The Lost Deer Camp

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Hometown Hunters Presents:
The Lost Deer Camp

Who This Book Is Great For:
Reading Age Level: 8 - 14
Reading Grade Level: 4 - 8

Book Specifications: 
Awards: Bronze Moonbeam Children's Book Award
Width x Height:
 5.25" x 7.5"
Number of Pages: 152 Pages
Cover Style: Softcover

Lexile Measure: 710L

Accelerated Reader:

ATOS Book Level: 5.1
Interest Level: Middle Grades (MG 4-8)
AR Points: 4.0
Rating: Not yet rated.
Word Count: 24168
Fiction/Nonfiction Fiction
Topic - Subtopic: English in a Flash Recommended List, Library 3-Chapter 13, 90%; Family Life-Divorce; Sports/Recreation-Baseball;
Series: Hometown Hunters;

Back Cover Reading: 
Tucker Thompson is just an ordinary 8th grader from Detroit, Michigan. He loves school and baseball. Everything seems great for the left-handed pitcher with a big, breaking curveball.

That is, until one dreadful event changes his life. Tucker learns that his parents are getting divorced. If that wasn’t bad enough, his mom is making a move. He will be forced to attend a new school, across town in the inner city of Detroit.

Struggling to handle his anger, Tucker does the only thing he can think of to get his parent’s attention: cause trouble. Not everyone at his new school finds him entertaining, especially the principal, Mr. David. After pulling off the prank of the century, Tucker gets kicked out of school and shipped off to live with his Uncle Ed and Aunt Loretta in a remote area of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

The U.P. is a far cry from the concrete jungle of Detroit. But Tucker quickly realizes there is something magical and mysterious about Uncle Ed’s place. He is warned early and often by his uncle to never venture into the West Woods.

But why? Is Uncle Ed hiding something? One day, Tucker discovers a creepy, old sign—one final warning of danger. What he finds hidden in the woods will change his life forever!

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Patricia B.
United States United States
I recommend this product

I gave this book to my grandson for Christmas along with 3 others of the Hometown Hunters books and he loved them all! He says they are the greatest books to read. He will take the book to bed and read every night for a little while. He is very much into hunting and fishing! He loves the great outdoors!! His mother just bought the rest of the hunting books for him as he is almost done with the ones I bought. He wants the fishing books that just came out!! I will have to buy those for him!! Thank you for writing such nice books for the kids!! Patty Boston

United States United States
I recommend this product
Great books.

The story is a bit mature for our 8-year-old so we skip ahead to the middle of the book when it gets into the hunting. Our son doesn't need to know about divorce. But all of these books are great stories and are well written. I'd say more of a storyline for a teenager.