Kristy's Big Day

Kristy's Big Day

Kristy's mom is getting married, and Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid! The only trouble is, fourteen kids are coming in town for the wedding. Kristy, Claudia, Mary Anne, Stacey, Dawn, and Mallory think they can handle it, but that's before they spend a week changing diapers, stopping arguments, solving mix-ups, and planning activities. It's the biggest job the BSC has ev Kristy's mom is getting married, and Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid! The only trouble is, fourteen kids are coming in...

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Title:Kristy's Big Day
Author:Gale Galligan
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:B078TNH12F
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:160 pages pages

Kristy's Big Day Reviews

  • Liz
    Apr 10, 2019

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

    Too many changes from the original book but still a good story. ...

    I LOVE THE BABY SITTERS CLUB!!! ...

    wonderful ...

    Look there is no way in this universe that Watson and Kristi's mom would have pulled off such a big wedding so quickly. I'll have to call Ann M. Martin and give her my feedback. ...

  • Rachel
    Mar 13, 2019

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

  • Brian
    Nov 23, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

  • Shira
    Sep 10, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

  • Laura
    Aug 25, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

  • Sarah
    Jan 16, 2019

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

  • Ashley
    Aug 16, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

  • Kimberly
    Aug 30, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

    Too many changes from the original book but still a good story. ...

  • Pam
    Sep 10, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

    Too many changes from the original book but still a good story. ...

    I LOVE THE BABY SITTERS CLUB!!! ...

    wonderful ...

    Look there is no way in this universe that Watson and Kristi's mom would have pulled off such a big wedding so quickly. I'll have to call Ann M. Martin and give her my feedback. ...

    Well, wasn?t that just the CUTEST! ...

    I love her books and I don't like to read but I got in trouble for reading because I was supposed to be in be sleeping but I had to read a chapter a night because I loved the book ...

    This is my favorite one so far!! I can?t wait to the newest on that comes out in September!!! ...

    Open Book Reviews by Megan Schmelzer www.openbookreviews.org During my days in middle school, I was a huge Babysitter?s Club fan! I read all the books, including the Little Sister?s series. I even owned the movie! It was absolutely terrible, but I wore that old VHS tape out! I ...

    Kristy? Big Day is about Kristy? mom getting married, and Kristy getting to be a bridesmaid! Just one downside though... FOURTEEN kids are coming to the wedding! The BSC (Baby-Sitters Club) believe they can handle all of the dramatic kids, but that? before they realize all of the di...

    Of all the other BSC graphic novels, I feel like this one was the most cohesive one of the six. I really enjoyed reading this - nostalgia! ...

    This book was short but good. I loved it! I was into it the entire time I was reading it and couldn't put it down! ...

    The Baby-Sitters Club, by Gale Gallian, is a fantastic book, because it is about a girl named Kristy and her mom is going to have a wedding. Kristy is in a baby sitters club with, Claudia, Mary Anne, Stacey, Dawn, and Mallory. I would recommend this book to people who are interested in...

    ????? Turns out I am just as highkey obsessed with the Baby-sitters Club as I was when I was a kid ??? Petition for Scholastic to bring back their BSC subscription because I cannot wait a whole 7 months for the next graphic novel to come out ? ????...

    I really enjoyed this one!! Gale Galligan turned some of the baby-sitters club stories into graphic novels! The kids at school have been reading them so I had to check them out!!! ...

    The latest and greatest Baby-sitters Club graphic novel delivers, as usual! Miss Rainia but love Gale. Keep it going!! ...

  • Kristen Luppino
    Nov 10, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

    Too many changes from the original book but still a good story. ...

    I LOVE THE BABY SITTERS CLUB!!! ...

    wonderful ...

    Look there is no way in this universe that Watson and Kristi's mom would have pulled off such a big wedding so quickly. I'll have to call Ann M. Martin and give her my feedback. ...

    Well, wasn?t that just the CUTEST! ...

    I love her books and I don't like to read but I got in trouble for reading because I was supposed to be in be sleeping but I had to read a chapter a night because I loved the book ...

