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Paperback Welcome Back, Stacey (Baby-Sitters Club, 28) Book

ISBN: 0590425013

ISBN13: 9780590425018

Welcome Back, Stacey (Baby-Sitters Club, 28)

(Book #28 in the The Baby-Sitters Club Series)

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Stacey's parents are going to get a divorce and she must decide whether to live in New York with her father or move back to Stoneybrook with her mother. Baby Sitters Club #28.

Customer Reviews

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There is nothing wrong with divorce.

First of all, Rachel Snyder is a quack saying fighting is better for kids.Would any kid want to live with parents that always fight. I wouldn't. And my parents broke up, and I'd rather have that than hear them fighting. And, there in NOT to much divorce in the series. If there wasn't any divorce in the series, we would not have Dawn, Karen, Andrew, or the Dewits Or any other family that is divorced in the series so THERE!!!By the way, the book is very great. I think any BSC fan would love it.

I have to give it to ann for touching on divorce

divorce is always a sad thing but it doesn't necessarily mean it's a bad thing and it is realistic that it's happening constantly right now. For some people divorce is a relief if there is abuse in the relationship towards the spouse or the child, wake up people this is the 21st century! the only thing I didn't like about this book is that it appears as though it was just an arguement that made them get divorced, though realistically, as someone with divorced parents too, you already know there is going to be divorce before your parents even tell you and it's not something that happens overnight

Stacey is back!

Welcome Back To Stoneybrook, Stacey! All the Baqby Sitters are going to happy. And most of all, Charlotte Johanssen, Stacey's favorite kid and always baby sits for will be very happy. But before that, Stacey had to choose where to go with her mom in Stoneybrook or with her dad with New York?

IT WAS A GOOD BOOK!

i thought that the book was very good, i used to have one when i was in 3rd grade but lost it when i moved. i felt really sad one day and remember " Welcome Back Stacey!" and how it was my first ever BSC book! so i searched around and found it, not in a store though a book order! but believe me it's worth the wait! in this story stacey's parents get divorce, and she has a choice whether to stay in NYC with her dad or move back to Stoneybrook with her mom! of course she loves Stoneybrook and all the members of the BSC but what about Laine, her dad, and all of her friends? stacey realized that NYC was her first home and where she felt most comfortable at, but her choice is well.. obvuois right? anyways i was glad that stacey deceied to move back to Stoneybrrok, because the books weren't the same with out her! nice job ann on another well written book!

Welcome back!

It was good to see Stacey return to the BSC because the books when she was gone were dull, and because she was my favorite. However it is sad that it was in the event of her folks' divorce! Also, I was a bit irritated. I know a lot of people choose divorce, but what is all this? First Kristy's, then Dawn's, Mary Anne had no mother--Claudia was the only one from the original BSC from an unbroken home. It is sad the way these books seem to glorify divorce and make it seem okay. Her folks were wimps about it; they chose divorce as a first resort rather than last, just because they didn't want to deal with it! And I think Stacey's folks were selfish babies to fight like a pair of spoiled brats! If they cared about their daughter, they should try to work things out!
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