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by Ann M. Martin

Kristy and the Walking Disaster (Baby-sitters Club) epub ebook

Author: Ann M. Martin
Category: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Gareth Stevens Pub (September 1, 1993)
ISBN: 0836810244
ISBN13: 978-0836810240
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 882
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The Baby-sitters Club. Once, in an emergency, I got a job sitting for Karen and Andrew. Jackie Rodowsky, 1 thought as Charlie drove me home. Would my afternoon with the walking disaster be fun. or, well, a disaster? Chapter 3. "Hit it!. By the time the job was over, I thought they were the greatest kids in the world.

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Kristy and the Walking Disaster is the 20th book in the original The Baby-Sitters Club series. Kristy is baby-sitting for her own brothers and sister and find they want to play baseball. They try very hard but they lack the skills or the age to play Little League ball. Charlie was out, but I was waiting for him to come home. Three times a week he drives me to and from meetings of the Baby-sitters Club, which are held from five-thirty until six o'clock in my old neighborhood on the other side of Stoney-brook. I decided I better go check on the little kids. I never know what Karen might be up to.

This is writing that became more prevalent as the series went on, and the ghost writers came in, but this book was written by Ann M Martin herself. I'm guessing she's not a big fan of baseball, or of writing about Kristy's huge (strange) crush on a handsome, athletic male. Kristy's crush on Bart comes across as something given to her character for the sole purpose of having Bart in her life.

Martin, Ann . 1955-. New York : Scholastic. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; ctlibrary; americana.

They're Kristy's Krushers! When Kristy sees how much her little brothers and sistersĀ .

They're Kristy's Krushers! When Kristy sees how much her little brothers and sisters want to play on a softball team, she organizes a ragtag team of her own. They may not be champions, with Jackie Rodowsky, walking disaster, on the team, but at least they have team spirit! Now Bart's Bashers have challenged the Krushers to a game. Ann Mathews Martin was born on August 12, 1955 in Princeton, New Jersey. She received a degree in elementary education and psychology from Smith College.

Ann Martin's Apple Paperbacks are Bummer Summer, Inside Out, Stage Fright, Me and Katie (the Pest), and all the other books in the Babysitters Club series.

When she sees how much her little brother and young stepbrother and stepsister want to play softball, thirteen-year-old Kristy starts her own team
Reviews (5)
When I picked this one up I expected to not really enjoy it because I don't care for books about "disasters" and contrived clumsiness, but I have to admit I have a weakness for inspirational sports movies and this kind of reminded me of The Sandlot. Kristy has a clumsy sitting client and invites him--along with some other neighborhood kids who are too young for Little League--to join her ragtag softball team, Kristy's Krushers. Annoyingly, there had to be a non-sports element as well, so the author threw in a romance--Kristy developed a crush on an opposing team's male coach. Great. (I thought it was cool, though, that unlike a lot of girls her age, Kristy actually starts disliking her crush when he does jerky things.)

I didn't like that the children on the Krushers were really stereotyped. Every child had something specific that made baseball difficult, and was defined in this book by whatever that trait was. (It annoyed me that the deaf kid had his deafness invoked as a setback in playing baseball, when actually baseball is Matt's THING and the only problem he has regarding deafness is that not many kids can talk to him.)

I did like that even though the inspirational sports "thing" was played out--the underdog team plays a better, more practiced team and gets scoffed at until they show them what they're made of--they didn't actually come from behind and WIN. And they weren't all pissed off about losing--they were legitimately glad that they did as well as they did, and that was cute and cool.

Rich Vulture
Yes I did like this book because it's by one of my favorite author because I have read a lot of books by that author. The thing that I like about her books is that they are always books that I have to read. There has never been any of her books that I haven't wanted to read and I have already read some of her books more than once. That's how much I love reading her books.

The book was about this girl called Kristy and some little kids who are either too young to be in the little league or have never played Softball. Kristy is willing to be a coach of 20 kids. Kristy's team is called Kristy's Krushers. When the Krushers play their first game, they play awesome even though they lose 6 to11.

I would recommend this book to anybody who likes books by Ann M Martain.

Not a fan of sports descriptions, but it wasn't too much of a struggle. The beginning of the courtship with Bart.

I think this is a very good book. It is about a girl named Kristy and how she makes a softball team out of any kid that wants to be in one. The kids that are on the team don't really know how to play that good. They all put their best effort to get better and they do. Kisty;s team is called Kristy;s Krushers with a K. Then they play against a Bart;s Bashers(Kristy has a big crush on him). Bart's team is beter and they are all bigger than kristy's,so read the book to find out what happens next.

i applaud ann m. martin! she's done it again! this book, may seem broing and stupid if you're not into sport but it's really interesting! in this book, kristy meets bart taylor, a guy who is coaching a team of his own! and kristy really likes him! it shows her dealing with her boy problems, and kristy's krusher having good spirit! you don't have to be good at a sport to have fun, just try your best!

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