Camp Camp: Where Fantasy Island Meets Lord of the Flies

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Crown Publishers, 2008 - Humor - 301 pages
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Dear Former Campers,

Do you recall your glory days at summer camp as some of the best months of your life? Was your camp experience

*OK
*fun
*bunktastic!

When you think about camp, what are your best memories?

*singing "If I Had a Hammer" around the campfire
*winning color war two years in a row
*getting to third base with your camp crush

OpenCamp Campand head back to the one place on earth where appropriated Native American terminology, competitive sports, social heirarchy, and libido-soaked nights lived in wholesome harmony. Here is your trip down memory lane, a trip so beautifully illustrated and fully remembered that you can almost smell the pine of the cabins when you open the pages.

Camp Campis a love letter to camp, a chance to relive every Champion sweatshirt-wearing, accidental-bed-wetting, sky-hook-wedgie-receiving, tie-dye-making golden moment via hundreds of photographs and stories straight from the source, including tall tales from AJ Jacobs, Rachel Sklar, Paul Feig, David Wain, Jamie Denbo, and Rodney Rothman.

Do you miss...
*camp friendships
*camp freedom
*camp fun

If so, thenCamp Campis your one-way ticket back to this magical world in whichFantasy IslandmetLord of the Flies.

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Review: Camp Camp: Where Fantasy Island Meets Lord of the Flies

User Review  - Jenny Hoerauf - Goodreads

Brings up many fond memories of camp. Although those Jewish camps seemed to have a lot more hanky panky going on than I ever saw at LLL. Maybe I was naive? Read full review

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User Review  - Hank Stuever - Goodreads

Extremely thorough and dear. Read full review

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ROGER BENNETT is a member of the Academy of the Recent Past. www.academyoftherecentpast.com

JULES SHELL collects old family business logos and the stories that go with them at www.projectbrandnew.com.

Roger and Jules are the co-creators ofBar Mitzvah Disco.

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