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Lunch Lady and the Summer Camp Shakedown: Lunch Lady #4 Paperback – May 11, 2010
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are abundant illustrations, she likes the story and is proud to be able to read it herself.
Once they arrive there and get off the bus, they feel more confident. They are greeted by the camp's new director and several friendly counselors, as well as two surprising yet familiar faces --- Lunch Lady and Betty --- who are working as cooks at the camp. Later that night, around the open campfire, their fears return after one of the counselors warns them about the terrible swamp monster that "lives at the bottom of the pond...with legs the size of tree trunks and fangs as sharp as knives." The director assures the campers that the swamp monster is just a myth, but rumors run rampant after one of the new and popular counselors is attacked.
Following the attack, the kids' camp experience goes from lame to lamer. The new director places waterfront activities off-limits, the camp dance is called off, and cabin wars are cancelled. With most of the fun activities out of the picture, boredom sets in quickly.
Late one night, for some excitement, Dee, Hector and Terrence sneak out of their cabins and meet up for a midnight snack. Their ice cream raid gets interrupted by an unwelcome visitor who frightens them and destroys the mess hall. But nobody messes with the Lunch Lady's kitchen! Lunch Lady is more than grilled cheese and ice cream sandwiches, and vows to get to the bottom of the swamp monster.Read more ›
Oh and the bully is hilarious and probably in need of a spinoff.
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My 7 years old loves reading lunch ladies' books.
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My granddaughter loves these books. They're an easy read so she goes through them very quickly.Published 18 months ago by Sandra J.
very great book to read. My child can't wait until I get more of the lunch lady books.Published on July 22, 2014 by Sugarbugluv
when i first saw it i thought oh this is boring but sense i had nothing else to to i read it and i loved itPublished on June 23, 2014 by Turquoise13
My daughter is 8 1/2 and couldn't put this book down. Great and easy read. Highly suggested. This is part of a series but you don't have to read the books sequentially.Published on April 29, 2014 by S. Yevoli