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by Ann M. Martin

  • Author: Ann M. Martin
  • ISBN: 0590470140
  • ISBN13: 978-0590470148
  • ePub: 1375 kb | FB2: 1311 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Apple; First edition (June 1994)
  • Pages: 10
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 660
  • Format: mobi rtf txt mobi
Stacey's Lie (Baby-Sitters Club, 76) ePub download

Stacey's Lie (Baby-Sitters Club, 76) Paperback – June, 1994.

Stacey's Lie (Baby-Sitters Club, 76) Paperback – June, 1994. by. Ann M. Martin (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Book 76 of 94 in the Baby-sitters Club Series.

The Baby-Sitters Club Series. 131 primary works, 153 total works. Book 76. Stacey's Lie. by Ann M. Martin. Series of teen novels by Ann M.

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Stacey's vacation is full of mishaps when she tells one litle lie which leads to another and another and another. Books related to The Baby-Sitters Club Stacey's Lie. Skip this list. The Baby-Sitters Club Mind Your Own Business, Kristy! Ann M.

Home Ann M. Martin Starring the Baby-Sitters Club! . Martin Starring the Baby-Sitters Club! Home, . Starring the Baby-Sitters Club!, . The silence was broken when Stacey said, So is everyone ready to go? I’m getting cold standing here. My toes are turning numb.

Stacey's Lie is the 76th book in The Baby-Sitters Club series. When Stacey's Dad asks her to come on a holiday with him, she's thrilled. And when he tells her that she gets to choose the destination and take Claudia along, Stacey thinks things are just too good to be true. But when Stacey picks a place where Robert is spending his summer holiday without telling her father about it, things start to get a little tough.

This is a list of the novels in The Baby-Sitters Club, a children's book series created by Ann M. The first 35 novels were written by Martin, after which some of the books were ghostwritten; 44 of these were written by Peter Lerangis.

The Baby-sitters Club is more a business than a club. She was lying on her stomach, half under the bed, rooting around in the stuff stored there. Stacey isn't really gone; she's just the New York branch of the Baby-sitters Club! Kristy runs the club in a very businesslike manner. My friends and I sit for families in our neighborhoods. 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. She was probably rooting for one of two things - art supplies or junk food. Well, I'm sorry, but "rat hole" is the best word I can come up with. She insists that's the only way to do things.

tear on bottom of spine - light creasing on front cover - light spot in upper corner front cover - circles around some titles in back of book - SOLD - Stacey's Lie - name written inside front cover - creases in corners on cover.

tear on bottom of spine - light creasing on front cover - light spot in upper corner front cover - circles around some titles in back of book - SOLD - Stacey's Lie - name written inside front cover - creases in corners on cover - light crease on front cover toward spine edge - SOLD and Whitney, Friends Forever - tiny tear on bottom of spine - checkmarks inside.

Stacey does not tell her father about the boyfriend who is the real reason she chooses Fire Island for their vacation, nor does she tell Claudia, whom she invites to go along, with unhappy results all around.
I really enjoyed this book! I found it as a great way to teach kids a lesson.
I give this book an 8/10
I took off a few points for the subplot. I couldn’t believe how mature it was!
This was a good book that taught a very good lesson. It is slightly long for the story and seems to go on and on, however. Overall, good book which I would recommend to preteens
I enjoyed reading this book thanks to the way it was descriptively written, like about stacey's father's day weekend in new york, and how they spent time at fire island where stacey, her dad and claudia are vacationing and where her boyfriend robert is vacationing at the same time there, but she keeps it a secret. Claudia seemed to be jealous of stacey spending too much time with robert though and kept questioning their friendship and they got into a fight. The baby sitters also came briefly for the trip and they made costumes for the fourth of july parade but it was a disaster and meanwhile stacey is getting all tangled up in her lies, but she's not the only one who lied, her dad was up to something too and keeping it from stacey. Maybe the book should have been called stacey and the big fat lies or something. I also enjoyed reading about claudia's beautiful photography of sandcastles she built and how she got some publicity for it on the little island.
I'm not actually 11, but I was when this book came out. I was a huge BSC fanatic and I still read those books once in awhile. This book was good for the way it was descriptively written, but the plot was kind of silly. Stacey should have been a bit more honest, but she's at a stage where she wants to do things without asking permission for every little thing. Everyone in their teens must have told half-truths the way she did, it's common, but Claudia was eating her up for that and was acting like such a saint. and stacey's dad was just as sneaky as stacey, so it was dumb how he was mad at her. As for the fight between vanessa and haley, pointless!!! can't there be at least one book with no baby sitting mentioned?? i like reading about baby sitting, but it really wasn't necessary in this book.
I'm actually 19, and I used to be a big fan of the BSC when I was in my preteen years, and I came across this book the other day and it brought back memories. Stacey goes on vacation with her father and claudia, but they don't know she's really there because her boyfriend is vacationing at the same place. The only thing that wasn't necessary about this book was Mallory and Jessi working at a day camp back in Stoneybrook, that really wasn't interesting to read, pretty stupid actually and totally unrelated to the book. But nevertheless a good read.
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