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Jenna is a Camp Lakeview legend, famed for the pranks she pulls. But frustrated by her over-protective sister and too-perfect brother, her practical jokes seem to be getting less and less funny this summer. Is it just sibling strife or is something else going on?


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Jenna is a Camp Lakeview legend, famed for the pranks she pulls. But frustrated by her over-protective sister and too-perfect brother, her practical jokes seem to be getting less and less funny this summer. Is it just sibling strife or is something else going on?

30 review for Prankster Queen

  1. 5 out of 5

    Patricia (Patricia's Particularity)

    Jenna's Dilemma doesn't miss a beat, welcoming us back into Bunk 3C at Lakeview Camp. This time we are one Jenna's journey through camp. Jenna has her own light, being known as the camp prankster, having pulled pranks literally every summer. This year it is more important than ever for Jenna to prove her individuality. Jenna finds herself becoming angry and upset at her constant siblings' "intrusions" and pressence in her camp life. Her sister is friends wither her counselor and Jenna is paired Jenna's Dilemma doesn't miss a beat, welcoming us back into Bunk 3C at Lakeview Camp. This time we are one Jenna's journey through camp. Jenna has her own light, being known as the camp prankster, having pulled pranks literally every summer. This year it is more important than ever for Jenna to prove her individuality. Jenna finds herself becoming angry and upset at her constant siblings' "intrusions" and pressence in her camp life. Her sister is friends wither her counselor and Jenna is paired with her brother for their extra activity in photography. No matter how hard she tries she just can't seem to get away from there. Meanwhile, time is quickly approaching the yearly Camp Social Dance. Chosen to be on the planning committee, Jenna sees this as an opportunity to finally be happy this year. Unfortunately, she finds herself still upset and plans a prank that can end very badly for her. Melissa J. Morgan's second installment in her Camp Confidential series is just as much fun as the first. Jenna is a witty, fun and sneaky character, with heart and soul. While Jenna is more concerned about having fun this summer, learning how to swim to the next level and pulling pranks, her bunk mates and every other camper seems to be more concerned about getting a date for the Camp Social. You know from the very beginning that Jenna has something brewing inside her, and you pretty much guess right away what is going on with her. But that is not the point of this novel. You get to see Jenna change over the summer, learning how to come to terms with some things that she cannot control. Even more so, Jenna's friends remain by her side even after she risks loosing them all. Jenna's Dilemma is written in a fun and easy manner, making this a very quick read. Melissa J. Morgan has once again made summer camping fun and thrilling. She has wonderfully created characters that you want to get to know more, wanting to know what happens to them after we leave them and even when they go home at the end of the summer. Knowing that this happens further into the series, I cannot wait to continue reading more about the girls of Bunk 3C and watching them grow as individuals and as friends.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Daniella

    Jenna's Dilemma A girl who goes to summer-camp in a forest and knows everything and everyone. She plays pranks on the newbies and her obnoxious twin brother. The problem is that she can't dive with all of the other people her age and her brother showing off and being in the highest group while she is stuck a couple levels below that.Jenna also has to put up with her annoying sister who babies her like shes her mother.What more can go wrong at summer-camp? Oh right, shes the only one this year w Jenna's Dilemma A girl who goes to summer-camp in a forest and knows everything and everyone. She plays pranks on the newbies and her obnoxious twin brother. The problem is that she can't dive with all of the other people her age and her brother showing off and being in the highest group while she is stuck a couple levels below that.Jenna also has to put up with her annoying sister who babies her like shes her mother.What more can go wrong at summer-camp? Oh right, shes the only one this year without a date to the camp social(dance)!Her "oh-so-perfect" parents are coming to parent night who always treats her like they miss her and give her goodies to come back. And the newbies are taking over! The book Jenna's Dilemma is one of the worst stories I have ever read! It's very boring and nothing is going on. The problems she faces are very minor and is a very easy reading level. It's like when your bored and it's raining outside and all you have to do is play board games for 4 hours. It just rambles on and on about nothing! While you wait for the exciting "action and drama" in the book it's already over. This is book #2 in the series of Camp Confidential but I do not recommend the other books either because it's just the other girls at the camp other side of the story on the same year. Some of the characters are interesting but nothing else is exciting.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jada Smith-Lopez

    in this book I felt was very slow because there was not a lot going on until the end of the book and also like when she starts going to this camp and writing all these letters to from the camp i started to get confused of why she was writing them and then when I had gotten to the end of the book I relized it was to a person that she was very close to.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Maya

