Tag Archive | Ann M Martin

Review: Jessi and the Superbrat by Ann M. Martin

Review: Jessi and the Superbrat by Ann M. Martin

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 drive 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. […]

Review: Claudia and the Sad Goodbye by Ann M. Martin

Review: Claudia and the Sad Goodbye by Ann M. Martin

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? This is probably the hardest book to read out of […]

Review: Mary Anne and the Search for Tigger by Ann M. Martin

Review: Mary Anne and the Search for Tigger 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 […]

Review: Kristy and the Mother’s Day Surprise by Ann M. Martin

Review: Kristy and the Mother’s Day Surprise by Ann M. Martin

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 […]

Review: Dawn on the Coast by Ann M. Martin

Review: Dawn on the Coast by Ann M. Martin

Dawn can’t wait for her trip to California. Besides all the sun and fun, it’s her first visit since her brother, Jeff, moved back to live with their dad. California is better than Dawn ever remembered it. The beaches are beautiful, Disneyland is a blast, and Californians eat healthy food! Plus, Dawn’s best friend, Sunny, […]

Review: Jessi Ramsey, Pet-Sitter by Ann M. Martin

Review: Jessi Ramsey, Pet-Sitter by Ann M. Martin

The Mancusis don’t have any kids…but they sure have a lot of pets! So when they’re desperate for a sitter, whom do they call? The Baby-sitters Club! Kristy’s insulted. BSC members don’t pet-sit. But Jessi’s always liked animals, and she talks Kristy into letting her have the job. With snakes on the loose and sick […]

Review: Mallory and the Trouble with Twins by Ann M. Martin

Review: Mallory and the Trouble with Twins by Ann M. Martin

Mallory knows she’s a good baby-sitter. She’s been looking after her seven younger brothers and sisters for years. So when Kristy offers her a steady job baby-sitting for the Arnold twins, Mal thinks it’ll be easy money. The twins are cute in their little matching outfits. But once Mrs. Arnold leaves, Marilyn and Carolyn turn […]

Review: Kristy and the Walking Disaster by Ann M. Martin

Review: Kristy and the Walking Disaster by Ann M. Martin

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 sister want to play softball, she starts a rag-tag team of her own. Maybe Kristy’s Krushers aren’t world champions (how could they be, with Jackie Rodowsky, walking disaster, playing for them?), […]

Review: Hello, Mallory by Ann M. Martin

Review: Hello, Mallory by Ann M. Martin

Mallory Pike has always wanted to be a member of the Baby-sitters Club. The Baby-sitters are so much fun to be around, and so grown-up. Now the club members have invited Mallory to a meeting. This might be her big chance! But the Baby-sitters don’t make it easy. First Claudia makes Mal feel like a […]

Review: Good-bye Stacey, Good-bye by Ann M. Martin

Review: Good-bye Stacey, Good-bye by Ann M. Martin

Oh no! Stacey McGill is moving back to New York! That means no more Stoneybrook Middle School, no more Charlotte Johanssen, and worst of all… no more Baby-sitters Club! Stacey’s friends are crushed when they hear that Stacey’s moving, Claudia most of all. Stacey was her first best friend. How will the BSC cope without […]