Twelve-year-old Henni offers a fast, funny, action-filled account of a camping trip that no one will forget.
The friends and neighbors of Stella Street have found the perfect camping spot–miles of forest all around, a grassy clearing, and a swift-moving stream with a lovely swimming hole. Three moms, three dads, one older neighbor, five kids, and one blissed-out dog explore, build camp fires, and skinny-dip. It’s the kind of magical place where nothing bad could possibly happen. Well, except for the shady loggers who try to poach some valuable old-growth trees. And the juvenile delinquent who follows them from the city and steals their food. And a horrendous storm that washes out the road they drove in on. And the very pregnant mom’s chilling announcement: “I think it’s time. . . .”
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Published June 12, 2001
by Knopf Books for Young Readers.
Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction.