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eBook Keep Out, Claudia! (Baby-Sitters Club) epub
  • ISBN: 0833591703
  • Author: Ann M. Martin
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bt Bound (October 1999)
  • ePUB size: 1964 kb
  • FB2 size 1534 kb
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Keep Out, Claudia! book. When Mrs. Lowell, the Baby-sitters Club's newest client, shows a dislike for Claudia and refuses to hire her as a sitter, Kristy, Mary Anne, Stacey, Dawn, Mallory, and Jessica decide to find out why. Get A Copy.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Lowell, the Baby-sitters Club's newest client, shows a dislike for Claudia and refuses to hire her as a sitter.

The Baby-Sitters Club Series. 131 primary works, 153 total works. Claudia and the Phantom Phone Calls. Book 7. Claudia and Mean Janine. Shelve Keep Out, Claudia!

The Baby-Sitters Club Series. Series of teen novels by Ann M. Martin. Kristy, Claudia, Mary Anne and Stacey have ha. ore. Claudia's participation in the Baby-sitters Clu. Shelve Keep Out, Claudia! Want to Read. Claudia becomes the target of prejudice when the Baby-Sitters Club takes on a new client who doesn't like Claudia because she's Japanese

Keep Out, Claudia! book. Claudia becomes the target of prejudice when the Baby-Sitters Club takes on a new client who doesn't like Claudia because she's Japanese. A serious look at discrimination and how it affects teens.

The members of the Baby-sitters Club are a diverse group of kids. e-ISBN 978-0-545-69050-8. Ann M. Martin, Keep Out, Claudia! Thank you for reading books on BookFrom. They come from different kinds of families, and from a variety of backgrounds. Each has her own interests and problems, yet the girls get along well as a group, and appreciate each other’s differences.

Keep Out Claudia was my first baby sitters club book and I'd been hooked since. com User, November 28, 1999. This book talks about how a new client for the BSC, doesn't like anyone who isn't well- caucasin.

Letter from Ann M. You know what I wish, Claudia? Archie said when Jackie and Bo were safely out the door. I wish I could be in a play. Claudia? Do you think Shea is playing that song right? Jackie Rodowsky wanted to know.

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Comments: (7)
Gavirus
The Babysitters Club is at it again in KEEP OUT CLAUDIA! In this new adventure with Kristy, Mary Anne, Claudia, Stacey, Dawn, Mallory, and Jessi, they deal with a prejudiced New customer, named Mrs. Lowell. Meanwhile, the sitters put a band together for their kids.

The sitters always like new clients. So when they get a phone call from a lady named Mrs. Lowell, they are happy to take the job. The Lowell's have three kids, Caitlyn, the oldest, and Celeste are girls, and Mackie is the son.

Mary Anne is the first sitter for the Lowell's. She felt a little strange when Mrs. Lowell looked her over at the door, but figured she just wanted to see who was sitting for her kids. After Mrs. Lowell left, the kids were great. They asked about her kitten, and acted fine. They listened to Mary Anne, were nice to her, and Mrs. Lowell is very pleased.

So when she calls the club again and Claudia gets the job, she is confused at the way the family behaves. From the moment she arrives at the door, she knows something is wrong. Mrs. Lowell acts strange, like something is wrong about Claud. The kids act funny too, not listening, acting secretive, sneaking snacks, and laughing at their sitter.

Mrs. Lowell decides to call the club again, and request anybody but Claudia! Claudia didn't do anything wrong, so she is confused. But since Kristy and Mary Anne had good experiences, Jessi decides to try. Mrs. Lowell stares at her, then slams the door in her face! Then she calls the club again, and asks for only blonde hair, blue eyed sitters.

Mrs. Lowell is prejudiced. She doesn't like Jessi because she is black, she doesn't like Claudia because she is Asian-American, she doesn't like Mallory because her family is so big. In fact, when the kids hear that they laugh and assume she is Christian. She doesn't like Kristy because her adopted sister is Vietnamese, she wouldn't like Dawn and Stacey, although they have blonde hair and blue eyes, because their parents are divorced. And they wouldn't like the fact that Mary Anne has a step-sister.

While the Lowell-drama is happening,some other things are too. The sitters start a band for their charges. Jackie, Archie, and Shea Rodowsky helped come up with the idea. Jackie also comes up with the name, All The Children.

This is a great book, written from Claudia Kishi's perspective. All the serious-topic books are written from Jessi's point, so it was interesting to deal with it from another sitter.

I highly recommend this book, as well as the series.
Thanks again,
GZ
Gymnastic Zebra
Tisicai
When the BSC gets some new clients the Lowells Mrs. Lowell doesn't like Claudia or jessi because they are Japanese and African-American I mean seriously who does that Mrs Lowell is MEAN and ride to them and suggests a blond haired blue eyed babysitter not the best book
Jogrnd
This was a book for my granddaughter.
She said it was OK., not as appealing to her apparently as much as some others she has enjoyed.
I gave it an OK because of her feedback.
Manona
All though I liked the book. It shows a severe case of bullying.
Jessi and Claudia handled it very well.
( physical and verbal bullying)
Whitegrove
they deal with the racist Lowell family. They do a Fiddlers on the roof theatre band. Read this book now!
Opilar
Dated, perhaps. Don't re-release THIS one in this day and age. My Lord! Ok, so I guess we can assume Mrs. Lowell was a bigot. But talk about jumping to conclusions! Kristy basically decides that because the family is prejudiced against Asians, they must also be prejudiced against divorced people, boy babysitters.....it just got a little ridiculous. I would have laughed if it turned out that Mrs. Lowell only wanted blonde/blue eyed sitters because she thought one of them was her missing daughter that she gave up for adoption and she was searching for them. That would have been hysterical. But oh so unpolitical. Just my opinion.
Bajinn
Man when I was a kid (i'm 17) I thought racism was nonexistent! Man how wrong I was!

This book is also very shocking. I almost couldn't believe it when Mrs. Lowell asked for a "blonde-haired, blue-eyed sitter". I was like WHAT??? What makes one better because they've got blonde hair? I never understood that.

It's so sad that there is racism in this world. It's not like we have a choice of what race we want to be. And the one who did a review on March 22, 2004, you were right on the ball. The world IS a wonderful place but we're lucky we have so much diversity. But sadly I think there wil always be racism, no matter what. The only place free of racism? Heaven.

Anyway, the book itself is well written. I really like how Martin buidls the suspense. First Mary Anne goes and the kids are angels . . . slightly odd, but angels. And Martin foreshadows the fact that those poor kids are racist when they are watching TV and laugh at the Asian kids on the screen. Then Claudia shows up and the kids are brats. Next Jessi shows up and she can't even go inside the house! Kristy goes next and is the one who figures ut the Lowells are racist. then the mother doesn't even let them see a Jewish play. The kids are disappointed, implying that they are not the bad guys, the mother is. Ugh that family was so snobby and racist . . . why do people have to be that way . . .

This is probably the most realistic bsc book. Martin does a great job of shedding light on to this very sad but real subject. I'm just glad I live in a country where it's basically okay to be anything. But maybe I'm just ignorant and don't want to admit that there is still rabid racism going on.
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