The Baby-Sitter 3

The Baby Sitter In this sequel to the bestselling Point Thrillers The Baby sitter and The Baby sitter II Jenny the bad luck baby sitter is back visiting her cousin and trying to get away from her haunting past But

  • Title: The Baby-Sitter 3
  • Author: R.L. Stine
  • ISBN: 9780590460996
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this sequel to the bestselling Point Thrillers The Baby sitter and The Baby sitter II, Jenny the bad luck baby sitter is back, visiting her cousin and trying to get away from her haunting past But her cousin is a baby sitter too, and it looks like Jenny has brought the nightmare with her.

    The Babysitter Oct , Directed by McG With Judah Lewis, Samara Weaving, Robbie Amell, Hana Mae Lee The events of one evening take an unexpected turn for the worst The Babysitter Oct , When the babysitter is putting the baby in the crib, as she first stands there holding it, you can clearly see by the stiff limbs that it is a doll The next cut, with the camera looking in past her shoulder, does show a real baby See The Babysitter film The Babysitter Rotten Tomatoes The Babysitter, directed by McG, follows Cole Judah Lewis , who is madly in love with his babysitter Bee Samara Weaving She s cool and awesome in all the ways Cole is not One evening while The Babysitter Netflix Official Site The Babysitter TV MA h m Teen Screams When Cole stays up past his bedtime, he discovers that his hot babysitter is part of a satanic cult that will stop at nothing to keep him quiet Starring Samara Weaving, Hana Mae Lee, Judah Lewis Watch Now on Netflix. The Babysitter Rotten Tomatoes This dark drama presents a non linear account of a perfectly mundane event Having a social engagement, a couple calls for their babysitter She arrives, they go out, her boyfriend comes over, and

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    • R.L. Stine

      Robert Lawrence Stine known as R L Stine and Jovial Bob Stine, is an American novelist and writer, well known for targeting younger audiences Stine, who is often called the Stephen King of children s literature, is the author of dozens of popular horror fiction novellas, including the books in the Goosebumps, Rotten School, Mostly Ghostly, The Nightmare Room and Fear Street series.R L Stine began his writing career when he was nine years old, and today he has achieved the position of the bestselling children s author in history In the early 1990s, Stine was catapulted to fame when he wrote the unprecedented, bestselling Goosebumps series, which sold than 250 million copies and became a worldwide multimedia phenomenon His other major series, Fear Street, has over 80 million copies sold.Stine has received numerous awards of recognition, including several Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards and Disney Adventures Kids Choice Awards, and he has been selected by kids as one of their favorite authors in the NEA s Read Across America program He lives in New York, NYcmillan itsthefirstda

    939 thoughts on “The Baby-Sitter 3

    • repetitive, disoriented and fragile mother or father of the child she is babysitting. child is either extremely smart or odd. creepy phone call. thinks it's a dead guy. Meh do I have to go on?

    • Here we go again. If I was Jenny I don't think I'd ever leave my house again. I wouldn't leave my room. I'd be home schooled, I'd say screw it to jobs, probably be heavily medicated with sleeping pills because really girl Two years after the first book we once again meet up with Jenny as she's once again trying to live a normal life after the events of the first two books. This time she is off for a change of scenery to spend the summer with her aunt and cousin Debra. Then Debra starts getting p [...]

    • i really liked this book if was about how jenny used to be a babysitter and she almost got killed but instead of her getting killed she killed mr.hagene got a job at the dohnut shop at the mall. but she realy wanted to g back to being a babysitter she thought about it for a while thenn decided she was. when she was babysitting she kept hearing things and mr.hagen said he was back from his grave and there was a horse rareing up and jenny thought it was debra. then debra screamed you killed jenny. [...]

    • This story leaves you confused. First of all, The main character Jenny found out that Mr.Hagen was on a spree to kill all babysitters. Unfortunately, she was babysitting his own son. Since Mr. Hagen tried to kill her (and died), she has been getting voices of him saying that he is coming back. To calm her mind, she visits her favorite cousin for summer. To make matters worse, Jenny's cousin, Debra has to baabysit a little baby. Now she has been getting the same calls that Jenny has gotten when s [...]

    • (Re-Read) What a disappointment! Despite the cheesiness from the first two Baby-sitter books, they were still spooky and enjoyable. The third installment of the quartet sees Jenny Jeffers two years after her client tried to throw her off a cliff, two years since the haunting phone calls threatening to find her, two years since Mr. Havers met his demise instead of Jenny. You'd think she'd have enough at this point after her therapist's secretary imitated the dead man and tried to recreate the sce [...]

    • Book 3 in the Babysitter seriesThis one was a little slow, but the ending was great! I must say that I didn't see it coming!In this installment Jenny goes up to visit her cousin, Debra, during the summer to try to escape her nightmares about Mr. Hagen. Debra is a babysitter too and Jenny accompanies her on a couple of her jobs where she is watching a baby, Peter. Jenny gets a summer job at the stables, but once she learns that her boyfriend, Cal, back home has run away her nightmares get worse w [...]

    • Jenny was staying with her cousin upstate because she needed to get away. Her cousin Debra was a babysitter for a bay named Peter. Debra was getting scary phone calls just like the ones Jenny got. One night Peter was gone and so was Jenny. When they finally found them they were all surprised.

