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Maybe not even borderline. The one bright spot in Henry's camp experience is Monica, a beautiful girl from the nearby music camp. Take your pick. I Have A Bad Feeling About This by Jeff Strand. Author Jeff Strand.
Everything 16-year-old Henry was dreading about survival camp turns out to be trueor even worse. The only thing to help get him through is his equally unathletic best friend Randy and the discovery of a girls'music camp just down the path. But they'll soon have a lot more than obnoxious "drill counselors" and too many push-ups to worry about. The owner of Strongwoods Survival Camp has taken out some loans with very dangerous men to keep himself afloat, and when a trio of them show up to collect, things go bad. Very bad. With a camp now full of armed killers, survival now has a whole new meaning for the campers...
Wilderness Survival Tip #1 Drinking your own sweat will not save your life. Somebody might have told you that, but they were trying to find out if you'd really do it. Henry Lambert would rather play video games than spend time in the great outdoorsbut that doesn't make him a wuss. Skinny nerd? Fine. But wuss is a little harsh. Sadly, his dad doesn't agree. Which is why Henry is being shipped off to Strongwoods Survival Camp. Strongwoods isn't exactly as advertised. It looks like the victim of a zombie apocalypse, the "camp director" is a psycho drill sergeant, and Henry's sure he saw a sign written in blood... Wilderness Survival Tip #2 In case of an avalanche, don't despair. You're doomed, but that's a wicked cool death. Wilderness Survival Tip #3 If you're relying on this book for actual survival tips, you're dead already. Praise for Jeff Strand'sA Bad Day For Voodoo: "A delightfully ludicrous read."School Library Journal "Just the thing for teen wiseacres."Booklist "[A] free-wheeling dark comedy that starts off running and doesn't stop until all plausibility is exhausted. Sam Raimi fans should eat it up."Publishers Weekly
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"Humor and hijinks are the name of the survival game The short chapters, writing style, and humor make this a good choice for reluctant readers. Give this one to fans of the Home Alone movies and readers who love caper stories." - School Library Journal
"I really needed a book like this. Something fun, enjoyable and entertaining. To laugh all the way through a book is a great accomplishment and I truly have to commend the author for his ability to carry that speed and endurance." - My Never Ending List