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Alex has always been the practically perfect girl at camp - athletic, responsible, outgoing. But these days she's less active and always making excuses about what she eats. Maybe if she could explain what was going on her friends would understand, but then they'd find out that she's not quite so perfect after all. Alex has always been the practically perfect girl at camp - athletic, responsible, outgoing. But these days she's less active and always making excuses about what she eats. Maybe if she could explain what was going on her friends would understand, but then they'd find out that she's not quite so perfect after all.


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Alex has always been the practically perfect girl at camp - athletic, responsible, outgoing. But these days she's less active and always making excuses about what she eats. Maybe if she could explain what was going on her friends would understand, but then they'd find out that she's not quite so perfect after all. Alex has always been the practically perfect girl at camp - athletic, responsible, outgoing. But these days she's less active and always making excuses about what she eats. Maybe if she could explain what was going on her friends would understand, but then they'd find out that she's not quite so perfect after all.

30 review for Little Miss Not-So-Perfect

  1. 5 out of 5

    Arwa Saed

    Spoiler Alert!!!! Friendship is just like a special, breakable diamond that should be handled with care; if you don’t get handle it with care it would break, and we would be hard to put the pieces back together. For three years Alex has gone to the summer camp; this year was going to be her fourth. Alex is main character, she’s always known as Miss perfect. But this year, everything changed. Alex, for her new elective has gone to wood making, in there she met Valerie. For the past three years Ale Spoiler Alert!!!! Friendship is just like a special, breakable diamond that should be handled with care; if you don’t get handle it with care it would break, and we would be hard to put the pieces back together. For three years Alex has gone to the summer camp; this year was going to be her fourth. Alex is main character, she’s always known as Miss perfect. But this year, everything changed. Alex, for her new elective has gone to wood making, in there she met Valerie. For the past three years Alex had been best friends with Brynn. When Brynn saw Alex with Valerie, Brynn thought that Alex has forgotten about her and got a new friend. So, Brynn become friends with Sarah, who was Valerie’s best friend. Both groups stayed the same for a long while; trying to make each other jealous about their new best friends. But, in each person’s heart there was something that told them they were missing their old friend, that they loved them and would like to be back together. But, they only realized it when something happened…. Something that changed people’s idea about Alex being Miss perfect. Something that made the camp flip upside down. I would recommend this book for people between the age of 11 to 13 years old; that like to read friendship books.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Joeytay11

    ~The main character is : Alex. She has diabetics. But, none of her camp friends know! But, one day she fainted and... ~Memorable character: Valerie, when Brynn(Alx's best friend) starts to be mean to her and be friends with Sarah. Valerie trys to help her in many ways. ~I felt that i wanted to read more of the book written by her. ~Problem: - Alex's camp friends thinks that she is perfect, but this summmer, Alex seems different. She has upset her bunkmates and is always making excuses and mysterious ~The main character is : Alex. She has diabetics. But, none of her camp friends know! But, one day she fainted and... ~Memorable character: Valerie, when Brynn(Alx's best friend) starts to be mean to her and be friends with Sarah. Valerie trys to help her in many ways. ~I felt that i wanted to read more of the book written by her. ~Problem: - Alex's camp friends thinks that she is perfect, but this summmer, Alex seems different. She has upset her bunkmates and is always making excuses and mysteriously sneaking off(she has diabetes!). Summary: Alex loves Camp Lakeview lots! She gets to be with her friends and play all kinds of sports. She has gotten diabetes and has not told her friends. Struggle: Brynn begins to not friend Alex and Alex feels very sad. Soon, Alex fainted during COlour war and all of the friends knew about Alex having diabetes. Favourite Part: When Brynn and all of the friends understood Alex has diabetes and treated her very nice. Genre: Camp Author: Melissa. J. Morgan PLAce to get: ~NAtional Library

  3. 5 out of 5

    KAHZIIAH

    My name is Kah'Ziiah Thomas. I am eleven years old, and I am really loving this book. Since I am currently reading, I will make another or add to this review. So, I will talk about what I've read so far. So far, I know that Alex is going through some things and especially ever since Brynn left from her side. Sarah is a girl that I would want to be my best-friend because while Alex has been going through all of this mess, Sarah has been by her side, cheering her up, and trying to make her look on My name is Kah'Ziiah Thomas. I am eleven years old, and I am really loving this book. Since I am currently reading, I will make another or add to this review. So, I will talk about what I've read so far. So far, I know that Alex is going through some things and especially ever since Brynn left from her side. Sarah is a girl that I would want to be my best-friend because while Alex has been going through all of this mess, Sarah has been by her side, cheering her up, and trying to make her look on the good side of things. While Brynn on the other hand is obviously planning something bad about Alex and Sarah so that's one thing or person that I would definitely stay as far as possible from if I were either Alex or Sarah. I also have some questions. What are the ages of the characters? What are the age ratings to read this book? How long did it take you to write this book? That's it! Love y'all! I really love this book. I would definitely recommend this book to a girl.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Courtenay

