The Baby-Sitters Club #12: Claudia and the New Girl

The Baby-Sitters Club #12: Claudia and the New Girl

By Ann M. Martin

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Book 12 of 94 in the  The Baby-Sitters Club Series
The hit series is back, to charm and inspire another generation of baby-sitters!

Claudia has always been the most outrageous girl in her class . . . until Ashley Wyeth comes along. Ashley's really different--she dresses in hippie clothes, wears six earrings and work boots, and is the most fantastic artist Claudia has ever met.

Ashley says Claudia has artistic talent, too, but thinks Claudia should spend more time on her ""calling"" and stop wasting time on the Baby-sitters Club.

The Baby-sitters are sick of Ashley Wyeth, and they feel like Claudia is a traitor. Claudia has to decide: either the BSC or the new girl--one of them's got to go!

The best friends you'll ever have--with classic BSC covers and a letter from Ann M. Martin!
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Published on 12/1/2012
Binding: Kindle Edition
Number of pages: 99

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Claudia loves art! So, when a new girl named Ashley comes to Stoneybrook Middle school, Claudia and Ashley immediately get along. But soon Claudia is spending more time with Ashley than she is with the BSC girls. The BSC girls are mad at Ashley; she's stealing their friend! I thought this book was great! It teaches the importance of not losing sight of the people you care about and not getting caught up with the wrong things. This book had a lot of great life lessons, and I would suggest if you like art, friendship, and babysitting. Happy reading!

This is a book in the baby sitters written by Ann M. Martin. In this book, a new student enters Claudia's school. Ashley, an artist so serious about her work that it is the main focus in her life. She's convinced that Claudia has a lot of potential, but that she needs to be more serious about her work... even if that means quitting the baby sitters club. Read the book to find out what happens! I gave this book 4 stars because it is really interesting and focuses on a new character too. Hope you like this book! Happy Reading!