I'll stay. It will be okay here, it seems like a nice place.
Maybe I misheard? Nobody else seems fazed.. nobody?
Please, don't leave me alone here..
This scene is at the beginning of the book. This is where the main character, Charlie, is going to a week long camp but is nervous about it. She reassures herself it will be okay.
God, i'm such a pushover.
This scene is still early in the book. This is when the counselor is talking to the other campers about a ceremony they will preform at the end of the week. She calls it a whitening ceremony which upsets Charlie.
This scene is in the middle of the book. Charlie is having second thoughts about the camp and doesn't want to be alone. She feels left out and finds the mountain climbing activities difficult.
This is another middle scene. One of the counselors pulled her over away from the other campers and asked her why she was drifting behind. The truth was, she was tired, but Charlie felt bad and told her she was just cramping, not admitting the truth.
This scene is towards the end. Charlie and her new friend, Sydney, relax and enjoy the view of a naturally made lake. Another camper sits down next to them, and after a few minutes of small talk they admire the view together.
During the ceremony, Charlie and Sydney are laughing and making light-humored jokes because some of the stuff said is unrealistic. This shows how Charlie made a friend and had fun, meaning she didn't regret going to the camp after all.