The Trumpet of the Swan - Chapter Eleven — Camp Kookooskoos, Chapter Twelve — A Rescue Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Eleven — Camp Kookooskoos, Chapter Twelve — A Rescue Summary

In chapter eleven, Camp Kookooskoos. The camp is a real wilderness camp. There is not even a road to it. Sam and Louis have to be dropped at the end of a lane and then have to walk to the edge of a lake. A canoe awaits them there. Sam paddles across the lake and Louis jumps out of the canoe. He is immediately surrounded by boys. Sam has to shoo them back to give Louis room to breathe. Louis is introduced and one boy, Applegate, declares he does not like birds. The camp director, Mr. Brickle, tells Applegate he can dislike birds if he wants but he has to respect Louis. In this chapter the reader learns that Camp Kookooskoos in English means Camp...

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