Since moving back to California, things for Dawn have been going well. She is in the We ❤ Kids Club with her best friends Sunny, Maggie, and Jill, Dawn's brother and father are being great, and even Carol, Dawn's dad's girlfriend, is being decent. Things get even better when the We ❤ Kids Club gets on TV! But things begin to get a little hectic. With all the fame, the girls can't keep up with all the calls. It doesn't help that there are no rules in the club. Rules are too "rigid" for this club. Things only get worse when Dawn's dad springs on Dawn big and terrible news. Dawn remembered California way differently than it actually is. Was it a mistake coming back? I thought this book was amazing. It taught it important lesson of talking things through with the people you love. This book reminded me a lot another BSC book "Mary Anne's Makeover", in fact, in this book, they mentioned what happened in "Mary Anne's Makeover". They're similar in the fact that both girls decide to make their own path, not caring or considering the aftermath or consequences. In this book, Dawn runs away back to Stoneybrook after her father gives his news. That part was exciting. It taught the importance of not letting your emotions get in the way of your logical thinking. I suggest this book if you like reading about family, friendship, and babysitting. Happy reading!
Dawn and the We Love Kids Club (Baby-Sitters Club, 72)
By Ann M. Martin
Book 72 of 94 in the The Baby-Sitters Club Series
After moving to California, Dawn, a charter member of the Baby-sitters Club, starts her own We Love Kids Club, and the laid-back club may become even more successful than Stoneybrook's Baby-sitters Club. Original.
Published on 2/1/1994