The Babysitter's Handbook: The Care and Keeping of Kids

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Pleasant Company Publications, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Offers practical advice for baby-sitters, covering such basic topics as feeding a finicky eater, crying, keeping children amused, first aid, bedtime, increasing business, and more. Original.

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Review: The Babysitter's Handbook: The Care and Keeping of Kids (American Girl (Quality))

User Review  - Michelle - Goodreads

Such a cute book. Being a person who has babysat, I wish I had this book in advance. It was a great book I loved the Do's and Don'ts and I thought it was hilarious that the charging rate was $2-$5? That's crazy I would never babysit for that amount. Very educational. Read full review

Review: The Babysitter's Handbook: The Care and Keeping of Kids (American Girl (Quality))

User Review  - Eryn - Goodreads

Obviously this book wasn't for enjoyment. But I still enjoyed it. Sorta. I do recommend it to new starting babysitters such as myself. But there are some things in this book I just don't agree with. Nonetheless I still liked it. Read full review

Contents

Ready?
5
Ways to say hello to kids
14
Great games and activities
26
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Brown is a contributing editor to American Girl Magazine.

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