A review for the second Baby-Sitters Club Mystery book. Someone named Mr. X is leaving mean notes for the baby sitters! Who could it be? I don’t know, but after four near-identical Mr. X chapters in a row, I can’t wait for him to be caught, so the book will be over. My score for this book is a 2 out of 10.
A review for the first Baby-Sitters Club graphic novel, where Kristy and her friends start a baby-sitting club. Kristy has problems with her mom’s new boyfriend, and the club members get into a fight when Stacey keeps secrets, but there’s a happy ending where everything is resolved. I give this book a 9 out of 10.
A review for the 48th Baby-Sitters Club book. The girls decide to disband the Baby-Sitters Club, so they can do volunteer work. Jessi meets an inspiring girl with cancer, and she helps the girl get in touch with the Make a Wish Foundation. The book has a nice message about volunteering and helping other people, but I found it to be dull. According to an ad at the end of the book, the events of the story happened in real life, when Ann Martin and Scholastic donated to Make a Wish. So…they got a tax deduction and decided to turn it into a book. My score for this book is a 2 out of 10.
An evaluation for that Baby-Sitters Club Postcard book! It arrived on the scene exactly the same month as Book 45. It’s 27 book covers and three new works of art. I give this book a ten from 10!
An evaluation for that 44th Baby-Sitters Club book. Beginning plans a charitable organization drive, to assist some Indigenous Peoples following a fire. She makes her plans without the assistance of adults, by my figures, the charitable organization drive made negative money. To celebrate the success, there’s a large sleepover within the school gym, with 100 kids. My score with this book is really a 3 from 10.
An evaluation for that 42nd Baby-Sitters Club book. Jessi will get charge role in Sleeping Beauty, and someone in dance class starts sabotaging her! They give her mean notes, they destroy her things, plus they make an effort to kill her! Can Jessi solve the mystery, without having done any analysis by herself? Within the subplot, there’s a dog show. It’s entertaining, but unnatural. My score with this book is really a 3 from 10.
An evaluation for that fifth Baby-Sitters Club Super Special. The women get a windfall, plus they waste their cash on a holiday to California. Claudia will get a boyfriend who’s smarter than her, Mallory dyes her hair blonde never ever, Beginning feuds together with her dad’s new girlfriend, Stacey almost dies inside a vehicle crash, Mary Anne baby-sits a more youthful form of herself, Kristy feuds using the We Heart Kids Club, and Jessi meets track of the actor kid from Book 26. My score with this book is really a 6 from 10.