Agnes Parker... Happy Camper?

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Dial Books, Apr 21, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 160 pages
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The first thing Agnes and her best friend Prejean learn at science camp is that they won't be sharing the same cabin. Being apart gives Agnes a different perspective, and a few worries, about what others think of her longtime friend. Everyone seems to be going on and on about how beautiful Prejean is. A beauty queen? What if Prejean starts acting like one?
Soil studies, camp pranks, and a weird bunkmate all play a role in this funny, insightful story of the everyday casualties and payoffs of growing up.
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In this book the character change in their personality. Read full review

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A great book for girls who want and need a step up from Judy Moody. It is a good story about how friendships change. Read full review


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Kathleen O'Dell and her husband live with their sons in Glendale, California.
Kathleen O'Dell was named a "Publisher Weekly "Flying Start author for "Agnes Parker . . . Girl in Progress," about which "VOYA "proclaimed, "O'Dell creates some of the liveliest characters in recent young adult fiction."

"From the Hardcover edition.