    My Personal Essay Sisters should never try to overshadow each other because it may lead to a life long distance and you don’t want that. Overshadowing may lead to arguments and fighting. For example, at thanks giving dinner my uncles were asking Arrielle and I about our future careers. Every time I said something she would try to add something to hers making it sound better than mines. Of course Arrielle kept on going with her uninteresting career and blahh, blahh, blahh. Just like on thanks giv My Personal Essay Sisters should never try to overshadow each other because it may lead to a life long distance and you don’t want that. Overshadowing may lead to arguments and fighting. For example, at thanks giving dinner my uncles were asking Arrielle and I about our future careers. Every time I said something she would try to add something to hers making it sound better than mines. Of course Arrielle kept on going with her uninteresting career and blahh, blahh, blahh. Just like on thanks giving Arrielle thought she was so much cooler than me when Arrielle was drawing Herminie from Harry Potter and I kept on trying to make a dog that looked better than a life like picture of Herminie. I was really angry that day because my mommy ended up framing Herminie, but where’s my doggy at? Well, that’s a good question how about we ask the garbage man. As a matter of fact we still have old Herminie, hanging up in our kitchen, but she couldn’t hang up my doggy even if she thought it was ugly come on I was six. Then, there was a time when I got mad at my parents because they bought Arrielle a new coat and not me. And remind you I really wanted that coat; Arrielle didn’t even like it she just wanted to keep it because she knew I wanted it. She even said it. TO MY FACE! How rude. Moreover, I feel that sisters should not try to overshadow each other. Overshadowing can make you not even want to talk to the person nor live with them. Distancing your self from your own brother or sister is really sad and you wouldn’t want it. Sisters should not try to overshadow one another because it may lead to any of my experiences.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Meghan

    Summary of Camp Confidential Jenna’s Dilemma: Jenna bloom has been coming to camp lake view for a long time. Jenna used to like having her two siblings with her at camp but now she want to be her own person. Jenna is known for her outgoing and fun personalities along with pranks but know she is getting more and more frustrated. Plus her jokes are getting lame.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jazzie Suknanan

    An okay book. unlike most books I've read in the past this one took me a while to finish becuase it wasn't that interesting. An okay book. unlike most books I've read in the past this one took me a while to finish becuase it wasn't that interesting.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    DNF. Jenna's Dilemma had too many characters to keep track of, and not enough of a plot. DNF. Jenna's Dilemma had too many characters to keep track of, and not enough of a plot.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lianna Kendig

    (LL) This book is better than the first, but it’s mostly due to Jenna being a relatable character. It still has some problematic language and situations, but it isn’t as bad as the first book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Whitney N. Spires

    This is a great book

  10. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Mckelvy

    Jenna's Dilemma doesn't miss a beat, welcoming us back into Bunk 3C at Lakeview Camp. This time we are one Jenna's journey through camp. Jenna has her own light, being known as the camp prankster, having pulled pranks literally every summer. This year it is more important than ever for Jenna to prove her individuality. Jenna finds herself becoming angry and upset at her constant siblings' "intrusions" and pressence in her camp life. Her sister is friends wither her counselor and Jenna is paired Jenna's Dilemma doesn't miss a beat, welcoming us back into Bunk 3C at Lakeview Camp. This time we are one Jenna's journey through camp. Jenna has her own light, being known as the camp prankster, having pulled pranks literally every summer. This year it is more important than ever for Jenna to prove her individuality. Jenna finds herself becoming angry and upset at her constant siblings' "intrusions" and pressence in her camp life. Her sister is friends wither her counselor and Jenna is paired with her brother for their extra activity in photography. No matter how hard she tries she just can't seem to get away from there. Meanwhile, time is quickly approaching the yearly Camp Social Dance. Chosen to be on the planning committee, Jenna sees this as an opportunity to finally be happy this year. Unfortunately, she finds herself still upset and plans a prank that can end very badly for her. Melissa J. Morgan's second installment in her Camp Confidential series is just as much fun as the first. Jenna is a witty, fun and sneaky character, with heart and soul. While Jenna is more concerned about having fun this summer, learning how to swim to the next level and pulling pranks, her bunk mates and every other camper seems to be more concerned about getting a date for the Camp Social. You know from the very beginning that Jenna has something brewing inside her, and you pretty much guess right away what is going on with her. But that is not the point of this novel. You get to see Jenna change over the summer, learning how to come to terms with some things that she cannot control. Even more so, Jenna's friends remain by her side even after she risks loosing them all. Jenna's Dilemma is written in a fun and easy manner, making this a very quick read. Melissa J. Morgan has once again made summer camping fun and thrilling. She has wonderfully created characters that you want to get to know more, wanting to know what happens to them after we leave them and even when they go home at the end of the summer. Knowing that this happens further into the series, I cannot wait to continue reading more about the girls of Bunk 3C and watching them grow as individuals and as friends.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kayla Plutzer

