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Camp Creepy

By Kiersten White
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Publisher Description

The third book in the middle-grade series that's part Scooby-Doo, part A Series of Unfortunate Events, and entirely genius! Follow the Sinister-Winterbottoms on their most outrageous adventure yet, when they find themselves at a normal summer camp!

After leaving the Sanguine Spa in pursuit of Edgaren't, the kids find themselves at a mysterious summer camp, Camp Creek. There are lake games and happy counselors, and there's even a tie-dye cabin. It's all very . . . normal.

But if Theo and Alexander know one thing, it's that normal doesn't always mean good. When everyone around her starts acting strange, Theo wonders if maybe the fumes from the tie-dye cabin are seeping into their brains, and she resolves to investigate what's really going on at Camp Creek.   

The third book in #1 New York Times bestselling author Kiersten White's Sinister Summer series continues the adventures of the Sinister-Winterbottoms and their aunt, who never saw a discount vacation destination she didn’t love.

12 Reviews

Beaming Face with Smiling Eyes“I just really love this series so much. It's mysterious and funny and fast-paced while still having really well-fleshed-out and likeable characters with so much depth and such clear motivations for their actions. I love how diverse the characters are and how so many kinds of being neurodivergent are represented in such a realistic way and in a way where it's totally normal that different people have brains that work differently from each other's and there's nothing wrong with that. Honestly, I can relate to both Alexander's anxiety and Theo's ADHD. And I really like how the books acknowledge that there are things that are harder because of the way your brain works and things that are easier while really showcasing the strengths that the characters have from the ways they are neurodivergent. Plus, I love all the classic horror references and puns throughout. And I really love Wil's character. I'm glad we're getting more of her as the series goes on.”
Characters change and growDiverse charactersLikable charactersMulti-layered charactersEasy to readFunny writingAddictiveFast-pacedSuspensefulImmersive setting
“It is creepy and cool. Owen loved it but apparently can’t remember one thing that happened in it”

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