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No Boys Allowed (Camp Sunnyside Friends #1)

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Paperback, 128 pages
Published May 1st 1989 by Avon Books (Mm)
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Read this books as a kid, loved the series. Would give anything to have them again.
I found this amongst some donations at work and quickly snapped it up for a re-read and later release in my new "guilty-pleasure" craze!

Yet another one of those middle-school series that bring back floods of memories.
Funny they make a pact not to talk to the boy guests at this girls' camp, but eventually they all make guy-friends!
i LOVED this series when i was younger. would love to find them again!
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This was a good one.
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