Date Him or Dump Him? The Campfire Crush: A Choose Your Boyfriend Book
Last summer, you were just another camper at Camp Butterfield. But this year, everything's different because you're finally a junior counselor! There is so much to look forward to, like having your pick of cabins and bonding with your young campers, not to mention A LOT of cute guys. But besides the prospect of pairing up with your crush for lifeguard training, or flirting with another counselor on a white-water rafting trip, there are snakes to get rid of, poison ivy to avoid, and plenty of trails to follow--all leading to love . . . you hope!
If you've ever wondered "What if..." when it comes to boys and dating, DATE HIM OR DUMP HIM is a fun, interactive series that lets you navigate the ups and downs of the dating scene. Maybe you'll get the guy, maybe you won't--or maybe you'll decide you don't want him after all. And remember: with more than twenty possible endings, if he's not the boy of your dreams, you can always go back and choose another one!
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Reviewed by Taylor Rector for TeensReadToo.com
The reader is the main character in this choose-your-own-ending novel!You are a junior camp counselor trying to decide who to go to the dances and parties with. There are a lot of different ways that you can read this book, because there are over twenty endings! So that keeps you interested, and if you don't like how things turn out, you can go back and change it.
It's like you help write the story!
There wasn't as much romance as I would have liked for the book, and some scenes seem a little immature, but this would be the perfect book for a younger teen.
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Reviewed by Taylor Rector for TeensReadToo.com The reader is the main character in this choose-your-own-ending novel! You are a junior camp counselor trying to decide who to go to the dances and ... Read full review