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Daniel's first babysitter —Schwartz, Alexandra Cassel author.

It's a big night in the neighborhood when Prince Tuesday arrives to babysit. Daniel knows he'll have a grr-ific time. Still, he's a little anxious that Mom and Dad Tiger are going out. Maybe his bedtime routine and a fav...

Mary Anne saves the day —Martin, Ann M., 1955- author.

When a fight breaks out among the members of the Babysitters Club, timid Mary Anne finds herself becoming more assertive as a baby sitter and in her relationships with her father and friends.

The good, the bad, and the bossy —Cala, Caroline, author.

Just when Malia, Dot, and Bree corner the Playa Del Mar babysitting market, their lives get even busier and Malia comes up with a plan to outsource their babysitting jobs.

Miss Impossible —Cala, Caroline, author.

Malia, Dot, and Bree get a much older-- and scarier-- client than they expected, but looks can be deceiving.

Sitting duck —Urbanovic, Jackie.

Max the duck volunteers to help babysit for puppy Anabel, unaware of all the mischief a puppy can get into.

Hello, Mallory —Martin, Ann M., 1955- author.

Mallory Pike has always wanted to be a member of the Baby-sitters Club. The Baby-sitters are so much fun to be around, and so grown-up. Now the club members have invited Mallory to a meeting. This might be her big chance...

Logan likes Mary Anne! —Martin, Ann M., 1955- author.

A new boy in school, Logan Bruno, wants to join the Baby-sitters Club, while Mary Anne finds her feelings for Logan are complicated, to say the least.

Pirates don't change diapers —Long, Melinda.

Braid Beard and his pirate crew return to retrieve the treasure they buried in Jeremy Jacob's backyard, but first they must help calm his baby sister, Bonney Anne, whom they awoke from her nap.

Good night, sleep tight —Fox, Mem, 1946- author.

In this book with rhyming text, Bonnie and Ben's favorite babysitter reads them nursery rhymes before putting them to bed.

Dawn and the impossible three —Martin, Ann M., 1955- author.

As a new member of the Baby-sitters Club, Dawn tries to win the acceptance of the club's president by tackling a tough babysitting job.

Silent to the bone —Konigsburg, E. L.

When he is wrongly accused of gravely injuring his baby half-sister, thirteen-year-old Branwell loses his power of speech and only his friend Connor is able to reach him and uncover the truth about what really happened.

Kristy and the snobs —Martin, Ann M., 1955-
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When her mother's remarriage takes her family into a much wealthier neighborhood, thirteen-year-old Kristy finds herself surrounded by snobbish girls who compare clothes, make fun of the Baby-sitters Club, and insult her...

Do not EVER be a babysitter! —Muntean, Michaela, author.

Uncle Pig is babysitting his niece and nephews for the first time and he has no idea how to keep them from turning his home into a total wreck--and when he takes them outside the chaos continues.

Shrek : triple the trouble —Hapka, Cathy.

"When Shrek and Fiona need a night out, they call Donkey and Puss In Boots to babysit. How much trouble can the babies be? The babysitters find out that with three ogre babies, trouble is spelled with a capital T!"--BO...

Good-bye, Stacey, good-bye —Martin, Ann M., 1955-

Stacey's friends are crushed when they hear that she is moving back to New York City. How will the Baby-sitters Club cope without her?

Shy Charles —Wells, Rosemary.

Being painfully timid and shy does not keep a young mouse from rescuing his babysitter in an emergency situation, although after becoming a hero he still says zero.

The disaster days —Behrens, Rebecca, author.

Thirteen-year-old Hannah's first real babysitting job turns into a nightmare when a major earthquake knocks out power and phones, cuts off the island, and leaves her stranded with two children.

Tiger in my soup —Sheth, Kashmira.

Left in the care of his older sister, a boy begs her to read his favorite book but she is too absorbed in her own reading even to notice when a tiger comes to life in the steam from his so

Mr. Nogginbody and the childish child —Shannon, David, 1959- author, illustrator.

Mr. Nogginbody discovers that babysitting is much more difficult than he imagined, but also how much more fun it can be to act like a child than to be the grownup.

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