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Author: Ann M Martin
ISBN13: 978-0590550338
Title: Welcome Back, Stacey! (Babysitters Club)
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Language: Spanish
Publisher: Scholastic Hippo (January 1, 1992)

Welcome Back, Stacey! (Babysitters Club) by Ann M Martin

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This book is for. Courtenay Robertson Martin, a new fan of. The Baby-sitters Club. Letter from Ann M. Martin. Stacey? Do you think that if dinosaurs were still alive, a stegosaurus could beat a brontosaurus in a fight? What? I replied. I hadn’t quite heard Henry’s question. I felt bad. A baby-sitter should always pay attention to her charges.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. In the painful aftermath of her parent's divorce, Stacey, who is struggling with the challenges of her diabetes.

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This is a list of the novels in The Baby-Sitters Club, a children's book series created by Ann M. The first 35 novels were written by Martin while the rest were ghostwritten, including 44 written by Peter Lerangis.

Ann M. Martin 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. The Babysitters Club is in big trouble. All four girls are having a huge fight, and Mary Anne feels caught in the middle. She isnt usually the leader of their group, but when the club leaves her to run things, Mary Anne decides it's time to take charge. Can she save the BSC before it falls apart? Read online. Write on!Everybody in the big house is busy. And Karen is b-o-r-e-d. Welcome to Gray City. The free online library containing 450000+ books. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device.

Reviews: 7
My daughter loves reading and ask for the original babysitter club books.
I gave this 2 stars because it took almost a month to receive the book. My daughter loves the Babysitter's Club series. But we were disappointed in the amount of time it took to receive our product
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This is again one of the books that tells you what's going to happen in the title. It's not much of a surprise when one of the big plot points is Stacey struggling to decide whether she's going to move to Stoneybrook with her mom or stay in New York with her dad when her parents get divorced. If they're welcoming her back, it's no fun to wonder what she's going to decide.

This is the first time in the series that one of the sitters actually has to deal with parents divorcing (though they've had parents who were divorced before the story started, or parents who were dead). The fights Stacey's parents have are really vapid. Oh no, mom spends too much money and it's daddy's fault for not entertaining her, or something. I kinda wish they didn't even bother to elucidate the adults' fights because it really makes them sound like a child's overly simplistic understanding of why they're fighting. Nice to have her "issue book" not be about her diabetes though.

So Stacey does a Dawn (i.e., she makes a pros and cons list just like Dawn did when trying to decide which parent to live with) and she ends up rejoining the club. I guess if your world is going to be in an upheaval, you might as well have your best friends nearby. And some babysitting cash.
divorce is always a sad thing but it doesn't necessarily mean it's a bad thing and it is realistic that it's happening constantly right now. For some people divorce is a relief if there is abuse in the relationship towards the spouse or the child, wake up people this is the 21st century!

the only thing I didn't like about this book is that it appears as though it was just an arguement that made them get divorced, though realistically, as someone with divorced parents too, you already know there is going to be divorce before your parents even tell you and it's not something that happens overnight
First of all, Rachel Snyder is a quack saying fighting is better for kids.Would any kid want to live with parents that always fight. I wouldn't. And my parents broke up, and I'd rather have that than hear them fighting. And, there in NOT to much divorce in the series. If there wasn't any divorce in the series, we would not have Dawn, Karen, Andrew, or the Dewits Or any other family that is divorced in the series so THERE!!!By the way, the book is very great. I think any BSC fan would love it.
seriously Ann m martin. how many more divorces do you need to be satisfied? Kristy, dawn, the Barretts, the DeWitts, and the Brewers are all divorced. And now Stacey? can't you make some families that actually STAY TOGETHER!!!!!!????????
i thought that the book was very good, i used to have one when i was in 3rd grade but lost it when i moved. i felt really sad one day and remember " Welcome Back Stacey!" and how it was my first ever BSC book! so i searched around and found it, not in a store though a book order! but believe me it's worth the wait! in this story stacey's parents get divorce, and she has a choice whether to stay in NYC with her dad or move back to Stoneybrook with her mom! of course she loves Stoneybrook and all the members of the BSC but what about Laine, her dad, and all of her friends? stacey realized that NYC was her first home and where she felt most comfortable at, but her choice is well.. obvuois right? anyways i was glad that stacey deceied to move back to Stoneybrrok, because the books weren't the same with out her! nice job ann on another well written book!