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by Ann M. Martin

Download Claudia and the Phantom Phone Calls (The Baby-Sitters Club, No.2) ePub
  • ISBN 0545174767
  • ISBN13 978-0545174763
  • Language English
  • Author Ann M. Martin
  • Publisher Scholastic Paperbacks; Reissue edition (April 1, 2010)
  • Formats docx doc rtf lrf
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Size ePub 1612 kb
  • Size Fb2 1306 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 542

The hit series returns to charm and inspire another generation of baby-sitters! The first three classic BSC books are back, along with a brand-new prequel, The Summer Before.Being a good baby-sitter isn't always easy, and the vice-president of the Baby-Sitters Club, Claudia Kishi, is learning that the hard way. She and the other club members have started getting strange calls on the job. Is it the Phantom Caller, a jewel thief who's been breaking into houses in the area? One thing is certain -- the Club has to take action to protect their kids!

Home Ann M. Martin Claudia and the Phantom Phone Calls. Mimi knows about my Nancy Drew books, but no one else in the family does.

Home Ann M. Claudia and the Phantom Phone Calls, . The Baby-sitters Club is something my friend Kristy Thomas thought up a little while ago at the beginning of seventh grade. Kristy, who lives across the street from me, does a lot of baby-sitting. So do I, Claudia Kishi, and so does Kristy’s best friend, Mary Anne Spier, who lives next door to Kristy. Mom and Dad would tell me to read something more grown-up, and Janine would tell me to read something more worthwhile.

Ann M. Martin's The Baby-Sitters Club series sold over 176 million copies and inspired a generation of young . In this book, the sitters find themselves worrying about The Phantom Caller, a thief who makes ominous calls to residences before sneaking in to steal valuables. Martin's The Baby-Sitters Club series sold over 176 million copies and inspired a generation of young readers. Her novels include the Main Street series, BELLE TEAL, the Newbery Honor book A CORNER OF THE UNIVERSE, HERE TODAY, A DOG'S LIFE, and ON CHRISTMAS EVE, as well as the much-loved collaborations ., LONGER LETTER LATER and SNAIL MAIL NO MORE with Paula Danziger, and THE DOLL PEOPLE and THE MEANEST DOLL IN THE WORLD, written with Laura Godwin.

Claudia and the Phantom Phone Calls is the second book in The Baby-Sitter's Club series by Ann M. Martin. The baby-sitters receive mysterious phone calls while babysitting, and Claudia is sure it's The Phantom Caller, a sneaky jewel thief. At the end, they discover that the mysterious caller is far from being the Phantom Caller.

The baby-sitters have been getting mysterious phone calls when they're out on their jobs. Claudia is apprehensive about the Phantom caller, which is normal for a young girl with a bit of imagination. When a phone rings and they pick up, there's no one on the other end of the line. Claudia's sure it's the Phantom Kristy, Claudia, Mary Anne and Stacey have had some strange adventures since they started the Baby-sitters Club. She calls an emergency meeting of the Baby-sitters Club, and it is here that Claudia's misguided fear turns into full-on mass panic.

Being a good baby-sitter isn't always easy, and the vice-president of the Baby-Sitters Club, Claudia Kishi, is learning that the hard way. She and the other club members have been getting strange calls on the job. Is it the Phantom Caller, a jewel thief who's been breaking into houses in the area? One thing is certain-the Club has to take action to protect their kids! Product Identifiers.

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Le este libro usando a aplicación Google Play Libros no ordenador e nos dispositivos Android e iOS. Descárgao para lelo sen conexión, resaltar texto, engadir un marcador ou tomar notas mentres les The Baby-Sitters Club Claudia and the Phantom Phone Calls. The Baby-Sitters Club Claudia and the Phantom Phone Calls. Ann M. Martin1 de decembro de 2012. Vendido por Scholastic Inc.

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Books related to The Baby-Sitters Club Claudia and the Phantom Phone Calls. Baby-Sitters Club Mysteries Stacey and the Fashion Victim. It was funny,the way that the girls thought that the boys were the phantom caller,when they just were to shy to ask the girls if they wanted to go to the dance. how more. by Liana Fransham on July 27, 2019. The Baby-Sitters Club (Book 2).

The record book is where we keep track of our baby-sitting appointments as well as all other important club . I should mention here that each of us holds an office in the Baby-sitters Club.

The record book is where we keep track of our baby-sitting appointments as well as all other important club information. Kristy makes us keep a club notebook, too. Each time we complete a job, we're supposed to write up what happened. Then the other club members will know about any problems with kids or their families or homes, and know what to expect the next time they sit for the client. is secretary, which is why she was thinking of the record book

We’ve been getting funny phone calls, too. The kind where the caller hangs up as soon as you answer. It was one of her new safety rules about baby-sitting: Always memorize the address and phone number of your client.

