The Horror at Camp Jellyjam is the 33rd book in the original Goosebumps series. Swimming, basketball, archery. King Jellyjam’s sports camp has it all. Too bad. The Horror At Camp Jellyjam. Series. Goosebumps The Horror At Camp Jellyjam. Camp Jellyjam is no ordinary sports camp. The counselors seem a little TOO. Camp Jellyjam is no ordinary sports camp. p>It’s our ninth fan-favorite prequel to R.L. Stine’s blockbuster Goosebumps HorrorLand series. Now with.
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Give Yourself Goosebumps: The Horror at Camp Jellyjam
Mar 19, Silver rated it did not like it Shelves: Shocked at how little Elliot cares about their parents finding them, Wendy decides enough is enough and goes to leave that message like she planned.
Wendy hurries just as she sees her brother about to cross the finish line, and musters all her strength to jump forward and tackle him to the ground. I can’t deny that Camp Jellyjam is creepy, particularly with its cult-like counsellors and bizarre earthquakes, but it is very very strange.
Wearing a gold crown.
Buddy appears again and forces her to play a bunch more sports. Two weeks later, Wendy and Elliot have a surprise visitor.
The trailer gets separated from the car and the kids roll downhill only to open the door and find themselves in the middle of a sports camp called King Jellyjam’s.
He dodged past me and started to the door. Go find a sport, that is!
If the vehicle I rode in fell into a ditch, the last thing I would want to do is go for a leisurely dip in a pool. I know for a fact that Stine is capable of much better than this.
The Horror at Camp Jellyjam (Goosebumps, #33) by R.L. Stine
I would borrow so many of these from the library they seriously considered extending my limit of books checked out at one time. Dad of the year decides this is a safe idea, and so the kids jump into the trailer so they can get rid of those pesky seatbelts and be at the mercy of physics when there’s an accident. When she starts snooping, she discovers that the camp is really a trap run by a giant purple monster blob who uses children to keep him clean and relatively unsmelly he sweats snails somehow, and can’t stand his own stench.
Wendy and Elliot are 12 and 11, and their parents are driving them around the country in their car and sleeping in an “old fashioned” camper trailer, you know as opposed to those new fangled ones I guess. They all start to escape from the igloo building, and run smack dab into Buddy and the counselors!
I read, I write, I play videogames, Ghostbusters is my favourite thing in the known universe, but quasars come in at a close second. O This book has WTF? It’s all about ME!!! Kids disappearing, suspicious camp councillors, and mysterious earthquakes. Stine, but the monster was a bit Oct 22, Maggie Gordon rated it it was ok Shelves: This is King Jellyjam greeting you.
Recap #178: Goosebumps #33: The Horror at Camp Jellyjam by R.L. Stine
I like the characters, even if whilst reading these books, I’ve realized that the a lot of the protagonists sound the same, except the one from the Book That Must Not Be Named In This Review but I just realized that one’s in third person and most of them are not, so that could be whybut it’s a kid’s book, so I’m letting it slide.
My favorite scene is when all the counselors are hypnotized because they chase kids that have six king coins. It wasn’t until they were able to defeat him did they reunite with their parents. The theme of Camp Jellyjam is “Only the Best”, which is a slogan that will be repeated about eighteen thousand times throughout the book. Needing a new plan, the girls decide to trail behind one of the counselors when the ground rumbles again. The way the jwllyjam was killed was stupid but I liked the damp between the brother and sister.
I’ve also been known to fly into a rage if things don’t go my way, leading to many a fight in high school and breaking someone’s nose on the TTC one time. If I remember correctly, I read these books when I was in the age range, which may explain my lack of a bullshit detector. Buddy lets Elliot and Wendy stay until they can make contact with the authorities.
This is all helpfully explained by Dierdre who says only the best, strongest kids get slave duty. As I’ve said before, I love R.
The kids go off with a strange man named Buddy, into the woods. Wendy and Elliot see a banner welcoming them to the camp, alongside a drawing of borror looks like a happy little blob of purple gum with a crown on its head.
Open Preview See a Problem? The trailer careens backwards down the hill, Wendy and Elliot bouncing up and down inside it. The children who have won six competitions – the “Winners” – have the dubious honor of scrubbing the purple blob, who stinks really, really badly.
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It’s like this dummy knows what she’s thinking. View all 20 comments.
The ending is so bizarre and so weird and so disturbing I am unsure whether there is a kid in existence who could take this seriously. I’ve been known to cry at the drop of a hat over happy and sad goosehumps alike.
This is the first Goosebumps I read jelllyjam over 10 years, and I am reminded of how one-dimensional the characters and how cringe-worthy the dialogues are. An evil, living creature called The Sponge appears to be an ordinary kitchen sponge, but thrives on human bad luck, which it deliberately causes and then sucks up while refusing to do the dishes.
Oct 02, Isabel Orama rated it it was amazing. The ending was strange and kinda gross. Amy’s ventriloquist dummy, Dennis, has lost his head…for real. Wendy and Elliot talk their parents into letting them ride in the trailer during a ride to camp, and somehow the trailer becomes unhitched. Nov 10, Salymar rated it liked it Shelves: Other books in the series.