Mary Anne's Makeover (Baby-Sitters Club: Collector's Edition)

Book 60 of 94 in the The Baby-Sitters Club Series
Interest LevelReading LevelReading A-ZATOSWord Count
Grades 4 - 8Grade 4n/a3.824607
The rest of the Baby-sitters are shocked when Mary Anne, tired of being a plain Jane, gets a chic new haircut and a new wardrobe, and their reaction enrages the excited Mary Anne
Paperback, 160 pages
Published on January 1, 1993 by Scholastic Paperbacks
ISBN-10: 0590925865
ISBN-13: 9780590925860
1 Book Review
  • techfashion0315
    techfashion0315about 1 year55 starsFeatured
    This book was super good! Mary Anne has changed a lot since 7th grade, so when she sees a hairstyle in a magazine, she is excited to try it. But the other BSC girls like the way Mary Anne is now. But Mary Anne really likes the hairstyle, so she goes ahead and gets it. Everyone at Mary Anne's school loves the new hairstyle, all except the Babysitter's Club girls. Mary Anne is offended; how could her best friends not want the best for her? I thought this book was dramatic, fun to read, and inspiring. Mary Anne is a very relatable character. The reader can admire from Mary Anne's confidence but also learn a good lesson about talking through things with the people you care about and asking for advice. This story is all about growing up, friendship, babysitting, and trying new things. I suggest if you like friendship and babysitting.