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Amelia Bedelia makes a splash by Herman Parish ; pictures by Lynne Avril.

By: Parish, Herman [author.].
Contributor(s): Avril, Lynne, 1951- [illustrator.].
Series: Parish, Herman. Amelia Bedelia chapter books: #11.Edition: First edition.Description: 145 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9780062658401; 0062658409; 9780062658395; 0062658395.Subject(s): Amelia-Bedelia (Fictitious character) -- Juvenile fiction | Summer -- Juvenile fiction | Camps -- Juvenile fiction | Competition (Psychology) in children -- Juvenile fiction | Summer -- Fiction | Camps -- Fiction | Humorous storiesGenre/Form: Humorous fiction. | Humorous fiction. | Fiction. | Humorous fiction. | Juvenile works.DDC classification: [Fic]
Contents:
Chapter 1: Reflections in a Bus Window -- Chapter 2: Sleep Far Away Camp -- Chapter 3: Homesick Meets Home Sick -- Chapter 4: You Are Here No Kidding -- Chapter 5 : Star Struck 50 -- Chapter 6: "Are We Still on Earth?" -- Chapter 7: Fire, When Ready.
Summary: Amelia has big plans for her summer, until her mom signs her up for sleep-away camp. The all-girls camp is old-fashioned and can't compete with the high-tech computer camp across the lake, where her cousin Jason is spending his summer. As summer really kicks off, the two camps begin to interact with one another and figure out that they're all happier when they learn to live and learn together.
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Chapter 1: Reflections in a Bus Window -- Chapter 2: Sleep Far Away Camp -- Chapter 3: Homesick Meets Home Sick -- Chapter 4: You Are Here No Kidding -- Chapter 5 : Star Struck 50 -- Chapter 6: "Are We Still on Earth?" -- Chapter 7: Fire, When Ready.

Amelia has big plans for her summer, until her mom signs her up for sleep-away camp. The all-girls camp is old-fashioned and can't compete with the high-tech computer camp across the lake, where her cousin Jason is spending his summer. As summer really kicks off, the two camps begin to interact with one another and figure out that they're all happier when they learn to live and learn together.

Ages 6-10.

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