With Dawn in California and Mallory under the weather, the BSC girls are swamped with too many babysitting jobs. The girls are worried they'll have to close down the club. But then Jessi suggests that they allow Wendy, one of Jessi's friends, to join the club. All is well until Wendy doesn't arrive to BSC meetings on time or babysitting jobs on time either! The BSC girls are in big trouble; who is going to replace Dawn now? This book was really good. It taught an important lesson about problem-solving and always being reliable. Jessi, in the book, showed great character qualities. She was resourceful, great with kids, kind, and compassionate. I suggest this book if you like reading about friendship, problem-solving, and babysitting. Happy reading!
Jessi and the Bad Baby-Sitter (Baby-Sitters Club)
By Ann M. Martin
Book 68 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||4.1||25862|
With Dawn in California and Mallory out sick, the Baby-sitters Club must recruit a new member, but the girls begin to wonder if the new girl they have selected fits the bill.
Published on 10/1/1993
Number of pages: 141