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Mary Anne and the Haunted Bookstore (Baby-Sitters Club Mystery #34)

by Ann M. Martin

In this spooky page-turner, Mary Anne takes a job in a bookstore which might be haunted ... by Edgar Allan Poe!

Mary Anne and the Library Mystery (Baby-Sitters Club Mystery #13)

by Ann M. Martin

When a small fire breaks out at the Stoneybrook Library, Mary Anne is determined to find out who started the fire and why someone would want to burn down the library.

Mary Anne and the Little Princess (Baby-Sitters Club #102)

by Ann M. Martin

Eight-year-old Victoria Kent, distantly in line for the British throne, is spending six months in the states with her parents and Mary Anne is hired as her companion.

Mary Anne and the Memory Garden (Baby-Sitters Club #93)

by Ann M. Martin

Tells the story of Mary Anne's struggle to cope with the death of a friend killed by a drunk driver.

Mary Anne and the Music Box Secret (Baby-Sitters Club Mystery #31)

by Ann M. Martin

Cleaning up Granny and Pop-Pop's basement, Mary Anne finds a tightly wrapped package that contains a surprising secret from the past.

Mary Anne and the Playground Fight (Baby-Sitters Club #120)

by Ann M. Martin

Stoneybrook is going to have its own playground camp this summer, and six counseling jobs are up for grabs. When nine BSC members apply, the competition heats up to the boiling point.

Mary Anne and the Search for Tigger (Baby-Sitters Club #25)

by Ann M. Martin

Mary Anne just loves her little kitten, Tigger. So when he disappears one afternoon, Mary Anne is a little concerned. The next morning Tigger is still missing . . . and Mary Anne is frantic. It's time for an emergency meeting of the Baby-sitters Club. The girls pool together a reward for the return of Tigger, and they search everywhere for him. But there's still no sign of him . . . until Mary Anne receives a frightening letter in the mail. Someone has taken Tigger, and Mary Anne must pay a hundred dollars to get him back. Is this some mean practical joke . . . or has Tigger really been cat-napped?

Mary Anne and the Secret in the Attic (Baby-Sitters Club Mystery #5)

by Ann M. Martin

Unanswered questions about the mother she never knew send Mary Anne, whose mother died when Mary Anne was an infant, up into the attic of her house to examine old photographs. This leads Mary Anne to a horrible conclusion.

Mary Anne and the Silent Witness (Baby-Sitters Club Mystery #24)

by Ann M. Martin

Mary Anne tries to find out what her eight-year-old charge knows about a mysterious fire at his house and why he's so scared to talk about it.

Mary Anne and the Zoo Mystery (Baby-Sitters Club Mystery #20)

by Ann M. Martin

School at the zoo? Totally wild! The Baby-Sitters can't wait to start on their animal observation projects for science class -- because they get to work at the Bedford Zoo!

Mary Anne and Too Many Boys (Baby-Sitters Club #34)

by Ann M. Martin

It's Sea City Part II when Mary Anne and Stacey return there as mother's helpers for the Pike family. The girls can't wait to catch some rays, stroll along the boardwalk ... and baby-sit, of course! But neither of them expects to meet up with her boyfriend from last summer. And to further complicate things, little Vanessa Pike has a crush on the cashier at Ice-Cream Palace -- only he has a crush on Mallory! Will a summer romance come between Logan and Mary Anne? Will an older boy break Vanessa's heart? Only one thing's for certain: There are too many boys in Sea City!

Mary Anne Breaks the Rules (Baby-Sitters Club #79)

by Ann M. Martin

Halloween is coming, and many of the BSC clients prepare for haunted houses and fun.

Mary Anne in the Middle (Baby-Sitters Club #125)

by Ann M. Martin

BSC member Mallory Pike is considering to go away from school, and her bestfriend Jessi doesn't approve. It's up to Mary Anne to join the two together again.

Mary Anne Misses Logan (Baby-Sitters Club #46)

by Ann M. Martin

Although Mary Anne has had fun since she broke up with Logan, she still misses him. When the two are paired to study their favorite author, Mary Anne thinks this may be a chance for a romantic reunion.

