Camp Rolling Hills

Camp Rolling Hills A hilarious and heartfelt series about the particular magic of summer camp a place where reinvention is possible and friends are like family from a sparkling debut talent Finally it s summer Stephani

  • Title: Camp Rolling Hills
  • Author: Stacy Davidowitz
  • ISBN: 9781419718854
  • Page: 353
  • Format: Paperback
  • A hilarious and heartfelt series about the particular magic of summer camp a place where reinvention is possible and friends are like family from a sparkling debut talent Finally, it s summer Stephanie aka Slimey has been counting the days until she can return to her favorite place in the entire world, Camp Rolling Hills And this year she s especially happy to be back sA hilarious and heartfelt series about the particular magic of summer camp a place where reinvention is possible and friends are like family from a sparkling debut talent Finally, it s summer Stephanie aka Slimey has been counting the days until she can return to her favorite place in the entire world, Camp Rolling Hills And this year she s especially happy to be back she ll have eight blissful weeks away from home, where life has been decidedly rocky New kid Bobby, on the other hand, is pretty sure he s in for the worst summer of his life He does not understand his weirdo cabinmates, the group singing, and the unfortunate nicknames including his Smelly But he does understand Slimey, and the two soon fall in crush This summer might not be so bad after all But then a fight sets off an epic, campwide, girls versus boys prank war Bunks are raided Boxer shorts are stolen And it s up to Slimey and Smelly to keep the peace Camp Rolling Hills is funny and sweet It brought me back to those amazing summer camp summers and my very first taste of young adulthood Michael Showalter, co writer of Wet Hot American Summer Stacy Davidowitz gets the magic of camp and the wonder of being twelve just right Camp Rolling Hills is both heartwarming and laugh out loud hilarious Elissa Brent Weissman, author of Nerd Camp

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    1. I loved this book smelly and slimey (no they are not actually named smelly and slimey) are so cute together. OH and they are not even the best part, the best part when the main two camps (boys vs. girls) has a battle (because of complications) and when the boys raided there cabin by pooping in there toilet, taking all there deodorant(and other stuff), and leaving a horrendous yet hilariously funny mess. and when the girls saw oh were they mad, they decided to take action and steal there underwea [...]

    2. * I received this book in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. All opinions are my own!It's Summer again and everybody is thrilled that it's time to head back to Camp Rolling Hills for another summer of sports, arts & crafts, and just general together-ness. Stephanie (a.k.a. Slimey) is pretty much leading the pack in excitement. She's pretty much recovered from her Dad passing away last summer and can't wait to be back with her bunkmates and her best friend, Melman.Meanwhile, new ca [...]

    3. I want to head to camp and meet these kids. This an amazing book! Filled with heart, fun, sun and camp shenanigans. Davidowitz has brilliantly captured the emotions that arise and interpersonal relationships that develop while at camp. Any kid would love to open this book and head to Camp Rolling Hills. Whether they have attended camp or not they will laugh, feel and maybe learn a few new ways to interact with other kids. This is the first book in a series that will surly become a favorite for y [...]

    4. My daughter loved the book! She couldn't put it down. Now other kids in the class want to read it.

    5. SO FREAKING CUTE THIS ENTIRE BOOK WAS ADORABLE. Was not planning on becoming attached to this series but welp it's gonna happen.

    6. We received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Review will also be available on yayomg when the book is released."Camp Rolling Hills" by Stacey Davidowtiz is the absolute perfect summer read for anyone who’s ever been to camp, had a crush, or felt a little insecure in their own skin."Camp Rolling Hills" captures the magic of heading off to camp for the summer. The freedom of no parents. The chance to be someone different [...]

    7. Slimey loves everything about Camp Rolling Hills, and she can’t wait to spend her summer there. Robert, aka, Smelly, is a first timer, and he would surely be at baseball camp if his parents hadn’t made him go to Rolling Hills while they try to patch up their marriage.When Slimey and Smelly meet, they are instantly attracted. Soon, they are confiding things in each other they feel they can’t tell anyone else. But after a misunderstanding at the camp dance, the boys’ cabin and the girls’ [...]

    8. Full review with teaching tools and author interview: unleashingreaders/?p=9899The crazy cast of characters are what really make this book. Oh, and the reminiscing of camp. Camp really is something that is hard to explain unless you go yourself, but Stacy Davidowitz does a great job bringing the reader into Camp Rolling Hills and all of its quirkiness. And to add to the quirkiness, the characters in the books are so much fun! They are quite the mix of personalities. From stereotypical girly-girl [...]

