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Raina Telgemeier and Frazzled fans, rejoice! Author-illustrator Kayla Miller is back with Olive in this emotional and honest story about navigating new experiences, learning to step outside one’s comfort zone, and the satisfaction of blazing your own trails. Olive and Willow are happy campers! Or are they?   Olive is sure she’ll have the best time at summer camp with her Raina Telgemeier and Frazzled fans, rejoice! Author-illustrator Kayla Miller is back with Olive in this emotional and honest story about navigating new experiences, learning to step outside one’s comfort zone, and the satisfaction of blazing your own trails. Olive and Willow are happy campers! Or are they?   Olive is sure she’ll have the best time at summer camp with her friend Willow – but while Olive makes quick friends with the other campers, Willow struggles to form connections and latches on to the only person she knows – Olive. It’s s’more than Olive can handle! The stress of being Willow's living security blanket begins to wear on Olive and before long…the girls aren’t just fighting, they may not even be friends by the time camp is over. Will the two be able to patch things up before the final lights out? Look for more of Olive's adventures in Click!


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Raina Telgemeier and Frazzled fans, rejoice! Author-illustrator Kayla Miller is back with Olive in this emotional and honest story about navigating new experiences, learning to step outside one’s comfort zone, and the satisfaction of blazing your own trails. Olive and Willow are happy campers! Or are they?   Olive is sure she’ll have the best time at summer camp with her Raina Telgemeier and Frazzled fans, rejoice! Author-illustrator Kayla Miller is back with Olive in this emotional and honest story about navigating new experiences, learning to step outside one’s comfort zone, and the satisfaction of blazing your own trails. Olive and Willow are happy campers! Or are they?   Olive is sure she’ll have the best time at summer camp with her friend Willow – but while Olive makes quick friends with the other campers, Willow struggles to form connections and latches on to the only person she knows – Olive. It’s s’more than Olive can handle! The stress of being Willow's living security blanket begins to wear on Olive and before long…the girls aren’t just fighting, they may not even be friends by the time camp is over. Will the two be able to patch things up before the final lights out? Look for more of Olive's adventures in Click!

30 review for Camp

  1. 4 out of 5

    Carmen

    "But Willow's happiness isn't your responsibility." pg. 88 This is a good book for children - aimed at elementary-school-aged girls. It's about two friends, Olive and Willow, who go away to summer camp together. Willow is high maintenance. She has allergies, is a picky eater, is a scaredy-cat, is shy, doesn't like sports, and is prone to passive-aggressive behavior. Olive is an outgoing and friendly girl. She easily makes friends and has a huge variety of interests. Unfortunately, Willow wants Oli "But Willow's happiness isn't your responsibility." pg. 88 This is a good book for children - aimed at elementary-school-aged girls. It's about two friends, Olive and Willow, who go away to summer camp together. Willow is high maintenance. She has allergies, is a picky eater, is a scaredy-cat, is shy, doesn't like sports, and is prone to passive-aggressive behavior. Olive is an outgoing and friendly girl. She easily makes friends and has a huge variety of interests. Unfortunately, Willow wants Olive basically glued to her side at all times. She gets resentful and sulky when Olive is friendly with other kids, and she gets angry when Olive wants to participate in activities Willow is not interested in. She's stifling Olive. Of course, this culminates in a fight mid-way through the book. It's very relatable, I think it's a great book illustrating some friendship problems girls can run into. It's handled in a smart way and girls will really enjoy this and be interested in it. (Not that boys can't enjoy it, too!) I liked it even better than the first book, Click. Worth a look if you have an elementary-aged girl in your circle. NAMES IN THIS BOOK (view spoiler)[ Olive f Willow f Misty f Ashley f Laura f Cecily f Rosie f Leslie f Bree f Chris f Christina Vanessa f Ellen f Aidy f Max m Jay m Adam m Noah m Dylan m Mia f (hide spoiler)]