    After really enjoying the first three stories in the Camp Confidential series (reminding me of my own childhood experiences at camp decades ago), I was disappointed by book 4. It could use some serious editing (the number of "just's" could have well been a voice choice but it really bumped me out of the flow of the story to see three or more sometimes in a single paragraph) and the overly dramatized "fight" between the girls seemed pretty petty and unnecessary. It also felt like the author was d After really enjoying the first three stories in the Camp Confidential series (reminding me of my own childhood experiences at camp decades ago), I was disappointed by book 4. It could use some serious editing (the number of "just's" could have well been a voice choice but it really bumped me out of the flow of the story to see three or more sometimes in a single paragraph) and the overly dramatized "fight" between the girls seemed pretty petty and unnecessary. It also felt like the author was doing a lot more telling (especially repetitive about Alex's thoughts) rather than showing. Sometimes that happens in series. I also guessed very early (in chapter one) what Alex's secret was, whereas the secrets in the previous three books for the first summer of Camp Confidential were more mysterious. Not sure I'll read on, this one dowsed the fire.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lianna Kendig

    (LL) This book does well with the representation of diabetes, and does a better job than The Baby-Sitters Club with Stacey, which is saying something. The drama in the story is way over done and slightly unrealistic, but it still does mostly capture what life at camp for someone with diabetes could be like. I like the topic of friendship and how arguments can blow things out of proportion. The funny part of the series is the evolution of Natalie as a character, and how much better she seems throu (LL) This book does well with the representation of diabetes, and does a better job than The Baby-Sitters Club with Stacey, which is saying something. The drama in the story is way over done and slightly unrealistic, but it still does mostly capture what life at camp for someone with diabetes could be like. I like the topic of friendship and how arguments can blow things out of proportion. The funny part of the series is the evolution of Natalie as a character, and how much better she seems through the other girls’ eyes. Hopefully the next book that is narrated by Natalie will be better, and the first book happened to not be developed or written well.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tyler

    I was honestly very excited to get to this book because I thought I remembered the basic premises of it, and I did! I don't remember the conflict that went on and that honestly shocked me at how deep it was. But the story development around it was great! Alex's challenge was quite the challenge and I'm honestly glad that there are books that highlight this childhood issue because it does become life consuming, just as it had for Alex. The story development was spot on. How everything comes toget I was honestly very excited to get to this book because I thought I remembered the basic premises of it, and I did! I don't remember the conflict that went on and that honestly shocked me at how deep it was. But the story development around it was great! Alex's challenge was quite the challenge and I'm honestly glad that there are books that highlight this childhood issue because it does become life consuming, just as it had for Alex. The story development was spot on. How everything comes together in the end was just like how life works itself out when it needs to at the right time. That's not something highlighted in most teen books, definitely not seen when reading them as a teen, but as an adult, it is great to read. I enjoyed getting to know this mysterious Alex character that isn't that big of a character in the previous books. I feel like her story and personality is much different than the other girls' and it allows a refreshing take from the normal girl point of view. I like reading about their summer from different point of views. Great quick read!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Alana

    This was my second favorite book out of the Camp Confidential books that I have read so far.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lindsey.ashment

