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It is 99 degrees at Camp Oogie-Waa-Waa, and Aunt Tallulah's latest goody package for Bettina has arrived from Antarctica. Will it be another long fluffy scarf? A pair of six-fingered gloves? A nice, warm hat? Everybody should have an Aunt Tallulah - maybe some of you do! Through a series of hilarious mishaps, Bettina and her Aunt Tallulah are ever so appreciative to have e ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published March 1st 2006 by Rising Moon Books
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Alicia
May 31, 2010 rated it it was amazing
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This one is so much fun and could teach kids how to correspond whether it's pen pals at school or writing to friends or family because Bettina is writing to her aunt who's first in Antarctica then the Amazon. The characters are very funny, the writing even funnier, and the colors are bright and cheerful.
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Kay's Rating: 5 Stars

What a unique and wonderful book, the story unfolds through letters written Bettina and her Aunt Tallulah. Bettina is at summer Camp Oogie-Waa-Waa and her aunt is currently living at the South Pole. Their letters describe the many catastrophes that happen to them. The illustrations are hilarious with many surprises. Even the ending will have you laughing and wanting more.
Skye
Oct 20, 2007 rated it it was amazing
This is one of my all-time favorite picture books. It is soo funny. I giggle just thinking about it!
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Very cute. Kids will enjoy this zany story and they will also Thank you, Aunt Tallula!
Ann
Nov 04, 2015 rated it really liked it
This exchange of letters between a young girl away at summer camp, and her adventurous aunt living in exotic places shows appreciation between aunt and niece, and the place for expressing gratitude even for gifts that may not be quite as useful as the giver intended. This is such a fun book. The text (and subtext) are hilarious, and the illustrations push the story to higher hilarity,
Heather
May 25, 2016 rated it it was ok
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Honestly, this book did not hold my 5 year old niece's attention at all. I should have found it at the library before buying it because I wish I would have purchased a different book.
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Carmela LaVigna Coyle's first book, Do Princesses Wear Hiking Boots? is enjoyed by little princesses everywhere. And now there are several Do Princess titles to choose from. She writes from her studio in Colorado with a puppy on her lap, and beside a wall of glass "to better see the seasons."

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