How to Survive Summer Camp

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Oxford University Press, 1999 - Camp - 168 pages
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Stella is determined not to enjoy her summer at holiday camp but finds herself making friends, getting into trouble, and generally having more of a good time than she expected. A new cover for this best-selling book which continues to delight readers everywhere. * Jacqueline Wilson is one of the UK's top three bestselling children's authors and has won many prizes and reached phenomenal sales levels * Funky new cover by up-and-coming artist, Melanie Williamson
 

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A brilliant summer time book

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I like most Jacqueline Wilson books, but this one, I personally thought, didn't have a good story to it.
I stopped reading this, and then read Girls In Tears, and looked down on this book for it's
low expectations. Read it for yourself you may find it much better - Daize www.miss-gossip.webs.com 

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
14
Chapter Three
25
Chapter Four
38
Chapter Five
47
Chapter Six
58
Chapter Seven
68
Chapter Eight
80
Chapter Nine
91
Chapter Ten
99
Chapter Eleven
109
Chapter Twelve
121
Chapter Thirteen
131
Chapter Fourteen
142
Chapter Fifteen
151
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About the author (1999)

Jacqueline Wilson has been winner of the Children's Book Award (twice), the Smarties Prize, and many others. Author of best-selling titles like Double Act, Girls Out Late, The Suitcase Kid and many, many more.

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