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In his sixth adventure, Humphrey heads off for the great outdoors.

When Humphrey hears that school is ending, he panics. School ends? What's a classroom hamster to do if he's not in school? But as it turns out, there's something thrilling in store for Humphrey and Og the frog: going to Camp Happy Hollow with Ms. Mac and lots of the kids from Room 26! Camper Humphrey meets a friendly wild mouse, tracks down Og when he gets lost by the lake, and uses his wily charm to help kids adjust to cabin life and make new friends.

Everyone's favorite classroom pet keeps entertaining kids across the nation, and his books have won eight state awards and were nominated for 14 others.

©2010 Betty G. Birney (P)2010 Penguin Audiobooks

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  • John
  • Decatur, GA, United States
  • 12-10-11

I can't believe they would change readers.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

After all the Humphrey books we listened to, they changed readers which completely ruined it. They should have had the new reader at least listen to the others first.

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  • Molly
  • Lancaster, PA, United States
  • 02-28-12

Great Story, Narration not good

Would you listen to Summer According to Humphrey again? Why?

My kids LOVE these stories and we got hooked on them, listening through the whole collection. This narrator is much more difficult to listen to and the racial stereotypes he uses for the voices are painful.