Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel for TeensReadToo.com
Camp really does rule if you've been going to the same one for eight years and now you're the queen bee, but when your parents decide to send you to camp for the first time when you're sixteen, it's a nightmare.
Unfortunately, it's Penny's nightmare.
Not only is she forced into camp, but it's the same camp that the local "It Girl" adores. Logan is extremely unhappy about Penny crashing her party. More than anything, Penny wants to go home, so when Logan demands Penny leaves, she agrees. Logan coerces Penny into a game of rule-breaking to make sure she leaves camp. Penny begins to settle in, even though she's not used to finding herself in trouble. She likes the other girls in the cabin and she likes her new daredevil self. She certainly doesn't want to leave camp, but Logan's made it pretty clear that either she'll get kicked out on her own or Logan will force her out.
CAMP RULES asks the question, "what if the rules of high school were different and you could be friends with anyone regardless of their reputation?"
Relive the carefree days of camp and read this book with a side of s'mores!