Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
- Age: 8 to 12
- Grade: 3 to 7
Gordon Korman’s uproarious, outrageous, and all-too-familiar summer camp adventure is BACK in this 40th anniversary edition!
Rudy Miller really isn’t into the whole camping thing. So when his parents send him to summer camp “for his own good,” all he wants to do is go home.
Rudy teams up with his cabin-mate Mike for a series of carefully planned — yet hilariously bungled — escape attempts. Unfortunately, their counsellor (and nemesis) Chip is as determined to keep them there as they are to get away.
Rudy and Mike spend their days plotting, playing chess, and working off punishments for their failed escapes.
Hmmm, maybe it isn’t such a bad way to spend the summer after all . . .
About the author
est né à Montréal et a grandi dans la région de Toronto. Il a signé son
premier contrat chez Scholastic à l'âge de 14 ans, avec son premier livre
Deux farceurs au collège.
Il est maintenant l'auteur de plus de 60 livres, dont beaucoup lui ont valu
de nombreuses récompenses. Gordon habite dans la ville de New York.
Gordon Korman is the #1 bestselling author of three books in The 39 Clues series as well as eight books in his Swindle series: Swindle, Zoobreak, Framed, Showoff, Hideout, Jackpot, Unleashed, and Jingle. His other books include This Can't Be Happening at Macdonald Hall! (published when he was 14); The Toilet Paper Tigers; Radio Fifth Grade; Slacker; Restart; Whatshisface; Level 13; the trilogies Island, Everest, Dive, Kidnapped, and Titanic; and the series The Hypnotists and On the Run. Gordon grew up in Thornhill, Ontario and he lives in New York with his family. Visit him online at www.gordonkorman.com.
“Gordon Korman has obviously been to camp. I Want to Go Home! brought back fond and funny camp memories. However, whether they be campers or not, upper elementary and junior high school students are sure to enjoy I Want to Go Home!” — Atlantic Provinces Book Review (Nov-Dec 1983)
“Gordon Korman truly captures a child's point of view.” — Morning Star (Nov. 7, 1997) (by Kari Jones, Grade 6)