    • Luckily this is the last Baby-Sitter book to review - I don't have #4 - because I don't have much to say that I didn't write in the review for the first book. (See book 1 here and book 2 here.)This entry in the miniseries focuses less on Jenny and more on her cousin Debra. Jenny goes to stay with Debra's family for the summer, to recover from the last year. But she's still having nightmares, and she's starting to see Mr Hagen everywhere, even when she's awake. Then Debra - also a babysitter - st [...]

    • This novel sees Jenny from the first two Babysitter novels, as sort of a recovering side character, while her much more vivacious cousin Debra, is the titular protagonist receiving threatening phone calls. Removing so much of Jenny was a huge flaw for me. Jenny was much more compelling, in that she had experienced this happening; she was the one who had the most to feel and lose by it. She also had that normal everyday girl thing going for her, which meant anyone could put themselves in her shoe [...]

    • The name of the book i am reading is called The Baby Sitter 3 by R.L Stine. This book reminds me of another book i've read in the past by Caroline B. Cooney. Both authors have mysterious/suspenseful books and is the reason why i chose this as my independent reading book. The genre of this book is under Mystery which is my favorite genre. i noticed that the author made every chapter seam real and suspenseful@ the same time. Now the main characters in this book are Jenny and Debra and both are cou [...]

    • I chose this book to read because I wanted to read an easy book that I could enjoy. This book called The Babysitter 3, was under the genre mysterious/ suspenseful. I noticed that while I was reading I was wondering about so many things, questions kept on popping through my head because of how real and suspenseful this book can be. I wasn’t able to read the 1st or the second book of the babysitter but this last book was interesting in its own way. It was basically about this babysitter named Je [...]

    • Jenny is still with Cal. Jenny is still having nightmares about Mr Hagen. Mrs. Jeffries decides that despite Jenny getting a job, that a change of scenery would be better for her daughter and sends her to stay with her pretty, popular and loved cousin. It's not until her first night there that Jenny finds out that her cousin Debra babysits. This instantly has Jenny on edge. Debra babysits a little baby boy called Peter. His mother Mrs Wagner goes to college. Guess what happens. After Jenny tells [...]

    • If I ever see "Hi babes, companys coming" again I will seriously vomit in my mouth. I know I will though, because the next part is lying on my floor waiting. I could hardly stand to finish this again. It was awful when I was 13, and nothing has changed in near 20 years. I'm pretty much wishing that Mr. Hagen actually will come back and off Jenny. I seem to find it strange that Jenny is so stuck on Hagen, but doesn't seem to care one scratch about Miss Gunner or whatever that tortured her in part [...]

    • OK I admit, I am 35 and even though they are fairly predictable now, I still love RL Stine's books - well many of them anyway. I used to read them all the time in High School and I was hooked. I loved the suspense and excitement of reading his books and wondering who the 'bad guy' was. I read these b/c I like to remember the excitement I felt the first time I read them. However, I was disappointed in this book - The Babysitter II was good and I was a little surprised at the ending there - a litt [...]

    • Even though I loved this book as a kid I know it isn't a great work of literature. It's so nostalgic though that I couldn't rate it too low since I loved it so much at one time and it made me happy reading it again. I am so happy my mother in law got me a bunch of R.L. Stine YA books. I know it isn't life changing to read them but I want to be able to go back in a point in my life that helped shape my love of reading even more :) So everytime I pick up a R.L. Stine book I am taken back to a much [...]

    • This book was good. It told of a girl who would babysitt for her neibors whenever they had a date or an event to attend to. They had a eight year old son who Jenny attended to. She had no problem with kids but whenever she went over she would tell the boy scary bedtime stories to get him to sleep at night. One of the stories almost came to life because she started to hear noises at night due to something outside. By there just being her in the boy in the house it would scare her often. But when [...]

    • This one was much better than the second book, with a fantastic surprise ending. I unfortunately remembered how it would end about halfway through, but it was still a lot of fun to re-read.(view spoiler)[Although I have to say, if I was Mrs. Wagner I would be beyond pissed that Debra didn't tell me about Maggie's visit the first time. She should have been fired just for that! (hide spoiler)]

    • Yet another middle-school-memories classic! At the end of this book it says "(R.L. Stine) has written more than two dozen thrillers" And here he is past 300 and still churning them out. He does seem to get better with time and experience. Buuut this book came to its climax and conclusion within like, the last 10 pages, so pretty abrupt

    • whats funny is that i acually started this book before i read the first two. i was just so excited about the cover that i wanted to read it so bad. its almost like the first book except this time jenny is being targeted by someone other than the parent of a child looking for revenge. its someone she would never think of, someone who might just make her recovery fall to pieces.

    • Yet again this sequel is far too familar to the original and offers very little new bar the ending. A couple of new characters and the brave ending are the only things to recommend here. If you enjoyed the first two then you will like this one as well just don't expect anything special.

    • I really didn't like reading this book a whole lot. I thought it was predictable and it was sort of slow going. However, some other people might like it more than me if you like a predictable scary story.

    • I fancied delving into some books I enjoyed as a teen, which led me to the babysitter point horror series.I love these books from a nostalgic viewpoint, and as I can whizz through them in about an hour they are really quick and fun re-reads!

    • Babysitter III was a wonderful book.I liked this book because it was a mystery book, and had a great background. The story was unbelievable and when Jenny had told the story about Mr.Hagen I couldn't believe that had happened.

    • I don't write very good easys, but I'll just put it out there for you. The babysitter series by R.L. Stine is marvelous i read the third book in 3 hours!!!

    • I would have rated this book two stars as I did with the last one as it was pretty mediocre except the ending was so good! It makes me wish that I had #4 so I could finish the series off.

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