➷ Boy-Crazy Stacey (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphic Novel #7) Author Gale Galligan – Buyphenergan500.us

Boy-Crazy Stacey (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphic Novel #7) Stacey And Mary Anne Are Baby Sitting For The Pike Family For Two Weeks At The New Jersey Shore Things Are Great In Sea City There S A Gorgeous House Right On The Beach, A Boardwalk, Plenty Of Sun And Sand And The Cutest Boy Stacey Has Ever Seen Mary Anne Thinks That Stacey Should Leave Scott Alone And Focus On The Pike Kids, But Stacey S In Love Looking For Reasons To Hang Around His Lifeguard Stand Takes Up All Of Her Time, Which Means Mary Anne Has To Do The Job Of Two Baby Sitters Mary Anne Doesn T Like It One Bit How Can She Tell Stacey That Scott Just Isn T Interested Without Ruining Their Friendship And Breaking Stacey S Heart

<Reading> ➷ Boy-Crazy Stacey (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphic Novel #7)  Author Gale Galligan – Buyphenergan500.us
  • Paperback
  • 176 pages
  • Boy-Crazy Stacey (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphic Novel #7)
  • Gale Galligan
  • 27 September 2017
  • 9781338304510

    10 thoughts on “ ➷ Boy-Crazy Stacey (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphic Novel #7) Author Gale Galligan – Buyphenergan500.us

  1. says:

    Fantastic, fun, WE RE 13, WE RE TEENAGERS NOW drama I enjoyed the pants off it I actually read Boy Crazy Stacey, BSC 8, because I ve been listening to the Babysitters Club Club podcast and that book was perfectly fine, but this graphic novel winnows the chaff from Boy Crazy Stacey into a focused, and realistic, drama about beaches, boys and babysitting If I remember correctly, in the original novel, Stacey actually goes on dates with Scott the dreamy lifeguard who s probably, like, sixteen or older, and Mary Ann is trying to go on dates with Alex, but the babysitters each only have one night night off a week from the Pike kids and Stacey is a jerk about it In that timeline, Mary Ann and Logan were already an item, and she and Alex conclude that they each have honeys back home and it s okay to be boy and girl friends, which is absolutely true, but most thirteen year olds don t have steady boyfriends I think this conceit hearkens back to the time when a date was effectively hanging out with an opposite gender friend with the possibility of romance but not the obligation, which is how that worked when Ann M Martin was a teen but not how it worked by 1988, and especially not now In this graphic novel, Stacey blows off Mary Ann all day to hang around the lifeguard stand with Scott and his cool teenage buddies, and Mary Ann is stuck looking after all eight Pike kids on the beach Mary Ann takes the high road and she and Stacey have a fun night out on the boardwalk that Stacey ruins by spending the whole time trying to find Scott a present, and then they see Scott kissing a girl who is older than thirteen Stacey is devastated Mary Ann befriends a cute boy babysitter named Alex and they chum around and have fun with their charges, which is shown less explicitly because it s harder to draw fun than pathos Stacey transfers her affections to Alex s cousin Toby, who is cool but not the literal coolest boy on the beach, and they do a kiss and promise to write Good luck with that But maybe they ll see each other at Sea City in the sequel Great art, postcards, lots of Pike kids, mini golf, splashing, etc Just a good all around fun book I read it in about fifty minutes, although one could spend time admiring the artwork, if one needed to stretch out the reading experience to justify the 12.95.

  2. says:

    A cute, fun summer read I love these books but miss Reina s art She drew the first four books in this series, and while Gale Galligan s art style is very nice and expressive, I m still having trouble getting used to the shift in the style There is something about Reina s designs that I prefer.

  3. says:

    one of my favoret books

  4. says:

    I have not read it yet

  5. says:

    It s very interesting I like this book very much

  6. says:

    Stacey and Mary Anne are baby sitting for the Pike family for two weeks at the New Jersey shore, and things are good in Sea City There s a pretty house right on the beach, a boardwalk, plenty of sun and sand and according to Stacey, the cutest boy ever Mary Anne thinks that Stacey should leave Scott alone and focus on the Pike kids, but Stacey thinks she is in love When Stacey leaves to hang out with Scott instead of doing her babysitting jobs, she leaves Marry Anne two babysitting jobs Is it too much for Marry Anne Does Stacey find her true love Read this great book to find out I recommend this book to kids mostly girls, as there s a lot of boy drama in it my age because it is very fun to read Hope you enjoy

  7. says:

    I read this late at night in sub optimal lighting, so I don t think I allowed myself to be 100% immersed in this fantastic book Not that that deterred me from loving this The art is amazing as always, I love how the postcards were done I felt like Stacey s crush on Scott could have been expanded on for instance, we never got to see her fetching him a soda but the looks on Mary Anne s face than made up for that This was a delight, and I m so happy that the graphic novel fans got their introduction to the magic that is Sea City And now, a personal anecdote the exchange I had with the woman at the bookstore checkout Her Oh, hot off the presses Me Yeah, I almost forgot it came out today Her Well you re going to have a happy camper at home Me Uh, yeah Me It s for me I m the happy camper Her pause Well good for you

  8. says:

    Here s number 7 in the Baby sitters Club graphic novel series The volume was beautifully designed and illustrated but I am so tired of the old girl falls in love with boy and gives him all the power theme Please Please Please can we let young girls know that they don t have to give away themselves in order to be liked.

  9. says:

    I loved this book I think it adds a form of maturity to the Babysitters Club series in the Graphix series I would recommend this book to all kids, even though there is some kissing involved At the end of the book, it made the Babysitters Club a whole new thing You can tell all of the characters are definitely growing and changing.

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