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How I Spent My Summer Vacation
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How I Spent My Summer Vacation

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by Mark Teague
 

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Some kids spend their summer vacation at camp. Some kids spend it at Grandma's house. Wallace Bleff spent his out west...on a ride, a rope, and a roundup he'll never forget.

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How I Spent My Summer Vacation 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Sandy5 More than 1 year ago
Wallace was captured by cowboys. He was on a train when they captured him, on his way out to visit his aunt whose house was on the plains. He doesn’t mind the change of plans, so once they outfitted in his cowboy gear, he was ready to do some roping, riding, and other cowboy tasks. Oh, he was good and his name quickly spread. One day his aunt calls from a telephone booth (yes, a telephone booth out on the range) and invited the boys over for a barbecue. The roundup is finished so it’s time for a party. It was a grand party with plenty of food, lots of dancing and the band is playing all the right songs. Nearby the animals started to act strange and what occurred next, Wallace will never forget. For, if it wasn’t for the quick-thinking of Wallace, the party would have ended in disaster. Wallace tells this tale with great conviction in front of his class during his turn to talk about his summer vacation; the pictures are captivating and invite your imagination to follow Wallace along on his adventure. The last page is funny, “I can hardly wait for show and tell!” I love the creativity in his book.
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Read his books when I was little and I adored them all especially Dear Mrs. Larue
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blakeandlily More than 1 year ago
This book is really cute and the rhyming text makes it fun to read. My children (age 4 & 6) really enjoyed the little boy's story about his adventures over summer vacation. A great book to have to ready over and over again!