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During the last weeks of summer camp, eleven-year-old Alex Kim has trouble hiding a secret from the other girls in bunk 3C while also trying to meet the high standards she sets for herself in sports, relationships, and other activities.
The second summer is hotter than ever! Priya Shah is Camp Lakeview's resident tomboy - her BFF in the whole world is Jordan: a BOY, but they are just friends. The girls in bunk 4C aren't buying it, though. Priya's used to the teasing and thinks she can take it. But during the fourth-division field trip to D.C. she realizes she's never been more wrong. And when Jordan starts going out with another girl on the trip, Priya must get in touch with her true feelings before it's too late.
Alyssa finds an amethyst, a stone believed to aid in psychic awareness. Suddenly she's interpreting dreams and making predictions, all with 100 percent accuracy.
Camp goes Hollywood!Blind item: Which Walla-Walla camper turned movie extra has been seen canoodling with her fellow cast mate and resident set hottie? We think: Sarah and Chace!
Jenna is psyched to have all of her friends up to her lake house! Greenwood Lake is so much fun, especially on Memorial Day weekend, when they have an annual county picnic and an old-fashioned carnival.
Hey Alyssa: Sorry to hear that your art has been censored. You should stage a protest! I'm planning a protest of my own - I am TOTALLY in like with this kid Dallas, but my dad is so not in like with the idea. I'll explain later.
Brynn's just transferred to a brand-new school in a town close by. A town in Bizarro World, that is, where academic excellence is the fast track to popularity and Candace yes, quiet, seemingly insecure Candace is the reigning queen bee.
During Color War, Natalie buddies up to the sixth division girls and ditches her fifth division friends, who couldn't be more immature.
Camp Lakeview is like any other camp - bunk beds and boys, gossip and girl talk. It's also a chance to discover another side of yourself. Funny and talented, Grace Matthews is everyone's friend. But Grace realises she's the only one without a best friend. Soon, Grace starts hanging out with Kerri, who is a bully. Will Grace have the courage to stand up for herself - even if it means standing on her own?
The girls go on an overnight and share horror stories around the campfire. But it's the one about Cropsy, the creepy old man who lives just outside the campgrounds and is known for torturing Lakeview campers, that hits closest to home. Especially when Chelsea leaves the group for a bathroom break in the woods and doesn't return after 45 minutes. No sooner do her bunkmates go after her then do they realize they've completely lost their way and are now at the mercy of the evil Cropsy's whims!
Summer camp means lots of things: new friends, roommates, bug bites, bathroom duty. . . But it's also a chance to be on your own and to reinvent yourself. A shy girl can become the belle of the ball, and a jock might find new competition. Natalie, Jenna, Grace, and Alex have all found themselves at Camp Lakeview for different reasons. And each is keeping a secret. But if everyone is hiding something, how will they ever become friends? Jenna Bloom is a Lakeview legacy. She's been coming to camp for three years and so have her brothers. All of her brothers. Jenna used to think that was cool, but lately she's been dying for some independence. Bubbly, outgoing Jenna has always been known for her pranks. But now her jokes are less and less funny. Are the family ties pulled too tightly-or is there something else going on?
Summer camp means lots of things: new friends, roommates, bug bites, bathroom duty. . . But it's also a chance to be on your own and to reinvent yourself. A shy girl can become the belle of the ball, and a jock might find new competition. Natalie, Jenna, Grace, and Alex have all found themselves at Camp Lakeview for different reasons. And each is keeping a secret. But if everyone is hiding something, how will they ever become friends? Natalie Goode is a city girl-way more interested in fresh sushi than fresh air. So she's bummed when her mother ships her off to "Camp Lake-puke" to broaden her horizons. But before long, Natalie notices there are some pretty cool girls are camp (and even some cute boys, too). If she can loosen up, she might even enjoy herself-unless the secret she's been keeping gets in her way. . .
