Yours Till Niagara Falls, Abby

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  • Title: Yours Till Niagara Falls, Abby
  • Author: Jane O'Connor
  • ISBN: 9780698115972
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Paperback

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  1. If you happen to be nine and kinda weird, read this book, because if you are nine and kinda weird, it is the Best Book in the World Abby was the best, cuz she was an anti heroine She was geeky and sarcastic and frizzy haired and really into Dracula The other girls in her bunk, wow, I have met each one of those girls, stereotypes or not, they truly existed She got it all down so authentically Abby was my soul mate I m gushing now I ll stop Best book ever.Okay.


  2. This book will always make me crack up, especially when Abby has to eat crackers in a challenge, then whistle Crumbs everywhere


  3. Abby Kimmel begs her parents to let her go to camp so her best friend Merle who is dreading the experience won t have to go by herself At the last minute, Merle breaks her ankle, and suddenly Abby is the one on her own with a group of strange girls, in an unfamiliar place At first, she s really disappointed that Merle isn t there and uncertain of her cabinmates, Phyllis, Bonnie, Eileen and Roberta Her counselor, Marty, is no prize either, and though she passed the swimming test, Abby is afraid t [...]


  4. This book is one of the best Unfortunately, I never read it when I was a kid, but if I had, I bet I would have loved it even than I do now And I would have begged my parents to send me to summer camp Abby is so easy to relate to She s a quirky little girl who is convinced that summer camp is going to be miserable without her best friend, but she learns a valuable lesson about making new friends Abby really learns to be self confident in this story and comes into her own, which leaves the reader [...]


  5. This book is another that I read over and over again in middle school.This one was in the camp category I was also very fond of the camp category I never got to go to summer camp because my family was too poor or because my parents were too overprotective, or maybe both But never getting to go made me want to go all the Interestingly, my first job out of high school was working as the photographer s assistant at a summer camp for kids with disabilities In this book the main character doesn t wa [...]


  6. Reading a 1979 edition, with the same illustrations I remember from when I was 8 I am enjoying this trip down memory lane with my 8 yr old UPON COMPLETION Strongly recommended to read with a young girl.Such a spunky, realistic young heroine The entertainment value holds up well 30 yrs after it was written.I had forgotten, though, that a character gets her first period There were some umm s and uhhh s as I fumbled for a non scary explanation of what that is to my daughter.I had been thinking of b [...]


  7. This was one of my very favourite books from my childhood I remember the day it arrived via the catalogue at school, and I remember reading it many times over I m still looking for a copy of it to read again, with my own daughters Very surprised that the Jane O Connor that wrote this book from my childhood is the same Jane O Connor that wrote all the Fancy Nancy books my kids now enjoy Ah, the circle of life Or something Off to the second hand store to find a copy of this awesome book.


  8. i freaking loved this book when i was a kid no joke summer camp, or at any rate, weeks spent away from home in a bunk, tent, or dorm setting was the highlight of my year from when i was in second grade through the summer before i went to college this book captured camp, real sleep away, woodsy, all out camp fantastically my daycare had a battered copy of this in their bookshelves and i d go back to it routinely, probably two or three times a year at the very least it was just plain good to read. [...]


  9. I jus plain like reading books about the summer camp experience Abby is a wise cracking New Yorker roughing it for the first time I found her appealing because she spoke her mind so freely, something I was far too timid to do.


  10. LOVED this one as a kid and I m excited because I found a new edition for our library This book and the movie Parent Trap made me desperately want to go to summer campof course when I did, it didn t really live up to expectations Loved the letter format, even as a kid.



  11. read with my 4th grade daughter we both liked it a lot and every nite she would beg me to read one chapter.



  12. I loved this as a child I remember this being one of my transition books from the old hardcover books in the children s section to a bigger girl book.



  13. Good summer camp read for adolescent girls Dates itself with a few 1979 pop culture references, but the basics about fears away from home and making new friends are timeless.


  14. This unique story was told through letters, and I enjoyed the way it was written A relaxing read for the summer