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Camp (were) Wolf


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J.B Mounteer with his wife Kambree, and four children, Jaden, Kiesha, Kaelie and Jorey. Some characters in the book Camp (were) Wolf are based on his children.

Join Buddy as he attends summer camp for the first time and encounters new people and experiences in J.B. Mounteer's new childrens book, Camp (were) Wolf.

Buddy is spending the summer at Camp Wolf, located in the mountains where his parents grew up. When he arrives, he learns old legends about werewolves and vampires that live on the mountain. Buddy shivers in fear. He hates vampires, even though he has never met one.

While at Camp, Buddy meets new friends who call themselves the "Wolf pack." The Wolf pack has a mission to seek out and destroy all werewolves.

Buddy is frightened when he hears this, but Drake, the leader of the Wolf pack, assures Buddy not to worry because he will protect Buddy from the werewolves.

The Wolf pack's action-filled adventures lead readers to a surprise ending that shows them why they should never judge someone before they really get to know them.

Camp (were) Wolf, is filled with interesting characters, vivid full-color illustrations and there are many hints and twists. The fun and humorous story captivates children, while teaching them the value of true friendship.

Mounteer, loves to write, illustrate and tell stories. He also enjoys hunting, camping, woodworking and most of all spending time with his wife and four children.

Camp (were) Wolf is his first published book, but he has written numerous stories and poems that he hopes to publish in the future.

The text of his rhyming picture book, Nalley O' Nest Snob Of The West was featured in the International Library Of Poetry's Immortal Verses. It was also entered into the International Library Of Poetry's Poem contest, as a semi-finalist, where Mounteer received the Editor's Choice Award for that work.

Mounteer has recently relocated to Castle Dale where he lives with his wife and four children.


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