Naughty Boys Camp by Charline M Miller
Naughty boys camp is a funny, engaging book that will surely appeal to your little rebel and teaches them that being naughty isn’t fun.
This story follows Lej, a five-year-old naughty boy who loves to play all the time, but now he has to go to kindergarten at the big kid school like his brother and sister. Lucky for Lej, his friends Pete and Abe are in the same school. Lej misbehaves in class, in the washroom, and disobeys rules just because Pete and Abe tell him to do. Lej’s mom is upset because she gets his complaints from school. One day, Lej heard his mom talking about Naughty Boys camp, now he imagines his life being there.
Follow Lej as he learns the hard way that listening to the adults in charge maybe isn’t so bad after all, and that true friends are the people who help you to be the best person you can be!
I just love how Charline structures a plot and builds in some surprising and touching twists, how Lej becomes a good boy from a bad boy, and understands how his friends manipulated him to do naughty things.
This book is a Social-Emotional Learning tool for parents and teachers to teach basic manners, states the importance of positive behavior, and encourages children to care for rules in schools and public areas.