Over and Out

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Penguin, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 159 pages
8 Reviews
"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 Lakeview. But tings 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?
  

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Review: Over & Out (Camp Confidential #10)

User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

The cute series continues. Perfect for when I'm not feeling challenged. I can't pass up a camp book. Read full review

Review: Over & Out (Camp Confidential #10)

User Review  - Evangelyn - Goodreads

This book takes place the summer before seventh grade. Read full review

Contents

Chapter ONE
4
Chapter TWO
23
Chapter THREE
36
Chapter FOUR
46
Chapter FIVE
60
Chapter SIX
77
Chapter SEVEN
92
Chapter EIGHT
108
Chapter NINE
119
Chapter TEN
129
Chapter ELEVEN
139
Chapter TWELVE
151
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About the author (2006)

Melissa J. Morgan started going to sleep away camp when she was eight years old and didn't stop until her first job after grad school refused her request for eight weeks of summer vacation. She's since quit that job to become a full-time author. The only reason she didn't go back to camp is that her husband refused to join her. Melissa lives in New York with him and Bugle, their Chocolate Lab.