    This is my favorite one so far!! I can?t wait to the newest on that comes out in September!!! ...

    Open Book Reviews by Megan Schmelzer www.openbookreviews.org During my days in middle school, I was a huge Babysitter?s Club fan! I read all the books, including the Little Sister?s series. I even owned the movie! It was absolutely terrible, but I wore that old VHS tape out! I ...

    Kristy? Big Day is about Kristy? mom getting married, and Kristy getting to be a bridesmaid! Just one downside though... FOURTEEN kids are coming to the wedding! The BSC (Baby-Sitters Club) believe they can handle all of the dramatic kids, but that? before they realize all of the di...

    Of all the other BSC graphic novels, I feel like this one was the most cohesive one of the six. I really enjoyed reading this - nostalgia! ...

    This book was short but good. I loved it! I was into it the entire time I was reading it and couldn't put it down! ...

    The Baby-Sitters Club, by Gale Gallian, is a fantastic book, because it is about a girl named Kristy and her mom is going to have a wedding. Kristy is in a baby sitters club with, Claudia, Mary Anne, Stacey, Dawn, and Mallory. I would recommend this book to people who are interested in...

    ????? Turns out I am just as highkey obsessed with the Baby-sitters Club as I was when I was a kid ??? Petition for Scholastic to bring back their BSC subscription because I cannot wait a whole 7 months for the next graphic novel to come out ? ????...

    I really enjoyed this one!! Gale Galligan turned some of the baby-sitters club stories into graphic novels! The kids at school have been reading them so I had to check them out!!! ...

  • Caroline
    May 17, 2019

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

  • Morgan
    Aug 25, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

  • Sara
    Sep 02, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

    Too many changes from the original book but still a good story. ...

    I LOVE THE BABY SITTERS CLUB!!! ...

    wonderful ...

    Look there is no way in this universe that Watson and Kristi's mom would have pulled off such a big wedding so quickly. I'll have to call Ann M. Martin and give her my feedback. ...

    Well, wasn?t that just the CUTEST! ...

    I love her books and I don't like to read but I got in trouble for reading because I was supposed to be in be sleeping but I had to read a chapter a night because I loved the book ...

    This is my favorite one so far!! I can?t wait to the newest on that comes out in September!!! ...

    Open Book Reviews by Megan Schmelzer www.openbookreviews.org During my days in middle school, I was a huge Babysitter?s Club fan! I read all the books, including the Little Sister?s series. I even owned the movie! It was absolutely terrible, but I wore that old VHS tape out! I ...

    Kristy? Big Day is about Kristy? mom getting married, and Kristy getting to be a bridesmaid! Just one downside though... FOURTEEN kids are coming to the wedding! The BSC (Baby-Sitters Club) believe they can handle all of the dramatic kids, but that? before they realize all of the di...

    Of all the other BSC graphic novels, I feel like this one was the most cohesive one of the six. I really enjoyed reading this - nostalgia! ...

    This book was short but good. I loved it! I was into it the entire time I was reading it and couldn't put it down! ...

    The Baby-Sitters Club, by Gale Gallian, is a fantastic book, because it is about a girl named Kristy and her mom is going to have a wedding. Kristy is in a baby sitters club with, Claudia, Mary Anne, Stacey, Dawn, and Mallory. I would recommend this book to people who are interested in...

    ????? Turns out I am just as highkey obsessed with the Baby-sitters Club as I was when I was a kid ??? Petition for Scholastic to bring back their BSC subscription because I cannot wait a whole 7 months for the next graphic novel to come out ? ????...

    I really enjoyed this one!! Gale Galligan turned some of the baby-sitters club stories into graphic novels! The kids at school have been reading them so I had to check them out!!! ...

    The latest and greatest Baby-sitters Club graphic novel delivers, as usual! Miss Rainia but love Gale. Keep it going!! ...

    This was awesome The new baby sitter book is pretty good because it was a bit more awesome then the 5 it was great. ...

    My students are so excited for this book! ...

  • Sarajane
    Sep 03, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

    Too many changes from the original book but still a good story. ...

    I LOVE THE BABY SITTERS CLUB!!! ...

    wonderful ...

