Celebrate the Great Outdoors
Whether your idea of camping is in a tiny tent, a luxury RV, or somewhere in between, nothing beats having fun with family and friends in the fresh air. Relive favorite memories of childhood vacations and get excited for future outdoor adventures with these humorous and heartwarming recollections from bestselling author and camping enthusiast Melody Carlson.
Pack your gear and hit the road with Melody as you encounter:
- Campfire Connections—how a simple offer of firewood sparks a friendship.
- Lolly the Bear—an unexpected guest with a sweet tooth pays a morning visit.
- The Worst Camping Trip Ever—a pregnant woman and a torrential downpour make for a hasty midnight departure.
- Best-Laid Plans—all it takes is one unhappy camper to spoil an outing.
- Fireworks on the Fourth—an explosive clash between generations ends with a promise of unconditional love
Along the way, you’ll enjoy inspirational quotes and practical tips to make your next camping experience even “s’more” of a success. So gather ‘round and get ready for some unforgettable stories.
About the Author
Melody Carlson has written more than 200 books (with sales around 6.5 million) for teens, women and children. That’s a lot of books, but mostly she considers herself a “storyteller.” Her novels range from serious issues like schizophrenia (Finding Alice) to lighter topics like house-flipping (A Mile in My Flip-Flops) but most of the inspiration behind her fiction comes right out of real life. Her young adult novels (Diary of a Teenage Girl, True Colors, etc.) appeal to teenage girls around the world. Her annual Christmas novellas become more popular each year. She’s won a number of awards (including Romantic Time’s Career Achievement Award, the Rita and the Gold Medallion) and some of her books have been optioned for film/TV. Carlson has two grown sons and makes her home in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and yellow Lab dog. To find out more about Melody Carlson, visit her website.
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