The Baby-Sitters Club #5: Dawn and the Impossible Three Kindle Edition
|Length: 176 pages||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled||Page Flip: Enabled|
|Age Level: 8 - 12||Grade Level: 3 - 7|
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You know what I’ve realized I love the most about The Baby-sitters Club? It’s the fact you can curl up with a book and read it in an hour and a half. These past few weeks, when I’ve come across a book I’ve struggled to get through for whatever reason (work, working out, family life, slow plot line), having the option to turn to one of the books from my childhood has really helped me to just sit down and read for a few hours. This is quite possibly one of the many reasons I enjoyed the series so much as a little girl.
In Dawn and the Impossible Three, the newest member of the BSC, Dawn Schaffer finds herself struggling with two major (for a twelve year old) dilemmas. The first has to do with her position in the club and more specifically, her relationship with the club President, Kristy Thomas. After all, Dawn has just recently become Mary Anne Spier’s friend and in the wake of Kristy’s impending move across town and the revelation that Mary Anne and Dawn’s parents are dating, there’s a lot of jealousy clouding Kristy’s mind. I won’t go as far to claim she’s being bitchy as she has been in previous books, but I will not completely say her behavior towards Dawn is justifiable. Yes, things are changing for her and she eventually learns to accept Dawn, not only as Mary Anne’s friend, but her own. But by the same token, Dawn shouldn’t have taken it upon herself to offer an olive branch. After all, she never really does anything wrong towards Kristy. For example, when she’s helping Mary Anne decorate her room, it is Mary Anne’s fault, not Dawn’s, that Kristy wasn’t originally invited.
The other dilemma Dawn has to deal with comes in the form of a new family the club is babysitting for: The Barretts. In the process of getting divorced, Mrs.Read more ›
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
For ages 8+ and for those girls who enjoy the one & only Julia Jones!!! (;
( I love the BSC ). --TJ :) :o :D
This is a really good book and it is about 11:30 at night right know but I couldn't stop reading. This book keeps you entertained throughout the whole story. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jaime l.
Great book about dealing with certain tough situations. Definitely would recommend for this age group. Also fairly easy to read.Published 4 months ago by Akikins
This book is awesome and funny and so good that it is hard to example but the author took do much time an all the books that it should have been like it was betterPublished 6 months ago by Gregory E. Garman
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