" 'You know what? I feel sorry for Lou. She is the absolute worst kid have ever met.' Not one single person disagreed with me." - From "Kristy and the Worst Kid Ever. When Kristy's neighbors, the Papadakis, are going to foster a child, Kristy and the other BSC girls are excited to meet the child and babysit for him or her. But when Lou comes (BTW, she hates being called Louisa), the girls was surprised to find that she is incredible rude, disobedient, and just a terror! The girls feel sorry for Lou, she's the worst kid ever! I thought this book was good, but still very sad. This book teaches the importance of letting people come into your life instead of shutting everyone out. It also teaches the importance of never giving up on a person, even when they want you to. It is a great book, although sad. I believe a reader could be taught many good life lessons just in the first couple of chapters. I suggest if you like babysitting, friendship, and drama. Happy reading!
Kristy and the Worst Kid Ever (Baby-Sitters Club)
By Ann M. Martin
Book 62 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||4.4||29602|
The Papadakis family takes in a foster child, a troubled young girl named Lou, and Kristy soon discovers that Lou's difficult behavior makes her a real challenge to baby-sit.
Published on 3/1/1993
Number of pages: 162