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Camp Timber View

Narrated by: Rye Taylor
Length: 4 hrs and 10 mins
4 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)
Regular price: $14.95
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Reggie and Sally, eleven-year-old best friends, each get mysteriously invited to spend the summer at Camp Timber View. From the get go, they both know that something weird is going on when the camp bus drops them off miles from camp with only a riddle. As Reggie, Sally, and their campmates work to uncover the daily mysteries, something else is happening... Reggie is becoming a leader. Reggie, in one summer, solves a couple of mysteries, has his first crush, and shocks a major corporation.

Camp Timber View is a rollercoaster of fun, suspense, and escape. A mystery filled with humor, puzzles, and unforgettable dialogue. Throw in a few young detectives and the summer sizzles. Welcome to Camp Timber View...

©2011 Jason Deas (P)2013 Jason Deas; Rye Taylor

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Great road trip read!

My 13-year-old son and I love listening to the story while driving to the grandparents. We enjoyed the intrigue and the suspense.

I thought the story was a little predictable, although I wasn’t expecting a reality TV series to be the end. We gave it a four star rating because we did not enjoy the part when the kids had to chew up their food for the Hobo meals. That was pretty disgusting. I’m from the country and there are many ways to make campfire meals with limited utensils that don’t require chewing and spitting out your food. Plus, how are the kids supposed to know who’s packet was theirs when they return from their adventure?

The story is best suited for kids fifth grade through eighth grade although as a educator I think any age group is appreciate!