    Look there is no way in this universe that Watson and Kristi's mom would have pulled off such a big wedding so quickly. I'll have to call Ann M. Martin and give her my feedback. ...

    Well, wasn?t that just the CUTEST! ...

    I love her books and I don't like to read but I got in trouble for reading because I was supposed to be in be sleeping but I had to read a chapter a night because I loved the book ...

    This is my favorite one so far!! I can?t wait to the newest on that comes out in September!!! ...

    Open Book Reviews by Megan Schmelzer www.openbookreviews.org During my days in middle school, I was a huge Babysitter?s Club fan! I read all the books, including the Little Sister?s series. I even owned the movie! It was absolutely terrible, but I wore that old VHS tape out! I ...

    Kristy? Big Day is about Kristy? mom getting married, and Kristy getting to be a bridesmaid! Just one downside though... FOURTEEN kids are coming to the wedding! The BSC (Baby-Sitters Club) believe they can handle all of the dramatic kids, but that? before they realize all of the di...

    Of all the other BSC graphic novels, I feel like this one was the most cohesive one of the six. I really enjoyed reading this - nostalgia! ...

  • Soobie's scared
    Sep 08, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

    Too many changes from the original book but still a good story. ...

    I LOVE THE BABY SITTERS CLUB!!! ...

    wonderful ...

    Look there is no way in this universe that Watson and Kristi's mom would have pulled off such a big wedding so quickly. I'll have to call Ann M. Martin and give her my feedback. ...

    Well, wasn?t that just the CUTEST! ...

    I love her books and I don't like to read but I got in trouble for reading because I was supposed to be in be sleeping but I had to read a chapter a night because I loved the book ...

    This is my favorite one so far!! I can?t wait to the newest on that comes out in September!!! ...

    Open Book Reviews by Megan Schmelzer www.openbookreviews.org During my days in middle school, I was a huge Babysitter?s Club fan! I read all the books, including the Little Sister?s series. I even owned the movie! It was absolutely terrible, but I wore that old VHS tape out! I ...

    Kristy? Big Day is about Kristy? mom getting married, and Kristy getting to be a bridesmaid! Just one downside though... FOURTEEN kids are coming to the wedding! The BSC (Baby-Sitters Club) believe they can handle all of the dramatic kids, but that? before they realize all of the di...

    Of all the other BSC graphic novels, I feel like this one was the most cohesive one of the six. I really enjoyed reading this - nostalgia! ...

    This book was short but good. I loved it! I was into it the entire time I was reading it and couldn't put it down! ...

    The Baby-Sitters Club, by Gale Gallian, is a fantastic book, because it is about a girl named Kristy and her mom is going to have a wedding. Kristy is in a baby sitters club with, Claudia, Mary Anne, Stacey, Dawn, and Mallory. I would recommend this book to people who are interested in...

    ????? Turns out I am just as highkey obsessed with the Baby-sitters Club as I was when I was a kid ??? Petition for Scholastic to bring back their BSC subscription because I cannot wait a whole 7 months for the next graphic novel to come out ? ????...

    I really enjoyed this one!! Gale Galligan turned some of the baby-sitters club stories into graphic novels! The kids at school have been reading them so I had to check them out!!! ...

    The latest and greatest Baby-sitters Club graphic novel delivers, as usual! Miss Rainia but love Gale. Keep it going!! ...

    This was awesome The new baby sitter book is pretty good because it was a bit more awesome then the 5 it was great. ...

    My students are so excited for this book! ...

    Ok, this is like a walk on memory lane... And what's surprising is that I still remember what I read more than twenty years ago. I'm not sure I like Gale Galligan's art. It's nice and fluffy but there's something missing. I also get the first volumes - the ones drawn by Raina Telge...

  • Rod Brown
    Sep 21, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

  • Liv Gordon
    Jan 13, 2019

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

    Too many changes from the original book but still a good story. ...

    I LOVE THE BABY SITTERS CLUB!!! ...

  • Natalie
    Sep 12, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

    Too many changes from the original book but still a good story. ...

