Post by sparklymouse on Nov 6, 2014 16:02:03 GMT -5
^You can't sign up under a name that someone else has signed up under, but I believe you can change your name to whatever. I could change mine to Celaeno with a capital C. I don't approve, but they didn't ask me.
Post by mallorypike on Nov 7, 2014 18:52:04 GMT -5
^ That's true.
As for whose portrait I'd like to read, it would be interesting to read about Jessi. I would like to read about her childhood in Oakley, what introduced her to ballet, what made her want to babysit, etc. Also, it'd be pretty cool to read about babysitting charges, and their families. For example, I would like to read about the Barrett family, and we could get a better glimpse into Mr. Barrett, etc.
~The Babysitters Club. I'm proud to say it was totally my idea, even though the four of us worked it out together~Kristy's Great Idea
Post by stolenbooks on Mar 8, 2015 14:22:56 GMT -5
I always wanted there to be a book describing Richard and Sharon's romance from their perspective. Of course it was all fairytales and lovey dovey stuff from Dawn and Mary Anne's P.O.V, but what is it like for the couple themselves? Maybe Sharon, having to deal with your parents pushing you to move out to California to escape someone below you, to marrying someone maybe she never really loved to reconnecting with Richard but not wanting to jump into yet another marriage (thus the Tripp Man). Or from Richard's P.O.V from losing to Sharon to then Alma, God that had to have been hard.
I had the thought last night that reading Ms. Colman's portrait would be interesting. I would enjoy from her POV hearing about the kids in her class (ideally something about each of them) and how she and Mr. Simmons met Lisa and Seth. That said, I'd also enjoy reading Mr. Berger's portrait simply so we could finally meet his class more and find out if they also got to go on some of the field trips the KIMCC did and if the two classes ever did any projects together like working in the hospital playroom in Karen's Accident or Halloween costumes for Mr. Posner's kids in Karen's candy (we never got to even read about Mr. B's class working with any of the kids). I realize it may have been easier for the writers to limit interaction with the other second grade class at Stoneybrook Academy, but I also think including them in a few more books in greater detail may have made for some fun and different LS stories.