Mary Anne Saves the Day (Baby-Sitters Club #4)

by Ann M. Martin

Need a baby-sitter? Save time! Call: THE BABY-SITTERS CLUB and reach four experienced baby-sitters. Kristy Thomas, President Mary Anne Spier, Secretary Claudia Kishi, Vice-President Stacey McGill, Treasurer Mary Anne has never been a leader of the Baby-sitters Club. She's left that up to Kristy...or Claudia...or Stacey. But now there's a big fight among the four friends, and Mary Anne doesn't have them to depend on anymore. It's bad enough when she's left alone at the lunch table at school. But when she has to baby-sit a sick child without any help from the club members, Mary Anne knows it's time to take charge. The Baby-sitters Club is going to fall apart unless somebody does something-fast. Maybe it's time for Mary Anne to step in and save the day!

Mary Anne to the Rescue (Baby-Sitters Club #109)

by Ann M. Martin

With the aid of her friends and the children she babysits, a young girl by the name of Mary Anne learns to face her fears and to overcome her habit of crying. Instead of crying, she learns to be brave and encourages others to follow suit.

Mary Anne vs. Logan (Baby-Sitters Club #41)

by Ann M. Martin

Mary Anne feels she and Logan have been spending too much time together. They fight over silly things and Mary Anne never has any time to herself. Finally, she sadly realizes what she must do: break up with Logan.

Mary Anne's Bad-Luck Mystery (Baby-Sitters Club #17)

by Ann M. Martin

Need a baby-sitter? Save time! Call: The Baby-Sitters Club and reach six reliable baby-sitters. Kristy Thomas, President Mary Anne Spier, Secretary Claudia Kishi, Vice-President Dawn Schafer, Treasurer Mallory Pike, Junior Officer Jessica Ramsey, Junior Officer Mary Anne should never have thrown away that chain letter she got in the mail. Ever since she did, bad things have been happening--to everybody in the Baby-sitters Club. With Halloween coming up, Mary Anne's even more worried--what kind of spooky thing will happen next? Then Mary Anne finds a new note in her mailbox: Wear this bad-luck charm, it says, OR ELSE. Mary Anne's got to do what the note says. But who sent the charm? And why did they send it to Mary Anne? If the Baby-sitters don't solve this mystery soon, their bad luck might never stop!

Mary Anne's Book (Baby-Sitters Club Portrait Collection)

by Ann M. Martin

The book contains information about Mary Anne, including what it was like for her growing up without a mother, her fear of performing in public, and how she got to know her grandmother.

Mary Anne's Makeover (Baby-Sitters Club #60)

by Ann M. Martin

Tired of being a plain Jane, Mary Anne gets a chic new haircut and a new wardrobe, and the Baby-sitters' reaction enrages the excited Mary Anne.

Mary Anne's Revenge (Baby-Sitters Club Friends Forever #8)

by Ann M. Martin

Even though Cokie has never been nice to Mary Anne, Mary Anne has always been nice to Cokie. But this time Cokie's gone too far -- and Mary Anne is going for revenge, with a little help from her friends.

Me and Katie (The Pest)

by Ann M. Martin

Wendy struggles to adjust to life with her occasionally irritating younger sister.

The Meanest Doll in the World (Doll People #2)

by Ann M. Martin Laura Godwin

Annabelle Doll and Tiffany Funcraft are two dolls who have been best friends since they met in Kate Palmer's house at 26 Wetherby Lane. In this sequel to The Doll People, they hitch a ride in Kate's backpack and find themselves in the biggest adventure of their lives, a day at school! But when an attempt to return home lands them in the wrong house, they're in far deeper trouble than they imagined. Along with a host of new doll friends, they also encounter Mean Mimi, the wickedest doll of all. Mean Mimi is mean -- really mean -- and she's determined to rule all of Dollkind or else destroy it. Will the world ever be safe for dolls again?

Mind Your Own Business, Kristy! (Baby-Sitters Club #107)

by Ann M. Martin

Kristie and her brother get along well until Angelica steps in and the Krusher Klinic is suddenly in jeopardy.

Missing Since Monday

by Ann M. Martin

When their little sister doesn't come home from school, sixteen-year-old Maggie and her brother must face up to some deep, dark secrets about their natural mother, whom they must consider as a kidnapping suspect.

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