Too Close For Comfort (The Amazing Days of Abby Hayes, #11)
Enlarge cover
Rate this book
Clear rating

Too Close For Comfort (The Amazing Days of Abby Hayes #11)

3.92 of 5 stars 3.92  ·  rating details  ·  570 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Abby Hayes is an ordinary fifth grader trying to invent a role for herself in a seemingly perfect world. This series combines the edge of BRIDGET JONES with a send-up of self-help books.

Abby's family is going camping, and Abby is allowed to bring a friend. But who? Abby's best friend Jessica has moved away -- so Abby decides to invite Hannah, a new girl in town. Then she i
Paperback, 128 pages
Published July 1st 2003 by Scholastic Paperbacks
more details... edit details

Friend Reviews

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Community Reviews

(showing 1-30 of 820)
filter  |  sort: default (?)  |  rating details
Sometimes you don't even know how you should invite when the parent allow you to have friends for the camp. You don't want ot invite your best friend maybe because s/he is annoying or other reasons. This exactly what Abby is dealing in this book. She's so excited of the camp as a family but neverous who to invite. However, the mood of Abby changed when she met a new friend Hannah during July 4 when the family is on pinic. Eventually they made friend and Abby knows what she's going to do for the...more
Amanda Kerfeld
Too Close for Comfort is a book about a girl who goes on a camping trip with her family. Her family tells her that she can invite a friend to come with but her best friend had just moved away. She decides to invite the new girl at the school and at first regrets her decision. They end up working together. This book is good for upper elementary because it could relate to a lot of upper elementary students who are having to make new friends.
This book talks about how the Hayes family go on a trip to the woods and they decide to go hiking and everything. During that trip they get lost while they went hiking and all of them got really scared and they did not know what to do but it actually got all of them working together. I think that something that looks bad may not always be as bad. I recommend this book to everyone.
abby invited hannah to come on a camping trip and it was fun.
s o n n a
she kind does have an embarrassing family... like me!!!!
My childhood right here
Lauren Tong
this was a really good book!
This is a very good book
Mystery liked this.
Nov 11, 2008 pinky added it
Alexis Grissom-pack
Alexis Grissom-pack marked it as to-read
Jul 17, 2014
Samantha Argonza
Samantha Argonza marked it as to-read
Jul 13, 2014
Lissy added it
Jul 11, 2014
Cassius marked it as to-read
Jul 11, 2014
Guen marked it as to-read
Jul 09, 2014
Hana added it
Jul 07, 2014
Kara added it
Jul 02, 2014
« previous 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 27 28 next »
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Be the first to start one »
  • The All-New Amelia (Amelia's Notebooks, #7)
  • Needle and Thread (Main Street, #2)
  • Pearl The Cloud Fairy (Rainbow Magic, #10; Weather Fairies, #3)
  • Out to Lunch (Katie Kazoo, Switcheroo, #2)
  • Boy, Oh Boy! (From the Files of Madison Finn, #2)
  • The Great Scavenger Hunt (Beacon Street Girls, #15)
  • The Littles And The Lost Children
  • Shadow (The Puppy Place, #3)
Quite a lot of Anne Mazer’s writing education took place while she was unconscious. Her parents wanted desperately to become writers and made themselves get up at 4:00 a.m. Every morning in order to have writing time before their three young children awoke. The first thing Anne heard every day was two big, noisy electric typewriters. The furious sound of typing was her childhood wake-up music. Dur...more
More about Anne Mazer...
Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining (The Amazing Days of Abby Hayes, #1) The Declaration Of Independence (The Amazing Days of Abby Hayes, #2) The Pen Is Mightier Than The Sword (The Amazing Days of Abby Hayes, #6) Reach For The Stars (The Amazing Days of Abby Hayes, #3) Look Before You Leap (The Amazing Days of Abby Hayes, #5)

Share This Book