Summer camp. You either loved it and were the first to the flagpole each morning or you hid in your cabin marking the days until you were home free. No matter where you fell on that spectrum, you likely penned at least one laugh-out-loud letter to your parents at home demanding a care package, describing your day in blunt terms or asking when you were going to be rescued. Take a look at some of the best letters to home written by real-life kids at camp and compiled by author Dane Falanga for her new book, "P.S. I Still Hate It Here."