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*Date Him or Dump Him?: The Campfire Crush (A Choose Your Boyfriend Book)* by Cylin Busby- young readers fantasy book review
 
Also by Cylin Busby:

Date Him or Dump Him?: The Dance Dilemma (A Choose Your Boyfriend Book)
Date Him or Dump Him?: The Campfire Crush (A Choose Your Boyfriend Book)
by Cylin Busby
Ages 9-12 176 pages Bloomsbury USA May 2007 Paperback    

In this interactive adventure, youíre a junior counselor at Camp Butterfield. Not only are you in charge of the younger kids; youíre also in charge of your own destiny as you maneuver your way through the storylines, picking and choosing what action to take that may or may not bring you closer to romance.

Will you go swimming at the lake with Seth, or go whitewater rafting with Rob? Will you go horseback riding with Eli or sit and talk to Eric? Will you hold hands or not? Should you kiss or not? Will you handle the crisis yourself or get help?

There are so many dilemmas and questions and itís up to you to decide what the best outcome will be so you end up with the right guy. But, with all the possible endings, you have a chance to rethink your action, change your mind and head down a different path to find the happiest ending for yourself.

Cylin Busby has written another fun book aimed at girls ages 10 and up to test their social smarts and romantic instincts. A perfect interactive book for young girls at get-togethers and sleepovers that is sure to bring smiles and laughter. Recommended.
 
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