What s even more fun than shopping for Shopkins? Hanging out with friends who love them Meet the Shopkins Kids Club, five girls who meet every week to buy, trade, and play with their favorite characters. As they build their prized collections, they also collect adventuresand little lessons about friendship and family, too.
Nine-year-old Maggie can t wait to go camping with her grandparents and her friends from the Shopkins Kids Club. The five girls sit around the campfire, making s mores, singing songs, and trading Shopkins. Everything is perfect, except for Maggie s annoying little brother, Max, who s being a huge pain. But when Maggie s prized Marsha Mellow goes missing, the campout heads downhill fast. Maggie suspects that one of her friends might be the culprit: envious Ava has been eying up her Marsha Mellow all night Can Maggie find Marsha Mellowand find a way to salvage her friendships and her campout?
As Maggie follows the clues to find the missing Marsha Mellow, she learns lessons about taking care of your things, not judging others too quickly, apologizing when you need to, and, most of all, inclusion: inviting others to join in instead of keeping them out. More members in the Shopkins Kids Club just means more fun Join Maggie and the Shopkins Kids Club in this brand-new story for Shopkins collectors
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