"I'm so bummed. I can't BELIEVE that I can't compete in Color War! I have been waiting for this all summer long! So unfair. It's killing me to watch everyone else have all the fun. I guess I'm just going to have to find other ways to entertain myself." Jenna Bloom swore she'd behave herself this summer. All of her prankster energy has been refocused on preparing for Color War, her favorite part of the summer at Camp Lake view. But things go wrong, and the unthinkable happens: Jenna can't compete in Color War! Upset and bored with watching her friends have fun while she's on the sidelines, Jenna decides that maybe behaving herself is overrated. With the encouragement of a fellow practical-joker, could the ultimate prank be way too tempting?
Gaby's had it with The Chelsea Show. So she embarks on her own attention-seeking campaign, and claims the boy on a Survivor-type TV program for teens is her brother. At first this seems like the perfect get popular quick scheme. That is, until the boy wins the competition and is awarded the grand prize: a trip to Australia, leaving immediately, WITH HIS ENTIRE FAMILY!!! Forget popularity unless Gaby figures out a way to convince her bunk mates that she's on the next flight out to Australia, she'll never be able to show her face at Lakeview again.
The girls will do whatever it takes to stay together, even if it means going to a place called Walla-Walla. Walla-Walla is more rustic and sports-oriented than Lakeview. And the girls there are a little snootier.
Camp Lakeview is like any other camp - bunk beds and boys, gossip and girl talk. It's also a chance to discover another side of yourself. It's the camp reunion and everyone from Bunk 3C is going to NYC for the weekend! And with the girls planning a big surprise for one of their bunkmates, it's sure to be just like old times. But when everyone meets up, it's obvious that things have changed - the bunk has split up into different cliques! Bunk 3C was always the most fun when everyone got along, but can the girls fix everything before it's time to leave one another again?
Sworn city girl Natalie Goode is actually back - voluntarily - at Lake-puke for more. More mess-food cooking, more bug-infested bunk beds, and even more nature shack (well, maybe not nature shack; a girl has to maintain some standards, after all). And even though the returning 3C-ers have been split up, she's still got Alyssa as her bunkmate and official summertime BFF. Unfortunately, there's a new camper on the scene! Tori is sophisticated, literate, and very cute. Good thing Natalie's not the jealous type . . . or is she?
In this tearful conclusion to the series, Dr. Steve announces that the government has forced him to sell the campgrounds to the state. The girls are heartbroken until they decide to take a stand. They gather a group and head to the state capital to protest on the camp's behalf, replete with signs, chants, and plenty of determination. Will the girls' plan work, or will this be the last summer they're all together?
The author of Camp Confidential delivers a summer trilogy. After she survives a near shark-death experience, pro surfer Cassie is ordered by her coach to take the summer off and go to Camp Ohana--a water sports camp on a beach in Hawaii--to get her confidence back and have fun.
Seems like only yesterday, Cassie had never spoken to a real live boy. Cut to now: not only has she already smooched with adorable Micah, she's actually missing him while he's away at a surfing competition. Part of her loves the way it feels to have feelings for someone. But another part of her wonders if Micah will just be a distraction once she starts surfing competitively again. And then there's a third part the part that still hasn't stepped foot in the ocean since that fateful day with the shark. And if that part doesn't find a way to get over itself, Cassie may never surf competitively again.
Having left summer camp to return home and start 6th grade at their respective schools, the girls from bunk 3C use a blog to keep one another informed of their struggles adjusting to school and to new situations at home.
This has been the best summer of Cassie's life. And if only she could get over her phobia, the summer would qualify as perfect. But nature has a strange sense of timing, because just when Cassie's about to lose hope, she's thrust into a life-or-death situation that forces her to conquer her fears.
Presidents' Weekend is coming up, and Tori's parents have invited four of her closest friends to their Tahoe home for a ski trip!
Athletic, quiet Sarah loves Camp Lakeview and is psyched to be back for another summer in the sun. She gets along with everyone and never makes waves.
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