Mallory has been feeling constantly tired and ill lately. When she goes to the doctor, she gets her diagnoses; Mallory has mono. Having Mono means many things, one of them being that Mallory can't do anything but sleep and rest. That means no babysitting and worst of all....no Baby-sitters Club. Mallory is devastated and so are the other BSC girls. It was already hard to stay afloat without Dawn and now Mallory? This book was very well written. This book is all about real friends. In the book, Mallory tries to get out the BSC by being mean to the girls, but Mal's friends immediately recognize what she is doing and tell her stop. The BSC series slogan is "The best friends you'll ever have" and that is definitely true. The author paints this wonderful friendship that Mal has with the BSC and that is really admirable. This book teaches the importance of quality friends but also stress the point of looking out for your friends as well. I suggest this book if you like reading about friendship and babysitting. Happy reading!
Get Well Soon, Mallory! (Baby-Sitters Club, 69)
By Ann M. Martin
|Interest Level||Reading Level||Reading A-Z||ATOS||Word Count|
|Grades 4 - 8||Grade 5||n/a||4.2||25110|
Book Reviews (2)
This book was really good! So Mallory gets mono. She has to rest in bed and quit the bsc. Now, she feels useless and bored. She then thinks that she should just quit the bsc all together. Will Mallory quit the bsc for good? I gove this book 4 stars.