By Melissa J. Morgan
It’s Alex Kim’s fourth yr at Camp Lakeview, so there’s not anything mysterious approximately her. we all know that she’s a celebrity athlete and an all-around chief, and in the event that they don’t, never-shy Alex may be more than pleased to fill them in. yet Alex is maintaining whatever again this summer season, and her buddies are commencing to discover. Can they work out what’s been bothering their buddy prior to the summer time ends?
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Extra resources for Alex's Challenge #4 (Camp Confidential)
You’re supposed to be in photography with your sister,” Alex said, dreading the free-choice period ahead. “I’m here to make your life miserable,” he told Alex, tapping his pencil on the girls’ table. “Yes, you are,” Alex said. He was right—he was going to torment her. Alex tolerated him because she’d known him ever since she started coming to Lakeview. But he had been on her last nerves lately. He had teased her after the soccer game, calling her Lanky Legs and Spider Woman. He had also snapped her training bra the other day.
Ceramics, please,” she answered, moving her knapsack—the one she always carried—to the opposite shoulder. Alex had seen the necklaces some girls had made in the last session. They were these shiny, round beads that hung from a leather strap. Alex knew her mother, an art teacher, would love to have one. Her mother would be so happy to get a necklace from Alex, too, since Alex was rarely interested in noncompetitive activities. Alex had always known she was a little bit more like her dad, a litigations lawyer who lived for trials that put the bad guys in jail.
Instead, Brynn whispered something to Sarah. At that moment, Alex felt so weird, so out of touch with everyone. “Well, okay then,” Chelsea said. “Hey, everyone, maybe we should try to be as slim and trim and perfect as Alex,” she added as Brynn shot her a dirty look. Alex clasped her pen so tightly that she thought it might snap in half. She poked a hole through her letter by accident. She wanted to scream, to rip Chelsea’s slippers to shreds. But mostly, she just hoped that no one could tell how fed up she was getting of everyone wondering what was wrong.