Mother-daughter Book Camp

Mother-daughter Book Camp

Book - 2016
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Emma, Jess, Megan, Becca, and Cassidy go to Camp Lovejoy in New Hampshire to serve as counselors and when some of the young campers are stricken with homesickness, the friends decide to start a summer camp book club.
Publisher: New York :, Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers,, [2016]
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ♭2016
ISBN: 9781442471832
1442471832
Characteristics: 321 pages

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glenda168
Jul 21, 2018

Hurray! I have finally completed the Mother-Daughter Book Club series. This was the last book that I had to read. It was hilarious, and tragic too. I really hated the part where the author mentioned that Emma and Stewart are no longer together because Stewart found a new girlfriend. This book was one of the best because it was talking about all the young campers overcoming their homesickness, and having courage to do things. One part that I really liked was when the five book club friends were getting revenge on the Pinewood boys, for stealing their bell. The girls stole the boy's toilets, and the head counselor was even into this plan. It was really fun because the boys came back with the bell and pleaded for mercy. Camp Lovejoy was truly a great bonding experience for both the counselors and the campers. I would definitely recommend all to read this book, and have fun with the characters along the way.

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msmithivas1
Jun 30, 2018

This book is amazing along with the rest of the series. No matter how many times i read it i find something interesting and new. You should definitely read it and the rest of the series. They are soooooooooooooooooo good.

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hannahyan1
Aug 02, 2017

So I read this book. it was absolutely BORING. I seriously don't like Emma Hawthorne anymore since after this book. but seriously, I used to like Emma Hawthorne a lot, because I was kind of like her. those girls in this book were just going camping and being counsellors for a little kid camp.

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red_sheep_101
Mar 31, 2017

For me personally, this book was my least favorite (the worst, basically) of the whole Mother-Daughter Book Club series. It was kind of disappointing. And I agree with the third-to-last comment about Emma.

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silverskates
Oct 26, 2016

WARNING, NEXT COMMENT HAS SPOILERS WARNING WARNING, NEXT COMMENT HAS SPOILERS WARNING WARNING, NEXT COMMENT HAS SPOILERS WARNING WARNING, NEXT COMMENT HAS SPOILERS WARNING WARNING, NEXT COMMENT HAS SPOILERS WARNING WARNING, NEXT COMMENT HAS SPOILERS WARNING

sarag1 Jul 28, 2016

Right. So I read this. Yay me. I finished the series. Awesome.

Aaaaaaaaaaactually... No. Not really that awesome. I mean, it's been really nice to have a nice little tie-up for the story. Conclusion and everything. But I gotta say this:

I. Officially. Cannot. Stand. Emma. Hawthorn.
Honestly. In the first few books she was my favorite, the one I could most relate to. Now she's a crybaby with parents that are way nicer and friends that respect her way more than they should. Every human should be respected, but Emma just can't be. There is nothing to respect in her, except maybe the fact that she reads a lot. That's cool. Otherwise she's a sob spoiled brat who is desperate for her boyfriend who is simply too smart to bother with her. Seriously. She nauseates me. She reminds me of a Harry Potter scene (HP and the Deathly Hallows) :

"It is time you learned some respect!" -Rufus Scrimgeour
"It's time you earned it." -Harry Potter.

I feel like Harry would give Emma such a good talking-to. I wish he had. Oh well.

So that's Emma, who went from my favorite to my worst.

Then there is Becca.
She used to be my worst character. Duh. She's mean. She bullies. But by this book, she is mature and understanding and responsible. She's slightly boring in that she is very very perfect, but she's NICE. And can stand up for herself. She doesn't need a boyfriend to keep herself sane.

So that's Becca, who goes from my worst to my favorite.

And then Megan:
So Megan is just bleh. That's the only word I can think of to describe her. Her life is so perfect. Perfect guy, perfect friends, perfect parents, perfect personality, perfect talent, perfect job. Ich. Ich ich ich ich. As I said before: bleh.

So that's Megan, who went from cool to bleh.

Then Jess.
OK, so for me Jess hasn't changed that much. For the entire series she's remained sometime in the middle. Never my favorite, but definitely never my worst. She stands up for her friends, she's talented, she's kind. And it's fun to see her with Darcy. Fluff is so much fun. But she's still annoying. There isn't really anything specific. She just is.

So that's Jess, who went from eh to eh.

And then Cassidy.
So Cassidy also transformed a lot throughout the series. She goes from fun but obnoxious and tomboyish to fun but obnoxious but understanding and tomboyish to fun, less obnoxious, understanding, and still pretty tomboyish but with a boyfriend. But then this is where she stops getting better and starts getting worse, cuz the git doesn't understand that Tristan is good for her and Zack causes girls to have Zack Attacks and so is someone who makes me want to throw up. And she just in general stops getting better. In the beginning she's constantly improving, then all of a sudden there is a standstill and she's doing nothing.

So that's a pretty comprehensive character analysis, I think.

Read the book at your own risk.

blue_dolphin_8385 May 26, 2016

I've read all the books in the series there really good can't wait to read this one.

love every single book in this series and can't wait to read this one!

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