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Everyone has a bad day once in a while-- but no one can top Karen's worst day ever. Everyone has a bad day once in a while-- but no one can top Karen's worst day ever.


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Everyone has a bad day once in a while-- but no one can top Karen's worst day ever. Everyone has a bad day once in a while-- but no one can top Karen's worst day ever.

30 review for Karen's Worst Day

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sally

    The BSC version of Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. I think they may have even referenced it? I quite enjoyed this one. It's always fun when things go wrong! (Especially when they go wrong for Karen.) The BSC version of Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. I think they may have even referenced it? I quite enjoyed this one. It's always fun when things go wrong! (Especially when they go wrong for Karen.)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay

    It's odd that this is the worst day, and not the one where she, y'know, BROKE HER ARM. It's odd that this is the worst day, and not the one where she, y'know, BROKE HER ARM.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Alexandra

    Karen has set a new record for bad things happening to her in one day. 14 things. A few of them are: forgetting her favorite jeans at her mother's house, having a hard time getting her dad's cat out of a tree, and getting into a tiff with her big sister Kristy because Kristy let her win at checkers. It's so odd to think that when we were kids, we let little things like those completely ruin our day. Karen has set a new record for bad things happening to her in one day. 14 things. A few of them are: forgetting her favorite jeans at her mother's house, having a hard time getting her dad's cat out of a tree, and getting into a tiff with her big sister Kristy because Kristy let her win at checkers. It's so odd to think that when we were kids, we let little things like those completely ruin our day.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Teresa Granado-Law

    TV watching was Mr. Ed and the Muppet Babies. Also a quote "I ran over to the TV so I could switch the channel." (haha, the good ol days when you had to turn the TV knobs). Also mentioned "prizes" in cereal. I had forgotten about that! We'd always search for prizes when I was a kid. Do they do that anymore? TV watching was Mr. Ed and the Muppet Babies. Also a quote "I ran over to the TV so I could switch the channel." (haha, the good ol days when you had to turn the TV knobs). Also mentioned "prizes" in cereal. I had forgotten about that! We'd always search for prizes when I was a kid. Do they do that anymore?

  5. 4 out of 5

    Miri

    Karen is having the worst day of her life, she didn't get a prize in her cereal, the pets won't play with her, the ice cream truck was out of the ice cream she wanted, she got in a fight with Kristy and Hannie and Andre got a prize in the mail, but she didn't, will this day ever get better? Karen is having the worst day of her life, she didn't get a prize in her cereal, the pets won't play with her, the ice cream truck was out of the ice cream she wanted, she got in a fight with Kristy and Hannie and Andre got a prize in the mail, but she didn't, will this day ever get better?

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jackie Brown

    What young girl did not love the Baby-Sitters Club and Karen, the Baby-Sitters Little Sister?

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    In which Karen still has a broken wrist from book #2 (wow, continuity!).

  8. 4 out of 5

    Leigh

    Good lord I hate Karen Brewer. She is the most spoiled entitled brat ever and the fact that everyone enables her or shrugs off her awful behaviour as being just Karen or having a wild imagination is why I'm convinced that had she not been fictional she would've become a serial killer. We have seen real life examples of Karen Brewer and let's say they all grew up to be professional victims where nothing is ever their fault and everyone is against them. If not a serial killer Karen would grow up t Good lord I hate Karen Brewer. She is the most spoiled entitled brat ever and the fact that everyone enables her or shrugs off her awful behaviour as being just Karen or having a wild imagination is why I'm convinced that had she not been fictional she would've become a serial killer. We have seen real life examples of Karen Brewer and let's say they all grew up to be professional victims where nothing is ever their fault and everyone is against them. If not a serial killer Karen would grow up to be an actual "Karen". In this book Karen has a bad day and takes it out on those around her. She falls out of bed after a bad dream, she doesn't get a prize in the cereal box (remember those I miss those days) her favourite ice cream is sold out on the ice cream truck, the mailman had the audacity to call in sick or take a vacation, Moosie has a rip, Andrew gets a present of VHS movies (lord I'm old for remembering all this) and she pitches a fit screaming at him even though Andrew truly is the sweetest boy, she forces poor Shannon who's having a relaxing nap to play with her but she chooses David Michael over her cause animals are intelligent creatures. Her friend Hannie wants to go for a bike ride and she throws a tantrum at her for being so selfish. She yells at Kristy for letting her win at checkers then yells again when Ktisty wins. I'm not an advocate for spanking by any means, but Karen needs one. Then she's punished for yelling at her poor sweet brother and screams out the nobody loves me song until her dad let's her out of punishment. Again enabling. My parents would've dug their heels in. Then she gets taken out for ice cream and rewarded basically for being a brat because they want her to have a good day instead. The only decent thing she did was eventually apologize to all those she pitched fits at so that's something. At least these books are short. Any longer and I might've destroyed my kindle by throwing it out a window in frustrating.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    Recently my 7 year old daughter has gotten into reading the Baby-sitter's Club and Baby-sitters Little Sister Graphic novel series. When we came across this chapter book inside one of those little libraries, I told her she had to read this book first before she could read the graphic novel version of it. She read the whole book aloud to me in two sittings. We had many laughs about how dramatic Karen was about everything. As an adult, I got a kick out of reading about things that I remember from Recently my 7 year old daughter has gotten into reading the Baby-sitter's Club and Baby-sitters Little Sister Graphic novel series. When we came across this chapter book inside one of those little libraries, I told her she had to read this book first before she could read the graphic novel version of it. She read the whole book aloud to me in two sittings. We had many laughs about how dramatic Karen was about everything. As an adult, I got a kick out of reading about things that I remember from my childhood such as the Mr. Ed show, Muppet Babies, or looking for toys in cereal boxes. I liked that Karen apologized to people at the end of the book. As a kid I read pretty much every book of the original Baby-sitters Club series, but don't really remember reading any of the Little Sister series. I think they came out just as I was getting too old for the original series. This was a fun book to go down memory lane with and a perfect way to help introduce my daughter to the characters in the BSC series with a character who is more her age than the characters from the original series.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Raine Villanueva

