Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Book Review - SUMMER CAMP TROUBLE by Max Elliot Anderson
Another accidental adventure of Kurt Benson and his two best friends, Riley and Jordan! Kurt and his friends are off to a week at Camp Decorah.
Jordan liked it best when the camp only allowed church kids. Now almost anyone could come, and it seems like the nonchurch kids are always causing trouble. But then, Jordan worries about a lot of things.
Their youth leaders reminds them that the kids that go might never experience the love of God at home, so the camp is good for them. Besides, these guys can't afford to go to the camp without scholarships the camp gives out.
When they get to the camp, they find that one rich kid might cause more trouble than all the poor kids put together. Is there any hope for him? The rich kid, Rudy, arrives in a helicopter and chooses his cabin-mates with promises of lots of candy and other fun stuff. Rudy also seems bound to ruin the camp for Kurt and his buddies.
Instead of a fun week, this could turn out to be the worst of their lives.
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I received a free copy of this book from the author in return for an honest review.