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"Camp Pock-a-Wocknee and the DYN-O-MITE Summer of ‘77" is a coming-of-age graphic novel celebrating the traditions, friendships, romance, and idiocy that make up summers at Jewish sleepaway camp. Combining a sweet nostalgic mood with raunchy teenage raucousness, this 300-page graphic novel juxtaposes classic, black and white, comic strip art with a 'not for kids' story to capture the tension created when the innocence of childhood crashes into the messiness of adolescence.

The critics love it!

"Adolescent romance and mischief animate an endearing, gleefully raunchy coming-of-age tale."

-Kirkus Review

"It will hit a rich vein of nostalgia for many who miss the halcyon days of color wars and canteen." 

-The Forward

"It's really, really funny. I found myself laughing a lot."

-Graphic Policy

"The story is laugh-out-loud wacky."

-Jewish Book Review

"I'm not certain how it is possible to pick up so strongly on someone else's personal nostalgia but 'Glick' embeds it so deeply in this book, that by its end, I wanted to be not just at a summer camp, but there, with him and his friends, at Camp Pock-a-Wocknee, in the summer of 1977.

Dyn-O-Mite, indeed!" 

-Forces of Geek

"If we had a book club, this would be week one."

-This One Time at Summer Camp, The Podcast

"It made me glad that I wasn't aware of what teenage boys were thinking when I was their age."

-Rabbi Rachel Esserman

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