    I LOVE THE BABY SITTERS CLUB!!! ...

    wonderful ...

    Look there is no way in this universe that Watson and Kristi's mom would have pulled off such a big wedding so quickly. I'll have to call Ann M. Martin and give her my feedback. ...

    Well, wasn?t that just the CUTEST! ...

  • Jaime
    Jun 13, 2019

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

    Too many changes from the original book but still a good story. ...

    I LOVE THE BABY SITTERS CLUB!!! ...

    wonderful ...

    Look there is no way in this universe that Watson and Kristi's mom would have pulled off such a big wedding so quickly. I'll have to call Ann M. Martin and give her my feedback. ...

    Well, wasn?t that just the CUTEST! ...

    I love her books and I don't like to read but I got in trouble for reading because I was supposed to be in be sleeping but I had to read a chapter a night because I loved the book ...

    This is my favorite one so far!! I can?t wait to the newest on that comes out in September!!! ...

  • Elene Papazoglou
    Feb 07, 2019

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

    Too many changes from the original book but still a good story. ...

    I LOVE THE BABY SITTERS CLUB!!! ...

    wonderful ...

    Look there is no way in this universe that Watson and Kristi's mom would have pulled off such a big wedding so quickly. I'll have to call Ann M. Martin and give her my feedback. ...

    Well, wasn?t that just the CUTEST! ...

    I love her books and I don't like to read but I got in trouble for reading because I was supposed to be in be sleeping but I had to read a chapter a night because I loved the book ...

    This is my favorite one so far!! I can?t wait to the newest on that comes out in September!!! ...

    Open Book Reviews by Megan Schmelzer www.openbookreviews.org During my days in middle school, I was a huge Babysitter?s Club fan! I read all the books, including the Little Sister?s series. I even owned the movie! It was absolutely terrible, but I wore that old VHS tape out! I ...

    Kristy? Big Day is about Kristy? mom getting married, and Kristy getting to be a bridesmaid! Just one downside though... FOURTEEN kids are coming to the wedding! The BSC (Baby-Sitters Club) believe they can handle all of the dramatic kids, but that? before they realize all of the di...

    Of all the other BSC graphic novels, I feel like this one was the most cohesive one of the six. I really enjoyed reading this - nostalgia! ...

    This book was short but good. I loved it! I was into it the entire time I was reading it and couldn't put it down! ...

    The Baby-Sitters Club, by Gale Gallian, is a fantastic book, because it is about a girl named Kristy and her mom is going to have a wedding. Kristy is in a baby sitters club with, Claudia, Mary Anne, Stacey, Dawn, and Mallory. I would recommend this book to people who are interested in...

    ????? Turns out I am just as highkey obsessed with the Baby-sitters Club as I was when I was a kid ??? Petition for Scholastic to bring back their BSC subscription because I cannot wait a whole 7 months for the next graphic novel to come out ? ????...

  • Aleta
    Oct 26, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

    Too many changes from the original book but still a good story. ...

    I LOVE THE BABY SITTERS CLUB!!! ...

    wonderful ...

  • Emma
    Sep 28, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

    Too many changes from the original book but still a good story. ...

    I LOVE THE BABY SITTERS CLUB!!! ...

    wonderful ...

    Look there is no way in this universe that Watson and Kristi's mom would have pulled off such a big wedding so quickly. I'll have to call Ann M. Martin and give her my feedback. ...

    Well, wasn?t that just the CUTEST! ...

    I love her books and I don't like to read but I got in trouble for reading because I was supposed to be in be sleeping but I had to read a chapter a night because I loved the book ...

    This is my favorite one so far!! I can?t wait to the newest on that comes out in September!!! ...

    Open Book Reviews by Megan Schmelzer www.openbookreviews.org During my days in middle school, I was a huge Babysitter?s Club fan! I read all the books, including the Little Sister?s series. I even owned the movie! It was absolutely terrible, but I wore that old VHS tape out! I ...

    Kristy? Big Day is about Kristy? mom getting married, and Kristy getting to be a bridesmaid! Just one downside though... FOURTEEN kids are coming to the wedding! The BSC (Baby-Sitters Club) believe they can handle all of the dramatic kids, but that? before they realize all of the di...

