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The hit series is back, to charm and inspire another generation of baby-sitters! Kristy's not too happy with some things at Stoneybrook Middle School. The hot lunches, for example, look like dog food, and Mary Poppins is such a babyish choice for their annual play. What the eighth grade really needs is a new class president. Someone who's organized and has great ideas--someone like Kristy! But can Kristy coach a softball team, keep up her grades, baby-sit, run the BSC, and be president? The Baby-sitters are about to find out! 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! Mallory loves horses. She loves reading about them. She loves writing about them. And most of all, she loves daydreaming about them. So when Mallory's parents agree to let her take riding lessons, it's a dream come true! Mallory is so excited that she can hardly concentrate at the BSC meetings anymore. But then the lessons begin, and Mallory discovers that dreaming about horses can be a lot more fun than actually riding them. 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! Jessi is honored--and surprised--when she's asked to participate in a synchronized swimming competition. Sure, Jessi knows ballet. But water ballet is a different story. All that swimming is hard work! Jessi and her partner practice their routines over and over again. Everyone--especially the Baby-sitters--is expecting them to win the gold. But Jessi's not so sure she can do it . . . 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! The Baby-sitters love getting new clients. So when the Lowells contact the club, everyone is thrilled. For Mary Anne, sitting for the Lowells is a snap, and the kids are adorable and obedient. But when Claudia meets the family, Mrs. Lowell will barely look her in the eye, and the kids are downright rude! The next time Mrs. Lowell calls the BSC, she requests another sitter--anyone but Claudia. Claudia has no idea what she did wrong, but the BSC won't rest until they find out! 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! Dawn thinks studying ecology is so cool. For a science project, she and Stacey are even teaching an ecology class for some of their baby-sitting charges. It's fun to get kids excited about cleaning up the Earth. But Dawn isn't through yet. She wants to start a recycling center at SMS. The BSC is all for it, but Dawn needs a lot of help. And lately she's been so busy lecturing people about being environmentally responsible that no one can stand being around her. Poor Dawn. She's trying to do a good thing--but she's driving everyone crazy! 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! Since Stacey's parents got divorced, it hasn't been easy. Stacey hates being put between them, and she misses her dad sometimes even though she gets to see him often. And now both of her parents are depending on Stacey. They each need her badly. And she can't be in Stoneybrook and in New York at the same time. How will Stacey choose between her mom and her dad . . . again? The best friends you'll ever have--with classic BSC covers and a letter from Ann M. Martin!
Being a "total spaz" in gym is bad enough, but now Mallory's worst nightmare has come true. Gym class has gone co-ed! Pre-teen girls are sure to relate to this latest book in the phenomenally popular Baby-sitters Club series.
The rest of the Baby-sitters are shocked when Mary Anne, tired of being a plain Jane, gets a chic new haircut and a new wardrobe, and their reaction enrages the excited Mary Anne.
Jessi discovers that one of the girls in her dance class is anorexic, and she and her friends soon learn about the seriousness of the illness.
The Papadakis family takes in a foster child, a troubled young girl named Lou, and Kristy soon discovers that Lou's difficult behavior makes her a real challenge to baby-sit.
Claudia is convinced that no one understands how difficult it is for her to do well in school, that is, until she meets Shea Rodowsky, a young boy with a learning problem.
When Dawn's brother Jeff comes from California for a visit, a nice, peaceful family reunion erupts into a feud between the Schafers and the Spiers.
Stacey falls in love with the student teacher filling in for Mr. Zizmore.
Mary Anne agrees to do some housework for Mrs. Towne, an elderly neighbor who had been giving her sewing lessons, but Mary Anne soon realizes that she has become a maid.
When Dawn announces that she is moving back to California, the other Baby-sitters cannot believe that she would even consider leaving them.
With Dawn in California and Mallory out sick, the Baby-sitters Club must recruit a new member, but the girls begin to wonder if the new girl they have selected fits the bill.
Mallory comes down with mono and her parents make her quit the Baby-Sitters Club.
Stacey starts dating a jock basketball player and falls in with a super-cool crowd, including the cheerleaders who ask her to try out for the squad.
Wishing that she had a boyfriend, Claudia starts a personals column in the school newspaper in the hope of finding the "perfect boy."
After moving to California, Dawn, a charter member of the Baby-sitters Club, starts her own We Love Kids Club, and the laid-back club may become even more successful than Stoneybrook's Baby-sitters Club.
When Mary Anne tries to get Jenny Prezzioso, a fussy little girl known as "Miss Priss," to join a kickball team, she faces opposition from the kids and from Jenny, who does not want to play.
When Kristy reluctantly takes part in a hazing prank for her softball team, she worries that her little stepsister, Karen, will find out the truth and think badly of her.
Jessi learns a hard lesson about being deliberately cruel to another person when she sings a song mocking Mr. Trout, the shy, geeky teacher who wears a bad toupee.
Stacey's vacation is full of mishaps when she tells one litle lie which leads to another and another and another.
Accepting a job as companion to a twelve-year-old girl with Down's Syndrome, Dawn finds an unexpected friend in Whitney, and struggles with the fear that Whitney may not understand if she learns that Dawn is being paid to be with her.
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