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Karen’s Birthday: A Graphic Novel (Baby-sitters Little Sister #6) (Baby-Sitters Little Sister Graphix)

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ISBN-10: 1338762583
ISBN-13 : 978-1338762587
Publisher : Graphix (January 3, 2023)
Language : English
Paperback: 160 pages
Reading Age : 7 – 10 years
Dimensions : 6.25 x 0.5 x 9 inches
Item Weight : 12.8 ounces

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Another graphic novel in this fun series spin-off of The Baby-sitters Club, featuring Kristy’s little stepsister! It’s Karen’s birthday! She can’t wait for all those presents. Karen is even going to have two parties — one at Daddy’s house and one at Mommy’s. But what Karen really wants for her birthday is one big party and to celebrate the special day with her whole family together. Will Karen’s birthday wish come true?

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  1. ArmyWife

    My granddaughter loves these books! She Can’t wait for a next one to come out!

  2. DB

    We’ve largely enjoyed the other books in this series, but I really disliked this one and I’m not sure I want my daughter reading it again. Everyone is so awful to Karen and it’s not sufficiently acknowledged or accounted for. The way Karen’s parents — and shockingly and uncharacteristically, Kristy! — behave is really upsetting. A 7-year-old making outsized birthday requests? Gasp, how shocking! Karen’s dad calling her a brat, her mom telling her to “shape up,” Kristy berating her on the phone, everyone acting like Karen’s totally reasonable desire to have her two families celebrate together is ridiculous… it all felt cartoonishly (no pun intended) outsized and not in the same tone as the other books. The behavior didn’t feel realistic, but the worst part is that there’s no real reckoning. It just felt like a book about adults being emotionally manipulative and borderline abusive to a small child, and never fully owning up to those actions. The book even seems to sanction some of this terrible behavior. It’s ultimately so… bleak? What a huge bummer.

  3. Holly Keenan

    Such a good book of representation! I would love to have this book in my class room to help kids know they aren’t alone and those thoughts are normal:)

  4. cheryl

    My kids love this new book!

  5. Moanica

    It’s like the perfect series for a struggling reader! Sometimes she tries to read it sometimes she makes up her own stories with the pictures, either way I’m proud she’s starting to love reading! Please make more faster!

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