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TBH #4: TBH IDK What's Next - cover

TBH #4: TBH IDK What's Next

Lisa Greenwald

Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books

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Summary

Three BFFs set out to have the BEST SUMMER EVER in the fourth book in this addictive series told entirely in text messages. This middle grade novel is an excellent choice for tween readers in grades 5 to 6, especially during homeschooling. It’s a fun way to keep your child entertained and engaged while not in the classroom. 
  
BFFAEs Prianka, Cece, and Gabby are ready to have an unforgettable summer—but they don’t agree on what that means. 
For Cece and Gabby, everything is CAMP, CAMP, CAMP! But Prianka wants to forget about sleeping in the woods and hang out at the pool before her big family trip to India. Gabby won’t stop obsessing over the likes on her camp photos while Cece won’t pick up her phone at all.  
With “back-to-school” looming and relationships changing at lightning speed, can CPG4Eva sort out their differences before classes start and things really change?

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