Camilla Cream is very worried about what the other kids at school think about her. This website was developed with the assistance of the Squire Family Foundation. Questions for Philosophical Discussion Self-Perception Camilla Cream loves lima beans but refuses to eat them because people tell her they are gross. When we first meet Camilla, what is she doing? What does that tell us about her? Is there a food you love but other people do not like?
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