Tag Archive | Dawn Schaffer

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: Little Miss Stoneybrook… and Dawn by Ann M. Martin

Review: Little Miss Stoneybrook… and Dawn by Ann M. Martin

Dawn’s a little jealous when there’s a formal ceremony to welcome Jessi and Mallory into the Baby-sitters Club. Don’t people know that Dawn’s a special baby-sitter, too? Then it’s Dawn’s turn to shine. Mrs. Pike wants her to help prepare Margo and Claire for the Little Miss Stoneybrook contest. So what if Margo’s only talent […]

Review: The Ghost at Dawn’s House by Ann M. Martin

Review: The Ghost at Dawn’s House by Ann M. Martin

Dawn has always thought there was a secret passage hidden in her house. But she never thought there was a ghost… until now. All kinds of creepy things go on whenever Dawn’s at home. There are even spooky noises behind her bedroom wall! Dawn is sure there’s a ghost in her house. And so are […]

Review: Kristy’s Big Day by Ann M. Martin

Review: Kristy’s Big Day by Ann M. Martin

For me, Kristy’s Big Idea probably serves as the first example that the girls in these books are actually capable of being responsible baby sitters. Considering the title of the series, I know that seems like a duh statement, but up until this point they really fail to impress. After all, no one wants a […]

Review: Dawn and the Impossible Three by Ann M. Martin

Review: Dawn and the Impossible Three by Ann M. Martin

You know what I’ve realized I love the most about The Baby-sitters Club? It’s the fact you can curl up with a book and read it in an hour and a half. These past few weeks, when I’ve come across a book I’ve struggled to get through for whatever reason (work, working out, family life, […]