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Abby is back at the same old camp she goes to every summer -- except for the fact that this summer, nothing is the same. Her friend Rose is a cabin assistant, her friend Beth is pierced, and now the only person who doesn't seem too cool for Abby is Shasta, the new girl. Shasta, who was struck by lightning, whose Internet boyfriend is a senior in high school, and who is totally annoying to everyone but Abby....

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  • Paperback | 176 pages
  • 150 x 202 x 6mm | 258.55g
  • Atheneum Books for Young Readers
  • Aladdin Paperbacks
  • New York, NY, United Kingdom
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1416935878
  • 9781416935872
  • 384,999

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"Hope Larson shows off the deft storytelling and inventive layouts that made her a web-comics sensation." -- Gene Yang, Michael L. Printz Award-winning creator of "American Born Chinese"

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CHIGGERS is a very enjoyable, quick read. Abby can't wait to go back to summer camp to hang out with her older friend, Rose. But this year Rose comes back to camp as a cabin assistant and doesn't seem to have any time for Abby. Then Shasta arrives. She is very different and Abby thinks she is kind of cool. Then comes the problem -- none of the other girls like her. They think she is weird and fake. Abby then needs to decide how to balance her two groups of friends, maybe a new boyfriend, and how to feel okay when Rose seems to not be with her. Growing up is hard to do! I enjoyed this book very much and it was fun to read a graphic novel. I believe that many kids and young adults will like to read this type of medium. I would like to read more. My only complaint is that sometimes I mixed up the characters, but that may be because I'm not a picture reader -- but if I read more I may get better at it! Thank you, Hope Larson!show more
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