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by Ann M. Martin

ePub Dawn and the We Love Kids Club (Babysitters Club S.) download
Ann M. Martin
Scholastic Hippo (1996)
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  • Great book

  • I love when the BSC books are about California. I want to move there badly and this book makes it sound like paradise. This is one of my favorite books in the series.

  • Dawn has returned to sunny California to live with her father and brother leaving behind her mother and step family in snowy Connecticut. Her parents have managed to work out an arrangement where she will be able to spend six months in each of her homes. Life seems to be going quite well, she has even gotten her California friends together to form a west coast version of the Babysitters Club. Then her father announces that he and his annoying girl friend are engaged. Suddenly Dawn finds herself longing for Connecticut and her mother. What will she decide to do, and where will she choose to live now?

    This is the 72nd installment in the BABYSITTERS CLUB series. As always with this series the focus is on one of the members of the Babysitters Club, in this case Dawn although each of the other members of the club appears to some extent. The situations depicted are realistic and the actions of the girls in dealing with them are fairly believeable, at least to the 9 to 12 year olds the stories are written for. The characters are engaging and consistent throughout the series. There are continuing story arcs that progress throughout the series although each story can be read either on it's own or out of order and still be enjoyed.

  • I didn’t like this book! It was so dumb!
    I give it a 3/10
    The subplot is okay, but their was better

  • How did Dawn change her mind so fast? In California girls, at the end she learned to like carol and said she wouludn't mind if she married her dad, but in this book, she had a problem with it and she booked her own flight back to connecticut. That was very sneaky of her and it does sound like something rebellious a teengar would do for sure. In fact, I liked that part the best even though I don't agree with what she did. I didn't care for the rest of the book.

  • It was good. I liked that Dawn thought that just because she (& other kids)didn't particapate in Spirt Week that they should be harassed about it. Maybe they didn't want to wear PJ's to school or wear yellow. Dawn stood up for her rights & dared to be different.

  • I think this was one of the best books out of the whole baby-sitters series. it had a lot of detail and discription about each characters personality and the town. Since this was one of the first books I read about a member of the club to move it was very interesting. After reading the book, I wanted to move to California! The club that Dawn and her friends started sounded very creative and fun. The club had a good environment and social area for the kids to be around. i would recommened this book to anyone that enjoys reading the baby-sitters club series. You would surely enjoy this book.

  • Oh please how can some one just sneak away and fly home like that? You can't just go on the plane like that!