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by Ann M. Martin

Subcategory: Children
Author: Ann M. Martin
ISBN: 0590709976
ISBN13: 978-0590709972
Language: English
Publisher: Hippo Books (September 13, 1988)
Pages: 156
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Mary Anne Saves the Day is the fourth book in The Baby-Sitters Club series by Ann M. Martin. Mary Anne has never been a leader of the Baby-sitters Club.

Mary Anne Saves the Day is the fourth book in The Baby-Sitters Club series by Ann M. But now there's a big fight among the four friends, and Mary Anne doesn't have them to depend on anymore. It's bad enough when she's left alone at the lunch table at school. But when she has to baby-sit a sick child without any help from her friends, Mary Anne knows it's time to take charge.

The Baby-sitters Club is really more of a business than a club. This is how it works: On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons, the club meets from five-thirty untilsix o'clock.

Chapter 1. "Kristy! Hey, Kristy!" I called. It was Monday afternoon, almost five-thirty, and time for a meeting of the Baby-sitters Club. I had just stepped onto my front porch. At the house next door, I could see Kristy Thomas stepping onto her front porch. Kristy is the president of the Baby-sitters Club. She's also my best friend in the whole world. We've grown up together. The Baby-sitters Club is really more of a business than a club. Our clients call us on Claudia's line to tell us when they'll need baby-sitters.

Ann M. Martin's The Baby-Sitters Club series has over 176 million copies in print worldwide and inspired a generation of. .Where, one wonders does Mary Anne saving the day come into play? She is babysitting for a new client and the little girl spikes a rather high fever and Mary Anne calls 911. Martin's The Baby-Sitters Club series has over 176 million copies in print worldwide and inspired a generation of young readers. Her novels include the Main Street series; Belle Teal; the Newbery Honor book A Corner of the Universe; Here Today; A Dog's Life; and On Christmas Eve; as well as the much-loved collaborations . Longer Letter Later and Snail Mail, No More with Paula Danziger.

I remember first reading Mary Anne Saves the Day when I was about 10 or 11 years old. It was the first Baby-Sitters Club book that I had ever read and once I was finished, I was hooked. I remember first reading Mary Anne Saves the Day when I was about 10 or 11 years old.

the "day" mary anne "saves" is the day she sits for jenny prezzioso, who spikes a fever of 104 . mary anne can't find an adult to take jenny to the hospital, so she calls for an ambulance & does everything right-leaves a message at the gymnasium where mr. & mrs. prezzioso are seeing a basketball game (oh, the days before cell. It actually would have been a decent ending to the short series, and definitely leaves you wanting more.

It's time for Mary Anne to step in and save the day! The best friends you'll ever have-with classic BSC covers and a letter from Ann M.A grat book, I think that wen I'm a baby sitter it will help m. It's full of sepense. I loved it!!. how more. Martin! About this book.

It would be easy for her to let someone else answer it, so if she made the effort, then it probably meant she wasn’t so mad anymore. Mimi opened the door. She looked worried llo, Mary Anne, she said solemnly. Usually, I run right upstairs. Claudia’s here, isn’t she?. I knew she wanted to say something more but was too tactful. Well, I’ll go on up, too. See you later, Mimi. I walked up the stairs, dashed by Janine’s room, and entered Claudia’s. There were Stacey and Claudia

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By handling an emergency responsibly, Mary Anne impresses her over-protective father and the other Club . I was 13 when my dad bought Mary Anne Saves the Day for me at the local grocery store

By handling an emergency responsibly, Mary Anne impresses her over-protective father and the other Club members. I was 13 when my dad bought Mary Anne Saves the Day for me at the local grocery store. He said I could get a book and that one caught my eye. I read it when I got home, and I was hooked.

Comments to eBook Mary Anne Saves the Day (Babysitters Club)
Dorintrius
Posted originally on my blog: [...]

I forgot how easy it was to sit down with a Baby-sitters Club book and just finish it in one sitting. This is probably one of the reasons I loved the series as a little girl. The other reason lay with the girls themselves. Despite how much or how little I liked each character, they all had at least one thing that resonated with the young girl I was.

Mary Anne Spier is actually the first member of The Baby-sitters Club that I was introduced to and she always remained one of my favorites. Despite the fact I was more like Kristy Thomas, I found something comforting about how sensitive Mary Anne could be and how loving she was towards her friends. Whenever trouble stirs up within the group, she’s usually the one trying to maintain the peace.

