Brain Camp

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Macmillan, Aug 3, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 151 pages

Neither artistic, dreamy Jenna nor surly, delinquent Lucas expected to find themselves at an invitation-only summer camp that turns problem children into prodigies. And yet, here they both are at Camp Fielding, settling in with all the other losers and misfits who've been shipped off by their parents in a last-ditch effort to produce a child worth bragging about.

But strange disappearances, spooky lights in the woods, and a chilling alteration that turns the dimmest, rowdiest campers into docile zombie Einsteins have Jenna and Lucas feeling more than a little suspicious . . . and a lot afraid.


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User Review  - bluepigeon - LibraryThing

Brain Camp is a fun, short graphic novel. It is fast paced, and the story moves well with some great pacing , a panels with dialog and without are well done throughout. The art work, dialog, and story ... Read full review

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User Review  - LibraryGirl11 - LibraryThing

Very far-fetched, but a good story nonetheless. Jenna and Lucas are underachievers sent to Camp Fielding, a camp that purports to turn losers into brilliant students. In reality, it's a breeding ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Susan Kim has written for more than three dozen children's TV series. This is her second graphic novel. Her first, also written with Mr. Klavan, was First Second's City of Spies. Laurence Klavan has published two mystery novels. Mr. Klavan and Ms. Kim both live in New York City. Faith Erin Hicks is the author and artist of Zombies Calling and The War at Ellsmere. She lives in Nova Scotia.

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