When Stacey finds out that her parents are getting a divorce, she feels awful. She knows that her parents have been having problems and fighting a lot, but she can't believe that they are actually getting a divorce! She wished they would just work it out like adults! Plus Stacey is faced with one of the hardest decisions she's ever had to make. Will she move back to Stoneybrook with her mom, or will she stay in New York with her dad. She knows that neither place will completely feel normal again, but she has to choose. But how can she choose between her parents and between her two favorite places in the world? Read the book to find out more! This book is great if you are going through something or if you are being faced with a hard choice. It really makes you feel better and like you are not alone. This book would probably be good for middle school age readers. I hope you enjoy this book! Happy Reading!
Welcome Back, Stacey (Baby-Sitters Club, 28)
By Ann M. Martin
Book 28 of 94 in the The Baby-Sitters Club Series
Stacey's parents are getting a divorce. Stacey is sad and angry, and she has a big decision to make--stay in New York with her father, or move back to Stoneybrook with her mother.
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks
Published on 2/1/1997
Number of pages: 160
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I really really really like this book series I hope more books of the baby sitters books come out iOMG this book is Amazing