Sleep Over Guide: Camping Out by P J  Denton

Sleep Over Guide: Camping Out

Written by P J Denton
Part of the The Pyjama Gang Series

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This perfect holiday reading for 7+ year olds will introduce you to the Sleepover Gang, a group of great friends that do everything together and share all their secrets. So when a camping out sleepover is planned everyone is very excited except for Taylor, for she has a secret that she feels she can’t tell her friends because she thinks it will ruin their fun.


Sleep Over Guide: Camping Out by P J Denton

It's Emily's turn to host the next sleepover, and the girls are going to camp out! Her dad's going to grill hot dogs, and they'll tell ghost stories and fall asleep under the stars. But Taylor isn't as excited as the others. She loves parties and is always up for new adventures, but she also has a secret that her friends don't know about - she's afraid of creepie crawlies! She knows she can tell her best friends anything, but she's worried about ruining their fun. Will Taylor be able to overcome her fear and make it through her night outside?

About the Author

P.J. Denton is a pseudonym for Catherine Hapka. She was a children's book editor for many years, and has written for lots of different series, including The Saddle Club and Sweet Valley Twins. Cathy lives in Pennsylvania, USA.

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96 pages


P J Denton
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Simon & Schuster Ltd

Publication date

5th November 2007




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