Mary Anne and Too Many Boys (The Baby-Sitters Club Series #34)

Mary Anne and Too Many Boys (The Baby-Sitters Club Series #34)

by Ann M. Martin

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It's Sea City Part II when Mary Anne and Stacey return there as mother's helpers for the Pike family. The sun was setting when Stacey and Mal and I finally rounded up all the beach towels and kids and equipment. Then Stacey and I said good-bye to Alex and Toby.

"That was fun, wasn't it?" I said to Stacey as we plodded through the sand back to the house, Mal at our side, the others in front of us.

"It was fantastic," she said dreamily. "Who ever thought we'd see them again? It's just perfect." She paused. "Do you think they'll ask us out?"

"I don't know. I guess it depends on whether they can get any time off."

Mal looked aghast and I had a feeling she was thinking of Logan. I shook off pangs of guilt.

Stacey stretched out her arms to inspect her tan. "From the look on Toby's face, he'll make the time."

I could feel the heat rising in my cheeks. I blush very easily, as any of my friends will tell you. "I'm not so sure about Alex."

"Ha! Believe me, I am. He was staring at you so hard, I thought his eyes were going to fall out of his head. If I were Logan, I'd be worried right about now."

"Logan has nothing to worry about," I said stiffly, (Mal raised her eyebrows)

Stacey considered what I'd said and then giggled. "Do you mean, what he doesn't know won't hurt him?"

I turned to look at her. "No, I mean Logan doesn't have to worry because I will always be true to him. He's my boyfriend and always will be."

I raised my voice without meaning to, because I was feeling so confused. It was amazing, but I hadn't even thought of Logan until now. I meant what I said about Logan being my boyfriend. How could a visit from Alex change all that? I didn't have an answer. Suddenly nothing was making any sense at all.

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ISBN-13: 9780606044752
Publisher: San Val, Incorporated
Publication date: 04/01/1990
Series: Baby-Sitters Club Series , #34
Product dimensions: 6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

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Mary Anne and Too Many Boys (The Baby-Sitters Club Series #34) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
hey i'm in love with this book, it's sweet and at the same time sad! it's sweet becuz now it's sea city part two and mary-anne and stacey can't wait but they find a HUGE surprise waiting for them there! if you read sea city part one aka ' boy crazy-stacey' you'll know what i'm talking about, and it's way better than the first one!
Guest More than 1 year ago
i haven't read all of the book yet but so far its really good. i love how ann martin shows things that girls go through like you have a boyfriend but you like another guy. it's weird because you know what you have to do but you also know what you want to do. so i think that sometimes what is right isn't always the best thing. ( i haven't finished it yet but i'll be sure)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is very awsome!Buy!This is like the best serrises ever!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
'Mary Ann and Too Many Boys' was a great, funny book. It deals with teenagers,like us, who face difficulties as they go on baby sitting trips. They created a club, Baby-Sitters Club (BSC), to help them. In my book, two baby-sitters go to Sea City with the Pike Family and they both found summer romances. Mary- Ann has a boyfriend back home in Stoneybrooke, Conneticut. But after meeting the new guy ( who she met last time she was there)she starts to wonder. Stacey, on the other hand, doesn't have a boyfriend and woders if she is ready for one. But, Mary- Ann and Stacey aren't the only ones who have a summer romance. One of the little Pikes' kids, who is only 9 years old, gets on crush on the ice cream boy in Sea city, but turns he actually likes Mallory Pike (who is also in the BSC). In the end Mary- Ann ends up with her home boyfriend, Logan. Stacey decides she doesn't need a boyfriend right now and Mallory never seen the ice cream boy again. I Reccomend this book to anyone, any age. It's age appropriate. Remember, don't judge a book by it's cover.