Campfire Mallory by Laurie B Friedman

By Laurie B Friedman

It truly is summertime and the want Pond street gang is on the point of visit Camp Blue Lake. Mallory's no longer so yes she desires to cross. What if she will get homesick or not one of the different young children like her? Her most sensible neighbors, Mary Ann and Joey, persuade her how enjoyable it will likely be to head swimming, boating, and roast marshmallows over a campfire. but if Mallory arrives at camp, not anything is going as deliberate. Will Mallory ever have the option to be a cheerful camper?

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Taylor takes a pack of bubble gum out of her backpack and gives Mary Ann and me a piece. She pops two pieces into her own mouth. ” Mary Ann answers for us. ” says Taylor. Then she blows a bubble. Mary Ann and I watch as it gets bigger and bigger. When it gets really big, Taylor takes it out of her mouth and puts it on her finger. She holds it up high so everyone sitting around us can see it. Joey whistles when he sees it. “Wow! Wow! ” says Mary Ann. Taylor laughs. ” Mary Ann puts her arm around me.

But I can’t help thinking that if I’d been in the same bunk as Mary Ann and Taylor, I wouldn’t have met her and I definitely wouldn’t be carrying her pillow and her tennis racket and her board games. “I brought a lot,” she says like she can tell what I’m thinking. “My mom says I take 57 too much stuff wherever I go, but that’s me. I’m a stuff lover. I’m also a green lover. ” I look down at the green pillow and bear I’m carrying. Carine’s not kidding about liking green. “My favorite color is purple,” I tell her.

When we get there, two counselors are waiting. Jolie, from the bus, is there with her guitar. The other counselor has on a bathing suit and a whistle around her neck. ” She plays a chord on her guitar. “I’m the counselor of the Kool Kats,” she says in a sing-song voice. The other counselor blows her whistle. I jump, and so do a lot of other girls. “I’m Sandy. ” “I hope we’re all Kool Kats,” whispers Taylor. I look at Mary Ann and cross my toes extra hard. It would be fun to all be Kool 51 Kats, but what I really hope is that whatever I am, Mary Ann is one too.

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