  2. 5 out of 5

    Prabhjot Kaur

    Olive and Willow are friends and they are heading to camp. Once there, Olive is quick to make friends whilst Willow doesn't talk to anyone other than Olive and always wants Olive to hang out with her. Olive tries to be with her and also try to spend some time with other kids but Willow keeps getting mad and jealous. They both end up fighting and even though Olive wants to talk to her as she feels guilty, Willow keeps avoiding her. When Olive has a nightmare, she talks to Willow and they both apol Olive and Willow are friends and they are heading to camp. Once there, Olive is quick to make friends whilst Willow doesn't talk to anyone other than Olive and always wants Olive to hang out with her. Olive tries to be with her and also try to spend some time with other kids but Willow keeps getting mad and jealous. They both end up fighting and even though Olive wants to talk to her as she feels guilty, Willow keeps avoiding her. When Olive has a nightmare, she talks to Willow and they both apologize and sort things out. Olive then finds out that whilst they were fighting, Willow ended up making some new friends and they end up enjoying their last days with their new friends. This was a fun, quick read and I liked the art. 3 stars

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lana

    I was so excited to get my hands on this review copy of Camp from Kayla Miller! I love to find new books about camping and this one is adorable and very relatable. Olive and Willow are super excited to spend two weeks together at camp. But once they get to camp, things get more complicated than Olive had hoped. Olive hits it off right away with the other campers and is ready for fun! Willow has a harder time fitting in and she’s not very happy about sharing Olive’s attention either. This story is I was so excited to get my hands on this review copy of Camp from Kayla Miller! I love to find new books about camping and this one is adorable and very relatable. Olive and Willow are super excited to spend two weeks together at camp. But once they get to camp, things get more complicated than Olive had hoped. Olive hits it off right away with the other campers and is ready for fun! Willow has a harder time fitting in and she’s not very happy about sharing Olive’s attention either. This story is so relatable for this age group. I remember camping with girlfriends that were way more sociable and outgoing than I was, and it makes for a bit of a challenge. Feelings get hurt and it can create some tension, even for the best of friends. I enjoyed this graphic novel, and Kayla’s illustrations are just adorable. This would be a great story for any young reader whether they’ve been to camp or not, ultimately it’s a story of friendship. This book will be available April 23, 2019.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Xueting

    Middle-grade graphic novels really get the excitement and struggles of making friends!!! And not just for kids; they are stories we'd find so relevant and inspiring as adults too, because we're always meeting new people and making new friends. Olive and Willow go to summer camp together, but their different personality types create problems when they are socialising with others. Olive is sporty, outgoing and gregarious, and she easily makes friends with the other campers; on the other hand Willow Middle-grade graphic novels really get the excitement and struggles of making friends!!! And not just for kids; they are stories we'd find so relevant and inspiring as adults too, because we're always meeting new people and making new friends. Olive and Willow go to summer camp together, but their different personality types create problems when they are socialising with others. Olive is sporty, outgoing and gregarious, and she easily makes friends with the other campers; on the other hand Willow, who's more of an introvert who likes to stay in and is quiet in social situations, avoids hanging out with the others. Willow starts clinging to Olive as her only friend, and Olive struggles to be there for Willow while also doing the fun things she likes with her new friends. I can relate to the characters so much because I'm a bit of both of them, or somewhere in between them. It's beautiful to see how the girls deal with the conflict and come out as better, more mature people. There's a bit about putting yourself first, and how doing that and being a good friend are not mutually exclusive. That's so true and powerful; many of us really need that reminder.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mehsi

