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Letters from camp

Title: Letters from camp
By: Kate Klise

When three sets of brothers and sisters set foot at Camp Happy Harmony in Missouri, little do they realize that there’s more going on there than meets the eye. The camp is run by six siblings who, at one point, were a famous singing group— The Harmony Family Singers. At first, Charlotte, Charlie, Mimi, Ivan, Barbie Q, and Brisket are too busy fighting to notice that the Harmony siblings also are fighting with each other. Soon, though, the kids begin to realize something is terribly wrong at Camp Happy Harmony. There are strange chores, potentially poisonous food, cringe-worthy songs, incredibly bad fashion choices, and the murder plot of the camp postmaster. Can the kids stop fighting long enough to find out what’s really happening?

Told through letters, postcards, pictures and transcripts, Letters from Camp is a story about how important—or not important—your family can turn out to be. Welcome to Camp Happy Harmony !

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Posted by pughc on April 3, 2014 at 9:37 a.m.


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