    9. Camp Rolling HillsBook Oneby Stacy DavidowitzABRAMS KidsAmulet PaperbacksMiddle Grade, Children’s FictionPub Date May 10, 2016I was given a copy of Camp Rolling Hills Book One through the Publisher and there partnership with Netgalley in exchange for my honest review which is as follows:It’s Slimey’s first year at Upper Camp and she is looking forward to spending it with her Soul Sister/BFF. Soon she meets a Camper she is starting to develop feelings for but another camper is interested in [...]

    10. Slimey (Stephanie) has been going to Camp Rolling Hills for years, so to her it feels like home, even though last summer was tainted by the news of her dad’s death. Smelly (Bobby) is new to camp this year, since his parents are trying to sort out their relationship at home; being the new guy with anxiety problems is even worse. Slimey and Smelly meet and develop a cute crush, which is complicated by a misunderstanding that leads to escalating pranks between the girls’ and boys’ cabins. Fil [...]

    11. For full review please go to: 5girlsbookreviews, Twitter @camartinez and Facebook "5 Girls Book Reviews"REVIEW BY: Michaela, age 11 years, 8 monthsMAY CONTAIN SPOILER:I enjoyed this book very much. The relationship between Smelly and Slimey is so nice that when you are reading the book, you feel like you are wrapped in a furry blanket. When you get to the hilarious part(s) you feel like you are actually there. My favorite character was Rick because he is soooo relaxed and the way the author desc [...]

    12. i was given a free copy of this book by the publisher at ALAtally enjoyable book for young teens about summer camp with many hijinks and friendships and learning to be yourself moments. there was one part I was actually snorting with laughter. sadly I gave the book away to a teenager before noting down the bit of dialogue that caused all the hilarity. but you can just read it for yourself and try to guess what I found so funny. I'm delighted to see there's a sequel about Melman which I will now [...]

    13. Very cute book geared for kids about 8-13 years old. It's a fun story about camp that I think most kids would enjoy. I liked the fact that the series features kids going through a variety of different issues - a child facing the aftermath of a parent's death, another with parents divorcing, one who just moved out of the country due to their parent's work situations, kids with anxiety It's nice for kids to see characters facing issues they may be dealing with on their own with those issues not ne [...]

    14. Cool book. I enjoyed the romance in the book (never really liked romance in other books) very realisticbut the kissing scenes made me get the "bag"(I didn't actually barf I just gagged a little) its funny and helps me know when problems happen I can always say, hey at least I'm not this kid. One of my favorite books with two kids at a camp (Rolling Hills) who switch each chapter and do stuff you would normally do in a camp. Overall a great book with LOL.:D

    15. Okay, so this book had great potential. The story was sweet, I liked the characters, and the setting was realistic. But a few things turned me off. First off, 12 year olds shouldn't be kissing, in my opinion. And then there were other things, too, like mentioning that one of the girls hid her lipstick in the bust of her swimsuit. Likeah, that made sense, but I still don't appreciate mentioning that. So, I might be reading the next books, but I might not. :/

    16. I didn’t like it, it was boring, she mainly in the first few chapters saying she had an ugly nose and she got a nose job (at like twelve?)

    17. Stephanie, aka Slimey, has been coming to Camp Rolling Hills for years, so even though it was the place where she learned the most horrible news of her life last year, she is still eager to return and reunite with her best friend Melman and the other girls she has known for years. Robert, who is given the unfortunate nickname of Smelly upon his arrival, is new to camp. With his parents divorcing, he has been struggling to manage his anxiety, but has come to camp without his medication in the hop [...]

    18. The riffing on the various "hills" was fun. TBH, though, this didn't remind me much of the overnight camp I attended - no color war, for example. And reading between the lines, I'm guessing the author went to Jewish camps and the one I attended was nominally kosher, with Shabbat and Havdalah services. That was missing, possibly to make the story more relatable for non-Jewish campers but (and I'm willing to admit, this might have just been me) it occasionally felt that there could have been more [...]

    19. I enjoyed this book way too much! Okay, I admit. I went into this book with low expectations, but it definitely proved me wrong! This story (There's one other book out and a third book available for pre-order.) follows two characters. Slimy (Stephanie) and Smelly (Bobby). Bobby has anxiety and Slimy's father died while she was out camp the previous year. Both of them like each other immediately. But a series of peculiar events separates them and they must find a way to put aside petty competitio [...]

    20. 3.5 stars. Charming, but I couldn't shake the feeling that some of the potentially funniest action (the escalating war? the boys following clues in a futile search for their underwear?) took place offstage.

    21. Summer camp hijinks ensue when a new boy's arrival (plus adolescent hormones) disrupt group dynamics amongst a group of old friends. This book was fun, and kids who have this sort of summer camp experience will be able to relate. It doesn't transcend its genre -- I wouldn't recommend it to adults.

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