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When I was a kid at grade school, there would be assemblies showing different day camps with horseback riding, fun around the camp fire, etc.
I'd go home pumped wanting to go to summer camp, and to my dismay, my folks said - NO WAY - Wasn't the money - My 1st generation Greek American parents didn't want their kid to go somewhere they didn't know - So I have no first hand experience with going to Summer Camp - at least sleepover Summer Camp.
Apparently Shane Andrews does. His parents ship him off to Summer Camp each summer, and then strike out to do their own vacation adventure.
Usually they pick a camp for him - this year they promise it will be his choice where to spend these weeks.
Looking at all the brochures before him, he picks the one camp that sounds so off the wall - all activities will be held at night, etc. He chooses this camp hoping his parents will be freaked out by the camp's strangeness.
But NO! They are cool with it and drop him off at the designated place.
The 'camp' is a castle! The 'counselors' are nice, but really strange. All activities are indeed done at night time and for those who object to having to go to bed before dawn are looked at directly in the eyes and zap! they fall asleep!
Something is happening here!
Shane and his cousin, and new friend, Nicole, soon think the camp is run by vampires! They think the campers are meant to be 'lunch'!
Therein lies the understory of the book - does being different mean being evil, or bad?
Night Camp is a really cute book with a message that won't hit you over the head.Read more ›
The plot is well thought out and not too scary. I'd recommend this for the middle school set and a bit younger. Vampires and a wild imagination make for a fun adventure and wild ride at Night Camp.
This book really held my son's interest. What more could you ask for - spooky castles, caves, mysterious camp counselors, cute girls, dungeons, bats, and adventure.
I asked my son to provide his own review of the book. Here are his insights:
10 out of 10
A great kids book
I can't wait until she finishes Knight Camp (Me again: I have no idea if L.C. Evans is writing `Knight Camp' but my son would sure like her to.)
Great book. Thank you Ms. Evans!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
(cross posted from the blog Wading Through Electronic Ink)
In Night Camp, Shane's parents are forcing him to go to summer camp, and in retaliation, he insists upon going... Read more
Cross-posted from Papyrus Independent Author Reviews: ([...])
Shane finds himself faced with the prospect of attending summer camp again. Read more
I bought my son a copy of the paperback. This is his review:
"'Night Camp' was an overall very enjoyable book. It had its down points but its up points outnumbered them. Read more
This is an excellent book. A dear friend was kind enough to let me borrow it before a 4 day weekend taking care of 2 kids (8 and 11). Read morePublished on February 8, 2010 by Lindsay M. Kozel
Night Camp is a wonderful adventure story aimed at 9-12-year-olds, but even though I'm an adult I thoroughly enjoyed this young adventure tale. Read morePublished on October 22, 2009 by Rai Aren
Night Camp is a fun, YA book that people of all age can enjoy. It's the story of Shane, a boy who attempts to rebel against his parents annual practice of dumping at summer camp... Read morePublished on June 14, 2009 by GB Banks (publisher, author)
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