    Of all the other BSC graphic novels, I feel like this one was the most cohesive one of the six. I really enjoyed reading this - nostalgia! ...

    This book was short but good. I loved it! I was into it the entire time I was reading it and couldn't put it down! ...

  • Amelia
    Nov 16, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

    Too many changes from the original book but still a good story. ...

    I LOVE THE BABY SITTERS CLUB!!! ...

    wonderful ...

    Look there is no way in this universe that Watson and Kristi's mom would have pulled off such a big wedding so quickly. I'll have to call Ann M. Martin and give her my feedback. ...

    Well, wasn?t that just the CUTEST! ...

    I love her books and I don't like to read but I got in trouble for reading because I was supposed to be in be sleeping but I had to read a chapter a night because I loved the book ...

    This is my favorite one so far!! I can?t wait to the newest on that comes out in September!!! ...

    Open Book Reviews by Megan Schmelzer www.openbookreviews.org During my days in middle school, I was a huge Babysitter?s Club fan! I read all the books, including the Little Sister?s series. I even owned the movie! It was absolutely terrible, but I wore that old VHS tape out! I ...

    Kristy? Big Day is about Kristy? mom getting married, and Kristy getting to be a bridesmaid! Just one downside though... FOURTEEN kids are coming to the wedding! The BSC (Baby-Sitters Club) believe they can handle all of the dramatic kids, but that? before they realize all of the di...

    Of all the other BSC graphic novels, I feel like this one was the most cohesive one of the six. I really enjoyed reading this - nostalgia! ...

    This book was short but good. I loved it! I was into it the entire time I was reading it and couldn't put it down! ...

    The Baby-Sitters Club, by Gale Gallian, is a fantastic book, because it is about a girl named Kristy and her mom is going to have a wedding. Kristy is in a baby sitters club with, Claudia, Mary Anne, Stacey, Dawn, and Mallory. I would recommend this book to people who are interested in...

    ????? Turns out I am just as highkey obsessed with the Baby-sitters Club as I was when I was a kid ??? Petition for Scholastic to bring back their BSC subscription because I cannot wait a whole 7 months for the next graphic novel to come out ? ????...

    I really enjoyed this one!! Gale Galligan turned some of the baby-sitters club stories into graphic novels! The kids at school have been reading them so I had to check them out!!! ...

    The latest and greatest Baby-sitters Club graphic novel delivers, as usual! Miss Rainia but love Gale. Keep it going!! ...

    This was awesome The new baby sitter book is pretty good because it was a bit more awesome then the 5 it was great. ...

    My students are so excited for this book! ...

    Ok, this is like a walk on memory lane... And what's surprising is that I still remember what I read more than twenty years ago. I'm not sure I like Gale Galligan's art. It's nice and fluffy but there's something missing. I also get the first volumes - the ones drawn by Raina Telge...

    This book I think is the most important book in the series. I think this because, Kristy mom finally got married! This book is SUCH A GREAT BOOK! I loved it so much and I love that this book shows how much Kristy cares about her mom getting married and how exited she is that she is the...

  • Jessie straley
    Oct 03, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

    Too many changes from the original book but still a good story. ...

    I LOVE THE BABY SITTERS CLUB!!! ...

    wonderful ...

    Look there is no way in this universe that Watson and Kristi's mom would have pulled off such a big wedding so quickly. I'll have to call Ann M. Martin and give her my feedback. ...

    Well, wasn?t that just the CUTEST! ...

    I love her books and I don't like to read but I got in trouble for reading because I was supposed to be in be sleeping but I had to read a chapter a night because I loved the book ...

  • Althea
    Aug 28, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

    Too many changes from the original book but still a good story. ...

    I LOVE THE BABY SITTERS CLUB!!! ...

    wonderful ...

    Look there is no way in this universe that Watson and Kristi's mom would have pulled off such a big wedding so quickly. I'll have to call Ann M. Martin and give her my feedback. ...

    Well, wasn?t that just the CUTEST! ...

