Camp Disaster Charlotte Summers is sure that summer camp is going to be a disaster And she s right But it s not as disastrous for her as it is for her counselor Abby Abby has no control over the girls in her charg

  • Title: Camp Disaster
  • Author: Frieda Wishinsky
  • ISBN: 9781459811140
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Paperback
  • Charlotte Summers is sure that summer camp is going to be a disaster And she s right But it s not as disastrous for her as it is for her counselor, Abby Abby has no control over the girls in her charge The control is held by the cabin s mean girl Charlotte realizes that she could tip the balance of power and unseat the bully, but does she have the courage to go for itCharlotte Summers is sure that summer camp is going to be a disaster And she s right But it s not as disastrous for her as it is for her counselor, Abby Abby has no control over the girls in her charge The control is held by the cabin s mean girl Charlotte realizes that she could tip the balance of power and unseat the bully, but does she have the courage to go for it

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    1. Camp can be good or bad depending on who you bunk with. I just wish that Madison wouldn't have been a bugger the whole time and would have just said what was wrong. In the end it sorts its self out just wish it hadn't gone that far.

    2. A typical book about bullying with a typical ending.Sorry, but I am supposed to feel sorry for Madison, because her life sucks? Oh, boohoohoohoohoo. Sorry, but no. I am quite a forgiving person, but bullies? No. So your life sucks? That means you can just be a bitch to everyone? That makes it right to just do shit like this? Oh no, girl, oh no it is not. I hate this kind of stuff. I wouldn't mind if the bully would see her way of errors herself without having to fall back on some bad stuff in he [...]

    3. This has a reading level of 2.0, which makes it the lowest reading level of the hi-lo books I've tried. Never until today did I appreciate how much skill it takes to write something of interest to teens, and with enough nuance to tackle serious problems, while staying within a fairly simplistic vocabulary and sentence structure. This author pulled it off well enough to hold my interest, even though the short sentences and simple words were mildly distracting.

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