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Who would have guessed that when the BSC girls get in a huge fight, it's shy and quiet Mary Anne who manages to save their friendship?When a terrible fight breaks out among the four Baby-Sitters Club friends, Mary Anne is left to her own devices. She has to sit by herself at lunch, make new friends, and deal with her overprotective father without advice from the BSC gang. Who would have guessed that when the BSC girls get in a huge fight, it's shy and quiet Mary Anne who manages to save their friendship?When a terrible fight breaks out among the four Baby-Sitters Club friends, Mary Anne is left to her own devices. She has to sit by herself at lunch, make new friends, and deal with her overprotective father without advice from the BSC gang. But the worst part is when she faces a terrible baby-sitting predicament, and she can't find any help.Luckily, Mary Anne rises to the occasion. Not only does she handle all her problems with aplomb, she also manages to get the BSC back together again.


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Who would have guessed that when the BSC girls get in a huge fight, it's shy and quiet Mary Anne who manages to save their friendship?When a terrible fight breaks out among the four Baby-Sitters Club friends, Mary Anne is left to her own devices. She has to sit by herself at lunch, make new friends, and deal with her overprotective father without advice from the BSC gang. Who would have guessed that when the BSC girls get in a huge fight, it's shy and quiet Mary Anne who manages to save their friendship?When a terrible fight breaks out among the four Baby-Sitters Club friends, Mary Anne is left to her own devices. She has to sit by herself at lunch, make new friends, and deal with her overprotective father without advice from the BSC gang. But the worst part is when she faces a terrible baby-sitting predicament, and she can't find any help.Luckily, Mary Anne rises to the occasion. Not only does she handle all her problems with aplomb, she also manages to get the BSC back together again.

30 review for Mary Anne Saves the Day

  1. 4 out of 5

    Prabhjot Kaur (Away)

    The baby-sitters club is back and they have more clients than they can handle. But they have a little fight over the jobs and like any other group of friends they get mad at each other and end up not speaking to each other. This story is told from Mary Anne's perspective. I am loving this series but especially the part that each story is told from a different member's perspective. Mary Anne's mother passed away when she was little and she is being raised by her single father. He is pretty strict The baby-sitters club is back and they have more clients than they can handle. But they have a little fight over the jobs and like any other group of friends they get mad at each other and end up not speaking to each other. This story is told from Mary Anne's perspective. I am loving this series but especially the part that each story is told from a different member's perspective. Mary Anne's mother passed away when she was little and she is being raised by her single father. He is pretty strict as compared to other parents and Mary Anne isn't allowed past 9 pm to stay out even for babysitting. Meanwhile, the fight keeps getting longer even though Mary Anne tries to cool things but it just doesn't work. Mary Anne meets a new girl, Dawn at school and they find out that Mary Anne's dad and Dawn's mum used to be together. So they plan to bring them together as Dawn's mother is also single now after a divorce. The baby-sitters club end up apologizing to each other and they also get a new member, Dawn for their club. This is my favorite of the series so far. I loved the story and those illustrations are absolutely amazing. 5 stars

  2. 4 out of 5

    Brianna

    I picked this up casually from the library, expecting it to be a fun little jaunt into my childhood. Friends, I was wrong. The awesomeness of this little graphic novel has inspired me to want to re-read every single one of the Babysitter's Club books ever. Raina Telgemeier does a magnificent job of capturing the girls' personalities in her artwork. This book is all about a fight among the girls in the club, and Telgemeier depicts their petty emotional tactics through the artwork, showing just ho I picked this up casually from the library, expecting it to be a fun little jaunt into my childhood. Friends, I was wrong. The awesomeness of this little graphic novel has inspired me to want to re-read every single one of the Babysitter's Club books ever. Raina Telgemeier does a magnificent job of capturing the girls' personalities in her artwork. This book is all about a fight among the girls in the club, and Telgemeier depicts their petty emotional tactics through the artwork, showing just how silly and childish they are being, rather than putting that into words. The stories have been updated just enough. The girls are still the way I remember them, but wearing clothes that wouldn't look out of place in the 2000s. Mimi looked just as I thought she would look. Mary Anne's dad, though - whoa. I thought he would be much more buttoned-up looking, but his beard is kind of...sexy? I feel weird writing that. 10 year old me would be disgusted to know that adult me finds Mary Anne's dad to be good looking. No wonder Dawn's mom was so into him in high school. Full review here: http://slatebreakers.com/2011/09/01/r...

