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Roy Blakeley in the Haunted Camp   By: (1876-1950)

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Roy Blakeley in the Haunted Camp by Percy Keese Fitzhugh is a captivating and enthralling children's book filled with adventure, mystery, and friendship. The story follows the remarkable Roy Blakeley, a member of the Bridgeboro Scouts, and his group of fearless friends as they embark on another thrilling adventure.

From the very beginning, Fitzhugh grabs the reader's attention with vivid descriptions and a well-paced plot. The book opens with Roy and his friends setting up their campsite in a supposedly haunted area, setting the stage for an eerie and suspenseful atmosphere. As the Scouts start to explore the surrounding woods and encounter strange occurrences, the suspense steadily builds, keeping readers engaged and eager to discover the secrets lurking in the haunted camp.

One of the greatest strengths of this book lies in Fitzhugh's skillful character development. Roy Blakeley, the lovable and mischievous protagonist, is a relatable and endearing character that children will easily connect with. His quick wit, resourcefulness, and unwavering fearlessness make him a delightful guide through the thrilling journey. Alongside Roy, his friends, Pee-wee, Garry, and others, each bring their unique personalities, quirks, and abilities, adding depth and diversity to the story.

As the mystery unfolds and the campers search for answers, the book also touches upon important themes of friendship and loyalty. Despite facing numerous challenges and eerie encounters, Roy and his friends demonstrate unwavering support for one another, showcasing the true power of friendship even in the face of uncertainty and fear.

Fitzhugh's writing style is engaging and age-appropriate, allowing young readers to easily follow along while maintaining their interest throughout. The author's vivid imagery and descriptive language create a vivid world where readers can immerse themselves in the thrilling adventures of Roy and the Bridgeboro Scouts.

In conclusion, Roy Blakeley in the Haunted Camp is a captivating and suspenseful children's book that successfully combines elements of adventure, mystery, and friendship. Percy Keese Fitzhugh has created a truly enjoyable and memorable reading experience for children, and this book is sure to entertain and engage young readers from start to finish.

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The Tom Slade Books The Roy Blakeley Books The Pee Wee Harris Books

Illustrated by R. Emmett Owen


Published with the Approval of The Boy Scouts of America

Grosset & Dunlap Publishers :: New York

Made in the United States of America

Copyright, 1922, by Grosset & Dunlap


I The House in the Lane 1 II An Echo of the War 6 III A New Acquaintance 14 IV Pee wee Fixes It 26 V Pee wee's Discovery 30 VI Sunday the Fourteenth 36 VII Then and Now 44 VIII Peace! 49 IX Around the Fire 54 X The Fall of Scout Harris 62 XI Young Mr. Blythe 69 XII Three's a Company 72 XIII Warde Is in Earnest ... Continue reading book >>

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