Fun summer read

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Jackson Dickert brings you back to the world of summer camp, when life might have been a little easier and mischief was always around the corner.
I felt like I could see little bits of myself within Troop 99 and how Dickert entwined backstories into the present narrative helped further create that connection. This helped keep the story relatable as these style stories can sometimes lead to 'jumping the shark.'
As someone who does not typically laugh out loud while reading, I caught myself amidst some chuckles. The book is YA leaning, but let's you tap into that piece of childhood. I would be interested to see reviews from individuals who did not attend camp or similar activities to see if the story lands the same.
Dickert had a well-timed release as well, given that The Misadventures of the Adventure Rangers is definitely a summer time pick.