Book Review:Camp Outlook


Camp Outlook

by Brenda Baker

Second Story Press

ChristianTeens & YA

Pub Date 11 Mar 2014

I was given a copy of Camp Outlook through the publisher and their partnership with Netgalley in exchange for my honest review which is as follows:

When Shannon became an atheist for the first and second time she kept it a secret.  The Summer of Seventh Grade her parents decide to enroll her in a Christian camp Camp Outlook.  just after her Mother gave birth to their second child.  Shannon’s baby brother.  Her Little brother is born with Down Syndrome.

At Camp Shannon meets a girl named Ella a girl who is on the Autistic Spectrum her friendship with this girl helps her to look at her baby brother in a better way, and it helps her to open her eyes up to the fact that God is real.

Camp Outlook is more than a coming of age story, its a coming of faith story as well as a story that teaches the readers that those with disabilities are not so different.
I give this book five out of five stars.

Happy Reading


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