Bad Kitty Camp Daze by Nick Bruel

Bad Kitty Camp Daze

Kitty’s life is really hard. Like really, REALLY hard. All she asks for is twenty-two hours a day to sleep and food to be delivered morning and night. But does she get it? No. And when Puppy and Baby get a little rambunctious during her naptime, Kitty gets bonked on the head and starts to believe she’s . . . a dog.This new dynamic freaks out Puppy, so he’s sent away to Uncle Murray’s Camp for Stressed-Out Dogs to relax with other canine c...

Details Bad Kitty Camp Daze

TitleBad Kitty Camp Daze
Release DateJan 2nd, 2018
PublisherRoaring Brook Press
GenreHumor, Childrens, Animals, Fiction

Reviews Bad Kitty Camp Daze

  • Rebecca Ray
    For the second night in a row, I read Ellie a Bad Kitty book. This time it was the newest Bad Kitty book, Bad Kitty Camp Daze. All Kitty wants is a little peace, 22 hours of sleep and giant delicious meals. Does Kitty get that? No. Instead, she has a wild puppy and even more wild baby that want to play all the time. During some of this rough play, Kitty get bonked on the head, and she begins to believe that she’s a dog.Puppy is so stressed out ...
  • Miss Ryoko
    I love the Bad Kitty chapter books... a lot (obviously, as Kitty it's my profile pic) However, this one fell flat for me, and I was so bummed out by that. Usually I'm laughing pretty uproariously while reading these chapter books, however, with this one, I only cracked a smile too few times. Still love you Nick Bruel!
  • Hudson Parker
    I gave this five stars because it is funny
  • Thomas Scholtes
    As a grown man (over 25), I do not think I am the target demographic for this book, but I'll write a review anyway. I entered the giveaway to win this book for my nephew, so after he takes a look I'll try and get some additional feedback from the best audience perspective possible.Knowing nothing about this series, I was interested in what would happen to "Kitty" since I am a fan of cats, and this cat appeared to be one to get into trouble. Altho...
  • Barbara
    I adore Bad Kitty and all the Bad Kitty books. In this one, a head injury causes Kitty to think she's a dog. Since her new collar is misspelled, her name is Katie, no big deal at first, but it will cause problems later on. The change in her behavior confuses Puppy so he is sent away to a camp to recover from his trauma. Uncle Murray's Camp for Stressed-Out Dogs provides an idyllic setting for canines to recuperate and get back their canine confid...
  • Jonathan
    I've always loved how accessible the "Bad Kitty" series is for emergent readers. This is an area in quality literature that is greatly lacking, usually, books at this grade level are pretty lame but these books have always filled that void well. Their quick pace, comic book style is intriguing to young readers and sneaking some useful animal facts into these books draws in the non-fiction audience. Having read the vast majority (if not all of) th...
  • Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book*
    ruel, Nick Bad Kitty: Camp Daze, 160 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL Roaring Brook Press (Macmillan), 2018. $14. Content: G. Bad Kitty is frustrated with Baby and Puppy because they have knocked over her Chinese food, so she kicks her food bowl, but it bounces off the wall and hits Kitty in the head. Kitty now thinks she is a puppy and she runs Puppy ragged as she barks and plays with him. In an attempt to give Puppy a break, Puppy’s owners send him to a ...
  • Maggie Mattmiller
    *I won a free copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest reviewI have not read the Bad Kitty series, but know a number of kids who are super into it. I entered this giveaway, thinking I could put it on the shelf in my classroom, or share with kids in my life.I'm glad I won, because it gave me the opportunity to start to get to know the series and the character that I hear kids talk about and laugh about. I can totally see...
  • Courtney Umlauf
    After being hit in the head with a food dish, Kitty has started to act a little odd. In fact she's starting to resemble her furry companion and nemesis, Puppy. In the fog of head trauma, Kitty thinks she's a dog, and so she sneaks off to Uncle Murray's Camp for Stressed Out Dogs along with Puppy. For a while the other dogs accept that Kitty is just one of the group, she does bark and fetch after all, just not very well. But when Kitty encounters ...
  • Teresa Edmunds
    Bad Kitty has it tough. Baby screams all the time. Puppy barks all the time. Kitty needs a vacation. But instead, Puppy gets sent to camp. Kitty wants to go and have a break from all this noise and mayhem. So Kitty sneaks into Puppy's backpack and gets to go to camp. The snag...Kitty has to pretend to be a dog. Everything is going well until Kitty finds some catnip and turns into a crazy cat. The dogs are NOT happy. Just when Kitty thinks all is ...
