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The hit series is back, to charm and inspire another generation of baby-sitters! They're lean, they're mean, they're the pride of Stoneybrook. Who are they? They're Kristy's Krushers! When Kristy sees how much her little brothers and sisters want to play on a softball team, she organizes a ragtag team of her own. They may not be champions, with Jackie Rodowsky, walking disaster, on the team, but at least they have team spirit! Now Bart's Bashers have challenged the Krushers to a game. The Bashers really are lean and mean . . . but the worst part of it all is that Kristy has a giant crush on the Basher's coach. The best friends you'll ever have--with classic BSC covers and a letter from Ann M. Martin!
Mallory discovers that the terrible twins she babysits on a regular basis are not really bad-- they just want to be treated as individuals.
Receiving a desperate call from the Mancusi family, Jessi takes on an unusual sitting job caring for three dogs, five cats, two birds, a cage of hamsters, guinea pigs, fish, a snake, rabbits, and turtles.
Visiting her father on the west coast, Dawn is tempted to stay with him when she enjoys the beach, Disneyland, and a wealth of healthy restaurants, but the homesick baby-sitter fears leaving her mother and all of her friends.
Mother's Day is coming up and the Baby-sitters have the same problem they do every year: What do they get their mothers? Kristy, especially, wants to do something nice for her mom. Mrs. Brewer has been acting kind of strange and secretive lately, and Kristy's worried about her... But then Kristy gets another one of her great ideas. Why don't the Baby-sitters treat their moms - and the mothers of the kids they sit for - to a day off without any kids around? The BSC plans a gigantic baby-sitting party. It's a Mother's Day surprise that couldn't be beat! ... Until Kristy's mom reveals a very special surprise of her own.
The members of the Baby-sitters Club come to the rescue to help Mary Anne search for her beloved kitten, Tigger, who has suddenly vanished.
Claudia has a sad good-bye to make. Her grandmother, Mimi, has just died. Claudia understands that Mimi was sick for a long time, but she's still mad at her grandmother for leaving her. Who will help Claudia with her homework...and share 'special tea' with her?
Stoneybrook has gone star-crazy! Derek Masters, an eight-year-old regular on a hit TV sitcom, has moved to town. Everyone's wondering what a real-live TV star will be like-will he srive to school in a limo? Jessi can't believe it, but even stars need baby-sitters,and she's the lucky club member to watch Derek Masters. Even though a lot of kids at school call Derek a spoiled brat, Jessi likes him immediately.He rides bikes and eats junk food like a normal kid, but he has exciting stories about Hollywood, too! Pretty soon baby-sitting and ballet are starting to look kind of boring next to TV scripts and cameras. Maybe Jessi would like to be a star, too!
Stacey's parents are getting a divorce. Stacey is sad and angry, and she has a big decision to make--stay in New York with her father, or move back to Stoneybrook with her mother.
A long-hidden message helps Mallory and the Baby-sitters Club solve an old mystery about Stacey's house, which they believe to be haunted.
The hit series returns to charm and inspire another generation of baby-sitters! Stacey doesn't like to tell everyone that she has diabetes. Her friends in the Baby-sitters Club are supportive, but Stacey has lost other friends who didn't understand her condition. Stacey's parents don't seem to understand, either; they're constantly taking her to new doctors. The truth is, she likes her doctor and just wants to spend her time being a normal girl and hanging out with the Club. Can Stacey find the courage to be honest--with everyone? The best friends you'll ever have--with classic BSC covers and a letter from Ann M. Martin!
At long last, Dawn's mother and Mary Anne's father have decided to get married!
Dawn and Mary Anne are finally stepsisters and also roommates. When they begin to get on each other's nerves, Dawn comes up with a solution which pleases everyone.
Kristy believes that the autistic child she sits for is normal enough to attend special ed classes at school. After a while though she realizes that Susan would be better off with children like herself.
Claudia, who has always been very different from her sister, comes to the conclusion that she must be adopted.
Mary Anne and Stacey are in Sea City working as mother's helpers for the Pike family. When each of the girls meets up with her boyfriend from last summer, things start to get complicated.
To a New York City girl like Stacey, the fact that an old--supposedly haunted--house in Stoneybrook is being torn down is no big deal. But then her friend Kristy discovers the house was built on a graveyard, and when Stacey sees a horrible face in one of the windows, she wonders if the house really could be haunted!
When Jessi's mom goes back to work, Aunt Cecilia moves in with the Ramseys to help out. Jessi is mortified that she has a baby-sitter and can't stand her aunt's bossy ways.
Dawn has met Travis, an older boy, and she knows he's the perfect boy for her. But the Baby-Sitters think that smooth talking Travis is no good and plan to tell Dawn just that.
One of a series of stories that revolve around the babysitters club. Of all the babysitters, Kristy's the last one anyone would expect to have a secret admirer. But someone is sending her mushy notes with hearts all over them.
The hit series is back, to charm and inspire another generation of baby-sitters! There's some bad news in the Pike family: Mallory's dad has just lost his job. And since money is going to be tight until Mr. Pike finds a new job, all eight of the Pike kids decide to help out. Nicky gets a paper route, Vanessa tries selling her poetry, and Mallory takes a baby-sitting job in Kristy's ritzy neighborhood. But being around the Delaneys only makes Mallory feel poor. They have a cat that cost $400 and tennis courts in their backyard! Poor Mallory--she needs the Baby-sitters now more than ever! The best friends you'll ever have--with classic BSC covers and a letter from Ann M. Martin!
The hit series is back, to charm and inspire another generation of baby-sitters! For once, Claudia's studied really hard for her math test. And when she gets her paper back, it has an A- on it. All right! But then Claudia's math teacher calls her to his desk and accuses her of copying off of Shawna Riverson's test. Claudia can't believe it, and neither can the Baby-sitters. Claudia would never cheat! And they're not going to rest until they help clear Claudia's name! The best friends you'll ever have--with classic BSC covers and a letter from Ann M. Martin!
The hit series is back, to charm and inspire another generation of baby-sitters! Lately, Mary Anne's been feeling like she and Logan are spending too much time together. They fight over silly things. And Mary Anne never gets to do what she wants to do--like read, and baby-sit, and be with her friends. But when Mary Anne suggests that she and Logan see less of each other, Logan takes it all the wrong way. Could this really be the end for Mary Anne and Logan? The best friends you'll ever have--with classic BSC covers and a letter from Ann M. Martin!
The hit series is back, to charm and inspire another generation of baby-sitters! Naturally, Jessi is thrilled when she earns the lead role her in dance school's latest ballet. But someone in class wants her out of the show. First Jessi's toe shoes are stolen. Then she gets all kinds of threatening messages! What kind of ballerina would want to scare Jessi? The Baby-sitters don't know, but they're not going to let anyone get away with it for long. The best friends you'll ever have--with classic BSC covers and a letter from Ann M. Martin!
The hit series is back, to charm and inspire another generation of baby-sitters! Lately, the pressure's really been on Stacey. She hasn't been feeling well, her schoolwork and baby-sitting jobs are almost out of control, and she's sick of being in the middle of her parents' fights. Then it happens: Stacey ends up in the hospital because of her diabetes. The Baby-sitters are worried. So is Stacey. Why are things always so hard? The best friends you'll ever have--with classic BSC covers and a letter from Ann M. Martin!