Mary Anne Saves the Day (The Baby-Sitters Club #4) - Ages 8+
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Mary Anne Saves the Day (The Baby-Sitters Club #4) - Ages 8+

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Mary Anne has never been a leader of the BSC. So when a fight breaks out among the club's four members, Mary Anne feels a little lost, unable to depend on Kristy, Stacey, or Claudia anymore.

Sitting by herself in the cafeteria is bad enough; when Mary Anne has to baby-sit a sick child without any help from the club, she knows someone has to take action. It's time for Mary Anne to step in and save the day!

Ann M. Martin grew up in Princeton, New Jersey, and always enjoyed writing even before she was old enough to write. She would dictate stories to her mother to write them down for her. After graduating from Smith College, she became a teacher, and then an editor of children's books before becoming a full-time writer. With 180 million copies sold to date, The Baby-sitters Club made her a household name.
In addition to The Baby-sitters Club, Ann wrote the acclaimed novels-in-letters, P.S. Longer Letter Later and Snail Mail No More, with author Paula Danziger. She also co-wrote The Doll People books with Laura Godwin, illustrated by Brian Selznick. Ann wrote several novels set in the 1960s including Belle Teal, and A Corner of the Universe which won a Newberry Honor in 2003. Her novel A Dog's Life: The Autobiography of a Stray, was a winner of the ASPCA Henry Bergh Children"s Book Award.
Ann divides her time between New York City and upstate New York. She currently spends most of her time in her home in the Hudson Valley where she likes to write, go on long walks with her dog Sadie, watch old episodes of I Love Lucy, and make clothes for children, her favourite hobby.
To learn more about what Ann was like as a child, what she thinks of scary books, and more, visit her at

Author: Ann M. Martin
Series: The Baby-Sitters Club
Format: Paperback
Product dimensions: 176 pages, 7.57 X 5.29 X 0.39 in
Published: May 5, 2020
Publisher: Scholastic Canada Ltd
Recommended for ages 8-12.

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