We’ve been getting funny phone calls, too. It’s a good thing you called. What’s your name? Claudia Kishi, I replied. And what’s the address of the house where you’re baby-sitting? Thanks to Kristy, I was armed with that information. I gave her the address. Thank you, MoreLess Show More Show Less.

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Oreavi
My daughter started reading the new graphic novel version of these books, but reached the end of the available books. She doe enjoy the regular books, but not as much as the graphic novels. I think had she started with the regular books she'd be more engaged, but she's missing the colorful pictures and comic like styling.
Swordsong
I am using this book to get my 8 yo daughter onto the Babysitter Club series. She is really into it so far bc she is very artistic like Claudia, and also has a sister.... part of why I picked this one. It's a good mystery too. Not too scary but just enough. Classic book that still seems up to date.
Clodebd
My granddaughter loves the baby sitter club books . Clean reading for a little girl. My daughter read these when she was in the second grade ,and now her daughter is reading them.
Coiriel
Love it was the best book
Amazing it beats my other books
I love it
Awesome
I going to keep reading the book series
playboy
This book jusr inspires me . I am nine years old and love thils book. It was intereating , happy...
When Claudia ,Stacey, Kristy and Marry Ann were scared every time they sat, that was my favorite part.

Sarah Bartels
Mojar
Posted originally on my blog: [...]
Even as a child, this was never one of my favorite books. First of all, despite how “cool” Ann M. Martin tried to make Claudia Kishi seem, she just never even registered as one of my favorites. Perhaps even my seven year old self found it difficult to idolize a twelve year old who didn’t know the difference between a whole number and an even number. Or maybe it was simply because Martin just always tried so hard to make Claudia interesting by describing her outrageous clothing choices and hairstyles.

Second of all, Claudia suffers from the same bitchy affliction that we see Kristy Thomas suffering from in Kristy’s Great Idea. As a student who struggles in school, Claudia is completely frustrated by the prospect of even attempting to do any kind of homework. But the problem lies in her lack of motivation or willingness to even try. At times, she’s downright rude to her older sister. Yes, I’m sure having a genius for a sister is frustrating, but that doesn’t excuse Claudia’s behavior towards her.

In this book, the sitters find themselves worrying about “The Phantom Caller”, a thief who makes ominous calls to residences before sneaking in to steal valuables. Considering how nervous some people get with these kinds of crime reports, it’s realistic that a group of twelve year old girls, who babysit might get overly worried about it. The girls band together to come up with ways to know if someone has entered the house and even devise a code to warn another. Of course, all of this worry and fear leads to them having several babysitting experiences that leave them on edge. In the end, the girls discover the only trouble they have to worry about is boys. More specifically, Claudia’s phantom phone caller turns out to be her crush, Trevor Sandbourne and Kristy’s is the annoying Alan Gray. In their attempt to be more prepared in case of an emergency, Kristy made it possible for Alan to sneak their club record book and get pertinent information about when and where they would be babysitting. The boys used this information to try and work up the courage to ask both girls out to the Halloween Hop.

The thing is, as an adult, I’m not sure I would want these girls babysitting my children. Now I won’t harp on Stacey wanting to turn on MTV to help distract her and Charlotte from the storm raging outside. After all, at the time this book was written, MTV was primarily for music videos. And even Mary Anne’s mistakes with leaving the doors slightly ajar, come more from her being afraid of a potential burglar than her being irresponsible. After all, had she not been setting the “alarms” in the house, the doors would have been securely shut. However, if a sitter ever threatened to knock my child’s lights out, like Kristy does, I can guarantee she would probably wind up in the hospital. Perhaps Martin should have been more thoughtful before having one of her trustworthy and reliable sitters threaten four young children.
Globus
My daughter loves these books. She will reads these books with no fuss.
This review is not for the text of the book itself, but for the Kindle "Classic Edition."

This is NOT the original text from the 1986 print book. It's the text of the 2010 reprint, with its ridiculous modernizations: "The player's broken" instead of "The VCR's broken," and "Mommy and Daddy block channels I'm not old enough to watch" instead of "We don't have cable."

Edit: I've contacted Amazon and the customer service rep agreed with me that this is a mistake and forwarded the issue to the development team; I'm not sure if anything else will happen, though I appreciate not being given the brushoff. For the time being, though, if you are looking for the original (actual) text, you still need to get a print copy from the 1980s or 90s.