This is especially apparent in this first story based around Mary Anne. After months of little things bothering them (i.e. people not offering jobs, people being rude, etc.) the girls find themselves at odds with one another after a huge blow up. Surprisingly, the adult in me didn’t spend the entire book rolling my eyes at the drama between the girls. Because, even now, as an adult, I know how easily one little argument, disagreement or misunderstanding can blow up into a huge fight. Besides, I remember the petty fights my friends and I had at the age and no matter how stupid it was, we let them drag on and on and on.

This particular fight actually serves as a positive thing for Mary Anne and in the end, the entire club. For Mary Anne, it forces her out of her comfort zone. For too long, she’s hidden behind Kristy and Claudia. She’s shy and never makes it a point to befriend people other than those who are friends with her friends. But when this fight leaves her sitting all alone in the cafeteria, she finds the courage to befriend a new girl, Dawn Schafer. Not only does it open her up to making a new friend, but it allows her an opportunity to find her own voice. Especially in regards to sticking up for herself with her friends and ultimately her father, who still treats her like a little girl.

Once everything is said and done, the girls manage to make up and find themselves with a new member in their midst. Meanwhile, Mary Anne’s father allows her to rid herself of the childish braids, choose her own clothing (within reason, obviously) and even have a later curfew for babysitting. True, the stories of these girls aren’t going to become classical fiction like Little Women or Little House on the Prairie did, but they had an impact on my childhood and I love having the opportunity to try and recapture that feeling.
Ral
My daughter has struggled with reading for several years. This book, because of the "comic book" version it is written in has her reading independently and with enthusiasm for the first time. I hope they continue with the rest of the series because if they do I will buy them ALL for her.
Modimeena
As a kid I read all the original Babysitters Club books. My daughter loves graphic novels, and mentioned these to me. I was confused at first after she said I got the wrong babysitters club book for her. It turns out these were redone for the current generation. I read some of it and it is really cool how the story is the same, but edited down and in comic form. My daughter really likes some of Raina Telgemeier's other graphic novels; Drama, Sisters, and Smile. I am not surprised she loves these. I also like that they are half the price on Amazon than at the store. I'm glad the stories I loved as a girl my daughter now loves, even if they are different.
Freaky Hook
My 9 year old daughter loves these graphic novel books! We were so sad to learn that they are only making 4 of this series in graphic novels. Cute story line- same as the ones I read when I was a kid. These books are great fro the kids who are still al little intimidated by a regular chapter book and for the ones who love to see pictures with what they are reading.
Akisame
I remember first reading Mary Anne Saves the Day when I was about 10 or 11 years old. It was the first Baby-Sitters Club book that I had ever read and once I was finished, I was hooked. Over the next couple of months I remember getting a few other BSC books which I still have today. I am now 28, but recently found my copy of Mary Anne Saves the Day (along with a few others) and decided to read it. It brought back a lot of memories! I had always loved Mary Anne, mainly because her personality is a lot like mine. The only things that differ are my parents are (thankfully) both alive and they never made me dress a certain way.

In this particular book, the BSC gets into a fight that starts because Kristy takes a babysitting job without asking who else was free to babysit on that particular day (the client is a favorite of all 4 girls). That starts a series of events that almost break up the club; no one will talk to each other and they cannot even have their meetings together for a period of time. While they are in their fight, Mary Anne befriends a girl who just moved to Stonybrook: Dawn. Where, one wonders does Mary Anne saving the day come into play? She is babysitting for a new client and the little girl spikes a rather high fever and Mary Anne calls 911. She proves to her overprotective father that she is very responsible and he finally allows her to wear her hair differently (she has always had to wear it in braids). Plus, there is a connection between Mary Anne's father and Dawn's recently divorced mother.

This *wonderful* series of books is truly inspirational and they really draw you in. Sure you can tell they were written in the mid 80s through the 90s, but in the end, that really plays only a very small part. The books are timeless and someday when I have a daughter, I hope to give the books I have to her and hope she loves them as much as I did.
Lynnak
Great books once again...my sister and I read these books as young readers and now my twelve year old loves them too. The illustrated versions seem to be a hot ticket item. My daughter was so excited that I purchased them all for her birthday...and then read the 6th one in one evening! Great, and CLEAN storylines. Totally applicable to the age group. Would highly recommend.
Vinainl
My daughter (10) got all four of the books within this series for Christmas and had them finished within three days. She has since reread them multiple times and given them as birthday gifts multiple times.
I gave this book five stars because this book is colorful and inter tanning to all ages ,and it is one of my favorite books ever!!! I loved it!❤️????
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