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kerri

    Another fun installment in this graphic novel series. Mary Anne is the character that I always identified with the most so it's nice to reach a story focused on her. After a fight with her friends, Mary Anne sets about finding some independence and learns to stand her ground a little more with her well intentioned yet overbearing father. Dawn arrives in this one! I love the artwork used in this series, and the way it brings a fresh take to a childhood favourite! I will continue reading them with Another fun installment in this graphic novel series. Mary Anne is the character that I always identified with the most so it's nice to reach a story focused on her. After a fight with her friends, Mary Anne sets about finding some independence and learns to stand her ground a little more with her well intentioned yet overbearing father. Dawn arrives in this one! I love the artwork used in this series, and the way it brings a fresh take to a childhood favourite! I will continue reading them with enthusiasm! 💖

  4. 4 out of 5

    Gina

    What a sweet story. This is a wonderful example of young friendships.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    I swear these keep getting better and better! For those of you like me who are VERY familiar with the original books, this is the one where we meet Dawn from California who became the reason why I wanted my parents to get divorced so one of them could marry one of my friend’s parents. That never happened. I think what makes this series so great is that it captures all of the drama and difficulty of middle school: dealing with friends, dealing with parents, dealing with younger siblings and diffi I swear these keep getting better and better! For those of you like me who are VERY familiar with the original books, this is the one where we meet Dawn from California who became the reason why I wanted my parents to get divorced so one of them could marry one of my friend’s parents. That never happened. I think what makes this series so great is that it captures all of the drama and difficulty of middle school: dealing with friends, dealing with parents, dealing with younger siblings and difficult babysitting clients. Mary Anne finally breaks out of her shell, tells her friends exactly what she thinks of them, and it explodes into an all-out babysitter brawl! (Not really. It’s silent treatment) I think I love this series more as a graphic and I am so glad a new generation is discovering the BSC.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Schizanthus Nerd

