This one was probably the saddest and the most interesting BSC book. Mary Anne thinks Logan and her are spending too much time together. She isn't able to do the things she wants to like hang out with Kristy, play with Tigger, or babysit. Mar Anne is beginning to think that she and Logan need to "cool down their relationship." But Logan takes that the wrong way. He thinks she means to break up. The BSC is shocked and sad. They thought Logan and Mary Anne would be forever. I have to say, I was surprised when the book ended with Mary Anne and Logan breaking up. In normal books, the authors would make the book end happily but this one is different. Surprisingly, I really liked it. It was touching, sad, and very emotional. I really think that Ann M. Martin did a great job of weaving in heartbreak and good life lessons. I can guarantee that you will walk away from this book feeling sad but also full of great knowledge. I suggest this if you like romance, friendship, and babysitting. Happy Reading! (P.S. Have a box of tissues handy. 😂)
Mary Anne vs. Logan (Baby-Sitters Club #41)
By Ann M. Martin
Book 41 of 94 in the The Baby-Sitters Club Series
|Interest Level||Reading Level||Reading A-Z||ATOS||Word Count|
|Grades 4 - 8||Grade 4||n/a||4||26070|
Mary Anne feels she and Logan have been spending too much time together. They fight over silly things and Mary Anne never has any time to herself. Finally, she sadly realizes what she must do: break up with Logan. The Baby-sitters are shocked!
Published on 10/1/1997