Pete the Cat Goes Camping (I Can Read Level 1)

New York Times bestselling author and artist James Dean takes readers along for an outdoor adventure with Pete the Cat!

In Pete the Cat Goes Camping, Pete can’t wait to go hiking, fishing, and eat s’mores by the campfire. But when he hears about the mysterious creature named Bigfoot, Pete can’t help but wonder: Is Bigfoot real?

Pete the Cat Goes Camping is a Level 1 I Can Read book, which means it’s perfect for shared reading with a child.

James Dean’s art has sold in more than ninety galleries and shops across the United States. He has devoted his paintings to Pete the Cat for fifteen years and has turned his natural love for cats into his life’s work. James published his first adult book, The Misadventures of Pete the Cat, a history of his artwork, in 2006. He illustrated his first self-published children’s book, Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes, in 2008, and the follow-up book, Pete the Cat: Rocking in My School Shoes, in 2011. James lives in Savannah, Georgia, with his wife, four cats, and one dog

Community Review

  • Super cute story! Pete is with his whole family- mom, Dad and brother Bob, and they are camping. Talks about hiking, fishing, tent sleeping and Bigfoot. In the story Bigfoot is not Seen but leaves a note after Pete offers a kind gesture.
    Easy read for my 3rd grader to read aloud, but fun for our whole crew. We are big Pete fans and this is one of my favorites so far!
  • It talks about big foot as something scary. Then it it says is real.
    My little one got too scare we gave it away. 😂
  • We got this book right before our camping trip, and the kids HAD to leave bigfoot a s’more out of the table lol. Bigfoot also left a thank you note 😉
  • My kindergartner loves Pete the Cat, he is so proud that he can read these books himself. We love camping so this one is one of his favorites.
  • By far this is Pete’s favorite adventure at our house. The lesson is great (just because you look different doesn’t mean you’re scary!) and the little cat hiking boots are the perfect detail.
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  • amping can be great fun, but it really isn’t something you just want to do on a whim. It will work out much better if you plan a camping trip and plan it well. The following article outlines important things you should consider before heading out for that weekend getting in touch with nature.When it comes to food, bring only what you need on a camping trip. Extra food out in the wilderness is a calling card for wild animals to come visiting your campground. If you do find that you have additional food, tie it up in cloth and handg it as high as you can in a tree away from your immediate campground. This will help keep you from unwanted animal introductions.When packing for your camping adventure, make sure you pack only what you need for mealtimes. If you are at the campground, your food will have to stay cold so it does not spoil. If you are on the trail, any additional or excess food can be a burden. If you pack just enough food for the time you are on the trail, you will not be weighed down by excess weight.All participants should have a say in where you go camping. Think about where it is you want to go. The options are plenty, so do your research! You could even pick three or four possible destinations and allow a family vote from there.As a courtesy to other campers, don’t leave your lighting on overnight, if you are close to others. Pack a timer that you can attach to your lights that will automatically shut them off after a certain time. Leaving lights on overnight is a popular complaint among most American campers!As was shown in the above article, camping can indeed be great fun, but it does take some advanced planning to make sure it all goes well. Use the advice and tips shown here to make a checklist so your trip is one of relaxation and not one of “�I wish I would have planned this better beforehand’.

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