Letters from Camp by Kate Klise
(Avon Camelot Books)

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The brother-sister pairs who arrive for the first season at Camp Happy Harmony are almost too busy fighting with each other to notice how strange the camp really is. But their tune changes as they take in the bizarre songs and uniforms, the chores they're expected to perform(like renovating buildings and cleaning septic lines), and the vile and potentially poisonous food served in the Wisteria Cafeteria. For people who claim to repair disharmonious sibling relationships, the Harmony family singers-six over-the-hill entertainers-seem far too busy arguing among themselves to do much good for the campers. Oh, and meanwhile, someone is trying to murder camp postmaster Lyle Splink, the only normal adult around.

For their own protection, the campers must put aside their sibling discord long enough to solve a diabolically amusing mystery and bring the villainous Harmonys to justice. Told in letters, secret notes, postcards and witty illustrations, Letters From Camp is a hilarious romp through a summer camp run amok.

 

About Kate Klise

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As a correspondent for People magazine, Kate Klise covered everything from celebrity scandals to serial killers. After writing several bestselling children's books, Kate decided to write In the Bag, her first novel for adults, when she found a note from a fellow passenger in her carry-on bag.
 
Published June 8, 1999 by HarperCollins. 192 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Anyone who has been to summer camp will delight in this wild spoof of camp life told entirely in letters, memos, and whimsical illustrations, in a format similar to the Klises’ Regarding the Fountain (1998).

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The premise is clever: Camp Happy Harmony, run by the six Harmony Family Singers, accepts siblings who constantly fight and turns them into happy brother-sister pairs.

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