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by Ann M. Martin

eBook Kristy and the Mother's Day Surprise (Baby-Sitters Club #24) download ISBN: 0590673920
Author: Ann M. Martin
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks; Collector's edition (April 1, 1997)
Language: English
ePub: 1177 kb
Fb2: 1813 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

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Читать онлайн - Martin Ann . Kristy and the Mother's Day Surprise Ann M. Martin Chapter 1. I’ve been thinking about families lately, wondering what makes one. Is a family really a mother, a father, and a kid or two? I hope not, because if that’s a family, then I haven’t got one. And neither do a lot of other people I know. For instance, Nannie, Mom’s mother, lives all by herself.

Home Ann M. Martin Kristy and the Mother's Day Surprise. I’m thirteen years old. I’m in eighth grade. I’m the president of the Baby-sitters Club (more about that later). Kristy and the mothers .Kristy and the Mother's Day Surprise, . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9. For Amy Berkower. I like sports, and I guess you could say I’m a tomboy. Well, wouldn’t you be one if you had a whole bunch of brothers?) I’m not the neatest person in the world. I don’t care much about boys or clothes. I’m famous for coming up with big ideas.

Mother's Day is coming up and the Baby-sitters have the same problem they do every year: What do they get their mothers? Kristy, especially, wants to do something nice for her mom. Mrs. Brewer has been acting kind of strange and secretive lately, and Kristy's worried about he.But then Kristy gets another one of her great ideas

Kristy and the Mother's Day Surprise (Baby-Sitters Club, No. 24). Ann Martin.

Kristy and the Mother's Day Surprise (Baby-Sitters Club, No. Download (pdf, 339 Kb) Donate Read. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format.But then Kristy gets another one of her great ideas. Why don't the Baby-sitters treat their moms - and the mothers of the kids they sit for - to a day off without any kids around? The BSC plans a gigantic baby-sitting party. It's a Mother's Day surprise that couldn't be beat!.

Kristy and the Mother's Day Surprise is the 24th book in the original The Baby-Sitters Club series. Kristy and The Baby-sitters Club plan a huge outing as a surprise for their clients. Kristy decides to give the mothers of some of their charges a day off by taking the kids to a carnival, feeding them lunch, play at the park, and then take them back to Claudia's house for crafts & stories. Stacey even comes up to Stoneybrook for the weekend since they are watching 21 kids.

The Baby-Sitters Club Kristy and the Mother's Day S.The hijinks with the Baby-Sitters Club taking a bunch of neighborhood kids to a carnival were amusing enough. They did their usual thing that they started doing while taking care of lots of kids at once-organized them with colors and stuff-and dealt with bad stuff like injuries and nausea.

Devising a kid-free day off for all the hardworking mothers in Stoneybrook, Kristy and the rest of the Baby-sitters Club are pleased by the successful day, which concludes with a big surprise for Kristy. Reissue.
Comments: (7)
My daughter loves reading and ask for the original babysitter club books.
I don't know why someone would badmouth this book I mean it was the welcoming of Emily but I also don't know why she has four names.(it's wired)I love baby's I even have two baby cousins. So that concludes my review.
Sometimes one can overdo it with the BSC. Maybe that's why I found myself anxious to get to the end. Between all the planning for the carnival and the constant descriptions of who is in what group, etc,, one can really start yawning. This is the introduction of Emily as Kristy's adoptive sister and I like how the author(s) incorporate mixed families into the pot, being that not all families are biological. I'm onto "Claudia and the new girl" now and have to give the BSC their proper dues! Actually running a business with a notebook, a budget, appointments, etc---all without staring down at their stupid little phones like the brats of the new millennium. Heck, the BSC is probably more professional than a 30-someting entrepreneur start-up company! Go, girls!
Prince Persie
I'm not sure how the Baby-Sitters Club gets the idea that the perfect Mother's Day present for the moms of the neighborhood would be "to not be moms" for a day. That always seemed counterintuitive to me, given that my Mother's Days were usually spent trying to do something nice for my mom and making her glad that she was a mom. I had a big problem with this premise.

The hijinks with the Baby-Sitters Club taking a bunch of neighborhood kids to a carnival were amusing enough. They did their usual thing that they started doing while taking care of lots of kids at once--organized them with colors and stuff--and dealt with bad stuff like injuries and nausea. But then the interesting stuff happens when Kristy's family adopts a new baby, which I have trouble believing because the bomb is dropped in this book that the adoption is happening and then it pretty much immediately happens, so I have to wonder whether a) the author did no research about how adoption works or b) she ignored how it works for convenience, like she often does to make a tight little plot that starts and ends in the same book. It also made me sad that they adopted a little girl from Vietnam and they give her an American name, so I wondered about her parents and whether she had her own name given to her by them. Oh, and it bugs me that every time the club has a big thing to do, they have to get all the members together, including a girl who lives in another state. How weird is that?
Kristy's is having trouble deciding what to get for her mother for Mother's Day. Then, Kristy get one of her famous great ideas. The best part about the idea, is that it is like a present to lots of the Baby-sitters Club's clients. The idea is that the BSC will watch alot of the clients children the day before Mother's Day, so that the mothers can get a day off from being mothers. The children have a great time. Plus, a surprise vistor to most of the children, an old friend of the BSC comes to visit. Just when Kristy though that the day couldn't have been better, her mother reveiles a surprise of her own.
the mother's day surprise is about kristy mother and stepfather adopting emily michelle, a 2 year old baby girl from vietnam. The book is not really about that though it's mostly about the babysitters club and visiting stacey(who was in new york at the time) taking the kids to a carnival during the mother's day weekend to give them a day off or something. It may have been a sweet gesture, but during mother's day families actually LIKE to spend time with one another on the weekends and if I were a mother with kids and living in stoneybrook I never would have wanted to send my kids in the care of 13 year old girls on a festive weekend that is supposed to be family time. Come on!
Silly Dog
This book was okay. I mean, the text and all were good and the idea was great, but for one thing: the author treats the girls like they're adults. We know they're not. When I was, like, eight I used to think: Oh, when I'm thirteen I'll be just as adult and I'll feel really adult then. And you know what? I don't, I really don't. Martin treats the kids like they're grown up already, when really, some people aren't grown up until they're thirty. Nice try, Martin, but try to write a little more convincingly.
I looooooved this book! its just amazing! My fav part was when they take the kids to a circus. I love the babysitters club books......Ann M. Martin has done it again!!! :)