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Camp Can't: The Complicated Life of Claudia Cristina Cortez (Claudia Cristina Cortez)

4.1 of 5 stars 4.10  ·  rating details  ·  21 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Claudia is really looking forward to camp this year, even though she has to watch her annoying neighbor on the bus ride. She s got it all planned out. Claudia knows exactly how she ll impress the camp staff so she ll be asked to be a junior counselor. But the second she gets to her cabin, things start going wrong."
Hardcover, 81 pages
Published September 1st 2007 by Stone Arch Books (first published August 1st 2007)
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Mayte Rivera
this book is a mice book and its funny. you learn new things about Claudia and she is funny the things she says. this is good funny book and i do recommend this book to people.
This was a cute book, good for upper elementary, through 5th grade or so. I liked how it was pretty realistic about how the heroine reacted to bullies or mean girls--basically let them get away with things. The format was a little Wimpy-Kid-esque, which the kids probably will like but I got tired of the random boldface. One thing that seemed odd was that at the camp described, kids were not allowed to leave their cabins, even to use the bathroom, between lights out and reveille. What are they su...more
Feb 21, 2012 Beth rated it 3 of 5 stars
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This is a great high-interest, low reading level book for my students in fifth grade. Lot's of little drawings to help with comprehension. Not the deepest story ever, but good enough. I was annoyed by the bold-face print and font changes, but my students do that kind of thing all the time, so they think it is completely normal.
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Diana G. Gallagher is an American author who writes books for children and young adults based on television series. She has contributed to book series based on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Sabrina the Teenage Witch and Charmed, among others.

Born in 1946, in Paterson, New Jersey, she now lives in Florida with her husband, the writer Martin Burke. She sometimes also writes under the name Diana Burke.

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