The Popularity Pact: Camp Clique: Book One


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Running Press Kids
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5.6 X 8.4 X 1.2 inches | 0.85 pounds

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About the Author

Eileen Moskowitz-Palma, a former elementary school teacher, is an alumna of Sarah Lawrence College's The Writing Institute, where she teaches Beginner and Intermediate Novel Writing. Eileen lives a vegan-ish lifestyle, unless you count an occasional bacon cheeseburger, and is a half-marathoner who hopes to be brave enough to one day run the full. She lives in Bronxville, NY, with her college sweetheart, Douglas, their teen daughter, Molly, and her Wire Fox Terrier, Oscar, who is one snaggle-tooth away from being a doggy model.


A heartwarming story about the joys and pains of friendships and family wrapped up in a rollicking fun camp read! I laughed, I cried, and I couldn't stop turning the pages.--Laurie Friedman, author of the Mallory series

In this touching story, Eileen Moskowitz-Palma perfectly captures the challenges faced by two middle grade girls who must navigate friendships, betrayal, and complicated family dynamics. Thanks to lovable main characters, secrets galore, and an ending that perfectly sets up the next book in the series, Camp Clique is sure to be devoured by readers who will see themselves in Bea and Maisy.--Wendy McLeod MacKnight, author of The Frame-Up and The CopyCat

"This solid mix of s'mores and girl empowerment is encouraging but never saccharine."--Kirkus Reviews
"Poignant and timely, The Popularity Pact is a series sure to inspire and empower readers. You'll root for both Bea and Maisy in this captivating story about forgiveness."

--Beth Vrabel, award-winning author of Caleb and Kit and the Pack of Dorks series
"Forget Dad's tie and Mom's handbag. A . . . gift for daughters is about 'friendship, acceptance, trust.' It's The Popularity Pact: Camp Clique."--Cindy Adams, Page Six
"This is a powerful middle grade novel about the difficulty of both forgiveness and trust, as well as the nature of true friendship. Recommended for collections seeking summer camp fiction with depth."--School Library Journal
"The shifting middle-school friendships and cliques ring true, and the revelation at the end guarantees readers will look forward to the next book in the series."--Booklist