Baby-sitter books one and two, Book 1

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Scholastic, 2005 - Babysitters - 336 pages
109 Reviews
From the minute that Jenny accepts the Hagen baby-sitting job, she knows she has made a terrible mistake. First there is the dark and gloomy Hagen house, filling her with dread and horror. Then the crank phone calls start. When she finds a threatening note in her bag, she realizes that this isn't a harmless game.

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Review: The Baby-Sitter II (The Baby-Sitter #2)

User Review  - Matthew Lafrance - Goodreads

I actually enjoyed this one much more than the first for one single reason: Stine provided just BARELY enough clues for the reader to solve the mystery before the ending. It wasn't overly predictable ... Read full review

Review: The Baby-Sitter II (The Baby-Sitter #2)

User Review  - Goodreads

I actually enjoyed this one much more than the first for one single reason: Stine provided just BARELY enough clues for the reader to solve the mystery before the ending. It wasn't overly predictable ... Read full review

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