Ah, summer camp. It's an experience we remember vividly; a time of food fights and cabin raids, first kisses and bittersweet heartbreaks, endless days of sun and fun away from parents. But there's one person who has a take on camp unlike anyone else: the camp nurse. "Camp Nurse" reveals what it's like to be the person kids turn to for help, comfort, and advice. Throughout nurse Tilda Shalof's six summers at camp, kids troop through the infirmary with a variety of ordinary--as well as some extraordinary--complaints, questions, and ailments, including the symptom endemic to every summer camp: homesickness. Along the way she discovers it's often the emotional boo-boos that need more attention than the bug bites, poison ivy, and scrapes and scratches that come with the territory. "Camp Nurse" is funny, entertaining, insightful, and above all heartwarming. It's filled with all the twinges of nostalgia one expects to get when remembering long-ago summers at camp. Praise for Tilda Shalof's other books: ""A cracking good read." ""- Quill & Quire """The best-seller no one can put down." ""- Montreal Gazette"