Claudia's Book

Claudia s Book Focusing on Claudia Kishi vice president of the BSC Club the second title in the Baby sitters miniseries Portrait Collection is fully illustrated and filled with snapshots postcards letters and b

  • Title: Claudia's Book
  • Author: Ann M. Martin Nola Thacker
  • ISBN: 9780590484008
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Paperback
  • Focusing on Claudia Kishi, vice president of the BSC Club, the second title in the Baby sitters miniseries Portrait Collection is fully illustrated and filled with snapshots, postcards, letters, and background information.

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    1. this is claudia's version of the lengthy autobiography that each stoneybrook middle school eighth grader has to write. she subtitles it "an artist's life". it opens with some pretty dull recollections from janine about the day claudia was brought home from the hospital after being born. janine was three & a half then & was eating alphabet soup for lunch. mimi was trying to each her how to spell "claudia" with her alphabet noodles. then mr. & mrs. kishi arrived home with baby claudia [...]

    2. The Portrait Collection is a series of the Baby-sitters Club girls' school-assigned "autobiographies," which take the form of 2- to 3-chapter short stories about their childhoods. I'll summarize and review each story individually.Age 6: Claudia is excited about her circus-themed birthday party, but she has a July birthday, and none of the kids from her class remember to come except Kristy and Mary Anne. She’s too sad to continue the party, but a few hours later Mimi brings her to the Spiers’ [...]

    3. This is by far one of my favorite books in the Portrait Collection! I think because we actually learned a few new things about Claudia there note-worthy, like her stint at the alternative school and her bout with depression (even though it's never actually called that by name). I also really appreciated the story of her spending time with Kristy! That was unexpected and nice to see, even during my adult re-read!

    4. I've always hated Claudia. she seemed materialistic and selfcentered, perhaps a bit like mallory keaton. This book, however, displayed her almost as a different person. I've grown to semi-like her, although she will never be my favorite.

    5. I really liked reading this because Claudia is my favourite babysitter's club character and I got to learn about her childhood in this book.

    6. Adding this just to maintain the integrity of my list I have a bunch of these books at home and I read it in an hour one night when I couldn't sleep. Don't judge me!

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