    This is the first of Raina’s BSC graphic novel adaptations that I’ve seen in their full technicolor glory. I’m so in love with it, not that I didn’t enjoy the black and white illustrations in the versions I read of the first two graphic novels in the series. Raina has once again captured the original story so well. Her illustrations are always amazing, with giggle-worthy exaggerated expressions. I have so many favourites in this graphic novel, but check out Kristy’s face when she realises she’s b This is the first of Raina’s BSC graphic novel adaptations that I’ve seen in their full technicolor glory. I’m so in love with it, not that I didn’t enjoy the black and white illustrations in the versions I read of the first two graphic novels in the series. Raina has once again captured the original story so well. Her illustrations are always amazing, with giggle-worthy exaggerated expressions. I have so many favourites in this graphic novel, but check out Kristy’s face when she realises she’s broken one of her own BSC rules! Priceless! The differences in the story, which were all only minor, that stood out to me as I was reading were: Book: Mary Anne’s mother’s name is not mentioned. Graphic novel: Mary Anne’s mother’s name is Alma. I don’t remember ever knowing this before. Book: Mary Anne wishes Humpty Dumpty and two Alice in Wonderland pictures weren’t on her bedroom wall. Graphic novel: Mary Anne wishes Humpty Dumpty and Mother Goose pictures weren’t on her bedroom wall. Book: When Mary Anne looks around the cafeteria the day after the BSC’s fight, the fourth chair at her usual table has been removed. Graphic novel: When Mary Anne looks around the cafeteria the day after the BSC’s fight, the fourth chair at her usual table has Kristy’s backpack and hoodie on it. Book: Dawn temporarily has the family’s VCR in her room. Her mother taped The Parent Trap. Graphic novel: Dawn temporarily has the family’s DVD player in her room. Her mother bought The Parent Trap. Book: Mary Anne babysits for Jenny Prezzioso both times. Graphic novel: Stacey babysits for Jenny Prezzioso the first time. Book: Mary Anne gives her note to Mimi to pass along to Claudia later in the story. Graphic novel: Mary Anne gives Claudia her note at the end of the first BSC meeting after the fight. Book: We attend the first Prezzioso job with Mary Anne but we don’t read about it in the BSC notebook. Graphic novel: Stacey writes up the first Prezzioso job in the BSC notebook. We also attend the job with her. Book: Claudia blasts music on her tape deck when it’s Mary Anne’s turn to answer the BSC calls. Graphic novel: Claudia blasts music on her CD player when it’s Mary Anne’s turn to answer the BSC calls. Book: When Mary Anne and Kristy babysit together, the eight Pike kids put on two plays. Graphic novel: When Mary Anne and Kristy babysit together, Mary Anne only reads to the younger Pike kids upstairs before bedtime. There are no plays. Book: The second time the BSC babysit for Jenny, she’s wearing a pale blue dress with a white collar and cuffs, and white tights, shoes and hair ribbon. Graphic novel: The second time the BSC babysit for Jenny, she’s wearing a white dress, a short sleeve black cardigan, white socks, black and white shoes and a red hair ribbon. Book: Mary Anne has Blueberries For Sal, The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin and Caps For Sale in her Kid-Kit. Graphic novel: Mary Anne has Princess Gwynn and Hats for Bats in her Kid-Kit. Book: Mr Prezzioso gives Mary Anne and Dawn $10 each after they take care of Jenny when she’s sick. Graphic novel: Mr Prezzioso gives Mary Anne and Dawn $50 each after they take care of Jenny when she’s sick. Book: Mary Anne doesn’t visit her mother’s grave. Graphic novel: Mary Anne visits her mother’s grave after her fight with Dawn. I thought this was a really good addition, especially given how lonely and upset Mary Anne is at this point in the story. Book: At Jamie (Hi-hi!) Newton’s birthday party, Kristy is the one that suggests the kids sit around the couch and gloats when Mrs Newton agrees with her. Graphic novel: At Jamie (Hi-hi!) Newton’s birthday party, we don’t see which babysitter suggests the kids sit around the couch but Claudia is the one who gloats, so I guess it was her. Book: At the end, Dawn says, “To me!” I prefer this version; it made me smile when I read it. Graphic novel: At the end, Dawn says, “To us!!” Random thoughts: Mary Anne’s room is just as pink as I imagined it would be. Humpty Dumpty is even on the wall. Mary Anne’s dad is kinda cute, in a dad way, of course. When I’ve I imagined him previously, he’s been exclusively dour until the very end of the story and sort of bland looking. Mimi looks more adorable that I’d even hoped. I love Mimi! I know she’s not a BSC member but I’d love to read her memoirs. Also, Claudia’s response to the “my Mary Anne” incident is brilliant! I love that we get to see Mary Anne give her father the scarf she’s been working on with Mimi’s help for a couple of books. That was my favourite illustration. About the cover: Love it! Love the colours. Love the expressions. My only nitpicks are that Mary Anne’s skirt is clearly above her knees and I’m certain that her dad, Richie, would never have allowed Mary Anne to leave the house looking like that. Why, that would almost be as scandalous as giving her permission to wear pants to school! Also, is it just me or at a quick glance, does it look as though Claudia doesn’t have pupils, giving her a bit of a zombie vibe? Blog - https://schizanthusnerd.com

  7. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    This is a Middle Grade Graphic Novel, and this is the third book in the Baby-Sitters Club Graphic Novels series. I really loved reading Baby-Sitters club books when I was young, so I knew I had to read the Graphic Novels when I saw them. Mary Anne and Dawn have always been my favorite characters in the series. I loved that this is the first time we met Dawn. I also enjoyed that we see the girls learn to work out their issues they have with each other. I love the pictures in this book.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kris - My Novelesque Life

