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Publisher's Summary

This original podcast will be available on June 24th. 

Dear Kelly, Squirrel Girl (that’s me!) is about to have the most awesomesauce summer ever!” 

It’s the summer of 2006 in Jamie Lee Curtis’s Letters From Camp, Season 2, and Mookie has reinvented herself from the “extremely annoying” and “overly personal” - their words - investigator who alienated the rest of the camp. Now she’s…well,she’s not sure yet, but it’s going to be cool beans. That is until a strange man shows up and takes over the camp. Charlie Cartwright tucks his camp shirt into his cargo shorts (ew!) and hates girls, music from after 1942, and fun. Not to mention he has a really weird accent. Mookie has sworn off investigating, but she also wants Camp Cartwright to go back to the way it was when Director Sue was in charge. Maybe just this one last investigation.…

Written by Boco Haft and produced by Jamie Lee Curtis and Russell Goldman, Letters From Camp, Season 2 reunites Sunny Sandler as Mookie, Jamie Lee Curtis as Director Sue, with performances by Edi Patterson, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, and Daniel Radcliffe.

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About the Creator and Performer

Jamie Lee Curtis is an actress, starring in acclaimed films such as the blockbuster True Lies, for which she won a Golden Globe Award; Trading Places, for which she earned a BAFTA (British Film Academy Award) for Best Supporting Actress; A Fish Called Wanda, for which she received duel Best Actress nominations from BAFTA and the Golden Globes; and the Disney feature film Freaky Friday, for which she received a Golden Globe nomination. It was her portrayal of Laurie Strode in Halloween, which was her film debut, that brought her to the attention of audiences worldwide. In 2018, 40 years after the original film’s release, Curtis reprised that signature role in David Gordon Green’s record-breaking horror feature, Halloween, produced by horror guru Jason Blum. The second film in the trilogy, Halloween Kills, will be released on October 15. Most recently, Curtis appeared in the box office hit Knives Out alongside Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, and Ana de Armas for director and writer Rian Johnson. Curtis is also The New York Times best-selling author of more than a dozen children’s books. She has recently wrapped production on Borderlands, the film adaptation of the popular video game in which she appears with Cate Blanchett and Kevin Hart.
In addition, Curtis’s production company, Comet Pictures, has an overall deal with Blumhouse and next year Curtis will direct Mother Nature, an eco-horror film that she also co-wrote.
Curtis is the founder and CEO of the website My Hand in Yours, which is a charitable organization that offers comfort and celebration items with 100% of every sale being donated directly to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles—an organization that Curtis has been associated with for a very long time.

About the Co-Creator and Writer

Boco Haft (Co-Creator/Writer) is a comedy writer, performer, and producer based in Los Angeles. She was a featured author in Knopf’s True Prep: A Whole New Old World by Lisa Birnbach, and has worked on television shows including FX’s Baskets, 20th Century Fox’s Family Guy, Netflix’s Lady Dynamite, and Arrested Development. By day, she runs development for The Hurwitz Company. To date, her highest achievement was receiving the 2009 Junior Varsity Manager of the Year award for her lauded score-keeping in basketball.

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Love 💘 Mookie Cookie 🍪 😋

I have to say I do like the 1st book better but I still enjoyed. It's like a kids murder mystery that adults can enjoy too. The humor is geared towards kids and adults so this is something you could listen to with your kids as well. I will be looking for book 3.

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I love 1 & 2 seasons.💕⛺🔥 Can't wait for 3

I enjoy hearing to this at work. The characters are funny and relatable. They remind of home. I was 11 in 2005 and it's fun to look back when I went to camp for first time. Definitely will recommend this book to any kid or adult of any age.....

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  • 07-05-21

Love these

Love this series. they are fun love the voices and the story. will be anxiously awaiting series number three.

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Entertaining for the entire family!

My 10 year old son and I loved both seasons! Great performances and very entertaining.

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Awesome Summer Listening

Great for kids and their adults too! Daniel Radcliffe (aka: Harry Potter) is a great addition!

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My son and I’s nightly ritual

We fell in love with the first season and we’re hoping for a second. We listen to this audible nightly and are SO excited to have more content. Please keep “Letters from camp” going. We love it!

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Thoroughly enjoyed season 2

Another straight binge listen for me - fun, light, enjoyable listen that was easy to get through with good humor infused throughout and interesting storyline.

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fun entry in the series

even though this is labeled as a podcast, it's more of an episodical radio play. good thing is that if you just let it run it's a continues story without interruptions. I felt like this story was shorter then the first "season", but it was fun entry in the series. the acting was top notch and continued much of the spirit of the first one. this is basically a story aimed at young teenagers, but as 41 year old i fully enjoyed it and remained me of adventure movies from 80's and early 90's that star kids.

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An improvement

I didn't really like the first one the story was moving very fast from one topic of the story to the next moving over things to quickly, so it was unexpected that session 2 would have improved but it did! the pacing still quick but I understand it from the good story telling not much left me scratching my head like session 1 over all I enjoyed S2 and look forward to a S3.

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More please!!

Love this!!
More please!
Can’t wait to find out what happens next
More Mookie and her adventures

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  • 03-12-22

Wish I'd gone to camp

OMG I loved it. I'm very much an adult but I loved the story, the characters, it was such a joy to listen to. will be looking for more.

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  • 08-04-21

Loved it.

Fantastic acting, fun, laugh out loud moments, cute, great story. Just a really enjoyable listen.