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Spells & Sleeping Bags by Sarah Mlynowski
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Sep 27, 2009

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Read in September, 2009 , read count: 1x

Rachel Weinstein has powers! Finally! And she's growing boobs! Err, a boob. Whatever. She's finally catching up to her younger sister. (How bazzackwards does that sound?)

In this third installment of the Magin in Manhattan series, Rachel and Miri are sent to Camp Wood Lake for the summer. While Rachel is making friends with all the girls that share her bunk, Miri is having trouble fitting in. Rachel is desperately seeking the attention of Raf, but every time they're justabouttokiss something dramatic happens. A flying soccer ball! Bee stings! (Yikes. I would just give up. :P) Anyway, Miri is feeling awfully alone without the company of her older sister, so she makes buddies with Rachel's mortal enemy--Liana, the annoyingly gorgeous girl from the bunk over. It's not just Rachel's sister that's turning over to the enemy side, though; it's all of Rachel's friends. It seems like Liana is betwitching them? Sucks for Rachel because Liana does not appear to like her and is doing anything in her power to make Rachel's time at camp a living hell. To see if Rachel's underdeveloped powers can save her from the predicament she's in at camp, read Spells & Sleeping Bags!
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