    RATING: 4 STARS (Review Not on Blog) As a kid I LOVED the Baby-Sitters Club and would often spend hours scouring the library for the next title. Honestly, I probably read the series longer than I should have (reading level-wise), but it always felt like visiting friends. While I have never wanted to be a babysitter, I loved the club idea. As a bossy creative kid this was right up my alley. The friendships in this book was something I had always wanted. This was a series I grew up with and was my RATING: 4 STARS (Review Not on Blog) As a kid I LOVED the Baby-Sitters Club and would often spend hours scouring the library for the next title. Honestly, I probably read the series longer than I should have (reading level-wise), but it always felt like visiting friends. While I have never wanted to be a babysitter, I loved the club idea. As a bossy creative kid this was right up my alley. The friendships in this book was something I had always wanted. This was a series I grew up with and was my favourite for a long time. Confession time, I may have had a bit of a crush on Logan. I was working at the library and saw that this graphic novel come in while I checked material in. I was excited to see that Baby-Sitters Club was being introduced to another generation. I thumbed through the book and saw this was the same story with a few updates. While usually I am not a fan of updating original stories (as it gives us the time and place when something was first written), I was okay with this series being updated. Moving this novelized book into a graphic novel made it easier to accept new changes. I would definitely recommend this one to those who once enjoyed reading BSC in the past. This is also great read for young girls between 9-12. I enjoyed seeing Mary Anne build her strength and confidence in this book. The one thing I liked about this series is that it is realistic, even when it seems a bit like Leave it to Beaver.

  9. 4 out of 5

    LynnDee (LynnDee's Library)

    I'm giving these books 4 stars purely for nostalgia. The middle school drama depicted is kind of annoying, but I know it's just representing how annoying middle school was. I'm giving these books 4 stars purely for nostalgia. The middle school drama depicted is kind of annoying, but I know it's just representing how annoying middle school was.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kayla Charisse

    These graphic novels make my heart so, so happy.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Nat

    I love the group dynamic of the babysitters, but seeing them drift apart was not ideal. I need my gold group dynamic to move this storyline along. This review and more can be found on my blog. I love the group dynamic of the babysitters, but seeing them drift apart was not ideal. I need my gold group dynamic to move this storyline along. This review and more can be found on my blog.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Lstirl

    A sweet, girly, graphic novel based on the best selling Baby-Sitters Club series. Ages 8-12 Raina Telgemeir rewrote the original book by Ann Martin with the same title, to graphic novel format. I was not looking forward to reading this book. Not a huge fan of the syrupy sweet original series nor a fan of graphic novels, the thought of reading this seemed like a double punishment. However, I was pleasantly surprised. The characters were modernized by the teen-feeling artwork and hipper fashions and A sweet, girly, graphic novel based on the best selling Baby-Sitters Club series. Ages 8-12 Raina Telgemeir rewrote the original book by Ann Martin with the same title, to graphic novel format. I was not looking forward to reading this book. Not a huge fan of the syrupy sweet original series nor a fan of graphic novels, the thought of reading this seemed like a double punishment. However, I was pleasantly surprised. The characters were modernized by the teen-feeling artwork and hipper fashions and hairstyles and the story is brought up to date with the addition of little things like cell phones. The issues that the girls dealt with, such as fighting with your best friends and having to deal with problems on your own are still relevant to today’s tween, and this fresh take is sure to be a hit with girl in this age group. Despite my expectation that the novel be hokey, it was actually warm and the characters likeable. The argument between the girls is believable and we are made to feel sorry for Mary Anne without getting too upset with her peers. There was even some suspense when Mary Anne has to call an ambulance for little Jenny who she is babysitting. This was actually an enjoyable read and I think the fresh take on an old classic is a step in the right direction for today’s market and to get girls in this age group reading. The Baby-sitters Club by Ann M. Martin adapted and illustrated by Raina Telgemeier Based on Ann M. Martin's bestselling series, America's favorite baby-sitters are back! Raina Telgemeier captures all the drama of the original book in a warm, spunky, and hilarious graphic novel. Brought to life in this vivid new format, the four baby-sitting friends will captivate a whole new generation of readers. "Plenty of content, comedy, action, and emotion." - Booklist "A spirited graphic novel adaptation." - Publishers Weekly There were no reviews for this actual book, however, I did find these reviews for the series. I would not go so far as to call the book hilarious, though there was some realistic humor thrown in. This was not a silly or comic read, but rather a drama with a bit of wit. Also, as the drawings were very nice, I would not call the black and white ‘vivid,’ though it did add a dimension to the book. I do think it will capture another generation and is a fun addition to the comic genre.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Gina Adams

