Logan Bruno, Boy Baby-Sitter (Baby-Sitters Club Special Edition Readers' Request)
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Logan Bruno, Boy Baby-Sitter (Baby-Sitters Club Special Edition #2)

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Poor Logan. The kids at school are always busting him for being a 'boy baby-sitter.' And then Logan blows a track event that causes SMS to lose the meet. He's feeling pretty bummed. . .
Paperback, 160 pages
Published July 1st 1993 by Scholastic Inc.
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Dec 30, 2009 Lucy added it
oh I longed for a boyfriend like Logan in childhood
this is the second of the absurd "reader's request" books featuring logan as narrator & primary protagonist. i think it's kind of weird that both the logan books came out so much earlier than the one shannon book. were babysitters club readers in the early 90s really that enamored by logan? even after mary anne broke up with him for turning into a controlling monster?

anyway, logan & mary anne are happily together in this book. happily, that is, save for mary anne's new obsession with hun...more
Laura Hughes
Logan starts hanging out with the "Badd Boys," a sort of gang or at least consortium of young thugs who wear leather jackets and shoplift and stuff. He thinks they get a bad rap and he forms a friendship with the leader, T-Jam. But he changes his mind when he realizes T-Jam has been using him for his trustworthy clean-cut Ken Doll looks and his friendship with the owner of a record store. After social engineering some inside info, T-Jam stages a heist of boy band records, making Logan an unwitti...more
I really liked the first book from Logan's POV (Logan's Story), but this one was just stupid. Somehow Logan gets involved in a gang (YES A GANG in Stoneybrooke, Connecticut) that carry out such crimes as stealing sunglasses from unlocked cars and threatening people with notes showing them as mice caught in giant mouse traps. Wow.
In which Logan joins a problematically racially stigmatized gang and does not do any babysitting.
Amy Holcomb
The Baby-sitters Club series was my favorite growing up! :)
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Ann Matthews Martin was born on August 12, 1955. She grew up in Princeton, New Jersey, with her parents and her younger sister, Jane. After graduating from Smith College, Ann became a teacher and then an editor of children's books. She's now a full-time writer.

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