    Spoiler Alert! Camp Confidential Alex’s Challenge by Melissa J. Morgan is a fiction book. The theme of this book is that sometimes not everything works out the way you want it to. Many people are good at different things so we learn from each other. This book is about teenage girls going to a camp for the summer. In this book there is some drama between friends and not everyone agrees all the time. Like in school, at this camp you take some classes to learn new things. All the girls and guys ge Spoiler Alert! Camp Confidential Alex’s Challenge by Melissa J. Morgan is a fiction book. The theme of this book is that sometimes not everything works out the way you want it to. Many people are good at different things so we learn from each other. This book is about teenage girls going to a camp for the summer. In this book there is some drama between friends and not everyone agrees all the time. Like in school, at this camp you take some classes to learn new things. All the girls and guys get along and learn the different skills that everyone has. When everyone at the end goes home they realize how much fun they had and everyone is ready for the next summer. Since I am a teenage girl I think this book is really entertaining. The author is really good at explaining the issues that you can have when you are with friends but also that everyone can get along. So I agree with her a lot in the book. This book suggests that everyone should give each other a chance to get to know them. Sometimes in the world people just go by what they have heard but in this book it is about bringing people together. If you are at a camp trying to learn about different people and how they are like you, you will have to pay attention to what they are saying. Sometimes things don’t always go the way you want and you might not end up as close as you thought you were but everyone is similar in different ways. This book would relate to many books. If you have a book that involves teenagers, drama, fun, and differences then they will be alike. The rest of the books in this series all kind of revolve around each other and they are unique in their own ways. This author is also pretty different from a lot of other authors so her books are more unique. This book affected me in very many ways. Just like in this book I have a friend that plays soccer and she has diabetes. She isn’t very open about having diabetes but people do know enough about it that we don’t judge her by how she is. Also, I have gone to some camps in my life and have met many new friends and of course there was some drama. I really enjoyed reading this book and it is great for teenage girls. They will learn that just like them, lots of other girls have the same things going on in their lives also. When tearing friends apart for a couple of days and then bringing them back together everyone usually ends up closer than before. If you read this book you should stop and think a couple times how it relates to you.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Angelika

    The book I read was “Camp Confidential: Alex’s Challenge.” The author of the book is Melissa J. Morgan and it was published in 2005. Alex is a soccer player and she loves sports and winning. Alex’s best friend Brynn loves drama class and always asks Alex to help her practice her lines with her. Alex and her friends love to go to Camp Lakeview every year. This book is informative and practical because it shows us the reality in friendship. This book is about Alex’s and Brynn’s friendship falling The book I read was “Camp Confidential: Alex’s Challenge.” The author of the book is Melissa J. Morgan and it was published in 2005. Alex is a soccer player and she loves sports and winning. Alex’s best friend Brynn loves drama class and always asks Alex to help her practice her lines with her. Alex and her friends love to go to Camp Lakeview every year. This book is informative and practical because it shows us the reality in friendship. This book is about Alex’s and Brynn’s friendship falling apart. When Brynn got closer with Sarah, Alex was mostly with Valerie because they had woodworking together. Alex was confused at first with Brynn because she kept ignoring her. Alex thought that maybe during the game called colorwar they would get back together. All of this happened because Alex went swimming with Valerie instead of Brynn. After this incident Brynn got mad at Alex and made a new friend. What I like about this book is the message in it. You can lose friends through little things also. Just like Alex lost her friend but she did not give up till the end and got her friend back. She tried being nice to Brynn even when she was being rude to her. The thing that I didn’t like about this book is that it’s a little boring in a way. I feel like some of the things were just a little extra. For example she used too much “noise” in this book like “Whoo, hoo.” The book in all was pretty good and interesting.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Hailey Crawford

    This book is about a girl named Alex whose life practically revolves around soccer. Well she has diabetes but no one knows about it exept for the counslors. Which means she is around them most of the time when the other campers think she is just sucking up to them to be little miss perfect. But when Alex and her best friend Brynn get in a fight and the Color War a camp game that they play every year during the last couple of days at camp it all gets to be too much for her. Right when she is abou This book is about a girl named Alex whose life practically revolves around soccer. Well she has diabetes but no one knows about it exept for the counslors. Which means she is around them most of the time when the other campers think she is just sucking up to them to be little miss perfect. But when Alex and her best friend Brynn get in a fight and the Color War a camp game that they play every year during the last couple of days at camp it all gets to be too much for her. Right when she is about to kick in a goal for her team her blood sugar gets really low and she gows into diabetic shock. Everyone gets freaked out a little because no knows she has diabetes. The character I can relate or am most like is Alex because I play sports and use to play soccer and I also have diabetes like Alex does in the story.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Johana Holmes

    Alex Kim is finding the lat two weeks of camp particularly difficultly. on top of now having and ex-bestfriend, the other girls in her bunk are getting suspicious about her eating habits. some of the girls in the bunk think that she might have an eating disorder, but none of them know the real truth: that Alex was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes just last fall. I would recommend this book to anyone because the writing perfectly captures how she was dealing with her ex-bestfriend and keeping her di Alex Kim is finding the lat two weeks of camp particularly difficultly. on top of now having and ex-bestfriend, the other girls in her bunk are getting suspicious about her eating habits. some of the girls in the bunk think that she might have an eating disorder, but none of them know the real truth: that Alex was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes just last fall. I would recommend this book to anyone because the writing perfectly captures how she was dealing with her ex-bestfriend and keeping her diabetes a secrete. After I finished the book I wasn't thinking about how the author could have done a better job, or about a part were the writing wasn't very strong. I was thinking about how happy I was for Alex that it all worked out in the end.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Lm

