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Camp Confidential Series

Melissa J. Morgan
Natalie, Jenna, Grace, and Alex have all found themselves at Camp Lakeview for very different reasons. Each is keeping a secret of her own. But if everyone is hiding something, how will the girls ever become friends?
Natalie's Secret #1 by Melissa J. Morgan
Topsy-Turvy #24 by Melissa J. Morgan
In It to Win It #25 by Melissa J. Morgan

Camp Confidential Series : Titles in Order

Book 25
You remember Peter, donÕt you? AveryÕs brother, Peter? You know, the actor guy . . . The one who tried to use Natalie to get to her famous actor dad? Yeah, that Peter. Well, guess whose parents are forcing him to go to the Walla Walla reunion? But thatÕs not the half of itÑturns out, Peter arrives at the reunion only to discover heÕs developing feelings for NatalieÑthe real kind this time. And the best chance he has at getting into her good graces might very well involve dressing up in a skirt and carrying pom-poms!
Book 24
It’s Topsy-Turvy Day at Camp Walla-Walla and lucky Brynn is head counselor for the day. As top banana she has the authority to do whatever she wants, so she schedules a romantic night swimming activity to squeeze in face time with her new crush, Ben. Now if only she could use her power to make Ben like her back . . .
Book 23
When Tricia Bennett, the First Daughter of the country’s first “green” president, arrives at Walla Walla, Natalie is assigned to show her the ropes. Walla Walla is going green this summer, so Tricia should fit right in. But when a national newspaper shows up on camp grounds and finds a pile of used Styrofoam containers behind the girls’ bunk, somehow Natalie gets the blame. And you’ll never believe who the culprit is!
Book 22
Camp goes Hollywood! Blind item: Which Walla-Walla camper turned movie extra has been seen canoodling with her fellow cast mate and resident set hottie? We think: Sarah and Chace! And poor Sarah?s in for a big disappointment when she finds out he?s only using her for her (supposed) insider status. Will Chase get his comeuppance? Only time will tell . . .

Book 21
The girls will do whatever it takes to stay together, even if it means going to a place called Walla-Walla. Walla-Walla is more rustic and sports-oriented than Lakeview. And the girls there are a little snootier. Especially their ringleader, Peyton, and her second-in- command – wait – is that Sarah from two summers ago? She sure looks like Sarah. And sounds like Sarah. But if she actually is Sarah, then why on earth is she acting like she’s never seen the Lakeview girls before?
Book 20
In this tearful conclusion to the series, Dr. Steve announces that the government has forced him to sell the campgrounds to the state. The girls are heartbroken?until they decide to take a stand. They gather a group and head to the state capital to protest on the camp?s behalf, replete with signs, chants, and plenty of determination. Will the girls? plan work, or will this be the last summer they?re all together?
Book 19
Alyssa finds an amethyst, a stone believed to aid in psychic awareness. Suddenly she?s interpreting dreams and making predictions, all with 100 percent accuracy. While half the camp girls are believers, the other half are skeptics, attributing the gem?s track record to coincidence. Not that Alyssa cares what anyone thinks. In fact, she?s so attached to the amethyst, she names it Amy. But when a prediction causes the bunk to miss a Phillies game?where Justin Timberlake sings?even the believers cross over to the dark side. Still, Alyssa proclaims that the chances of her giving up the amethyst are ?as likely as a snowstorm in July.? And lo and behold, the next morning the campus is carpeted in snow. Coincidence? Only Amy knows for sure . . .
Book 18
When Natalie’s dad is nominated for a Best Actor Oscar, she flies to L.A. for the week, where she plans on hanging out with Tori and also taking her to the Oscars. But when Natalie hits it off with Tori’s friend Reed, Tori feels left out and picks a giant fight, which culminates in Natalie rescinding Tori’s invitation to the Oscars and giving it to Reed instead. Cut to: Natalie and Tori and their tearful reconciliation. Unfortunately the only way for Natalie to really enjoy this happilyever- after ending is to find a replacement ticket to the Oscars!
Book 17
Brynn’s just transferred to a brand-new school in a town close by. A town in Bizarro World, that is, where academic excellence is the fast track to popularity and Candace—yes, quiet, seemingly insecure Candace—is the reigning queen bee. Brynn’s not sure how she’ll ever fit in to this parallel universe, until one day she notices Candace crumbling under the weight of some serious self-imposed stress. So Brynn takes Candace under her wing and teaches her the fine art of chilling out before she turns into a complete basket case at the tender age of thirteen.
Book 16
During Color War, Natalie buddies up to the sixth division girls and ditches her fifth division friends, who couldn’t be more immature. Then Nat inadvertently catches the attention of a sixth division boy, and without so much as a blink of an eye, she’s kicked out of the sixth division circle flat on her fifth division butt. Will Nat’s friends take her back? Sure, but first she’ll have to own up to a lot of immaturity on her part.
Book 15
Gaby’s had it with “The Chelsea Show.” So she embarks on her own attention-seeking campaign, and claims the boy on a Survivor-type TV program for teens is her brother. At first this seems like the perfect getpopular- quick scheme. That is, until the boy wins the competition and is awarded the grand prize: a trip to Australia, leaving immediately, WITH HIS ENTIRE FAMILY!!! Forget popularity—unless Gaby figures out a way to convince her bunkmates that she’s on the next flight out to Australia, she’ll never be able to show her face at Lakeview again.
Book 14
The girls go on an overnight and share horror stories around the campfire. But it’s the one about Cropsy, the creepy old man who lives just outside the campgrounds and is known for torturing Lakeview campers, that hits closest to home. Especially when Chelsea leaves the group for a bathroom break in the woods and doesn’t return after 45 minutes. No sooner do her bunkmates go after her then do they realize they’ve completely lost their way and are now at the mercy of the evil Cropsy’s whims!
Book 13
Jenna is psyched to have all of her friends up to her lake house! Greenwood Lake is so much fun, especially on Memorial Day weekend, when they have an annual county picnic and an old-fashioned carnival. The weekend is off to a perfect start . . . until Jenna’s brother invites David, her old crush and Sarah’s current boyfriend! Jenna handles the situation by trying to ignore David. But when the picnic rolls around and she and David are partnered up for the three-legged race, the sparks that fly between them are way too electric to ignore!
Book 12
Presidents’ Weekend is coming up, and Tori’s parents have invited four of her closest friends to their Tahoe home for a ski trip! No sooner have the girls booked their tickets to California than they learn that the Lakeview reunion is also scheduled for that weekend. Will the fourth years be separated for reunion weekend?
Book 11
Seventh grade is a really big year. Especially if, say, for instance, your camp crush, the one who wanted to be “just friends” has finally decided to take an interest in you—now that you’ve been flirting with someone new. That’s just Priya’s dilemma. But all the girls seem to have their own share of problems and solving them without their closest camp friends by their side is no fun at all.”
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