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To the people who think this series is bad for girls,
This review is from: Kristy's Great Idea (The Baby-Sitter's Club #1) (Paperback)
For those who cry it's unrealistic...so I suppose you've never read your children fairy tales? Or any book with themes with witches and vampires. No matter how modern day it is, fantasy creatures don't exist and we read them onto adult hood. You want to talk about a bad book for young girls? Rip Stephanie Meyer's books off the shelves. They're the most atrocious books for girls I've ever seen on the market and tells them it's fine to be abused by a guy.
There is NOTHING poisonous about these books. They'd be alot better off with these books than half the garbage on television. Plus if your daughter grows up and is -that- naive as a teenager, then it's YOU who failed as parent. This series is here to teach young girls basically right from wrong and how to be a good person in general. The books and shows of the 90's taught my generation this. Not the author's fault that the age target for this book is new age for being a whore. The book is geared toward ages 9-12 . So for those who think "well girls my age smoke and have sex at this age."-Either the parents are dead beats or you didn't read the target age for this book.
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Initial post: Dec 21, 2012 9:58:39 AM PST
Anna M. Ligtenberg says:
You know, it's not that I disagree with your tirade, but the point is supposed to be reviewing the book, not tearing into other reviewers. Kinda weird.
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