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The 50 Best ‘The Baby-Sitters Club’ Books, Ranked

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24. Kristy and the Secret of Susan (#32)

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Kristy babysits a child who is autistic. Susan is going to go to a special school and not apart of the mainstream population with her peers. Her parents of course are nervous about how people deal with Susan. Because they may not know how. It makes sense seeing as how the book came out in 1990, when autism wasn’t something we were talking about openly. Kristy hopes she can convince Susan’s parents to let her stay in Stoneybrook, because she understands how important it is for Susan to be seen like every other kid. And at the end of all this, Susan makes a friend, which is all her parents wanted for her.

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