    Aw this was my fave so far. 💖

  14. 5 out of 5

    adele

    This was very sweet!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    So darn cute! I love revisiting these stories from my childhood in graphic novel form. The art is so cute and perfect and it stays true to the story. Mary Anne was my least favorite when I read the series as a kid, but I liked her in this graphic novel. Such an enjoyable series - I’m glad I picked it up!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sofia

    If I knew about it, I would definitely have enjoyed this book in my primary school years.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Amanda [Novel Addiction]

    I love revisiting these now as an adult. And they're fantastically illustrated. I love revisiting these now as an adult. And they're fantastically illustrated.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Veronica

    I was a huge fan of the BSC books when I was a pre- teen and teen. I had tons of them, including all the Super Specials and the California Diaries series. Reading these as graphic novels is fun and opening these stories to a new generation. I love how they keep it true to the time period, not adding cell phones or anything like that. I highly recommend them for the nostalgia factor.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Charnell (Reviews from a Bookworm)

    I love Raina's art style. I'm checking a bunch of GN for work - this will be perfect for the intended audience, which is very much not me. I love Raina's art style. I'm checking a bunch of GN for work - this will be perfect for the intended audience, which is very much not me.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Amelia

    This book is problepy the worst bookman the series so far because i do not like how all of the club members het mad at each other for stupid reasons and the fight last for at least half of the book!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Slime Boy

    Wow this is the first time I ever saw the friends fight but the story is still pretty good

  22. 4 out of 5

    Andie

    Candy, jobs, money, and friendship, that's what the Babysitter's club are all about. Baby Sitters Club Graphix #3: Mary Anne Saves the Day is a realistic fiction graphic novel by Raina Telgmeier based on the story by Ann M. Martin. The genre of this book is realistic fiction because it is a story based on real girls and could actually happen. The artwork in my book was different than most books because the pictures were cartoonish and in black and white. The scenery in the pictures is simple, bu Candy, jobs, money, and friendship, that's what the Babysitter's club are all about. Baby Sitters Club Graphix #3: Mary Anne Saves the Day is a realistic fiction graphic novel by Raina Telgmeier based on the story by Ann M. Martin. The genre of this book is realistic fiction because it is a story based on real girls and could actually happen. The artwork in my book was different than most books because the pictures were cartoonish and in black and white. The scenery in the pictures is simple, but the characters are more detailed. The setting of the story is the character's neighborhood, specifically at Claudia's house. The main characters in this story are Mary Ann Spier, Claudia Kishi, Stacey McGill, and Kristy Thomas. They are the four members of the babysitters club. This book is about four girls who work together to make a babysitting agency/club. It's a very popular business that families in the neighborhood use. During one of their meetings the girls get in a big fight and separate. The four girls get into a big fight over hogging babysitting jobs and they were yelling at each other and saying rude comments to each other. The title is almost a "spoiler alert", but to know how Mary Ann saved the day you will have to read the book. I enjoy reading this type of genre, which is realistic fiction, because its interesting and not too out of the box. It wasn't too original of a story because because not much happened. My favorite part about reading this book is the characters are very realistic. They seem like I could know them in real life, which is easy to connect to. My least favorite part of this book was it was too repetitive. In the story I felt like they kept repeating some parts, like how they kept having babysitting jobs over and over. As I read the book I couldn't put it down because it was an easy read, and it held my interest. The kind of person that should read this book is someone that is interested in graphic novels, realistic fiction, friendship and babysitting. I think the artist chose to create different moods with how dark or light the pictures were. For example, when the girls were outside it was brighter and when they were upset in the basement it was darker. A major motif in the baby sitters club was Claudia's bedroom. That is where all the meetings were for the club. It represents friendship and the babysitter's club in general. Some other possible motifs would be the book that they write all there information in about babysitting. Major themes in this book were overcoming conflict and friendship. For example, they all had to work together to run a birthday party for one kids they babysat for. After reading this book you could gain helpful information about baby sitting and maybe starting your own business. I would rate this book 4 baby bottles out of 5 because it was a fun and easy read, but some parts were too repetitive.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Anayeli Lujano

    I like how they start off the book because at the en it actually happened she change in so many different ways even from her hairstyle I would read it again.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jasmine Marie {#thebookishmama}

