Geography Club's Russel Middlebrook is back, and he and his friends are off to work as counselors at a summer camp. Brent Hartinger's third novel is the story of Indian legends, skinny–dipping in moonlit coves, and passionate summer romance. It's also the story of Russel's latest club, the Order of the Poison Oak, a secret society dedicated to helping its members see life's hidden beauty and accept its sometimes painful sting.
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Brent Hartinger has been a full-time author for many years, writing novels, plays, and screenplays. He lives in Washington State. Among his books are Geography Club and its sequel, The Order of the Poison Oak, as well as The Last Chance Texaco and Split Screen. Like Dave and his friends, as a teenager he resisted getting a job for as long as possible but finally was forced by his parents to go to work as a lifeguard at age sixteen. He still smells like coconut sunblock.Review:
“Honest, tender, funny, first-person narrative.” (ALA Booklist)
“ ... a nice change from more angst-ridden stories of young gay relationships.” (Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books)
“...Hartinger’s novel will definitely score big with teens hankering for a sequel to Geography Club...” (School Library Journal)
“This is a funny, touching novel ... a book that stays with you long after you’ve finished it....” (Midwest Book Review)
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