The Baby-Sitters Club: The Truth About Stacey

The Baby-Sitters Club: The Truth About Stacey America S Favorite Baby Sitters Come To Life In A New Graphic Novel Series Poor Stacey She S Moved To A New Town She S Still Coming To Terms With Her Diabetes She S Facing Baby Sitting Problems Left And Right And Her Parents Are No Help.Luckily, Stacey Has Three New, True Friends Kristy, Claudia, And Mary Anne Together They Re The BSC, And They Will Deal With Whatever S Thrown Their Way Even If It S A Rival Baby Sitting Club

10 thoughts on “The Baby-Sitters Club: The Truth About Stacey

  1. says:

    I started reading the Baby Sitter s Club books when I was nine years old, and even though they are deeply formulaic and predictable and old fashioned and ridiculous, I loved them then and I love them now and I will continue to love them with the same fervor until I die not to get all hyperbolic or anything They were recommended to me actually to my mom for me by the mom of one of my elementary school classmates thanks, Mrs Lee because one of the main characters, Stacey, has diabetes that s the ominous Truth in The Truth About Stacey Stacey is the first diabetic character I encountered in literature, and she remained the only one for a couple years until I got Sweetblood from the Scholastic book fair in fifth or sixth grade and I became obsessed with that book instead It s only years later that I realized how outdated and somewhat problematic the representation of diabetes is in these books Stacey can t eat pizza my nightmare or any of the good snacks at club meetings, and the club members continually mention that it s gross Stacey has to give herself shots and that they could never do it I could never give myself shots multiple times a day This is one of my all time least favorite things people say to me about diabetes, because it s total bullshit When your options are shots or death, my guess is that 99.99 percent of people are gonna choose shots Anyway I only recently learned that...

  2. says:

    Stacey was very secretive in the first volume, because she feared if she told her friends that she was diabetic, they would suddenly stop talking to her like her best friend back in New York did Obviously she was wrong to believe that, but she did tell the Baby Sitters Club the truth in the end and everyone accepted her In this volume, we get a glimpse of her past and her family life We are able to understand her everyday life better and what it means for her to be diabetic But this volume does not only focus on Stacey She may be the main character, but the main subject concerns all Baby Sitters Club members Indeed, the club may be in danger of losing all of its customers, seeing that there is a new club in town This club has something Stacey s does not older members.However, the girls will realize that it s not because someone is older that they are responsible They will also have to find a way to save their club which m...

  3. says:

    This was very good I like these girls and their adventures and challenges

  4. says:

    Oh the nostalgia I grew up loving the Baby Sitter s Club and these graphic novels are a fun way to bring back memories of my childhood.

  5. says:

    This series is so heartwarming and believable I loved that the girls were met with a challenge to their business in this one and I enjoyed getting to know Stacey A very sweet and cozy read on this rainy day.

  6. says:

    Did u know that Stacey is from New York also that she has diabetes

  7. says:

    Oh my God I m having such nostalgic feels over this series Keep em comin

  8. says:

    Enserio de verdad, me encantan estas novelas gr ficas, en esta nos habla un poco mas de Stacey y me ha gustado much simo la verdad, necesito mas

  9. says:

    Perhaps unsurprisingly this book continues what is a great adaption of a rather timeless series While I was a bit concerned by the lack of modern issues tackled in the first book, I have since read Drama by Raina Telgemeier and published by Scholastic, which was for a similar age group but completely original.Since Scholastic and Telgemeier are obviously not afraid of tackl...

  10. says:

    I thought that it was a good read, but the one thing that is incorrect about the book is that in the original series, The Truth About Stacey, is the third book while Claudia and the Phantom Phone Caller is the second book They literally skipped...

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