Sydney and Elizabeth are on site in the nations capital when odd happenings occur at the Vietnam Memorial The Camp Club Girls jump into action They use their special skills to tackle an adventure that leads them not only to Baltis Ft McHenry, but also to the heart of a terrorist travesty Can they decipher the clues and save the president before the dawns early light...
|Title||:||Sydney's DC Discovery (Camp Club Girls)|
|Publisher||:||Barbour Books January 1, 2010|
|Number of Pages||:||160 pages|
|File Size||:||769 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Sydney's DC Discovery (Camp Club Girls) Reviews
I'm just starting the book and it is already AWESOME!!! I would advise to read the first book better so you will know more about the girls and Kate's dog biscuit.
My niece loved receiving this book. It is hard for her to find books or items with her name on it. It is even harder to find items with a little girl of her similar ethnicity. This collection is perfect. Since I have been to D.C. and she has not, she wants to read about the location and is planning to convince her parents to take her.
Great Series- my daughter loves these stories.
The camp coup girls is a very good series that mentions several bible verses and a wide variety of things from the outside world,
We love the book.
I love the camp club girls. All filled with mysteries. I learned a lot about fort McHenry the Vietnam wall and more! Looking forward to the next book. Hope you like it too!
Book two of the Camp Club Girl series, finds the girls back at home but still keeping in touch. Elizabeth comes to visit Sydney in DC, and the girls quickly find themselves in the middle of a great mystery and possible terrorist plot.
In the second book in the Camp Club Girls series, Elizabeth comes to visit Sydney in Washington D.C. and while visiting the Vietnam Memorial with Elizabeth’s uncle Dan, the girls stumble upon a possible terrorist threat. This book had a more exciting plot than the first, but it was also less believable. It was easier to follow than the first book as it focused on only two of the Camp Club Girls rather than six. I would definitely suggest reading the first book in the series before reading this one so you understand who the characters are and how they started solving mysteries. As is typical with most mysteries, the girls do some questionable things in the story such as eavesdropping and sneaking around which parents should be aware of. I really do like the Christian faith content in these books. Faith references, Bible verses, and prayers are woven into the stories. If your looking for a Christian based mystery series for girls, I would highly recommend the Camp Club Girls series!