Sofia is spending the summer at Camp Krakatow! S'mores, crafts, bug juice, water sports, boys(!) . . . Sofia doesn't want to forget one second of sleepaway camp!
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Number of Pages: 208
Reviewed by Lily, age 10
Secrets from the Sleeping Bag is a funny "blogtastic novel" about a blogger named Sofia Becker who is attending summer camp, where her popularity status is a zero and she wants to crank it up to 100. The author has done a really good job of making the book more entertaining by writing it in the format of a blog and including a lot of illustrations that bring the story to life. I read a lot and it is
always fun to read something new and different from so many other books. I also liked this book because it made me laugh a lot. Sophia finds herself in a prank war at camp. The pranks are awesome and the overall prank war is hilarious. Some of Sophia's words and actions are clumsy and a little stupid at times which makes it fun to read the book. I recommend the book for girls 10 and up, especially anyone who wants to laugh a lot. Thank you to Delacorte Press for this funny and unique book.
This book hits shelves July of 2012!
Lily, age 10