CampCreepyTime is not temporarily out of stock, at least this version. It's out of stock for good. The writing team and the publishing company have agreed to part company. This first edition will be very collectible or at least hard to come by --- while we edit and publish a new version, along with a sequel and a couple of surprises.
Time for the revolution, comrades.
Einstein P. Fleet
CampCreepyTime was an AMAZING book! I really like all of the characters personalities. Camp Creepy Time is very suspenseful, and I never knew what was coming next. I liked it was also really funny. Overall, this book was GREAT!
Great summer read for the brighter, hipper kids around.
My daughter, Alice, loved it and uses it as a baby-sitting tool. Reading chapters to keep her charges enthralled and engaged for an evening of summer sitting. Of course, she reads to those slightly older and not easily scared kids with their parent's permission.
Alice is interested in knowing what Einstein will be up to next. She found a kindred spirit in EF's point of view about everyday things and was highly entertained by his ingenuity.
Nurse Knockwurst, by far her favorite villainess! Keep the creepy coming!!
Einstein P. Fleet rocks! And so does Camp Creepy Time!
I'm reading this book to my son and he just loves it. He especially likes Einstein, the main character. CampCreepyTime is filled with aliens, ghosts, and all sorts of monsters that Einstein has to outwit in order to survive camp. Einstein also outwits the camp bully and stands up for himself and his friends in the process. We like that and we love the book. I'll read it again on my own!
Camp Creepy Time - An Enjoyable Read For Any Age Group
CampCreepyTime is an enjoyable read for any age group. For all those who have gone or currently going to sleep away camps, this is such fun and will bring back those nostalgic memories. This is a GREAT gift for all ages.
Einstein P. Fleet, a thirteen-year old computer whiz, is shipped off to camp in the middle of the Mojave Desert for a summer of fun and fresh air. The food sucks, the facilities are rotting, the camp is haunted, his fellow campers are turning into monsters, and his counselor are actually aliens that intend to abduct the kids and sell them to an intergalactic zoo. Einstein tries to relay his dire situation to his parents, but they don't believe a word of it. The only problem is that it's all true. leaving Einstein to save himself and the others. A hilarious blend of sci-fi and pop culture, which was optioned by DreamWorks for an upcoming motion picture.