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Hello Mallory (BSC #14) - Ann M Martin

Following on from the previous book, Hello Mallory follows Mallory Pike’s move from babysitting charge to sitter’s help to member of the BSC. Now I think this book fails to set up any sort of tension, because it is fairly clear that Mallory will become a member – so her initial failures to make the grade fall somewhat flat. 585 more words

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Goodbye, Stacey, Goodbye (BSC #13) - Ann M Martin

Having introduced new characters in to the babysitter’s club world, this book sees the first character leaving. After receiving a call to return home while at a BSC meeting, Stacey is told that her family is moving back to New York. 356 more words

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Babysitters on Board (BSC Super Special #1) - Ann M Martin

Babysitters on Board is the first of the BSC Super Specials, and honestly I struggle to work out how they really fit in to the chronology of the series – but hey the girls stay in the same grade for over a 100 books, so I don’t think it matters that much. 657 more words

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Claudia and the New Girl (BSC #12) - Ann M Martin

Claudia and the New Girl is one of those books that seems quite forgettable to me. I barely remembered reading it at all, and yet I know that I did at some point. 294 more words

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Kristy and the Snob (BSC #11) - Ann M Martin

This is the BSC book that I find the hardest to read, and honestly I was dreading getting to this point in the series. I was very tempted to skip reading it altogether. 508 more words

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Logan Likes Mary-Anne! (BSC #10) - Ann M Martin

Summer is over for the Babysitters Club, and they are now in eighth grade; which honestly must be the longest grade ever! Now I have to admit I really don’t like the idea that to hang posters in your school locker you have to use chewed up gum. 484 more words

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The Ghost at Dawn's House (BSC #9) - Ann M Martin

Of the Babysitters Club books, I have reread so far, this is the one that I felt most familiar with. I’m not entirely certain about why, but going in to it I could remember so much of the plot; and as I read through it other things I had “forgotten” started coming back to me. 368 more words

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