Post by claudiascandystash on Aug 16, 2006 1:01:24 GMT -5
Favourite- DEfinitely Summer Vacation. Ditto on the Mal and Jessi being horrendously dorky- if I were them, I would have to make fun of myself. Also, Mary Anne's letter still makes me chuckle- she sounded like a randy 80 year old.
Least Favourite- Island Adventure- why the hell would anyone let their kids go on a boat in open water with 13 year olds? I betcha the Newtons, the Braddocks, and The Ramseys had killer life insurance policies which would give them a WHOOOLE lot of money if their kids were killed accidentally....
Post by wiredwytch on Aug 16, 2006 14:51:13 GMT -5
My all-time favourite must be Baby-sitters on Board. I always really liked that one, probably because they go to Disneyworld and I always wanted to go there I must say that I really liked all the super specials that were published in the Netherlands (only four -- SS 1: Baby-sitters on Board, SS 2: Baby-sitters' Summer Vacation , SS 4: Baby-sitters' Island Adventure and SS 5: California Girls -- as far as I know, so not much to choose from) at least they were longer than the normal books. And more diverse stuff happened.
Just because chocolate is divided into squares, doesn't mean it's supposed to be shared...
Post by wanderingfrog on Aug 20, 2006 13:14:55 GMT -5
Have you read The Baby-sitters Club Secret Santa? Mary Anne's Christmas card to Logan is just as disturbing... except it's a real card intended for him and not only to prove to somebody that she really has a boyfriend.
"I'm tired of being a lovely lady. From now on I'm going to be a cat." ~ Melody Korman
Listen-through Progress: #29 Mallory and the Mystery Diary (November 1989)
Post by tiffanykilbourne on Oct 9, 2006 18:59:14 GMT -5
My favorite has always been "Summer Vacation". I think because it was one of the earlier ones it was one of the better written ones and I loved the summer camp theme. I actually really liked "Island Adventure" too, which I know alot of people didn't. My least favorite was "Shadow Lake". I found it kinda boring.