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The Truth About Stacey (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphic Novel #2): A Graphix… (original 2006; edição 2015)

por Raina Telgemeier (Adapter)

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Stacey, a member of the Baby-sitters Club, learns to cope with her diabetes and her overprotective parents. A graphic novel based on the 1988 book by the same name.
Título:The Truth About Stacey (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphic Novel #2): A Graphix Book (Revised edition): Full-Color Edition (2) (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphix)
Autores:Raina Telgemeier (Adapter)
Informação:Graphix (2015), Edition: Revised, Revised,Full Color, 144 pages
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The Truth About Stacey [The Baby-Sitters Club Graphic Novel] por Ann M. Martin (Creator) (2006)

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In my opinion this books was slightly better than the other one for some reason.I felt as thought you could relate to this book more.This book had rivalries that you can very much relate to in middle school.It made me remember all the times got in fights with people .I mean isn't that what books are all about nostalgia or adventure(In my option it is ).I also felt connected to Stacy I moved from New York to Rhode Island and it was a big change for media even had a big falling out with my then best friend.The fact that the girls won against the older club was also very nice .

It starts with a flashback of the club member we(I) know least about Stacey.Life in New York was a lot different from life in StoneBrook.In someone good and in some ways bad.Things were about to get a lot worse in StoneBrook and a lot better in New York.Since stacey is sick he4r parents make her go to a lot of doctors all the way in New York making he miss lots of school.Mean while the whole club is fighting of a another Agency of babysitters that are older and a little less responsible .In the end the better club wins and Stcaey gets a say in what doctor she sees .
  Jsantana.Ela5 | May 21, 2020 |
Not having read any of the original Baby Sitter's Club books, I read this one because it is in graphic novel form by Raina Telgemeier. This book lent itself very well to the graphic novel form - the plot is not complicated (a rival Baby sitter's club opens) and has a subplot about one of their members who is having trouble dealing with her diabetes. All in all, it reminded me of those bygone 'after school special' TV shows dealing with some teenage or tween problem. Not high literature, and somewhat didactic, but I can see why a middle-schooler might like this. ( )
  Marse | Jan 23, 2019 |
Stacey struggles not so much with keeping her diabetes in check, but with keeping her parents' concern about her diabetes in check. She's also still adjusting to living in a new town with new school friends while harboring resentments about her former best friend's abrupt abandonment of her last year. On top of everything else, the Baby-Sitters Club faces a challenge when some eighth graders launch their own "Baby-Sitters Agency."

This book is the second in a graphic novel series based on the middle-grade novels of the same name. Having read the originals years ago when I was a tween myself, I can no longer remember enough about them to make a point-by-point comparison, so this review will be about the graphic novel as a standalone work.

This book picks up right where the last one ended, moving from early in the school year to late fall/early winter of the girls' seventh grade year. Although I suppose you could pick up this book on its own, it certainly stands up better after reading the first title. The focus has shifted from Kristy to Stacey, and we now see the majority of events from her point of view, with a handful of babysitting exceptions.

What's nice about this series is how it can tackle some heavier issues (in this case, Stacey's chronic illness) while still remaining light-hearted and full of humor. Everything remains at an appropriate level of concern for young readers. And while the girls are not perfect, they are well-behaved enough to stand in as role models of good character. For instance, it is increasingly obvious how much they care for the children they watch and how seriously they take their babysitting roles. ( )
  sweetiegherkin | Jun 17, 2018 |
Oh the nostalgia!! I grew up loving the Baby-Sitter's Club and these graphic novels are a fun way to bring back memories of my childhood. ( )
  Tiffy_Reads | Mar 19, 2018 |
In this book, The BSC deals with competition from a group of older students who call themselves the Babby Sitters Agency. We also learn more about Stacey's life in NYC, her relationship with her former BFF Laine, and her bout with diabetes.

Having never read the original BSC books, I don't have anything to compare these to but I think these books are well written and beautifully illustrated. ( )
  DMPrice | Jan 7, 2018 |
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The girls learn to stand up for themselves in responsible ways, including Stacey taking responsibility for her body and her health in the face of her parents’ overwhelming concern. That’s a terrific message for young women, even though the book is a lot more entertaining than many message-based tracts.

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The book is for my old pal, Claudia Werner -- A.M.M.
Very big thanks to Marion Vitus, Adam Girardet, Duane Ballanger, Lisa Jonte, Arthur Levine, KC Witherall, and Hope Lansen. As always, a huge thank you to my family, my friends, and especially, Dave.
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