Holm, Jennifer and Holm, Matthew Bad Babysitter (Babymouse #19) 90 pages Random House, 2015. $6.99 Content: Language: G (0 swears); Mature Content: G Violence: G GRAPHIC NOVEL
Babymouse would do anything to get a new scooter. When she is
offered her first babysitting job, she finds out she gets paid and jumps at the
opportunity. But its harder than it looks, and just keeps getting more challenging.
From monkey’s jumping on the bed to diaper changes, will Babymouse give up on
I just am still finding it hard to believe that Babymouse and
Squish are written by the same duo, because I can’t stand Babymouse and I love
Squish! Confused! That being said, again, this series is so popular there is no
way I wouldn’t pick this up for the library collection. While there is a great
message about never giving up and working hard, I don’t think students will
understand the Mary Poppins references, which were numerous, that movie was
outdated even when I was a kid.
EL(K-3) –ADVISABLE Reviewer:
Stephanie Elementary School Librarian & Author.