    Re-read 2020. This was OK. I did like it better than when I first read probably because I know that Willow is going to be a horrible person, the resolution would be magical and fast. That definitely helped. Now I could just focus on Olive and the camp around her. I loved all the camp offers and I loved seeing what Olive picked. The camp counsellors were both fantastic people and I loved how they were always there for the girls and also never picked a side. I would definitely have loved going to Re-read 2020. This was OK. I did like it better than when I first read probably because I know that Willow is going to be a horrible person, the resolution would be magical and fast. That definitely helped. Now I could just focus on Olive and the camp around her. I loved all the camp offers and I loved seeing what Olive picked. The camp counsellors were both fantastic people and I loved how they were always there for the girls and also never picked a side. I would definitely have loved going to camp when I was a kid, I would be shy at first but if I had so many fantastic cabin people I would have popped out of my shell and have a fun time. The art was a delight and I love the style. ------------------------ My first vacation book and boy it was a disappointment. -2 for Willow, -1 for the dreadful magical and poof solution to the problems. I loved Olive, I loved the camp, I love the art, I love the colours, I just adore the activities (wish camps here were like this) and the counselors, I even loved the other kids. However, obsessive and hurtful Willow was just the worst character. She makes comments that Olive can't have other friends because they are best friends, um what? When a cute boy asks Olive out Willow snaps, what? And when Olive has a good time and makes friends, Willow turns into a whiny sad sack of bleh. I get that she is homesick, I get that it may not be fun to see your friend go away with other friends, I get that one may be a bit jealous seeing a friend adapt so easily, but that still doesn't excuse shitty behavior. Olive is giving you enough time but she is allowed to also have fun and make friends. The magical everything is all right was just a bit too magical and it felt rushed. After all that happened I had expected something more mature and have it better handled. What a shame. Wasted 8 euros on this book. :|

  6. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    A cute graphic novel that has a really good message for middle grade readers " You can feel bad for a person's situation but it's not your responsibility to make others happy." Goodreads review published 04/12/21 A cute graphic novel that has a really good message for middle grade readers " You can feel bad for a person's situation but it's not your responsibility to make others happy." Goodreads review published 04/12/21

  7. 4 out of 5

    Katie Reilley

    I loved this sequel to Kayla Miller’s graphic novel Click! Olive and Willow are headed to camp. Olive is super excited, and Willow’s a bit nervous. Once they arrive, Olive’s ready to try new activities and make new friends, and Willow is a bit more apprehensive, struggling to fit in and share Olive with the other campers. My students would refer to Willow as a “clinger.” Being a 4th/5th grade teacher, I felt the friendship challenges were something I often see. The fear of missing out and jealou I loved this sequel to Kayla Miller’s graphic novel Click! Olive and Willow are headed to camp. Olive is super excited, and Willow’s a bit nervous. Once they arrive, Olive’s ready to try new activities and make new friends, and Willow is a bit more apprehensive, struggling to fit in and share Olive with the other campers. My students would refer to Willow as a “clinger.” Being a 4th/5th grade teacher, I felt the friendship challenges were something I often see. The fear of missing out and jealousy when friend groups shift are occurrences that happen often at this age. I felt the advice given to Olive by the older campers was spot on and what kids need to hear. Added bonuses were the back-matter: instructions on how to make friendship bracelets and information on Rube Goldberg machines! Highly recommend for grades 3 and up!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Darla

    Reading this colorful sequel to "Click" made me a happy camper. Olive and Willow go to summer camp together. Both are new to the Bunny cabin, but they do not have the same success in adjusting to the camp setting. Soon Olive feels torn between being a good friend to Willow and enjoying time with other campers. Will the advice of a camp counselor help them to work through the issue and still enjoy the rest of camp? Will they both go home happy about their camp experience? You will just have to re Reading this colorful sequel to "Click" made me a happy camper. Olive and Willow go to summer camp together. Both are new to the Bunny cabin, but they do not have the same success in adjusting to the camp setting. Soon Olive feels torn between being a good friend to Willow and enjoying time with other campers. Will the advice of a camp counselor help them to work through the issue and still enjoy the rest of camp? Will they both go home happy about their camp experience? You will just have to read this book and find out. Includes a "Let's Make a Friendship Bracelet" guide as well as extra info on Rube Goldberg Machines. Now I can't wait to read "Act."

  9. 4 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    The first book in this series was a bit mild but an enjoyable enough kid's graphic novel. This one is nearly catatonic. Extroverted Olive goes to summer camp with her friend Willow, who is introverted and feeling homesick. Willow's increasing unhappiness causes just about the tamest bit of conflict possible. Ho-hum. I was pleased to see Rube Goldberg machines explained to a new generation. The first book in this series was a bit mild but an enjoyable enough kid's graphic novel. This one is nearly catatonic. Extroverted Olive goes to summer camp with her friend Willow, who is introverted and feeling homesick. Willow's increasing unhappiness causes just about the tamest bit of conflict possible. Ho-hum. I was pleased to see Rube Goldberg machines explained to a new generation.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ayla

