Boy-Crazy Stacey (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphic Novel #7) by Gale Galligan

Boy-Crazy Stacey (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphic Novel #7)

Stacey and Mary Anne are baby-sitting for the Pike family for two weeks at the New Jersey shore. Things are great in Sea City: There's a gorgeous house right on the beach, a boardwalk, plenty of sun and sand... and the cutest boy Stacey has ever seen!Mary Anne thinks that Stacey should leave Scott alone and focus on the Pike kids, but Stacey's in love. Looking for reasons to hang around his lifeguard stand takes up all of her time, which means Ma...

Details Boy-Crazy Stacey (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphic Novel #7)

TitleBoy-Crazy Stacey (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphic Novel #7)
Release DateSep 3rd, 2019
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Childrens, Middle Grade, Comics

Reviews Boy-Crazy Stacey (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphic Novel #7)

  • Tucker
    Many thanks to Scholastic for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review[9/10/2019] - Wow, for once an ad that's actually relevant to me.*************Cute, charming and classic. I loved this installment in the graphic novel series!| Goodreads | Blog | Twitch | Pinterest | Reddit | Buy
  • Rod Brown
    A so-so story about friendship and summer crushes during a working vacation to the Jersey Shore for two of the babysitters. Mostly, the postcards that served as chapter breaks knocked me out of the story as I thought about how a true adaptation of this story to the modern day would include cell phones and that would radically change large parts of the story as Stacey completely ignored Mary Anne in favor of constantly texting Claudia for advice a...
  • Emily
    Fantastic, fun, WE'RE 13, WE'RE TEENAGERS NOW drama. I enjoyed the pants off it. I actually read Boy-Crazy Stacey, BSC #8, because I've been listening to the Babysitters Club Club podcast and that book was perfectly fine, but this graphic novel winnows the chaff from Boy Crazy Stacey into a more focused, and more realistic, drama about beaches, boys and babysitting. If I remember correctly, in the original novel, Stacey actually goes on dates wit...
  • Ashley
    I read this late at night in sub-optimal lighting, so I don't think I allowed myself to be 100% immersed in this fantastic book. Not that that deterred me from loving this. The art is amazing as always, I love how the postcards were done. I felt like Stacey's crush on Scott could have been expanded on more - for instance, we never got to see her fetching him a soda - but the looks on Mary Anne's face more than made up for that. This was a delight...
  • Rebecca
    A cute, fun summer read. I love these books but miss Reina's art. She drew the first four books in this series, and while Gale Galligan's art style is very nice and expressive, I'm still having trouble getting used to the shift in the style. There is something about Reina's designs that I prefer.
  • Kristin Bateman
    I first read this series in original form when I was a kid, and I'm loving the updates to the series. Obviously things have changed since the 80s, so I love to see the fresh and modern adaptations. An enjoyable trip down memory lane.
  • Lucia Galluzzo
    one of my favoret books
  • Aalia
    It's very interesting I like this book very much
  • Christine
    Boy-Crazy Stacey was one of my favorite books from the original series, so I enjoyed seeing it in graphic novel format. After reading this adaptation as an adult, I feel slightly embarrassed by how much ten-year-old me loved the original book. The plot revolves around Stacey neglecting her babysitting duties because she was in love with a boy she just met. The art style is not my favorite. The exaggerated faces reminded me of anime. I did like th...
  • Diane
    The club members are going their separate ways for the summer - 2 whole weeks apart for the first time since the club's inception. For Mary Anne and Stacey it's actually a working vacation. They are going to help watch the 7 siblings of Mallory Pike (Junior club member) at the family vacation at the beach. Sounds like a dream job. But Stacey gets sidetracked by a cute lifeguard and leaves most of the responsibility to Mary Anne. Will their friend...
  • Kristen G
    Beautifully illustrated and both propulsive and relaxing to read. This was like taking a summer vacation all from the comfort of your couch. Mary Anne and Stacey are clashing because Stacey can’t stop checking out the hot lifeguard while she’s supposed to be babysitting, but her adolescent hormones are clouding up her judgement. We’ve all been there. Gale’s art is fantastic on this book; it’s expressive and funny and just a pleasure to ...
  • Pam
    Here's number 7 in the Baby-sitters Club graphic novel series. The volume was beautifully designed and illustrated but I am so tired of the old "girl falls in love with boy and gives him all the power" theme. Please! Please! Please! can we let young girls know that they don't have to give away themselves in order to be "liked".
  • Sophia Ahumada
    I loved this book! I think it adds a form of maturity to the Babysitters Club series in the Graphix series. I would recommend this book to all kids, even though there is some kissing involved. At the end of the book, it made the Babysitters Club a whole new thing. You can tell all of the characters are definitely growing and changing.
  • Cytrina Ogle
    Very cute summery graphic novel! Stacey and Maryann are going on a family trip as the babysitters. Stacey gets wrapped up with a boy and doesn’t help Maryann. Stacey then sees him kissing another girl and is devastated. She eventually realizes she hasn’t been present with the kids and apologizes to Maryann. She meets another boy and has her first kiss. It’s very cute and sweet and a great novel.
  • Meg
    I love graphic novels and I love The Baby-Sitters Club series so you can imagine my thrill when the 7th in this graphic novel retelling came out! I finished it in one evening and am ready to pass it on to my 8-year-old daughter!
  • Nikki Boisture
    I continue to love the graphic novelizations of the BSC books. Gale Galligan was the PERFECT replacement for Telgemeier a few books ago. The anime eyes are so freaking cute. This was one of the better OG BSC books, and it's probably one of the better graphic novels too. It's just too adorable.
  • Kat Ice
    This is the next installment of the Baby-Sitters club graphic novels! I have loved these books as a kid so being able to read them as graphic novels is great! I love the artistry and it moves so fast! Such an amazing series for all ages!!
  • Denise
    Perfect addition to the BSC graphic novel collection!! My pre-teen was all giddy about the ending (no spoilers). It made her feel more “grown-up!” Great job, Gale Galligan, keeping the spirit of this classic series alive!!
  • Michael Huffam
    Gale galligan does it again bg adapting another great BSC about falling for boys and respecting your friends. It nice to have only two of the girls be the focus and have a reason for it. It helped them develop as characters for the adaptation series.
  • Kate
    This one is super cute!
  • Heather
    So nostalgic and fun
  • Remi Charron
    Good Good book It is a little bit boring but overall it is a good bookI would recommend this book to girl who like romance and drama but nothing extreme
  • Colleen
  • Pamela
    I'm living these graphic novels. The author updates a lot of outdated details while keeping the heart of the story. I can't wait for the next book in this series!