Welcome Back, Stacey! (The Baby-Sitters Club Series #28)by Ann M. Martin
Stacey's parents are getting a divorce. Stacey is sad and angry, and she has a big decision to make--stay in New York with her father, or move back to Stoneybrook with her mother. See more details below
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Stacey's parents are getting a divorce. Stacey is sad and angry, and she has a big decision to make--stay in New York with her father, or move back to Stoneybrook with her mother.
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Amazing great quick read! Ages 9-13
I am just in love with thede series i mean i started reading them in third grade abd i am know in sixth grade still adoring this series. This book is one of my favorites and also a very sad one. Stacey firsts leaves Claudia, Kristy, Marry Ann and the rest to go live in New York City with her dad and she gets to dpend more time with her best friend Lainey wich is great but i just wish she stayed in Storybrooke so i cried during the book "Good Bye Stacey" and know after reading this book for the one hundreth time i still cry because she is know keaving her dad and Lainey i just wish everyone could be together. I started reading these books when i was eight and i got hooked on the very first word of "Kristys Great Idea" and have gone all the way ro like one hundred something so i just adore ths series becausr it had been my favorite series and still is and it just holds a place in my heart snd childhood that no other book can replace. I want to also say thank you to Anne M. Martin because your books are fantastic! You also hold a special place in my heart. You and the babysitter club books have touched me because i can relate to all charchters i feel like i know them and with Annes amazing writing i feel like i am also there. If i ever get yhe chance to meet Anne i would tell her all of this. I love you also because you have inspired me to right a series of books. Even writing all of this i am tearing up because you are so special to me. I love you Anne M. Martin dearly!