The Girls' Guide to Campfire Activities

The Girls' Guide to Campfire Activities

Book - 2008
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Encyclopedic, nostalgic, and with just a tiny shiver of risk, this collection of enjoyable activities gives girls all the information they need to have the perfect campfire experience. They'll learn the basics of building a fire; the difference between an A-frame and a teepee fire; how to put the flames out properly; a range of safety procedures; and first aid for minor burns. Girls will also find plenty of fun things to do as the embers glow: recipes for tasty treats, instructions on making a comfy campfire seat, camp songs to sing, and ghost stories guaranteed to frighten the pants off everyone. For those who can't make it to the great outdoors, there are even suggestions for bringing the campfire experience inside, from starting a fire in a fireplace to making fondue-style S'mores. No fireplace? No problem The kit includes a DVD of a super campfire with a singalong soundtrack and scary music for story hour.
Publisher: Kennebunkport, Maine : Applesauce Press/Cider Mill, c2008
ISBN: 9781604330038
Branch Call Number: j796.545 ENC
Characteristics: 122 p. : col. ill. ; 18 x 14 cm

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ColleenGordon
Jul 06, 2010

not great for outdoor camping but fun sleepover ideas with campfire dvd.

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