to alleviate some of the stress. Summer camp is one of the greatest experiences for children and nerves shouldn’t get in the way of enjoying all that it has to offer!
We’ve put together a fun list of family-friendly books that will shed light on the unknowns, and help you and your kids take a sigh of relief in anticipation of the first day of camp. Time to cuddle up with your adventurous camper and read about what camp is all about, as explained by Brother and Sister, Froggy, and even Mr. Sillypants!
By Stan Berenstain and Jan Berenstain
After an initial battle with nerves, Brother and Sister have an amazing time at day camp with their friends! This is a great story that addresses any hesitation in regards towards both day camp and overnight camp.
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