    I love her books and I don't like to read but I got in trouble for reading because I was supposed to be in be sleeping but I had to read a chapter a night because I loved the book ...

    This is my favorite one so far!! I can?t wait to the newest on that comes out in September!!! ...

    Open Book Reviews by Megan Schmelzer www.openbookreviews.org During my days in middle school, I was a huge Babysitter?s Club fan! I read all the books, including the Little Sister?s series. I even owned the movie! It was absolutely terrible, but I wore that old VHS tape out! I ...

    Kristy? Big Day is about Kristy? mom getting married, and Kristy getting to be a bridesmaid! Just one downside though... FOURTEEN kids are coming to the wedding! The BSC (Baby-Sitters Club) believe they can handle all of the dramatic kids, but that? before they realize all of the di...

    Of all the other BSC graphic novels, I feel like this one was the most cohesive one of the six. I really enjoyed reading this - nostalgia! ...

    This book was short but good. I loved it! I was into it the entire time I was reading it and couldn't put it down! ...

    The Baby-Sitters Club, by Gale Gallian, is a fantastic book, because it is about a girl named Kristy and her mom is going to have a wedding. Kristy is in a baby sitters club with, Claudia, Mary Anne, Stacey, Dawn, and Mallory. I would recommend this book to people who are interested in...

    ????? Turns out I am just as highkey obsessed with the Baby-sitters Club as I was when I was a kid ??? Petition for Scholastic to bring back their BSC subscription because I cannot wait a whole 7 months for the next graphic novel to come out ? ????...

    I really enjoyed this one!! Gale Galligan turned some of the baby-sitters club stories into graphic novels! The kids at school have been reading them so I had to check them out!!! ...

    The latest and greatest Baby-sitters Club graphic novel delivers, as usual! Miss Rainia but love Gale. Keep it going!! ...

    This was awesome The new baby sitter book is pretty good because it was a bit more awesome then the 5 it was great. ...

  • Jane Maple
    Feb 08, 2019

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

  • Megan Schmelzer
    Sep 08, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

    Too many changes from the original book but still a good story. ...

    I LOVE THE BABY SITTERS CLUB!!! ...

    wonderful ...

    Look there is no way in this universe that Watson and Kristi's mom would have pulled off such a big wedding so quickly. I'll have to call Ann M. Martin and give her my feedback. ...

    Well, wasn?t that just the CUTEST! ...

    I love her books and I don't like to read but I got in trouble for reading because I was supposed to be in be sleeping but I had to read a chapter a night because I loved the book ...

    This is my favorite one so far!! I can?t wait to the newest on that comes out in September!!! ...

    Open Book Reviews by Megan Schmelzer www.openbookreviews.org During my days in middle school, I was a huge Babysitter?s Club fan! I read all the books, including the Little Sister?s series. I even owned the movie! It was absolutely terrible, but I wore that old VHS tape out! I ...

  • Jessica
    Nov 29, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

  • Sadira
    Mar 29, 2019

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

    Too many changes from the original book but still a good story. ...

    I LOVE THE BABY SITTERS CLUB!!! ...

    wonderful ...

    Look there is no way in this universe that Watson and Kristi's mom would have pulled off such a big wedding so quickly. I'll have to call Ann M. Martin and give her my feedback. ...

    Well, wasn?t that just the CUTEST! ...

    I love her books and I don't like to read but I got in trouble for reading because I was supposed to be in be sleeping but I had to read a chapter a night because I loved the book ...

    This is my favorite one so far!! I can?t wait to the newest on that comes out in September!!! ...

    Open Book Reviews by Megan Schmelzer www.openbookreviews.org During my days in middle school, I was a huge Babysitter?s Club fan! I read all the books, including the Little Sister?s series. I even owned the movie! It was absolutely terrible, but I wore that old VHS tape out! I ...

    Kristy? Big Day is about Kristy? mom getting married, and Kristy getting to be a bridesmaid! Just one downside though... FOURTEEN kids are coming to the wedding! The BSC (Baby-Sitters Club) believe they can handle all of the dramatic kids, but that? before they realize all of the di...

