Alexis and the Arizona Escapade

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Barbour Publishing, Sep 1, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 160 pages
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What happens when six girls end up in the not only in the same cabin at summer camp, but are quickly embroiled in intrigue? They form a super sleuth ring and call themselves the Camp Club Girls. Each girl uses her special skills—analyzing, spiritual insight, gadgetry, physical skills, research—to help the whole team stump adversaries and master the mysteries they encounter. Join the Camp Club Girls as they find hidden jewels, destroy terrorist plots, uncover intrigue, rescue their friends, and so much more. It’s adventure with a capital A! Your favorite girl will love this exciting new series!


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Review: Alexis and the Arizona Escapade - Erica Rodgers - September 2010 The old nursery rhyme "London Bridge is falling down, falling down" comes to mind when you turn the pages of the latest Camp ... Read full review

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Erica Rodgers lives outside of Nashville, Tennessee, with her husband and two
children. She loves reading, singing in front of her bathroom mirror, and being outside. She currently writes juvenile and young adult fiction.

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