The Girls of Firefly Cabin
by Cynthia Ellingsen
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Pub Date 28 May 2019 | Archive Date 13 May 2019
• Trade, library, school, and consumer advertising
• ARC distribution at ALA Midwinter, TLA, and via Netgalley and Edelweiss
• Social media campaign across all Albert Whitman & Company profiles
• Top account mailings
• Inclusion in AW Summer Camp marketing campaign
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Average rating from 24 members
This book! Let me tell you! This was a middle grade book about four very different girls from very different walks of life coming together as cabin mates at Camp Blueberry Pine in Northern Michigan (let me just say, I live in northern Michigan so this really made my day). Each girls has her own set of real life trials and tribulations. And with the help of each other they are able to come together and solve or make better each other's problems. This book is bout friendship. The kind that lasts forever. I remember my own days t camp and how for 10 years after I pen palled with a friend from the camp. And while we have since grown apart in adulthood, I still savor the friendship that we had. I would recommend this to any preteen girl.it is a heartfelt story of friendship, life lessons, grief, family, and love.
The Girls of Firefly Cabin made me wish I was a kid again, about to head off to summer camp! This story is about four girls that spend the entire summer away at camp. They swim, canoe, sing, roast s’mores, compete amongst the other cabins for the ultimate prize and play a few pranks as well.
The four girls of the Firefly Cabin are all going through their own personal battles when they arrive at camp and couldn’t be more different than the next, yet somehow they manage to form such a tight bond that they will never forget this summer together.
This was such a fun story! It’s no secret that I love camping, but I think the story of the four girls and how their characters grow at camp is for all book lovers!
Thank you to Albert Whitman and Company and NetGalley for the advanced copy of this middle grade book. All opinions are my own.
This will feature on my blog December Wednesday 12, 2018.
Middle grade read about four girls away at summer camp. After some false starts the girls learn to trust each other with their problems. As the summer progresses they learn the truth about each other and end creating life long friendships. A nice reminder about being honest and relying on friends in times of need.
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