  • Krista the Krazy Kataloguer
    Bad Kitty does it again. This time he and Baby wear out Puppy so much that his nerves are frazzled, so his owners send him to Uncle Murray's Camp for Stressed-Out Dogs. Unfortunately, Kitty has been hit on the head so many times that he begins to think he's a dog, which is why he smuggles himself into Uncle Murray's camp as well, where he manages to convince Uncle Murray and the other doggies that he's one of them. What kind of havoc will he wrea...
  • Anthony
    Kitty just wants to get her 22 hours of sleep, but baby and puppy have a different agenda. After several sneak attacks, and knocks to the noggin, Kitty takes on the personality of a dog, and ends up along with puppy at Uncle Murray's Camp For Stressed-Out Dogs (No Goofy Cats Allowed). Will Kitty be exposed as a cat, or keep the mindset of a dog and just learn to relax? Uncle Murray provides fun facts on the differences between cats and dogs when ...
  • Shanna Hurd
    Bad Kitty gets a bump on the head and thinks she's a dog! So when Puppy is sent to Dog Camp, Kitty tags along. Hilarity, of course, ensues.Plenty of humor abounds in this latest Bad Kitty outing. This book is great for reluctant readers, with plenty of illustrations, a funny story, and plenty of real life facts about cats and dogs mixed in. The social lesson about helping each other despite our differences is always welcome for kids (and doesn't ...
  • Pat
    Bad Kitty gets hit with her cat dish and begins acting like a dog. Since Puppy is getting stressed out, the family sends him to Uncle Murray's Camp for Stressed Out Dogs, where Kitty is hiding in his duffel bag. Bad Kitty causes havoc at the camp with all the dogs who have well developed personalities themselves. Her true nature doesn't come out until she runs into a bear. This well loved series provides humor in a graphic novel format.
  • Monica Hocking
    Very funny up lifting book. Me am intrigued by main characters! Want to see more in this series. Only one complaint! All the excessive head bonking! It's, well excessive! Me suffer from TBI and seizures among other thins and me Doctors say it arrived from one too many serious hits to the head! But other than that, me interested in seeking out more of this series!
  • Tammie Smith
    As soon as I opened the package containing this book my son grabbed it and read it. I do believe he read it twice. This a great graphic novel that kept my 7 year old engaged. He didn't put it down until he finished it. The story is engaging and the characters are great.Thank you so much to Nick Bruel and Goodreads for this book. I would recommend this book to any child who loves to read.
  • Pam
    Bad Kitty just wants to sleep away the days but is roused to play with the puppy and the baby. An accident happens and she thinks she's a dog. She stows away to go to the Puppy Retreat too. Typical funny events ensue.Another humorous book in this series.
  • Renee Brown
    I love the Bad Kitty series - and Bad Kitty Camp Daze and is full of fun, mischief, and even a little mayhem. With plenty of physical comedy, it is sure to appeal to young readers - but is also appealing to adults who need a good chuckle.
  • Celeste
    I have read most of the Bad Kitty books. They are a type of graphic novel for 1st-3rd graders. I enjoyed this book as much as the others-all three of my kids enjoy this series. Also reviewed on Kiss the Book Blog.
  • Kelley Mitchell
    Giggled the whole time. The humor is surprisingly sophisticated. The facial expressions and situations will appeal to the children too young to understand the whole joke, but even older children - or 47 year old women - will appreciate the jokes in the words :).
  • Michelle Casey
    This was hilarious! I loved the stories around the campfire and also how Kitty kept going from Cat to Dog and back again when "playing fetch". Truly NIck Bruel is a genius.
  • wildct2003
    Fast, fun read.
  • Creyer
    I loved bad kitty as a first grade teacher and so did my kids....the continuation of the series is just perfect and keeps the kids rolling!
  • Stephanie
    This is a hilarious books and it is a great entertainment for kids. This book also includes facts which helps kids learn.Won an ARC through the Goodreads giveaway.
  • Brenda
    My Bad Kitty Fans (and I have a lot ) will be glad to race through this next title in the series. And it great to keep them interested and reading.
  • Dyane Foltz
    Will read it cover to cover in about an hour.
  • Melody
    Lots of humor!!
  • Marlee
    3.5 starsThis book was very funny. However, it didn’t make my children laugh as much as most of the other bad kitty books did. Silly with great pictures.
  • Susan Kosel
    Poor Bad Kitty ends up at dog camp. It's an adventure.
  • Iraida Lasmun
    I love the Bad Kitty series and Bad Kitty Camp Daze - is full of fun