    3.5 stars. Well...I liked it. Camp is just that lighthearted, graphic novel that we just need sometimes. A break from those dark novels (although I love them) or those emotionally depressing realistic fiction books (yes, those are great too). You just need something like that once in a while. I finished this in somewhere around half an hour. It was reasonably paced and the drawings were well-crafted. Now, because this is a realistic fiction/graphic novel, I can't analyze this the way I usually do 3.5 stars. Well...I liked it. Camp is just that lighthearted, graphic novel that we just need sometimes. A break from those dark novels (although I love them) or those emotionally depressing realistic fiction books (yes, those are great too). You just need something like that once in a while. I finished this in somewhere around half an hour. It was reasonably paced and the drawings were well-crafted. Now, because this is a realistic fiction/graphic novel, I can't analyze this the way I usually do with my YA/Fantasy/Dystopian novels. I'd highly suggest this book if you want a quick read after you've either read a long series, or if you just want something fun for a change. Have fun reading!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Tammy

    Another fun book by this author. I liked the message of Click better, but this is still cute.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Abby Johnson

    Just a fun summer story about two best friends headed off to camp for the first time. Olive and Willow are friends, but very different. Olive is much more outgoing and adventurous, while Willow is more introverted and quiet. When they start camp together for the first time, they sign up for all the same activities. But Willow feels homesick and has trouble relating to the other kids in their cabin. Olive starts making lots of new friends and it's hard for Willow, who thought she'd have her best Just a fun summer story about two best friends headed off to camp for the first time. Olive and Willow are friends, but very different. Olive is much more outgoing and adventurous, while Willow is more introverted and quiet. When they start camp together for the first time, they sign up for all the same activities. But Willow feels homesick and has trouble relating to the other kids in their cabin. Olive starts making lots of new friends and it's hard for Willow, who thought she'd have her best friend by her side at every moment. This would be a great summer read for kids starting camp or reminiscing about camp experiences or kids who like stories about how complicated friendship can be. Hand to readers of REAL FRIENDS by Shannon Hale or BE PREPARED by Vera Brosgol.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    I didn't realise this is number 2 in a trilogy/series. I want to read the first Graphic Novel now (I think it's called CLICK, and I'm definitely gonna check the 3rd one out as well. I think these are aimed at Middle grade, but I still enjoyed this, can be for all ages :) Brilliant art work and I loved the story, very relatable. Friendships are hard to balance, I think we've all experienced the jealousy and confusion when growing up, and working out what you like, what hobbies you enjoy etc. It h I didn't realise this is number 2 in a trilogy/series. I want to read the first Graphic Novel now (I think it's called CLICK, and I'm definitely gonna check the 3rd one out as well. I think these are aimed at Middle grade, but I still enjoyed this, can be for all ages :) Brilliant art work and I loved the story, very relatable. Friendships are hard to balance, I think we've all experienced the jealousy and confusion when growing up, and working out what you like, what hobbies you enjoy etc. It has some good messages in this Book.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lindsey

    This one hit the nail on the head for my kiddo with attending camp. I like that this series takes topics that are often discussed in children's lit but then shows a different perspective (which happens to be my kid's perspective). Thank you for filling that need. We can't wait to see what Olive is up to next! This one hit the nail on the head for my kiddo with attending camp. I like that this series takes topics that are often discussed in children's lit but then shows a different perspective (which happens to be my kid's perspective). Thank you for filling that need. We can't wait to see what Olive is up to next!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kris

    There are so many really, really good middle grade graphic novels out there, so this one is disappointing. It is okay, but there is just such better stuff out there. Weak, one-dimensional characters were my biggest frustration. The art is cute, and it is a quick read, but it could be so much better.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jinghay (these.blank.pages)

    This was such a short and fun read! 😊 I absolutely adore books about summer camp (because I always wanted to go to one as a kid 😍)! Really enjoyed the beautiful artwork, and will definitely be checking out Kayla Miller's other works! Rating: 4.5/5 ----- Reread: 2021 Rating: 3/5 I get that this is for kids but Willow was just :/ This was such a short and fun read! 😊 I absolutely adore books about summer camp (because I always wanted to go to one as a kid 😍)! Really enjoyed the beautiful artwork, and will definitely be checking out Kayla Miller's other works! Rating: 4.5/5 ----- Reread: 2021 Rating: 3/5 I get that this is for kids but Willow was just :/

