When Tricia Bennett, the First Daughter of the country's first "green" president, arrives at Walla Walla, Natalie is assigned to show her the ropes. Walla Walla is going green this summer, so Tricia should fit right in. But when a national newspaper shows up on camp grounds and finds a pile of used Styrofoam containers behind the girls' bunk, somehow Natalie gets the blame. And you'll never believe who the culprit is!
Melissa J. Morgan started going to sleep away camp when she was eight years old and didn't stop until her first job after grad school refused her request for eight weeks of summer vacation. She's since quit that job to become a full-time author. The only reason she didn't go back to camp is that her husband refused to join her. Melissa lives in New York with him and Bugle, their Chocolate Lab.