Susan soon learns she's dealing with five very different ten-year-olds. Donna is homesick while Janie is shy. Ann's passion is sketching. Micky, the experienced camper, vies with Lynn, a spoiled brat, for bunk leadership.
How can she handle these youngsters' problems and mold them into one compatible unit in eight weeks? How does she foster the character of these youngsters? How does her own character grow during the summer? Does she devote all her of time to her girls or establish a lasting relationship with Jerry Martin, the waterfront head? In the midst of everything, how does she handle another counselor's vicious jealousy over her relationship with Jerry?
A Summer at Camp Floridian covers daily activities, Visitors Day, the prom, the banquet, an overnight, the play and more. For the romantic touch, Susan has dates with Jerry. Danger strikes when a snake bites one camper; and, another later goes missing.
It's ideal for parents and grandparents who want to give children a book without profanity, sex, violence, or werewolves.