Ok guys, lissen up. Hi. I'll be heading off to my summer job in a few weeks. I'm returning to a summer camp I've been going to for the past 7 years. I'm going to be a full-fledged counselor...with campers and a tent and everything! This is going to be my first time dealing with kids in a tent all by my lonesome. Last year I was a CIT(of sorts) and i subbed for a cabin when the regular counselor when he had days off etc. But now I won't be able to hand the kids off to someone else when I'm sick of them. *sigh* Oh well... So I was wondering if anyone could suggest any good books to read them at night time. These kids are going to be ages 10-12 or so. I tried reading them "Naked Lunch" by Burroughs and "Crime and Punishment" by Dostoyevksy. Unfortunately...these resulted in them becoming paranoid, foul-mouthed, depressed, amoral delinquents. So I'm hoping for better results this year. Anyone have any good suggestions for books to read these kids? Something along the line of Ender's Game (most of the kids have already read that one) or Redwall? (ditto) Any help is appreciated. PS: Before any of you think of being smart-asses, no I can't read them "Letters of Penthouse"...my mom's not supposed to know I have that.