    Karen Brewer has experiencing a lot of bad luck coming to her on a Saturday - her bad dream, falling out of bed afterwards, her newly bought jeans is missing, she didn't get a prize from a cereal box, her favorite TV show didn't air, the pets won't play with her, her favorite stuffed cat got ripped, she gets an argument with her siblings and her best friend, her favorite mailman is gone, and she didn't get an ice cream that she wants! She's also sent to her room for a punishment! Will Karen get Karen Brewer has experiencing a lot of bad luck coming to her on a Saturday - her bad dream, falling out of bed afterwards, her newly bought jeans is missing, she didn't get a prize from a cereal box, her favorite TV show didn't air, the pets won't play with her, her favorite stuffed cat got ripped, she gets an argument with her siblings and her best friend, her favorite mailman is gone, and she didn't get an ice cream that she wants! She's also sent to her room for a punishment! Will Karen get her good luck before the day ends? This 4-star book is recommended for 1st-2nd grade kids who enjoyed reading early chapter books and trying an old literary book.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sayo

    When you were too old for childrens books, but too young for The Baby Sitters Club. Ann M. Martin really is a genius to piggy back on the success of The Baby Sitters Club. After reading the little sisters series I remember feeling like a real adult opening up that first BSC book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Brandy Sharpe

    Me: I'll never touch a Baby-Sitters Little Sister book again. One book later: Picks up another Baby-Sitters Little Sister book and reads it. This one wasn't as bad as the first one I read. It was much more readable. Me: I'll never touch a Baby-Sitters Little Sister book again. One book later: Picks up another Baby-Sitters Little Sister book and reads it. This one wasn't as bad as the first one I read. It was much more readable.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Joy

    I just don't like Karen and I probably never will. I just don't like Karen and I probably never will.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    I've been re-reading this series to get accurate ratings(don't make fun), and this book is better than I remember it being. Yes, Karen is a brat throughout the whole thing, as usual, but this time she has a little bit of an excuse. The things that happen wouldn't make an adult as upset, but she's only six, so of course she's going to be more effected by her TV show not being on, or missing the prize in the cereal box. The unusual thing about this book, though, was that Karen actually apologized I've been re-reading this series to get accurate ratings(don't make fun), and this book is better than I remember it being. Yes, Karen is a brat throughout the whole thing, as usual, but this time she has a little bit of an excuse. The things that happen wouldn't make an adult as upset, but she's only six, so of course she's going to be more effected by her TV show not being on, or missing the prize in the cereal box. The unusual thing about this book, though, was that Karen actually apologized to the people she was a jerk to, and even without any prompting from her parents!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Valerie

    The BSC changed my life in the 5th and 6th grade. My friends and I would coordinate so that we could read all of the books. I remember writing to Ann M. Martin to get her autograph. I thought it was amazing that she actually responded to me! I loved that Kristi's little sister got her own spin off series! I had the first four and I would read those over and over. :) The BSC changed my life in the 5th and 6th grade. My friends and I would coordinate so that we could read all of the books. I remember writing to Ann M. Martin to get her autograph. I thought it was amazing that she actually responded to me! I loved that Kristi's little sister got her own spin off series! I had the first four and I would read those over and over. :)

  16. 4 out of 5

    jacky

    I loved these books. I wanted to read Baby-Sitters Club because my sister did, but my mother wouldn't let me because they were too old for me. I only read a few of them though before I was old enough to move on to the Baby-Sitters Club. I loved these books. I wanted to read Baby-Sitters Club because my sister did, but my mother wouldn't let me because they were too old for me. I only read a few of them though before I was old enough to move on to the Baby-Sitters Club.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

    I thought this book was sad, because everytime Karen tried to do something it made her day get worse. I liked the part when her step-mother gave her the idea of pretending to wake up and start a new day on the same day; it seemed to make the rest of her day go better.

  18. 4 out of 5

    christina

    read for S.S.R. time in 5th grade, I was a baby sitter's club fiend! read for S.S.R. time in 5th grade, I was a baby sitter's club fiend!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tara Calaby

    I was way too old for these books by the time I was reading them, and never really a fan of Karen, so I was not their target audience.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Childhood nostalgia, except as an adult Karen comes off as an extra large brat.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Melenia

    Loved these books as a child

  22. 4 out of 5

    Momsgirls

    I enjoyed this book it showed how sometimes you can have a bad day but it can turn out as a good day.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Meenakshi Jakhar

    I thought yeah it will be a nice book, but when I read the book: I liked it so much! I really am enjoying this book!!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Candice

    These books are probably better than three stars for kids. However, it has been a loooong time since I read them last.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Deborah Harris

    AR Quiz No. 9450 EN Fiction Accelerated Reader Quiz Information IL: MG - BL: 2.7 - AR Pts: 1.0 Accelerated Reader Quiz Type Information AR Quiz Types: RP, VP

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Barfield

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. i recommend it for people for people 7 to 14 the series is good but 7 to 8 might be scared of the first one there is a lot of books in the series.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Maeve

    Karen is having a truly terrible day where nothing goes right.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Stefanie

  29. 4 out of 5

    Laura Crawford

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

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