Logan Likes Mary Anne! (The Baby-sitters Club, 10) (10)

Logan Likes Mary Anne! (The Baby-sitters Club, 10) (10)

Posted by jack_miller | Published 7 months ago

With 143 ratings

By: Ann M. Martin

Purchased At: $9.93

America's favorite series returns with a new look and a Netflix tv show.

Mary Anne used to have to wear her hair in braids, keep her room painted pink, and ask her dad before she did anything. But not anymore. Mary Anne's been growing up . . . and the Baby-sitters Club members aren't the only ones who have noticed.

Logan Bruno likes Mary Anne! He has a dreamy southern accent, he's awfully cute--and he wants to join the Baby-sitters Club.

The Baby-sitters aren't sure Logan will make a good club member. And Mary Anne thinks she's too shy for Logan. Life in the BSC has never been this complicated--or this fun!
We were quite surprised to open up #10 only to find out there are no graphics in this edition? Not sure if this is just for paperback but how can a graphic novel advertise as such without any graphics?! very strange..

- mallory_gomez

I love the babysitters club.I like when Logan becomes an associate member of the babysitters club but I don't like how Mary Anne ran away from her own birthday party

- andi_hall

Grand daughter loves it! A new generation of
Babysitters club lovers is fast on the Horizon!
Publishers take note!

- calliope_gonzales

Posted originally on my blog: [...]

When I first read this book as a child, I absolutely adored Mary Anne and Logan as a couple. Even now, I haven’t read the later books that made Logan out to be a jerk and for me they were the “it” couple in the world of The Baby-sitters Club.

My feelings for Mary Anne as a character has always flip flopped. Especially since I can’t relate to her over the top shyness. I’ve met shy people before, but never have I met one as shy as Mary Anne is described.

However, the thing I liked about these books was the fact that despite it’s a never ending eight grade year, the girls do grow and mature in front of your eyes. For Mary Anne, she had the most to grow in terms of speaking up for herself and began the process in book four, Mary Anne Saves the Day. In this book, she takes the next big step towards becoming a teenager and gets her first crush, who winds up being her boyfriend. I thought the idea of making Logan interested in baby-sitting was also a great one, because it gave them some common ground.

My only criticism is, that while Mary Anne is growing up in these books, her shyness is bothersome. I don’t know of anyone who would have ran from a surprise birthday cake. Especially if they had already been at the party for quite some time and was enjoying themselves. But besides that, this is still one of my favorite books from this series and it was nice to relive Mary Anne’s first crush.

- kaysen_diaz

Good in the series

- ayleen_lopez

This book is very funny . I, Sarah Grace Bartelsian , 9 years old say that this book is really fun for kids.

- maxwell_allen

This book is long and entertaining.
Highly recommended for a child who is growing up before your eyes.
Full of love, romance and awkward moments.

- otto_cox

I really liked this book. I like the way they developed Mary Anne’s story. If you have a tweet girl this is a good book for her.

- matthias_morris

Another great story by Ann M. Martin, follows Mary Anne's life as Logan joins the Babysitters Club. Would recommend it.

- cason_williams

I found this book great because it introduces Logan and brings boys into the amazing club of the baby sitters and there will probably be more boys

- ashley_perez

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