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Jessi's Secret Language (The Baby-sitters Club Graphic Novel #12): A Graphix Book (Adapted edition)

by (author) Ann M. Martin

illustrated by Chan Chau

Publisher
Scholastic Inc
Initial publish date
Sep 2022
Category
General, Friendship, General, Adolescence, General, Siblings
  • eBook

    ISBN
    9780545521475
    Publish Date
    Sep 2022
    List Price
    $14.99

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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels

  • Age: 8 to 12
  • Grade: 3 to 7

Description

A brand-new Baby-sitters Club graphic novel adapted by Eisner-nominated artist Chan Chau!

 

Jessi recently moved to Stoneybrook and is one of the newest members of The Baby-sitters Club. She's getting ready to start regularly sitting for the BSC's newest charge, Matt Braddock. Matt has been Deaf since birth and uses sign language to communicate, so Jessi has to use it, too. It's a secret language!

Soon all the neighborhood kids want to learn how to sign, which keeps the BSC busy. Jessi's the busiest of all -- she's preparing for her dance school's big show, plus working on another secret, just for Matt. Will Jessi be able to keep the secret and pull off her performance?

About the authors

 

GORDON KORMAN is the beloved author of over one hundred novels for young readers, including hilarious middle-grade classics such as the Macdonald Hall series, I Want to Go Home and Slacker. Born in Montreal, Quebec, Gordon grew up in Thornhill, Ontario, and now lives in New York with his family. Visit him online at www.gordonkorman.com.

 

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Editorial Reviews

Praise for The Baby-sitters Club graphic novels:

"Crisp and spot on." -- Booklist

"Unique and original." -- Voice of Youth Advocates

The 39 Clues remains...-A NEW YORK TIMES Bestselling Children's Book Series-A USA TODAY Bestseller-A WALL STREET JOURNAL Bestseller-A PUBLISHERS WEEKLY Bestseller-An INDIE BOUND Bestseller

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