  • Kaylee Diaz
    Sep 03, 2018

    There was not one thing that I didn't love about this. Not saying that I was worried, but I wondered how Gale Galligan would incorporate Mallory into the story as a Club member (since the original took place before Mal joined) but that was well-handled. (Confession: I also wondere...

    Kristy?s mom is marrying Watson in two weeks, and as all the friends and family come to town, the BSC takes on the task of watching 14 kids. While this has some amusing hijinks with the kids, it lacked the usual drama. There were no fights. No evil baby-sitting gang moving in on ...

    I like Galligan's second entry in this series much better than her first adaptation. It probably helps that the source material is much stronger, with a big wedding and a focus on the club founder. ...

    This book was absolute good! It was Kristy's big day which is her mom's wedding. But there is one problem, she has to move in 2 weeks after the wedding but Kristy still want to stay, she was worried she will felt like she is different. But then she didn't get to move!! Happily ever aft...

    In the latest graphic novelization of the series, Kristy's mother plans and organizes her wedding in two and a half weeks. Having planned my own wedding, I would say that is a fricking miracle. Cute problem solving in the baby sitting arena. Not sure if they are going to republi...

    unlike the previous bsc graphic novel (Dawn and the Impossible Three) this book stuck pretty close to the original. the source material, Kristy's Big Day, translates well to the graphic format. I've read the original kristy's big day at least 20 times throughout my life, and reading th...

    ALL THE NOSTALGIA. ...

    Kristy?s mom asks her to be a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding to Watson. However, because of a work trip and when they can sell Kristy?s house the wedding is moved up from fall to summer. Also, there are a bunch of adults coming in the week before to help the wedding happen and ...

    In this graphic novel adaptation of Babysitter's Club 6, Kristy's Big Day, Kristin Amanda Thomas has to deal with her mother marrying Watson and being responsible for a lot of children at the wedding. Her solution is to call in her BFFs, the BSC! The group has some hijinks especially d...

    I really love the graphic novel versions of The Babysitters Club. Reading them makes me want to go back in time and shove these into 2nd-grader-me's hands. (Instead, I was reading Goosebumps. Can those get a cutesy graphic novel update too??) These books can feel a little bit like a ba...

    Kristy is going to be a bridesmaid in her mom's wedding in September. When everything gets fast-tracked to June through a turn of events, the babysitter's club watches a group of fourteen while the adults prepare for the wedding. This is a heart-warming episode about Kristy coming ...

    Too many changes from the original book but still a good story. ...

    I LOVE THE BABY SITTERS CLUB!!! ...

    wonderful ...

    Look there is no way in this universe that Watson and Kristi's mom would have pulled off such a big wedding so quickly. I'll have to call Ann M. Martin and give her my feedback. ...

    Well, wasn?t that just the CUTEST! ...

    I love her books and I don't like to read but I got in trouble for reading because I was supposed to be in be sleeping but I had to read a chapter a night because I loved the book ...

    This is my favorite one so far!! I can?t wait to the newest on that comes out in September!!! ...

    Open Book Reviews by Megan Schmelzer www.openbookreviews.org During my days in middle school, I was a huge Babysitter?s Club fan! I read all the books, including the Little Sister?s series. I even owned the movie! It was absolutely terrible, but I wore that old VHS tape out! I ...

    Kristy? Big Day is about Kristy? mom getting married, and Kristy getting to be a bridesmaid! Just one downside though... FOURTEEN kids are coming to the wedding! The BSC (Baby-Sitters Club) believe they can handle all of the dramatic kids, but that? before they realize all of the di...

    Of all the other BSC graphic novels, I feel like this one was the most cohesive one of the six. I really enjoyed reading this - nostalgia! ...

    This book was short but good. I loved it! I was into it the entire time I was reading it and couldn't put it down! ...

    The Baby-Sitters Club, by Gale Gallian, is a fantastic book, because it is about a girl named Kristy and her mom is going to have a wedding. Kristy is in a baby sitters club with, Claudia, Mary Anne, Stacey, Dawn, and Mallory. I would recommend this book to people who are interested in...