Werewolves Don't Go to Summer Camp

by Debbie Dadey
Series: The Bailey School Kids #2
92 pages, Fantasy
Reviewed by bookRacoon

Pretty fun read, with a few scary moments.


Note: This series was co-authored by Debbie Dadey and Marcia Thornton Jones.

When Howie, Eddie, Liza, and Melody go off to summer camp, they can't help but notice their counselor's dog-like habits. The more they see him, the more they ask themselves: could Mr. Jenkins really be a werewolf?


The morality is not very good or bad. The children do break into Mr. Jenkins' cabin because they feel they need to learn more about who he is in order to protect their friends. The rest of the book is just about their adventure at Camp Lone Wolf.

Spiritual Content

Werewolves are parts of legends; sometimes they are very violent, as far as these legends go.


Some kids say that Mr. Jenkins would eat them up and use the skinny children as toothpicks.

Drug and Alcohol Content


Sexual Content


Crude or Profane Language or Content



Fun read, but keep in mind that it is about werewolves. Also, this book implies that Jenkins is a werewolf, but leaves the final decision to the reader.

Fun Score: 4
Values Score: 3.5
Written for Age: 8-10

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