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by Ann M. Martin

  • Author: Ann M. Martin
  • ISBN: 0836812441
  • ISBN13: 978-0836812442
  • ePub: 1628 kb | FB2: 1574 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Publisher: Gareth Stevens Pub (July 1, 1994)
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 537
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Dawn on the Coast (Baby-sitters Club) ePub download

Dawn on the Coast is the first Baby-sitters Club book set in California. Ann M. Martin, Dawn on the Coast. Thank you for reading books on BookFrom.

Dawn on the Coast is the first Baby-sitters Club book set in California. When Dawn returns to her hometown, her friends have a surprise for her. They’ve started the We Kids Club, a baby-sitting club of their own. Over the years I’ve heard of lots of kids who have done what Dawn’s friends did - started baby-sitting businesses of their own. In fact, in 1995, I know of nearly 200 real baby-sitting clubs. Not all of the clubs are run just like the Baby-sitters Club or the We Kids Club. Some of them have only two members, some of them have lots of members.

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Читать онлайн - Martin Ann . A trip to the West Coast. It was the highlight of my spring, that's for sure. When I got toCalifornia, I had an absolutely fantastic time. So how come I ended up feeling so confused? Believe me, there's a lot to tell. And I might as well start at the beginning. First off, you're probably wondering who Sunshine is. Well, that's me. Of course nobody around here calls me Sunshine.

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Home Ann M. Martin Dawn on the Coast. Dawn on the coast, . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8. Star Tours! cried Jeff. Dad let Jeff pick one roller coaster ride and that one was i. From there we went on to Tomorrowland (with Jeff running ahead all the way). We went all through Clover’s and Daffodil’s rooms. They showed me new clothes, new toys, new books, new school projects, report cards, you name it. As they were winding down, I sat on Clover’s bed and she got out her comb to comb through my long hair. She always did love to do that. I think somebody spun your hair into gold, she said.

The Baby-Sitters Club Series. 131 primary works, 153 total works. Book 23. Dawn on the Coast. Series of teen novels by Ann M.

Dawn on the Coast is the 23rd book in the original The Baby-Sitters Club series. Dawn visits her Dad and brother Jeff in California and finds herself wishing she could move back. Dawn can't wait for her trip to California

Dawn on the Coast is the 23rd book in the original The Baby-Sitters Club series. Dawn can't wait for her trip to California

The Baby-sitters Club is more a business than a club. My friends and I sit for families in our neighborhoods. Dawn asked Kristy as she and I settled ourselves gingerly on the bed. We didn't want to crush the vice-president beneath us. Kristy shrugged.

The Baby-sitters Club is more a business than a club. We get a lot of jobs and earn a lot of money. And I spend a lot of my money right here in the pet store. The club was started by Kristy Thomas, our president. I'm the secretary, by the wa. In some ways, Kristy is like me, but in more ways, she's my exact opposite. I think that's why she was my very first best friend. That and the fact that we lived next door to each other from the time we were born.

Since her parents' divorce, Dawn lives in Connecticut with her mother while her brother and father are in California, but after a vacation in California, Dawn isn't sure she wants to return to the East Coast
fantastic and filled with suspense but is a lot like Jersey shore for kids sorry but not one of ann m Martin's best
One thing I like about all the babysitters club books are the real life situations the members face. And this book definitely continues in that pattern. Great book!
So Dawn gets to go to California to visit her dad during spring break or something, and she reconnects with her old friends, old neighborhood, and family members. It's tough for her because she's having a great time (in vacation mentality, of course), and on top of that, her friend has started a babysitting club (because that's what everyone is doing everywhere!) and she gets to sit in on the meetings, so it's hard to think she's going to have to go back to Stoneybrook. Now, one thing I didn't like about this book was that it had this weird stereotype of California people. They're not all health-food-eating blonde beach bums, you know. I always wondered, even when I was a kid, how these books were received by California kids. I was a Florida kid. I wondered how Florida kids would be portrayed in this series.

I liked this book because the main conflict of the book--Dawn's reluctance to return home--was realistically handled. I could definitely feel the struggle there--especially since we idealize places and experiences when they aren't our everyday lives.
Dawn used to be a California girl until her parents' divorce. Then her mother packed up Dawn and her brother Jeff to move back her old hometown in Connecticut. Eventually Dawn made friends and a new life for herself but her brother did not and returned to California making the family even more divided than before. As the story opens Dawn is leaving to spend her spring break back in California with her father and brother and her old friends. Before long she finds that in her heart she is still a California girl but that she also loves her new life in Connecticut which leaves her with a huge problem - should she get on the plane at the end of her vacation or not?

This is #23 in the popular BABYSITTERS CLUB series. The books in this series focus on a group of young teenage girls in a small Connecticut town. Each book in the series focuses on one of the girls although each one appears to some extent. Each chapter opens with a handwritten note (journal entry, postcard, letter etc) by one of the girls commenting on the upcoming events. The series overall has several ongoing arcs that are moved along in a chronological manner but each book could be read and enjoyed independently or out of series order. The reading level of this series is 4th grade and appeals primarily to 3rd through 5th grade girls. The stories themselves are well written, the characters are believeable and appealing, remaining consistent throughout the series. The situations the girls find themselves in are realistic and dealt with in a reasonable manner.

The series is a bit dated at this point - this particular book was written in 1989 - so that a young reader today might be a bit confused by some of the references to 'current' movies or the relaxed air travel of twenty years ago. Overall though the story itself still speaks to problems faced by many young girls today.
ISBN 0590420070 - Martin's BSC books tend to remain timeless, overall, despite references to things like VCRs. This and Martin's ability to keep track of details through the series always make her books worth reading.

Dawn's father and brother still live in California, while Dawn and her mother are now living in Stoneybrook. Dawn's got new friends and has settled in happily, but she's very excited to visit sunny California - she won't be the only one who eats healthy food, she loves the warm weather and, most of all, she'll get to see people she loves and misses!

Dawn and Jeff go to Disneyland with their father, they spend time at the beach and Dawn's best friend surprised her with the news that she has started their own babysitters club, called the We-Heart-Kids Club. She enjoys her visit so much that she begins to wonder if she ought to stay in California for good. Making this decision might be the most difficult thing she's ever had to do - and she doesn't have much time to decide.

There are a few moments when you almost have to laugh at the melodrama of young girls, which is nice (and pretty realistic). These books are super quick reads, and well worth picking up!

- AnnaLovesBooks
I'm confused as to where Stacy is during several parts of this series. This installment is excellent. Dawn has a wonderful relationship with both parents and it is tough for her to make the right decision. Meanwhile, the babysitting craziness continues in Stoneybrook. Guests in this book include: Jill, Maggie, Sunny. No brats with cell phones and selfies in this one. 100% old school stuff complete with references to a Walkman!
this book is all about dawn's decision on whether to live in stonybrook or california. Dawn is usually in anaheim california, where I live, and visits the Anaheim Stadium (now Edison Stadium) Disneyland. . . and more. Most of the setails are right, but it is kind of outdated. still a very good book. i recommend reading the first book first, though.
Dawn can't wait for this trip to California. Besides all the sun andfun, it's Dawn's first visit since jeff, moved back to live with their dad.California is better then dawn can remeber it.The beaches are beatiful, Disneyland is a blast, Californians eat heathy food! Plus Dawn's best friend, sunny, has even started up her own baby-sitters club. After one wonderful week, Dawn begins yo think she might want to....stay in California like Jeff. Dawn's a California girl at heart-but could she really leave Stoneybrook for good?
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