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Series Books Details:
Series Numbers and Titles:
* #6: Kristy's Big Day
* #11: Kristy and the snobs
* #16: Jessi's Secret Language
* #18: Stacey's Mistake
* #32: Kristy and the secret of Susan
* #37: Dawn and the older boy
* Super Special #3: Babysitter's Winter Vacation
* Super Special #4: Island Adventure
* Super Special #6: New York, New York!
* Super Special #7: Snowbound
* Mystery #6: The Mystery at Claudia's House
* Mystery #10: Stacey and the Mystery Money
* Mystery #14: Stacey and the Mystery at the Mall
* Mystery #17:Dawn and the Halloween Mystery
* Super Mystery #2: Babysitters Beware
Author(s): Ann M Martin
Retail price per book: $3.99
Catergory:Children's Fiction, Series, Adventure, Mystery
Number Of Pages: Varies
Condition Of Book: good to very good
SKU (Internal Use):
Keywords : Babysitters Club, Kristy, Wedding, Mystery, Adventure, Dawn, Jessi, Sign language
Kristy's Big Day:
When her mother gets married, Kristy and the other members of the Baby-sitters Club have their hands full taking care of fourteen children at the wedding.
Kristy and the Snobs:
Kristy didn't want to move to "Millionaire's Row, " but when her mother married Watson, she had no choice. Now the snobby kids in her new neighborhood are making fun of Kristy, her ailing dog, Louie, and the club--and Kristy's fighting mad!
Jessi's Secret Language:
Feeling isolated as the only African American in her sixth grade class, Jessi gains a sense of belonging by participating in the Baby-sitters Club, learning sign language in order to communicate with a deaf child, and dancing in a ballet.
The baby-sitters visit to Stacey in New York City turns out to be a big mistake-- they're way out of place there, and Stacey wonders if they will be friends anymore.
Kristy and the secret of Susan:
Kristy's newest baby-sitting charge is Susan Felder, who goes away to a special school. Susan isn't like most kids. While she can play the piano and sing beautifully... she can't talk to anyone. Susan is autistic. She lives locked inside her own secret world.Kristy thinks it's unfair that Susan has to be sent off to school and is treated differently from everyone else. But Kristy's going to try to change that--by showing everyone that Susan's a 'regular' kid, too. And then maybe Kristy's new friend can stay in Stoneybrook for good.
Dawn and the Older Boy:
Dawn has met Travis, an older boy, and she knows he's the perfect boy for her. The Baby-sitters think that smooth talking Travis is no good and plan to tell Dawn just that.
Babysitters' Winter Vacation:
Every year, Stoneybrook Middle School (the whole school) gets invited to Leicester Lodge in Vermont for a week of winter adventure. This trip sure isn't like any other!
Babysitters' Island Adventure:
Dawn and Claudia have been taking sailing lessons and can finally sail without any instructors. Now the girls and three kids they sit for plan to sail to Greenpoint Island for a picnic. But when a storm forces them way off course, they have an adventure they'll never forget.
New York, New York!:
The Baby-sitters have always wanted to be sophisticated New Yorkers like Stacey. Well, now here's their chance: Stacey has invited them all to the city for a vacation.
When Stoneybrook is paralyzed by a massive blizzard, Dawn and her mother get stranded at the airport, Jessi is snowed in at her dance school, and Kristy's boyfriend gets stuck overnight at her house. Claudia, Mary Anne and Mallory are all baby-sitting, but no one has heard from Stacey--could she be trapped somewhere on the way back from the mall?
The Mystery at Claudia's House:
Lately, Claudia has noticed her sister Janine acting very strangely. After some investigation, Claudia discovers that Janine has a boyfriend!
Stacey and the Mystery Money:
Who would have believed it? Counterfeit money is showing up in Stoneybrook--and someone gave Stacey a fake ten dollar bill. Of course Stacey doesn't have anything to do with the counterfeit money. But the Baby-sitters are worried. They think one of their clients might be involved. And what if people don't believe Stacey is...innocent?
Stacey and the Mystery at the Mall:
The Baby-sitters are all taking a class at SMS where they are assigned jobs at the Washington Mall. How cool - going to "school" at the mall!
But soon Stacey learns that some pretty bad things are going on there. Besides the regular shoplifting problems, expensive things are being stolen, too. and then Stacey has a big scare when she's working at Toy Town.
Is it safe to shop at Washington Mall anymore? The Baby-sitters aren't sure - but they're going to make sure this mystery is solved!
Dawn and the Halloween Mystery:
Halloween is coming, and Dawn and her friends in the we love Kids Club are almost as excited as the kids they baby-sit. Then, just before the big night, a masked robber holds up a store in Dawn's neighborhood -- and Dawn witnesses the getaway!
The Baby-sitters are stalked by someone who is out to get them while at home and on a ski vacation with Kristy's family at Shadow Lake.
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