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The Baby-Sitters Club #8: Boy-Crazy Stacey Paperback – October 1, 2011
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Praise for The Baby-sitters Club
"Adventures in babysitting...must-read literature for preteen girls." - Time Magazine
"In a world of Gossip Girls and vampires, The Baby-sitters Club could provide young girls with positive role models." - Oprah.com
"One of the most intriguing business ideas of the 1980s didn't come out of Silicon Valley." - The Wall Street Journal
Praise for The Summer Before
"I wasn't very excited when George Lucas decided to do a prequel to Star Wars... But Ann M. Martin writing a prequel to The Baby-sitters Club is something I can really get behind." - CNN.com
"Book candy at its best." - Kirkus Reviews
"Engaging." - Booklist
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The premise: The Pike family is going on vacation and because they have so many kids, they hire Mary Anne and Stacey to come along as mother's helpers. Through the course of the book they have good times and bad times, but in the end, they learn about each other and grow closer.
The kindle formatting is really nice. They pretty much kept the notebook and postcard entries the same as in the original books.
Who would I recommend this to? Anyone who enjoyed the BSC as a kid or who enjoys YA fiction
If you have never read this series before, I think they are great for anyone. I believe they are very appropriate for younger girls around the middle school age who are looking for a good book series. I highly recommend them!
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Written by a 10-year old.
I know my younger self is probably cursing me out right now, but this book really made me dislike Stacey McGill.Read more