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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User Review  - valentinad - LibraryThing

This book was such an adventure it was filled with interesting characters and activities I actually felt like if I was Agnes I could feel her emotions and everything this is such a fun book I love this book and I recommend it. You will probably enjoy this book a lot! Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A month at science camp become much more than studying the soil and casting animal footprints when Agnes Parker and her friend Prejean are separated into two very different cabins. In this sequel to ... 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.