    I was so excited when the first of The Baby-Sitters Club Graphix book was released. Being a Baby-Sitters devotee, I was so excited that the series that got me hooked into reading series of books when I was 9 years old would get a new breath of life. I was excited that it could possibly become a series that a whole new generation of kids could fall in love with. Raina Telgemeier's work is ah-mazing. You need to check out her portfolio here. I think she did a superb job of updating the characters t I was so excited when the first of The Baby-Sitters Club Graphix book was released. Being a Baby-Sitters devotee, I was so excited that the series that got me hooked into reading series of books when I was 9 years old would get a new breath of life. I was excited that it could possibly become a series that a whole new generation of kids could fall in love with. Raina Telgemeier's work is ah-mazing. You need to check out her portfolio here. I think she did a superb job of updating the characters to give it more of a modern flair without compromising the essence of each character's personality. I think she really captured each character nicely. The only character that looked a little different in the book than in my head was Claudia. In this story, the girls of the Baby-Sitters Club are at war with each other and Mary Anne is in the middle trying play peacemaker between all the girls. I had a hard time remembering the original book, but it seemed like the girls spent whole book fighting with each other and the preteen hormones were getting a little old towards the end. I especially liked how Raina introduced Dawn and the back story of the high school relationship between Mary Anne's father and Dawn's mother. Overall: It was an excellent graphic novel. I think a lot of young girls could definitely get into the Baby-Sitters Club series through this book and that makes it worth reading and sharing! For more reviews from the bookish mama, please click here.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    Although all of these graphic novel adoptions of the original baby sisters club can be read out of order, it helps if you don't, because new characters are brought in, and people come and go, and if you read it out of order, you misse these little things. The third book in the series introduces Dawn, from California, who becomes friends with Mary Anne when the club has a fight. Usual middle school friendship problems. I think the best things about the books is their problem solving of how to deal Although all of these graphic novel adoptions of the original baby sisters club can be read out of order, it helps if you don't, because new characters are brought in, and people come and go, and if you read it out of order, you misse these little things. The third book in the series introduces Dawn, from California, who becomes friends with Mary Anne when the club has a fight. Usual middle school friendship problems. I think the best things about the books is their problem solving of how to deal with the kids. This book too was done by Raina Telgemeier, but she turns over the reighns by book 5.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Star Ryan

    So.great. I found myself bull saddened in amused at the dissension in the group that happens in this book. Telgemeier captures the essence of preteen friendships so well in her charmingly adorable art style and illustrations. the characters are so cute when they're mad it's hard not to chuckle but at the same time you remember how difficult it is with precarious friendships at this age. this was such a fun jump back into my past and I'm looking forward to reading the last one as well as more boo So.great. I found myself bull saddened in amused at the dissension in the group that happens in this book. Telgemeier captures the essence of preteen friendships so well in her charmingly adorable art style and illustrations. the characters are so cute when they're mad it's hard not to chuckle but at the same time you remember how difficult it is with precarious friendships at this age. this was such a fun jump back into my past and I'm looking forward to reading the last one as well as more books by Raina.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Child960801

    In this adaptation of the third Baby Sitter's Club book, the girls fight starting a month long feud where they won't talk to each other or be friends. Mary Anne makes a new friend. Man, reading this book now makes me so glad to be past the age of 12 and all the stupid drama, where not speaking to your friends, even when they try to make up, seems like a good idea. In this adaptation of the third Baby Sitter's Club book, the girls fight starting a month long feud where they won't talk to each other or be friends. Mary Anne makes a new friend. Man, reading this book now makes me so glad to be past the age of 12 and all the stupid drama, where not speaking to your friends, even when they try to make up, seems like a good idea.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Emzie Connolly

    I love these series ❤️

  29. 5 out of 5

    M.

    Accurate for middle school angst. But I didn’t really have friends so I can’t relate. Still, these are so much fun!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Shreya

    I loved this book, it's all about friendship, misunderstandings and family problems and how Mary Anne solves it. Would recommend it to anyone :) I loved this book, it's all about friendship, misunderstandings and family problems and how Mary Anne solves it. Would recommend it to anyone :)

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