About The Author - Ashley Wolff is an acclaimed author and illustrator of children's books. She lives in San Francisco.
About The Author - Ashley Wolff is an acclaimed author and illustrator of children's books. I remember camping and backpacking all through my childhood - as little kids, we got to carry the breakfast cereal boxes and toilet paper. Stella and her younger brother Roy go backpacking in Yosemite with their mother. Along the way, Roy is determined to find a bear's tracks - wouldn't that be exciting?!!
This time Stella and Roy are camping with their mother, and Roy really . Stella looks up the tracks in her animal book and explains to him that what he sees is not the tracks of a bear but of a different animal.
This time Stella and Roy are camping with their mother, and Roy really hopes to see a bear. Every time he thinks he sees bear tracks, new reader Stella is pleased to say, "Wrong, Roy, " and to look in her book of animal tracks for The engaging sister-and-brother duo from the highly acclaimed Stella & Roy are back for a second outing that will delight young readers. Ashley Wolff's high-spirited story gives equal weight to the pleasures of reading that Stella has recently discovered and to the rewards of persistence that younger brother Roy enjoys. Stella and Roy and their mother won't forget this trek. Young readers won't either
About The Author - Ashley Wolff is an acclaimed author and illustrator of children's books. This is a reprint of the children’s classic about a family backpack trip in Yosemite. Young readers won't either. Although set in Yosemite, the story can easily be translated into where you live. Talking over the family's last summer adventure and anticipating the next one will be the natural outcome of sharing this amusing tale of sibling interaction.
Stella and Roy return, camping in the mountains with their mother in this attractive picture book. Stella has just learned to read and she comes armed with a book about animal tracks. Her younger brother is hoping to spot a bear. As they hike to their mountain-lake destination, Roy keeps finding tracks he thinks were made by a bear, but Stella disabuses him of this notion, showing him the pages in her book where the relevant coyote or marmot or raccoon tracks are displayed. After the family has made camp, eaten, and retired for the night, Roy is awakened by the sound of an intruder
Stella and Roy Go Camping.
Stella and Roy Go Camping. ISBN 9780525458647 (978-0-525-45864-7) Hardcover, Dutton Juvenile, 1999. Find signed collectible books: 'Stella and Roy Go Camping'. Coauthors & Alternates.
Roy keeps seeing bear tracks or at least he thinks he does until his sister armed with a tracking book informs him of what he is. .Author -Ashely Wolff is an acclaimed author as well as the illustrator pf many children's books. She is also an avid camper
Roy keeps seeing bear tracks or at least he thinks he does until his sister armed with a tracking book informs him of what he is really seeing untill. Lavishly illustrated this is a fun book for beginning readers and somewhat accomplished ones too, Features: Colorful illustrations. She is also an avid camper. She lives in San Francisco with her family.