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Baby-Sitters Club, Books 1-4 Paperback – Box set, September 1, 1995
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I loved this series growing up and wanted to start my own babysitting business with friends. Great lessons in entrepreneurship for tweens.
The books may be dated with out references to modern technology but the story stands and lessons are still relevant.
Awesome books that girls will love! And the series grows with them! Terrific Author!
would go up to 200. I love all the books, except my
favorite BSC girl (not including Logan or Shannon.)
is da-da-da-da! Stacey. She's so cool and laid-back,
serious, a good listener and funny. I thought it was
crazy for Robert to leave Stacey for Andi in Stacey's
Broken Heart. But she took it well. Anyways, I get every
four baby-sitters club books every month from a
book order. I could read a thousand if you asked me
to! I would. My name is Anna. I just love BSC books.
I have about, hmmm, more than twenty-two. About
twenty-three. I like Shannon, too. All though I haven't
read any of her books. Like Shannon's Story. And I
also like Mary Ann. And Claudia. Abby is funny, but
she's not my favorite-favorite. Kristy's funny, too. Oh!
And I have the Complete guide to the BSC. I practically
love to read about the heart-breaking story of Robert
and Stacey. But Stacey should have stuck with Pete
Black. He's a nice guy. Ann M. Martin, I LOVE YOUR
BOOKS! Oops.Sorry. I just love them all. I read them
over and over. My favorite book is Stacey's Book.
Each book deals with a different part of growing up. Boyfriends and best friends, moving away, school, family troubles -- it's all there.
After reading a Babysitters book, I am left with a warm feeling inside. I feel as if I know each person - organized Kristy, shy Mary Anne, artistic Claudia, sophisticated Stacey, indivisualistic Dawn, down to earth Mallory, Talented Jessi and sporty Abby.
Well done to Ann M Martin, the author. She has created a series of books that al pre-teen girls should read. I think they are absolutely superbly fantabulous!!
#1, Kristy's Great Idea. I was seven years old, and in the
second grade. I wanted to be Kristy, because she was a mature seventh grader. Now, as a Duke University junior, at nineteen,
I still enjoy these books. Ms. Martin has created a world of
friendship, business, children and real-life pleasures and
crises. She has Stacey dealing with a potentially life-
threatening disease, more than half the club coming from
single parent homes, and also celebrates the wonder and joy
of being 11 and 13. At its root, this series champions the
friendships that we all had when we were that age, or at
least wish that we did.