When Kristy learns about the baby parade that is going on in Stoneybrook, she can't stop thinking about all the cute babies she knows like Squirt, Lucy, and Emily Michelle. Then an idea hits her.... She would enter all the babies she knows and go in the parade with them! What a great idea, or so she thought. The BSC girls decide to go with the nursery rhyme, The Old Woman Who Lived in A Shoe as their float. But it doesn't turn out well. The float looks like an orange blob, the babies won't stop crying, and worst of all, the BSC girls are fighting. I suggest this book because it teaches friendship, teamwork, and respect of others' opinions but in a fun, exciting, realistic way. I suggest it for people who like babysitting and friendship. Happy Reading!
Kristy and the Baby Parade (Baby-Sitters Club #45)
By Ann M. Martin
Book 45 of 94 in the The Baby-Sitters Club Series
|Interest Level||Reading Level||Reading A-Z||ATOS||Word Count|
|Grades 4 - 8||Grade 5||n/a||4.5||26826|
Stoneybrooke is having a baby parade. So, of course, Kristy wants the baby-sitters to build a float. All they need to do is round up the babies they baby-sit, dress them up, and put them on a float. Easy, right? Wrong. The float turns out awful, the outfits are horrible, and the babies won't cooperate!
Publisher: Scholastic Canada Limited
Published on 1/1/1999