Mary Anne Saves the Day: Full-Color Edition (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphix #3)

Mary Anne Saves the Day: Full-Color Edition (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphix #3)

By Ann M. Martin

46 ratings 47 reviews 72 followers
Interest LevelReading LevelReading A-ZATOSWord Count
Grades 4 - 8Grades 1 - 3O2.49134
This graphic novel adapted by Raina Telgemeier, the #1 New York Times bestselling, multiple Eisner Award-winning author of Smile, is now available in full color!

When The Baby-Sitters Club gets into a huge fight, Mary Anne is left to her own devices. She has to eat by herself in the school cafeteria, figure out how to make new friends, and deal with her overprotective father. But the worst happens when she finds herself in a baby-sitting emergency and can't turn to her friends for help. Will Mary Anne solve her problems and save The Baby-sitters Club from falling apart?

Raina Telgemeier, using the signature style featured in her acclaimed graphic novels Smile and Sisters, perfectly captures all the drama and humor of the original novel!
Publisher: GRAPHIX
ISBN-13: 9780545886178
ISBN-10: 0545886171
Published on 10/27/2015
Binding: Hardcover
Number of pages: 160

Book Reviews (48)

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I love how Mary Anne and her friends fight it brings so much drama into the book.

I love the books and i watched the series and it was amazing

I love the Baby-Sitters Club book, so this is no different.

it is so cool and intresting

I loved this book. A lot of it is like the show.

This book is alright, some bits are a bit boring though, and probably one of the not-too-good BSC books. It’s about Mary Anne, when the club gets into a big fight and part ways, Mary Anne finds a new girl named Dawn. They quickly discover their parents (Dawn is divorced) were actually dating in highschool! What happens to the club? Will their parents start dating again? Will Kristy allow Dawn to be in the club? Read on to find out!

So since I can't find the place on dogo to review the 1st edition (the original non-colored version) I will just write my review for it here because they are basically the same book, just one that has color and one that doesn't. So, the storyline is pretty good, your average baby-sitters club graphic novel with drama and some tiny twists and turns. There is nothing too special about this babysitters club book from my opinion so I am just going to give it 4 stars.

I liked this book. When Mary Anne and the rest of the bsc have an argument, they are split up. The rest of the girls seem to be doing a fine job ignoring the other members, but how's quiet, crybaby Mary Anne going to do? Mary Anne then meets Dawn, the new girl and they bond. And when the job Mary Anne takes has a bit of a problem and they have to go to the emergency room, Mart Anne might just save the day.

Okay I would like to start off with that this is probably my least favorite BSC book. In this book all of them are fighting and They are fighting for almost the whole story so now let me tell you why there fighting. They are fighting Because Maryanne answered the phone and did not offer the Job to any of the other members she just took the Job and then they get all mad at each other. The good thing about this book is that it is the book where Dawn comes in the story and I love Dawn. But at the end there all friends again. But the weird thing is that 2 of them would forgive each other then they would get mad at each other again it just didn't make sense. But thanks for reading this review and it's fine if you Like this book I do like this book but It's not one of my favorites. this book is Sort of Recommended.

Dawn is new to town, and all she wants is to make some friends. When Mary Anne gets in an argument with her best friends, she befriends Dawn. Dawn and Mary Anne become closer, which leads to soon realize their parents know each other. But soon enough, they end up having a fight, too. However, in the end, they all work out their problems and Dawn becomes a new member of the club. I recommend this book to people who enjoy other books in the Baby Sitters Club series. I rate this book 5/5.

i also going the 5/5

Love the book

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