Book Reviews of Letters from Camp

Letters from Camp
Letters from Camp
Author: Kate Klise
ISBN-13: 9780613285520
ISBN-10: 0613285522
Publication Date: 3/2001
Pages: 178
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Rebound by Sagebrush
Book Type: School Library Binding
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This book is a good read for anyone! It's written in letters between the different characters. It's extremely entertaining.
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The brother-sister pairs who arrive for the summer at Camp Happy Harmony are almost too busy fighting with each other to notice how strange the camp really is. Not only are the campers forced to wear bizarre uniforms, eat gross food, and do chores all day, but the members of the family that runs the camp fight constantly- with each other. Are the campers in danger? Or - in spite of sibling wars- do they need to stick together to solve the mystery humming under the surface of Camp Happy Harmony?
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One of Kate Klise's best! A cute story about 3 brother-sister pairs who go to a summer camp run by some infamous retro pop stars, and things go WRONG! A great book for a child who is anxious about going to camp for the first time or loves to go to camp. Or for anyone like me who loves Kate Klise; of any age!