Stacey McGill... Matchmaker?

Stacey McGill Matchmaker When Stacey sits for the two Brooke kids she can t help noticing that their dad is a very cute single father and the perfect match for her single mom

  • Title: Stacey McGill... Matchmaker?
  • Author: Ann M. Martin
  • ISBN: 9780590501750
  • Page: 141
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Stacey sits for the two Brooke kids, she can t help noticing that their dad is a very cute single father, and the perfect match for her single mom.

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    1. stacey gets a job babysitting for a new client. his name is john brooke, & he has two kids, joni & ewan. he explains that he is a writer & needs someone to look after the kids while he works on his new novel. stacey is kind of dumbfounded when she meets him because she thinks he's hot--tall, fit, with slightly long dark hair & bright green eyes. all i can picture is a grown up harry potter, which doesn't strike me as especially hot. she admits that she stared at him just a second [...]

    2. Oh man. This book was the filler to end all fillers. We get some snippets about Mallory looking into boarding schools, but mostly this was. A hot, steaming pile of why me.

    3. Stacey’s delighted when mother begins dating Mr. Brooke, a new client of the BSC. Mr. Brooke’s daughter Joni doesn’t like the match, but just as Stacey convinces her (Joni) to give her (Stacey’s) mother a chance, Mrs. McGill decides to break up with Mr. Brooke anyway.Meanwhile, Mallory is having a bad time at school, and looks into the possibility of changing schools.This is one of the more oddly- (badly-) written and interesting BSC books. I always like the parent plots, and this one ha [...]

    4. I really liked this book despite never having read it as a child. Stacey start babysitting for the children of a newly divorced father and he and her mum hit it off immediately. Stacey is convinced that this new set-up is fantastic but the kids think otherwise, especially the daughter who isn't over her parents' break-up yet and sets out to destroy the new relationship. Stacey's mum enjoys spending time with John but it's clear that she doesn't think it'll last forever and she points out some fl [...]

    5. Fantastic books for young girls getting into reading!! Great stories about friendship and life lessons. The characters deal with all sorts of situations and often find responsible solutions to problems.I loved this series growing up and wanted to start my own babysitting business with friends. Great lessons in entrepreneurship for tweens.The books may be dated with out references to modern technology but the story stands and lessons are still relevant.Awesome books that girls will love! And the [...]

    6. Not a child of divorce, but this book does a good job crystallising how children of different age groups react to their parents getting divorced and their subsequent dating.

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