Tuesday, January 8, 2008

title: There's a Bat in Bunk Five

author: Paula Danziger

Marcy, a little girl is going to a summer camp. Marcy wants to become a CIT at camp. Marcy meets a boy, his name is Ted. Marcy and Ted are going on a date to the movies, dinner, and WoodStock. They go back to the camp and got their first kiss for the first time. Marcy wants to be a writer. Marcy meets a girl, her name was Corrine. Corrine is a very nice girl. Marcy and Corrine are very good friends. One day Marcy meets another girl in the camp The girl's name was Ginger. One day Ginger ran away because everyone was being mean to her at the camp. Marcy said to Corrine that Ginger had twenty dollars in her room. Marcy ran to the room and ran back again and yelled to Corrine that the twenty dollars was gone. Ted went to go find Ginger. Ted found Ginger at WoodStock waiting for a bus. Marcy and Corrine are happy that Ted found her. Ginger was being mean to Ted because he was going to call her parents to come and pick her up. Later at camp Marcy and Ted are getting ready for the fair. Marcy and Corrine are in charge of the cotton-candy. At the fair there are going to be games to play. The games are basketball and a dunking booth. Marcy and Corrine are going to clean up the fair. At the last day of camp all the CIT and the children can't wait for the next year and summer.

Thank you,


Anonymous said...

Great job Jenna. This sounds like a great book. Keep up the good work.


Anonymous said...

Well, this book definitely sounds like a camp story book, but where does the bat come into the picture?
This wonderfully written review has me wanting to read some MORE !!
Keep plugging away Jen !!

Anonymous said...

Jenna was very excited about her story she read. I'm very proud of her story too. Can't wait for the next one.
Jackie L.

Anonymous said...

good job, Jenna, you did a fantastic job. I cannot wait to read this book.

Mrs. D. said...

I can't wait to read this book. Keep reading and writing. Wonderful work! Mrs. D.

Anonymous said...

Great job Jenna. I can't wait to read the next review you write. Keep up the good work.