If your parents are ice cream makers you have many advantages but some misfortune too, because summer is not holiday time, it's working season. This is why Janna is sent to a summer camp. You'll have a great time! There will be so many children! There are many children indeed: 700, to be precise. As for the rest, life in the summer camp is a hilarious sequence of oddities: sunbathing healing treatments; long or short praying sessions according to different times of the day; flag-raising; uniforms; wool bathing suits; huge dorms; the same food every day; souvenir shops and so on. A series of tortures adults seem to have invented to make of what should be an enjoyable sea holiday a sort of detention camp. But Janna has a great ally, or rather two: a fantastic friend who knows how to cope with life and a great sense of humor. [Text in Italian]
- wondering about what makes a good holiday;
- thinking whether we set a defense strategy when we’re not feeling well;
- writing a autobiographical text.