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Letters from Camp Season 3: The Last Summer

Written by: Boco Haft,Jamie Lee Curtis
Narrated by: Jamie Lee Curtis,Sunny Sandler,Jacob Tremblay,Edi Patterson,Sam Haft,Kirby Howell-Baptiste,a full cast
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  • Summary

  • Kelly, if you’re listening, I need your help.  

    It’s the summer of 2007, and Mookie Hooper returns to Camp Cartwright with a huge secret: This is going to be her final summer at camp. So this has to be her best summer yet! Without anything to investigate, this is finally Mookie’s time to be a camper. She’s going to spend time with her buddy Carter Ruben-Rubens, finally make it into the inside of an inside joke with Fanny and her bunk, and possibly attempt a contact sport. The only thing that would put the summer over the top? Getting her first kiss. But that seems fairly unlikely since Squirrel Girl isn’t exactly anyone’s first crush. 

    Mookie’s perfect summer is going exactly as planned, until Director Sue assigns Mookie the most annoying camp little sister, Ava. Making things even worse, Mookie experiences crush at first sight with the dreamiest 13-year-old camper, Tallahassee Goldman, but there’s no way a guy like that would even give Mookie the time of day! And just when Mookie thinks she has a handle on things, she begins receiving letters from an anonymous sender who knows the secrets of the disappearing girls of Camp Cartwright. Mookie, Director Sue, Ned, Igor, and Lansbury are hot on the case. With the help of friends new and old, Mookie has to find the sender before the time on her final Cartwright summer runs out, and her chance for the perfect camp experience is gone forever. 

    Returning for their final summer are Jamie Lee Curtis as Director Sue, Sunny Sandler as Mookie Hooper, with performances by Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Jacob Tremblay, and Edi Patterson, along with a few surprise guests. Written by Boco Haft and produced by Jamie Lee Curtis and Russell Goldman. 

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  • May 31 2022

    In the third and final season of Letters from Camp, Mookie grows from awkward pre-teen to a girl with a crush—and of course, a mystery to investigate. It wouldn’t be a summer at Camp Cartwright without one. Whatever is going on, Mookie Hooper intends to find out.

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  • Toye
  • 22-07-22

YES ‼️😍🥰💯

Still was an amazing job, the series finished up very nicely, it had a more serious tone to it on this, go around yet and still a lot of fun, Fanny made this whole thing shake‼️‼️‼️😂🤣😹. God it's like she got worse, they described her perfectly self destructive, for no damn reason 🙈🙈👀👀😂🤣. I think our main character got a little turned around, it's funny how the "super hero" always wants to be "normal," and the moment they get a taste of it, they don't like you,🙈👀🥴🥴😏😏 I loved it, I love the moral of the story, I love adventures, I love the memory lane, I love the sum it up at the end. great job 😍🥰💯

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  • Ashley
  • 22-07-22

One of my favorite audio books/ series

I absolutely enjoyed this series. This was the perfect ending season for Letters From Camp. I cried a lot, both sad and happy. I hope I will find another book or series in audio format that gives me the happiness of when I listened to this series. I don't usually do well with mysteries, but this series wasn't hard, and I was always trying to figure out the who done it. I highly recommend this series.

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  • Josh M
  • 18-12-22

Great for a road trip with the family

The whole series my pre-teen sons have really enjoyed. It’s a great mystery & lots of funny parts.

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  • Mike
  • 25-01-23

It brought tears

The end really got to me after having listened to all of the series. I had tears in my eyes when I learned about Kelly, and it explained the court ordered counseling!

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  • Kate
  • 18-01-23

Dear Kelly,

This is a story that begins so light-heartedly and fun. An element of surprise and danger lurk in the first couple seasons. Shenanigans ensue. You relate to one character or another. Or, haha, you WANT to relate to one of them. Some episodes may even make you long for camp. All episodes will surely make you feel thankful for summer and mysteries and quixotic types. Then, that third season. Oof. Excellent listen for a kid who's walking through trauma and needs to hear a story without a totally happy ending unfold and still see the happy in it. Thanks to the cast for the work on this one.

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  • Robert
  • 30-12-22

Amazing Original

This is one of my favorite originals, I laughed and cried. This series brought back so many memories of camp and it always stayed true to its tone seeing the world through the eyes of a child. Amazing story.

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  • Wisdomswarrior
  • 26-12-22

My daughter and I both loved this entire series

My daughter and I both loved this entire series. It reminded me of when I went to camp as a child and gives her a glimpse of camp life.

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  • Becca
  • 12-12-22

What a fun seeies

Excellent performances and smartly written! I have listened to all 3 series and this one is especially heartfelt.

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  • Michaela Egger
  • 10-12-22

I absoluteley love this series.

I love the whole plot, the characters, the story, the not fitting in. #GoMookie!

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  • hannibal smith
  • 24-11-22

Amazing story

It was amazing I loved it I don't want it to be the last summer I really loved the series Fanny got way worse! Kelly made me cry moving and sad. Does it really have to be the end? I loved every one the first one was my favourite. Would recommend to 10-13 and even older.

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  • Nick
  • 30-09-22

Easy listen, great cast

That's it. Camp over. Fun series. Great acting. Easy to listen to and fun storyline. It's run its course.

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  • bblou
  • 10-08-22

So sad its ended.

I love this series and very sad its ending but what an ending. Cast are amazing, storyline was brillant.