    I dont remember this series but I know I LOVED IT

  12. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    This book is all about Jenna and her and her crazy pranks and annoying family. Jenna is like a legend at camp everyone know and loves her. But the camp also knows her twin brother and her older CIT sister Stephanie. Also in a way her mom and dad are pretty popular to sending deserts to Jenna every week. Jenna is not being very fond of her family and they are kind of making her look bad and treating her like a baby. Jenna is also usually really bubbly and outgoing but this yea it's different she' This book is all about Jenna and her and her crazy pranks and annoying family. Jenna is like a legend at camp everyone know and loves her. But the camp also knows her twin brother and her older CIT sister Stephanie. Also in a way her mom and dad are pretty popular to sending deserts to Jenna every week. Jenna is not being very fond of her family and they are kind of making her look bad and treating her like a baby. Jenna is also usually really bubbly and outgoing but this yea it's different she's just not the same anymore. Jenna then try's to get a little happier by doing the biggest prank eve but that kind of back fires and she goes a little to far. Jenna just once a little independence but is having a lot of trouble. She is also having a little trouble with boys because usually all the girls at camp are not really into guys but this Yeager with a little help from Nat they all started getting into them. So when they found out their was a fancy dance at camp they all had a date except for Jenna and hat was just terrible for her. Her big severity does get reveled but I'm not going to spoil it. Jenna does end up having a great summer! I just love this series I have read two and it reminds me so much of the camp that I go to every year. I really like the story line and I just didn't want to spoil this book because it is just really good. I think this book is a lot better then the first book in the series because I relate a little bit more. I would defiantly recommend this for a easy but fun book for any one who loves camp and a little bit of drama. I really do like the book.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Tyler

    It has taken me awhile to write this review, but I am so glad to be reading this series again. It brings me back to that age and remembering how weird the world is and my emotions and what it was like to be a tween. This second book continues the summer with Jenna's point of view. I can definitely sympathize with Jenna's character for the fact that when one big thing occupies your mind, it almost feels like you're struggling to keep everything in your life going uphill even when it doesn't need It has taken me awhile to write this review, but I am so glad to be reading this series again. It brings me back to that age and remembering how weird the world is and my emotions and what it was like to be a tween. This second book continues the summer with Jenna's point of view. I can definitely sympathize with Jenna's character for the fact that when one big thing occupies your mind, it almost feels like you're struggling to keep everything in your life going uphill even when it doesn't need to be. So then your mind is clouded and you're basically seeing the world through skewed lenses and it's not fun. It's heavy and burdensome and for the most part, you don't even know why. Rereading this book has shown me the lessen that I missed as a tween. I enjoy how relatable and understandable the emotions and the character development is. I also enjoy all of the camp aspects (especially since I've never been to a sleep-away summer camp). Morgan does a great job with the story line and the plot. This book is a quick read, so it's constantly moving so there is no lull anywhere in the book. It's a good mental break from reality.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lm

    Another fun book from the Camp Confidential series. I like how each book is full of light-hearted camp adventures, but also focuses on a more serious subject that might affect some of the series' readers (divorce, physical illness, feeling like one doesn't fit in). Also, while all are written in the third person, they are each told from the perspective of a different character. In other books, Jenna comes across as a bit of a know-it-all braggart, but in this book, told from her perspective, we Another fun book from the Camp Confidential series. I like how each book is full of light-hearted camp adventures, but also focuses on a more serious subject that might affect some of the series' readers (divorce, physical illness, feeling like one doesn't fit in). Also, while all are written in the third person, they are each told from the perspective of a different character. In other books, Jenna comes across as a bit of a know-it-all braggart, but in this book, told from her perspective, we gain insight into her thoughts and motivators and can understand why she behaves the way she does. I'm totally too old to be enjoying these books so much! :)

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sherrie

    This is a series of books by Melissa J. Morgan. I'm not sure how many are in the series, but my library has quite a few of them. They are full of fun and antics of 9 to 10 year old girls. This book is all about camp. Jenna is in Bunk 3C this year. She's a veteran of camp and there are several new girls this year. Jenna always plays a prank on the new girls. What will her prank be this year? Will it work or flop? You'll have to read the book to find out. This is a series of books by Melissa J. Morgan. I'm not sure how many are in the series, but my library has quite a few of them. They are full of fun and antics of 9 to 10 year old girls. This book is all about camp. Jenna is in Bunk 3C this year. She's a veteran of camp and there are several new girls this year. Jenna always plays a prank on the new girls. What will her prank be this year? Will it work or flop? You'll have to read the book to find out.

