Summer Camp Race of Horror

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iUniverse, Jul 15, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 108 pages
Scott spent an enjoyable, relaxing summer last year at Camp Pioneer, but he could hardly expect the unlikely series of horrible and fascinating events that were to take place this summer, events that would change both Scott and Camp Pioneer forever. Scott's entry into the annual camp boat race was a mind-boggling lesson of a lifetime.
 

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
7
Chapter Three
16
Chapter Four
22
Chapter Five
27
Chapter Six
32
Chapter Seven
41
Chapter Eight
46
Chapter Ten
58
Chapter Eleven
63
Chapter Twelve
68
Chapter Thirteen
75
Chapter Fourteen
81
Chapter Fifteen
87
Chapter Sixteen
93
Copyright

Chapter Nine
51

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Mr. Kaye has spent past summers as a camper and later on as a camp counselor. As a Physical Education teacher and coach he has had first hand experience with kids involved in athletics. He has always had a fascination with the possibilities and discoveries science can uncover, and the idea of “what if?” that has been contemplated by the great horror and fiction writers and movie makers of the past. Mr. Kaye has had articles published in magazines and newspapers on a variety of topics, but he particularly enjoys the wonder and enthusiasm of a youthful audience.

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