• Dawn and the Older Boy

  • The Baby-Sitters Club, Book 37
  • By: Ann M. Martin
  • Narrated by: Stephanie Einstein
  • Length: 2 hrs and 53 mins
  • 4.1 out of 5 stars (21 ratings)

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In this one, Dawn is kind of unlikeable. In the very first chapter, she is dissing a friend for being less good at school then her, and it goes downhill from there. There is nothing likeable about this whole storyline. Dawn is essentially getting groomed by a high school boy, and her mom doesn't even seem bothered, and pretty much says she can see this boy if she gets permission first. I mean, huh? It's also just not in character with many of the girls like the other novels. Mary Anne is pushy about wanting Dawn to date a different boy, and the whole thing is weird.

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The narrator's attempts at a southern accent and an Australian accent are really bad. Other than that she does an okay job. Thankfully only a few parts of the story needed accents.

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relive your childhood memories

The narrators are amazing here as Dawn Schaefer has a crush on an older boy who is friends with Sam Kristy older brother.