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Babysitter's Club

a young adult book series by author Ann M. Martin

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A Quick Tip by JennBee

  • Jun 23, 2010
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I LOVED these as a pre-teen. They definitely influenced my dibbly fresh middle school wardrobe.
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review by . June 16, 2010
One Christmas I got a box set of the first four books which had just came out.  Since then, I have read almost every single one in the series.  That was about 15 years ago and I am still reading some new ones.  They are a great series for any little girl to get addicted to.       There are so many different stories and scenarios that I would always wait to see what they were going to get into next.  They became like my friends.  The different girls …
review by . August 05, 2010
I remember getting 'The Babysitter's Club book at a local book store in my home town when I was 13 years old. That day I went home and started to read the book. I didn't realize I was meeting my best friends for the next 3 years. I met Kristy, Claudia, Stacy, Mallory, Jessie, and MaryAnn that day and I still can picture what they look like. These girls became my best friends during my 'awkward' years. If I was feeling down I turned to these girls to cheer me up. I remember staying …
review by . July 15, 2010
   When i read this book I really felt like part of club. I felt really excited as learned more about everyone and how the club had ended up happening. I learned how they had despite their different backgrounds, upbringings and their current ways of living brought them so close together.   This is a very exciting book for tweens it shows them the world through their own eye's, it shows common problems how they are overcome, It shows how coming to a new neighborhood is terrifying …
review by . July 11, 2010
The Babysitter's Club series revolves around seven girls (and later nine girls) who have formed a babysitting agency.  The girls are junior high age.  Some of the issues faced in these books are: children with medical problems, divorce, remarriage, dealing with step-siblings, dealing with emergencies, first crushes, first boyfriends, and dealing with prejudices.  Ann M. Martin handles these issues great.       As the series progressed you learn more and more …
review by . June 05, 2010
   Around about the time I first discovered this book series I was helping my grandmother babysit.  With each new book you felt like you knew the girls personally. I think I even kept a few books. I will see and pass them along to my daughter who wants to babysit to earn money and see what she thinks.
Quick Tip by . July 12, 2010
I love this series. I started reading them when I was 8 and still continue to til this day. It is a great "tween" series and perfect for a quick simple read.
Quick Tip by . July 04, 2010
A great series for young children
Quick Tip by . July 01, 2010
So ashamed i read most of these - I did it for the nookie!
Quick Tip by . June 30, 2010
everyone remember this in fourth grade?!? lol
Quick Tip by . June 30, 2010
these books were fun to read as a kid
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Books, Cafe Libri, Juvenile Fiction, Young Adult Fiction, Young Adult, Babysitting, Ann M Martin, Bsc, Baby Sitters Club


Author: Ann M. Martin

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