  16. 5 out of 5

    girlpower12121

    I don't know why I am bothering with these but they make for easy reads and I want to finish my year challenge! So anywho. I did'nt mind it....It was not as interesting as I would have hoped, this one boring me the most but im going to put through all the rest cause Im a legend. I like the whol concept of the camp. I would love to go to a summer camp like this. Anyway 3/5 for me. MJ_Lover xx I don't know why I am bothering with these but they make for easy reads and I want to finish my year challenge! So anywho. I did'nt mind it....It was not as interesting as I would have hoped, this one boring me the most but im going to put through all the rest cause Im a legend. I like the whol concept of the camp. I would love to go to a summer camp like this. Anyway 3/5 for me. MJ_Lover xx

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ariyanna

    I Thought This Book Was Really Good How She Was Writing To Her Brother And How It Was Going Into Really Good Details And I Really Love How She Told Her Brother Not To Get I Trouble But He Always Gets Into Trouble And How She Love CHEESE And How He Was Going To Send Her Some Cheese From Camp And I Wish She Could Of Talked About Her Family More Good Job:Melissa J. Morgan

  18. 5 out of 5

    Laina SpareTime

    This is really, really cute. It's one of those "girl groups doing things" books, you know? Think Baby-Sitters Club or Sleepover Friends, but modernized. Or that one series, Camp Sunnyside, would probably be pretty similar. (I own a copy of one, but have not read it.) Read the rest on my blog. This is really, really cute. It's one of those "girl groups doing things" books, you know? Think Baby-Sitters Club or Sleepover Friends, but modernized. Or that one series, Camp Sunnyside, would probably be pretty similar. (I own a copy of one, but have not read it.) Read the rest on my blog.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Akshata Prabhu

    This book mostly tells us about the life of Jenna , a prankster among her friends , in Camp Lakeside View . Since her 3 older siblings have already attended the same camp before , she doesnt want to be treated as just "one of the Bloom kids" , but is constantly searching for opportunities to become a legacy in the Camp through her various pranks. Good for readers 12 and above This book mostly tells us about the life of Jenna , a prankster among her friends , in Camp Lakeside View . Since her 3 older siblings have already attended the same camp before , she doesnt want to be treated as just "one of the Bloom kids" , but is constantly searching for opportunities to become a legacy in the Camp through her various pranks. Good for readers 12 and above

  20. 4 out of 5

    R♥ A♥ I♥ N♥ B♥ O♥ W♥ Z!

    Wow, this one is even more like Camp Numanu then the first! I can totally relate to how she felt on the whole Diving thing. Thats how i felt when i was doing the Swim Test. I thought i was going to have a Asthma attack and fail but--i did have a asthma attack but i still passed! OH, and i love the part when she has to find a date--i haven't quite through anymore.... Wow, this one is even more like Camp Numanu then the first! I can totally relate to how she felt on the whole Diving thing. Thats how i felt when i was doing the Swim Test. I thought i was going to have a Asthma attack and fail but--i did have a asthma attack but i still passed! OH, and i love the part when she has to find a date--i haven't quite through anymore....

  21. 4 out of 5

    Mared Owen

    I'd really give it a 4 and 2/3 but, annoyingly, you can't do that. It was eally enjoyable, and you could read it quickly. If I wanted a lightt-reading, this would be one good book. I'mreading New Moon now, and because it's pretty dragging and dark, this was a nice break, especially at th start of term. I'd really give it a 4 and 2/3 but, annoyingly, you can't do that. It was eally enjoyable, and you could read it quickly. If I wanted a lightt-reading, this would be one good book. I'mreading New Moon now, and because it's pretty dragging and dark, this was a nice break, especially at th start of term.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sylvia

    I likes this one a lot, because It was about Jenna! I like her because she is so mischievous!I've always wanted to play a lot of pranks like Jenna, but 1, I can never think of any good ones, and 2, I would get caught! So I am fine reading about it for now. I'd give it 4 and a half stars if I could. I likes this one a lot, because It was about Jenna! I like her because she is so mischievous!I've always wanted to play a lot of pranks like Jenna, but 1, I can never think of any good ones, and 2, I would get caught! So I am fine reading about it for now. I'd give it 4 and a half stars if I could.

  23. 5 out of 5

    its the Wild Child (Mel)

    This was actually a very boring book, I liked better the first book only. It took me more than 2 months to finish, not because I am a slow reader but becasue of the boring plot. This was very boring to read

  24. 4 out of 5

    Alicia Herret

    Very good. I liked it very much.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Bgirlsyd02

    ok dont need 2 say anymore

  26. 4 out of 5

    Gina

    Still pretty good but life goes on...

  27. 5 out of 5

    Hailey

    good book. i love these series

  28. 5 out of 5

    Cassie

    I am starting this after the first one.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    this book is full of drama. It has a mixture of romance boys friendship and family.I recomend this book to girls who love to read drama and romance books

  30. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

    all of these books are ok

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