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Review of <i>No Babysitters Allowed</i> by Amber Stewart

Title

Review of No Babysitters Allowed by Amber Stewart

ISBN

9781599901541

Publication Date

2008

Publisher

Bloomsbury Children's Books

City

New York

Disciplines

Library and Information Science | Modern Literature

Keywords

Children's literature, reviews

Review

Hopscotch is a very brave bunny until his parents are going out for the evening and he has a babysitter. Even though his parents reassure him before they leave, Hopscotch resists the efforts of the babysitter to cheer him up. He hides from the babysitter and gets bored until she reads a book all wrong. Hopscotch comes to the rescue and helps the babysitter to have a good time before bedtime. When his parents return, Hopscotch tells them that the babysitter can come over again. This story clearly demonstrates the theme of not being afraid of babysitters. The story was interesting and engaging. The illustrations were well drawn and very colorful. Recommended. Reviewed by Kathryn I. Krizo, Centennial Library Intern

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