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Letters from Camp Mad Libs



Item# 978-0-8431-1827-X

$4.99


Here are Mad Libs to fill in and send. This fabulous format makes mailing letters from sleep away camp as easy as filling in the blanks! Letters from Camp features 21 original letters— illustrated with full color spot art— that children can fill in with their friends and then mail off to their parents! Letters can be torn out with perforated edges and can be sealed with the special stickers.



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  • Weight: 2.4 oz
  • Gender: Unisex
  • Ages: 9 and up
  • Additional Details: Fun games to play at camp while adding a little language skills to it.
  • Country of Origin: US
  • Dimensions: 5.25" x 8.5"
  • Cover Type : Soft cover
  • Number of Pages : 21
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5.0

Great for writing friends

By soccer mom

from Houston, TX

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        Comments about Letters from Camp Mad Libs:

        My daughter was excited to use these to write her friends from camp.

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        4.0

        Fun

        By T

        from AL

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        Comments about Letters from Camp Mad Libs:

        Pros: Kids love these

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        5.0

        Blast from the Past

        By kuffner

        from AZ

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        Comments about Letters from Camp Mad Libs:

        Pros: OK - yeas it tells my age, but its a classic loved in the 70's to my child today

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