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Jenna's Dilemma (2005)

Jenna's Dilemma (2005)

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Jenna's Dilemma doesn't miss a beat, welcoming us back into Bunk 3C at Lakeview Camp. This time we are one Jenna's journey through camp. Jenna has her own light, being known as the camp prankster, having pulled pranks literally every summer. This year it is more important than ever for Jenna to prove her individuality. Jenna finds herself becoming angry and upset at her constant siblings' "intrusions" and pressence in her camp life. Her sister is friends wither her counselor and Jenna is paired with her brother for their extra activity in photography. No matter how hard she tries she just can't seem to get away from there. Meanwhile, time is quickly approaching the yearly Camp Social Dance. Chosen to be on the planning committee, Jenna sees this as an opportunity to finally be happy this year. Unfortunately, she finds herself still upset and plans a prank that can end very badly for her. Melissa J. Morgan's second installment in her Camp Confidential series is just as much fun as the first. Jenna is a witty, fun and sneaky character, with heart and soul. While Jenna is more concerned about having fun this summer, learning how to swim to the next level and pulling pranks, her bunk mates and every other camper seems to be more concerned about getting a date for the Camp Social.You know from the very beginning that Jenna has something brewing inside her, and you pretty much guess right away what is going on with her. But that is not the point of this novel. You get to see Jenna change over the summer, learning how to come to terms with some things that she cannot control. Even more so, Jenna's friends remain by her side even after she risks loosing them all. Jenna's Dilemma is written in a fun and easy manner, making this a very quick read. Melissa J. Morgan has once again made summer camping fun and thrilling. She has wonderfully created characters that you want to get to know more, wanting to know what happens to them after we leave them and even when they go home at the end of the summer. Knowing that this happens further into the series, I cannot wait to continue reading more about the girls of Bunk 3C and watching them grow as individuals and as friends.

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My Personal EssaytSisters should never try to overshadow each other because it may lead to a life long distance and you don’t want that.tOvershadowing may lead to arguments and fighting. For example, at thanks giving dinner my uncles were asking Arrielle and I about our future careers. Every time I said something she would try to add something to hers making it sound better than mines. Of course Arrielle kept on going with her uninteresting career and blahh, blahh, blahh.tJust like on thanks giving Arrielle thought she was so much cooler than me when Arrielle was drawing Herminie from Harry Potter and I kept on trying to make a dog that looked better than a life like picture of Herminie. I was really angry that day because my mommy ended up framing Herminie, but where’s my doggy at? Well, that’s a good question how about we ask the garbage man. As a matter of fact we still have old Herminie, hanging up in our kitchen, but she couldn’t hang up my doggy even if she thought it was ugly come on I was six.tThen, there was a time when I got mad at my parents because they bought Arrielle a new coat and not me. And remind you I really wanted that coat; Arrielle didn’t even like it she just wanted to keep it because she knew I wanted it. She even said it. TO MY FACE! How rude.Moreover, I feel that sisters should not try to overshadow each other. Overshadowing can make you not even want to talk to the person nor live with them. Distancing your self from your own brother or sister is really sad and you wouldn’t want it.tSisters should not try to overshadow one another because it may lead to any of my experiences.

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