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Go Behind the Scenes with the Narrators of The Baby-Sitters Club

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What listeners say about Little Miss Stoneybrook...and Dawn

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Relive your childhood

Dawn deals with a lot of issues in this book. Her brother Jeff moves back to California. Dawn gets jealous. please listen to this book.

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She's beauty and she's grace...

I really liked this story. Showed the good and bad sides of competition. Also addressed the ugly side of child beauty pagent, that they can often be rigged.

The subplot was good too. Dawn's brother wanted to be with his father in California and that was effecting his behavior in school. The family dynamic resulting from divorce was sad and an important one to show.

I liked the overall lesson that Dawn's mother gave her about the beauty pagent, that the best things in life are tough, if they weren't we wouldn't appreciate them much.

5 out of 5 Tiaras.

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Reader should try to sing the songs in the book.

I love these books. This story should be cute and hilarious about little girls who want to be in a pageant. A reader should paint that picture. When the characters are supposed to be singing the reader chants in a monotone. If you're going to read a book that people pay to hear, you should at least learn to sing the songs that are in the book, like Cherry Jones (Little House Books reader). Overall I found the reader's tone monotonous.

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Alas...

Well, at least we got this far into the audiobook series without a total dud of a performance. But here it (inevitably, I guess) is. I kept checking to see if I accidentally had it on half-speed playback. The dead recitation of "songs" made me physically cringe every time. I really hope this isn't the start of a trend downwards in the narration quality of the rest of the series.

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And, cue, egos

Not a bad story, not one of her best though. Poor Dawn, her brother leaving the family for his dad in California. Narration is alright, not a bad job all around.