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jenna

    A cute read but the character development still doesn’t reach the same level as other middle grade graphic novels from Raina Telgemeier and Svetlana Chmakova. I did enjoy this more than the first book, Click, but the conflict was resolved too quickly once more. Very cute drawing style.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Nay Keppler

    i felt personally attacked but i liked it

  19. 4 out of 5

    ally

    yeah ummm don't ask i saw this on kindle for the prime reading and i was bored so i read it... it made me laugh cause like it reminded me of when i was younger anyways baiiii yeah ummm don't ask i saw this on kindle for the prime reading and i was bored so i read it... it made me laugh cause like it reminded me of when i was younger anyways baiiii

  20. 5 out of 5

    Lara

    Very cute! I love the art, the counselors are amazing, and even though the main issue is resolved fairly easily (eventually), I still thought it was well done. I went to camp in 7th grade with my friend Jessica, and we both pretty much immediately bonded with other people and then hardly saw each other the whole time we were there. I like that Olive and Willow's story plays out a little differently, and I can imagine this situation happening in real life--one kid just throws herself right in, an Very cute! I love the art, the counselors are amazing, and even though the main issue is resolved fairly easily (eventually), I still thought it was well done. I went to camp in 7th grade with my friend Jessica, and we both pretty much immediately bonded with other people and then hardly saw each other the whole time we were there. I like that Olive and Willow's story plays out a little differently, and I can imagine this situation happening in real life--one kid just throws herself right in, and the other one...doesn't. Anyway, I'll definitely look forward to more from Kayla Miller.

  21. 5 out of 5

    vanessa

    This hit the spot! I think the story and payoff is much better in this one than Click. I really enjoyed seeing the conflict, the different POVs, and then how the two girls resolved it. Definitely would recommend to kids at my library.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Julietta M.

    This was a great book about two friends. One easily makes new friends and the other has a hard time and clings to her friend. They go through challenges and fights. It was a realistic situation I enjoyed reading about.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lorraine

    I was excited to read this because I enjoyed the previous story, Click. This was a cute graphic novel about 2 friends, Olive and Willow, who go away to sleepaway camp together. Olive is more outgoing and adventurous and has no trouble adjusting to life at camp or making new friends. Willow has a much harder time. She is not as outgoing, afraid to try new things, a picky eater and she misses home. As a result she clings to Olive and and only wants to do things with her. She gets mad when Olive st I was excited to read this because I enjoyed the previous story, Click. This was a cute graphic novel about 2 friends, Olive and Willow, who go away to sleepaway camp together. Olive is more outgoing and adventurous and has no trouble adjusting to life at camp or making new friends. Willow has a much harder time. She is not as outgoing, afraid to try new things, a picky eater and she misses home. As a result she clings to Olive and and only wants to do things with her. She gets mad when Olive starts to make new friends or participate in different activities. Olive tries to be supportive, and she stays with Willow a lot. However, she soon begins to feel that she is missing out on things when she has to stay by Willow's side. Eventually the two get into a fight. With Olive no longer by her side, Willow is forced to try new things and make new friends. The topic of changing friendhips is very relatable to kids this age. My daughter read this and said she felt like she was reading about herself and one of the girls in her class. The jealousy and anger that can occur as friendship change happens all the time. I thought the advice given to Olive by the older campers was perfect and very helpful to Olive and any kid who finds themself in this situation. I enjoyed this book alot! I thought the story was very relatable and I loves the artwork. I hope the author writes more books with these characters.

