^ Pamela and Leslie have there own stories. It's actually really interesting to read them. The only thing that bugs me is the inconsistency in "holiday time" because that's the book Pamela first shows up. In LS it's like fall (September) and "Holiday Time" is set during December.
I never seen these books, not when I was a preteen/teenager. I still haven't seen them, as adult.
I keep on thinking these came out very late, but they came out in 1995.
I was 13 at the time. Weird, didn't see them in the bookstore. Cause, I remember the BSC & LS was in the juvenile section of the bookstore. Anyways, maybe I'll find it at used book store or the library I go to.
Post by sparklymouse on Oct 29, 2019 20:16:51 GMT -5
I had two of these sitting in my closet unread, so I finally buzzed through them.
#1 Teacher's Pet. I was always kind of intrigued by the thought of a class pet. My school didn't do that, except I vaguely remember having a bowl of tadpoles once. The whole class bringing in their pets at the same time sounded like a horrible idea.
#10 Holiday Time. There was such an over saturation of holiday books in the Little Sister series that I wasn't really pumped to read this. The holiday part was actually fairly cute and interesting. However! I don't understand the straight up repeat of Karen's Sleepover. I need to pull out my copy of that to compare pictures of Pamela in her cool-girl pink outfit.
Anyway, I haven't read anything BSC related in ages. It was rather relaxing, lol.
Post by nancydawes on Feb 10, 2021 15:07:50 GMT -5
I did a reread of some of the little sister books and I wished they use some of the more underused kids. Like Ian, Hank, and Terri they all had a plot with Karen in the little sister series at some point. However we never saw Jannie or Chris or Omar used much in the little sister series and they should have gotten a book before someone like Pamela got one first.