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  • Author:
    Diane Falanga
  • ISBN:
    0810982951
  • ISBN13:
    978-0810982956
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  • Publisher:
    Abrams Image; 1 edition (May 1, 2010)
  • Pages:
    160 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Humor
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    1289 kb
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    1144 kb
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    1516 kb
  • Rating:
    4.6
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    654
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Diane Falanga, author of ". Weekend Journal: . I Hate it Here, More Kids’ Letters from Camp," reflects on some of the greatest letters she’s come across. I Hate It Here: Kids' Letters from Camp. August 15, 2012 ·. com. i-still-h. us995. I Hate It Here: Kids' Letters from Camp

Kids' Letters from Camp Paperback – May 1, 2010. by Diane Falanga (Author). Diane Falanga, a mother of two, was inspired to put this book together after receiving her eight-year-old daughter's hilarious letters home from camp.

Kids' Letters from Camp Paperback – May 1, 2010. After sharing her story with a number of friends, and sending e-mails across the country she was able to gather a few hundred laugh-out-loud letters for this collection.

Последние твиты от Diane Falanga (efalanga). Mom of 2, wrote a book called . Kids' Letters From Camp. Interior designer,founder of Heart Homes Initiative of Designs for Dignity. I Hate It Here! Kids' Letters From Camp.

For every parent who's ever received a letter from a homesick child or anybody who's ever written their parents with crazy requests from their bunk, . I Hate It Here: Kids' Letters From Camp will delight with hilarious and heartwarming real-life letters. In the bestselling tradition of nostalgic looks at classic rites of passage, such as Camp Camp and Bar Mitzvah Disco, .

Kids just left for sleepaway camp? See how their letters from home measure up to the humorous missives in the new book ". I Hate It Here: Kids' Letters From Camp" by Diane Falanga, a collection of more than 150 real letters. I Hate It Here' compiles notes home from camp with love - a handsome, actually quite beautiful, little book. Trust me when I tell you that not only will your kids get a kick out of the amazingly funny letters contained in this book, you and your friends will too. - Chicago Parent Magazine

In the uproarious sequel to her 2010 book, ". I Still Hate It Here!

In the uproarious sequel to her 2010 book, ". I Hate It Here," one-time camp-letter recipient Diane Falanga has collected some true gems - eight of which you can read in the slideshow below. If you're still unsure whether it's appropriate to send cell phones to camp, this book may sway you to toward the old-fashioned world of paper and pen. Somehow, we don't think a book of "Texts From Camp" would have nearly as much character; for one thing, just think what autocorrect would do to the kids' most adorable misspellings. I Still Hate It Here!

Diane Falanga has gathered some of the funniest letters from camp that you will ever read. This is actually her second book of camp letters and was compiled from thousands of submissions. It's not just a re-written compilation of the letters, either.

Diane Falanga has gathered some of the funniest letters from camp that you will ever read. The pages of this book are full of copies of the actual letters kids wrote, complete with grammar errors that would make an English teacher cringe and an abundance of hearts and sloppy kid handwriting. Reading these letters brought back some of my own camp memories, most of them good, but a few of them worthy of sad letters home

For every parent who’s ever received a letter from a homesick child or anybody who’s ever written their parents with crazy requests from their bunk, P.S. I Hate It Here: Kids’ Letters From Camp will delight with hilarious and heartwarming real-life letters. In the bestselling tradition of nostalgic looks at classic rites of passage, such asCamp Camp and Bar Mitzvah Disco, P.S. I Hate It Here: Kids’ Letters from Camp captures a childhood experience shared by millions. This collection of real letters written by children ages eight to sixteen to their parents about their adventures at summer camp are laugh-out-loud funny and will have readers reminiscing about their own camp days. More than 150 letters cover all the imaginable scenarios of sleep away camp, from acing the cabin lice inspection, to rowing in the “ricotta” race, to breaking the bad news about a retainer lost in the wilderness. These letters reveal that kids are wittier and more sophisticated than we might assume, and that the experience of being away from home for the first time creates hilarious and lasting memories.Inspired by her daughter's "melodramatic rants" from camp, Diane Falanga collected 150 hilarious, poignant letters from kids 8-16 ... Read it and remember.- People MagazineWhether your kid is in camp or you cherish your own memories of s'mores and Color Wars, you'll get a kick out of P.S. I Hate It Here! , a book of real-life, laugh-out-loud letters from camp.- Redbook MagazineKids just left for sleepaway camp? See how their letters from home measure up to the humorous missives in the new book "P.S. I Hate It Here: Kids' Letters From Camp" by Diane Falanga, a collection of more than 150 real letters.- Newsday 'P.S. I Hate It Here' compiles notes home from camp with love - a handsome, actually quite beautiful, little book.- Chicago Tribune Trust me when I tell you that not only will your kids get a kick out of the amazingly funny letters contained in this book, you and your friends will too.- Chicago Parent MagazineThis collection of kids' actual letters home brings back all the hilarity and homesickness of sleepaway camp. Each image displays children's creative spelling, their pleading to be picked up or for permission to stay "just two more weeks." Parents and seasoned campers will enjoy reading this collection and laughing at (or commiserating with) these familiar dilemnas: "I hate it here! The letter before this about me starting to have fun was not true ..."- San Diego Family Magazine

superstar
This is hysterical. Great as a coffee table addition for your home or as a unique gift. Perfect for both readers and non readers. Kids say the darndest things!
Olwado
My husband and I loved this book. We laughed so hard because we "knew" these kids. We had experienced the camp letters for several years with our oldest daughter. This book made us dig out those old letters from her and read them over and enjoy them anew. Being a teenager now, none of these seemed funny to her. I will keep her letters with the book and, years from now when she sends her own kids off to camp, I will give her the whole bundle. I am sure then she will appreciate them more from a different perspective.
Anarawield
I purchased this book as a parent-to-be hoping for some good laughs. I was disappointed that the content wasn't as funny as I had hoped. It was cute, but not enough for me to even finish the book.

In its defense, part of the problem was that this content is NOT very compatible on the Kindle. Many of the letters were difficult to read because of the size or font. So the challenge of trying to read it added to my disappointment.
Wyameluna
The book has some cute and funny letters. But since they decided to print the letters in the kids own handwriting instead of typing them. It made for some difficult reading at times
Abywis
BAHAHAHA!!!
This is hilarious. LOVE to read these letters from camp.
If you were every a camp kid this is a must buy.
Great Coffee Book Table for in the cabin in the woods :)
Doukree
After seeing this author and review on The Today Show, I knew I had to have it. What a wonderful read! I wish I had this before sending my own daughter to camp in the 70's LOL It brought back a lot of memories and I am getting more copies to give as Christmas gifts this year. Love a book that makes you laugh out loud!!
Purebinder
I enjoyed most of the letters in this book, but if you are reading it on a Kindle, some of the pages are unreadable due to contrast or some other issue. That made it, overall, a disappointing reading experience.
I loved this book! It's been some time since I've read something that I immediately wanted to share with everyone I know. I passed the book on to my husband as soon as I finished it, and stood reading over his shoulder so I could point out my favorite letters. My kids also devoured the book, and it continues to be a reference point for our family as we have started many conversations with "Remember the letter where the kid...." I highly recommend P.S. I Hate It Here!