Award-Winning Novels By Elaine Wolf,
Description: CAMP is a young adult coming-of-age novel about a high school girl who faces bullying at summer camp as she begins to discover the truth about her mother, who holds a dark secret. CAMP was given "a perfect 10!" by VOYA (Voice of Youth Advocates), and it was named a first place winner by the Forward National Literature Award Committee. In addition, CAMP appears on "Publishers Weekly Bullying Resources: A Selected Listing." Booklist says CAMP is "tough to stop reading...rings sadly true." The novel is appropriate for teens and adults alike, and it's a great story for parents and teens to share. DANNY'S MOM is a novel about a mother who risks her career and her marriage when she speaks out against bullying and homophobia in the explosive high school in which she works. A review in The Denver Post states: "You think only students have to deal with bullying and backstabbing in high school? Think again. Wolf's heroine, a guidance counselor, fights back." Other reviewers say, "Wolf writes with insight and authority about an issue that society cannot afford to ignore" and call DANNY'S MOM "a must read" for everyone who cares about children and education. CAMP and DANNY'S MOM were each selected as a Book of the Month by the Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center of Nassau County, New York, which honored the author, Elaine Wolf, with its 2013 Community Upstander Award. For more information, please visit authorelainewolf.com.
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