    I mistakenly thought this was the first in the Camp Confidential series and picked it up as part of my efforts to familiarize myself with popular series for middle schoolers. This series is supposedly targeted at ages 10 - 12, but I can see it being even more popular with a younger crowd. The innocence is refreshing compared to other books about 11 year olds! In this book, the main character suffers with juvenille diabetes, so it is a nice addition for a school library collection seeking to incl I mistakenly thought this was the first in the Camp Confidential series and picked it up as part of my efforts to familiarize myself with popular series for middle schoolers. This series is supposedly targeted at ages 10 - 12, but I can see it being even more popular with a younger crowd. The innocence is refreshing compared to other books about 11 year olds! In this book, the main character suffers with juvenille diabetes, so it is a nice addition for a school library collection seeking to include characters with different physical concerns. Overall, not anything wildly new or exciting, but still a good book.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Meghan

    This is my summary for Camp Confidential Alex’s Challenge: This book was really good and I am enjoying the series. This book was about Alex Kim going to Camp Lakeview for the summer to meet new people or to have fun. Everyone thinks of Alex as a girl who is outing, sporty, and responsible. Now, she is changing her attitude a lot like, being less active and getting out of eating some foods. She is stuck in a situation because she has new and old friends surrounding her but they are starting to res This is my summary for Camp Confidential Alex’s Challenge: This book was really good and I am enjoying the series. This book was about Alex Kim going to Camp Lakeview for the summer to meet new people or to have fun. Everyone thinks of Alex as a girl who is outing, sporty, and responsible. Now, she is changing her attitude a lot like, being less active and getting out of eating some foods. She is stuck in a situation because she has new and old friends surrounding her but they are starting to resent it. Alex is afraid to tell her friends a secret but if she does, she thinks nothing can be the same. Alex is facing a challenge.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Novelist

    I don't know what I was thinking when I bought it, because I didn't read it until at least two years after, but when I did I thought it was a really good book, and now, the best one in the series. Haven't read them all yet though. I don't know what I was thinking when I bought it, because I didn't read it until at least two years after, but when I did I thought it was a really good book, and now, the best one in the series. Haven't read them all yet though.

  15. 4 out of 5

    10-12 Jaycie

    This out of the firt four was the worst. But it was still okay. She is verry athletic but through out the whole story it talkes about the same thing!!!! SPORTS! Sometimes I felt like okay, okay i get it! Shes ubsessed with soccer we all know.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Dhinu

    I ve just got to say that -hands down!-this is one of the best books ive ever read.it is actually realistic and it relates to real relationships and problems yet its written in a way that made me want to read it!I look forward to reading the rest if the series!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Alicia Herret

    Very good. I liked it very much.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kylie

    It is a great book because it has mixed up feelings and it shows a lot of friendship

  19. 5 out of 5

    Yaoyao Pei

    It starts very mysteriously and I just wanted to finish the book!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ellie

    not the best in the series but still a good read!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    Alex has many challenges. She goes to a new camp so she has to fit in.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jazzie Suknanan

    One of the ebst books in the camp confidential series. Even though Alex isn't exactly my favorite character she gets a major spotlight in thsi booK! One of the ebst books in the camp confidential series. Even though Alex isn't exactly my favorite character she gets a major spotlight in thsi booK!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Bismah

    I didn't like it that much. Kind of boring I didn't like it that much. Kind of boring

  24. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    This book is intense. Alex tries not to get into boys, but she's falling for one of them. Plus, Alex has this thing...... this problem......I'm not gonna tell. Just read the book! This book is intense. Alex tries not to get into boys, but she's falling for one of them. Plus, Alex has this thing...... this problem......I'm not gonna tell. Just read the book!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ramnik

    it was reali, reali easy but a good book

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kristen

    This book was great!!! Alex has to watch watch she eats because of her diabetes. When she cracks under pressure she learns he hard way that taking care of your health is very important.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    i wonder what is alex's problem about not getting to eat junk food? i wonder what is alex's problem about not getting to eat junk food?

  28. 5 out of 5

    Steph

    This is the same as all the other Camp Confidential books: short, easy, fun, simple, light, tweens not teens.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    i liked it the end was exciting

  30. 5 out of 5

    Hanna

    i loved this book just like the first, book, but it was sort of better:)

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