  24. 4 out of 5

    L.E. Fidler

    it's that time of year again...summer! when i read compulsively! but this one is actually part of my summer reading with fiona - and it's definitely one she likes a lot more than I did. for me, it's predictable with indistinguishable voices among characters. for her, it's the closest she'll get to raina telgemeier until the fall when her new book comes out. she might have a countdown going. this one is full of typical middle school drama - friends go away to camp and have predictable drama when one it's that time of year again...summer! when i read compulsively! but this one is actually part of my summer reading with fiona - and it's definitely one she likes a lot more than I did. for me, it's predictable with indistinguishable voices among characters. for her, it's the closest she'll get to raina telgemeier until the fall when her new book comes out. she might have a countdown going. this one is full of typical middle school drama - friends go away to camp and have predictable drama when one is more extroverted and comfortable socializing than the other one is. it doesn't help that the other one has a nervous mother. i felt very targeted by this part of the book. perhaps i'm taking it too personally? reader, i am. but i am glad my daughter, who starts fifth grade this fall, is reading this one. lots of the same drama she experiences happens safely in the fiction here and it provides good fodder for discussion on how to be a sensitive but also good friend. and, hey, that is always a good thing.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kim Bongiorno

    The perfect book to buy your tweens who are heading to camp this summer (sleepover or not). I have not been shy about my love for CLICK, the first book about Olive and her circle of friends and family, and this is a great follow-up. Olive and her BFF head to sleepaway camp, and there are many different people and activities to pull them in different directions. This is natural. It's expected. But it's always tricky on both ends. CAMP shows how this goes, how that thread of friendship is tested and The perfect book to buy your tweens who are heading to camp this summer (sleepover or not). I have not been shy about my love for CLICK, the first book about Olive and her circle of friends and family, and this is a great follow-up. Olive and her BFF head to sleepaway camp, and there are many different people and activities to pull them in different directions. This is natural. It's expected. But it's always tricky on both ends. CAMP shows how this goes, how that thread of friendship is tested and stretched, how it can rope in others, as well. Sooo good. Exactly what our adolescents need when navigating growing friendship circles (due to new schools, new experiences) in an emotionally slippery time of love and mistakes, new interests and old connections. Bonus: instructions to make your own friendship bracelets are at the end of the book.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Deanna Siegel

    Very simple plot but executed very well. Olive and Willow go to camp together and Olive adjusts to being away from home well, while Willow struggles to make friends. I enjoyed the dynamic between the friends and the ways they helped each other out through the story. Very cute.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    This was so cute! I loved it!! I just ordered her other book because I am obsessed! :) I’m so happy this isn’t a standalone!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Maryam

    I'm not really sure how I felt about this book, it was entertaining but I didn't feel soo happy when I finished reading it like I feel with other books. It was okay but I really need to re-read it. I'm not really sure how I felt about this book, it was entertaining but I didn't feel soo happy when I finished reading it like I feel with other books. It was okay but I really need to re-read it.

  29. 4 out of 5

    C.J. Milbrandt

    Friends Olive and Willow are both signed up for the same summer camp. They sign up for the same activities, and at first, everything's fun. But Olive, being Olive, is making friends with everyone in their cabin ... and friends from other cabins. Willow's mood takes a dramatic shift. She doesn't want to share her friend with anyone. But in order for Olive to keep Willow happy, she has to miss out on all the things she really wants to do. A tale of friendship, expectations, and compromise. Friends Olive and Willow are both signed up for the same summer camp. They sign up for the same activities, and at first, everything's fun. But Olive, being Olive, is making friends with everyone in their cabin ... and friends from other cabins. Willow's mood takes a dramatic shift. She doesn't want to share her friend with anyone. But in order for Olive to keep Willow happy, she has to miss out on all the things she really wants to do. A tale of friendship, expectations, and compromise.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kat Drennan-Scace

    Well, this was delightful. I loved the illustrations of all the fun camp activities and campers. I think many readers will relate to either Willow, who is shy and homesick or Olive who is meeting lots of fun people and feeling guilty about Willow’s camp experience. I kind of wish the counsellors would have talked to Willow about getting involved and meeting new people, but I’m glad she figured it out on her own. I didn’t realize this was the second in a series, needless to say you don’t need to Well, this was delightful. I loved the illustrations of all the fun camp activities and campers. I think many readers will relate to either Willow, who is shy and homesick or Olive who is meeting lots of fun people and feeling guilty about Willow’s camp experience. I kind of wish the counsellors would have talked to Willow about getting involved and meeting new people, but I’m glad she figured it out on her own. I didn’t realize this was the second in a series, needless to say you don’t need to read the first to enjoy this!

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