Spells and Sleeping Bags

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Delacorte Press, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 293 pages
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At long last, Rachel's powers have arrived and she's a bona fide get-your-broom-ready witch! And it's happened just in time. No Manhattan for her this summer—she's spending her vacation at Camp Wood Lake.

But she's having some serious issues:

Mosquitoes in the Adirondacks are incredibly thirsty.

Her stepmom keeps sending embarrassing feminine hygiene care packages.

She accidentally zapped away all her clothes.

And there's a backstabber in her cabin intent on making life miserable.

Good thing Rachel's a witch.

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User Review  - Rosa.Mill - LibraryThing

Miri and Rachel go to camp and Rachel immediately hits it off with the girls in her bunk (except Liana), enjoying time with Raf and just enjoying the summer now that she is finally a witch. Miri on ... Read full review

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User Review  - kiramoody - LibraryThing

When Rachel and her sister spend the summer at Camp Wood Lake, Rachel finds she's having a hard time controlling her new witch powers. Not only does she manage to zap her clothes away, but her cabin ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Sarah Mylnowski is the author of numerous novels, including Bras & Broomsticks and Frogs & French Kisses. She spent nine summers at sleep-away camp, where she enjoyed campfires, color wars, and conjuring up excuses to get out of swimming lessons. She now lives and writes in New York City.