Ar old Vicki has to take care of a five pound bag of sugar for a week as a school project She likes the seventh grade boy who just moved in across the street and doesn t want him to see it She wants to go to Iowa to help babysit her four year old half sister and she hopes this project will show her mother she s responsible enough to do it There s
Also A Positive Depictiona positive depiction a neighbor with Alzheimer sI m pretty sure if I d read There s also a positive depiction of a neighbor with Alzheimer sI m pretty sure if I d read in fifth #Or Sixth Grade I Would # sixth grade I would really liked it I can see myself naming and dressing my sugar baby though I never would have named her Babe I remember reading this book as a kid as wishing my school would give s sugar babies Vicki and her friend Ellie are trying to flirt with the new seventh grade boy on their block while being responsible for their sugar babies which they re being graded on Vicki has an extra hitch she wants to prove to her mother that she can babysit her younger half sister Things get messed p when boys trump responsibility and Vicki asks her mentally handicapped neighbor to watch her baby I had to read this book for a lit cirlcle in school Only the girls read this book having to do with a 5th grader liking a boy Our Sixth Grade Sugar Babies is about a girl named Vicki and her friends Ellie who like a boy who moved into their neighborhood They don t know his name so they nickname him Thunk Meanwhile Vicki and her class have to do a project where they carry around 5 pound sacks of sugar and pretend they are babies The book is mostly about growing p and learning to be responsabile It goes on to sho. Gs of sugar dressed in baby clothes And if HE sees her carrying around a silly looking sugar baby Vicki is sure she'll die of embarrassmentThen one day the worst happens Vicki has to ditch her baby before her hunky neighbor sees it and the baby.
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W how Vicki may have messed p a few times But Fixed Them And Earned Her ResponsabilityI Now Know How fixed them and earned her responsabilityI now know how feels about the sugar babies because my teacher made s do them It was hard To Lug Them Around Everywhere We Went But I Got lug them around everywhere we went but I got to it and it was kinda fun When a gorgeous seventh grade boy moves across the street Vicki is ecstatic ntil she remembers her latest school assignment For one week Vicki and the rest of her sixth grade class have to pretend they re parents and carry around five pound bags of sugar dressed in baby clothes And if he sees her carrying around a silly looking sugar baby Vicki is sure she ll die of embarrassmentThen one day the worst happens Vicki has to ditch her baby before her hunky neighbor sees it and the baby disappears Now Vicki is frantic What has happened to her poor sugar baby And what will this do to her grade There s only one thing to do and that s to find out where the baby is before an already sticky situation turns into an even bigger mess PLEASE BABYSIT RESPONSIBLY The title states the maximum age of reader interest for this book but it provides an interesting springboard for class discussion on juvenile behavior peer pressure and general schoolage morality An insightful teacher challenges her pupils to carry five pound bags of sugar with appropriate decorations and clothes with them everywhere as an experiment in Responsibility I know for a fact that real teachers do this also though they may substitute flour for sugar Thes Does anyone remember reading this book in 4 5 grade It sed to be one of my favorite. Disappears Now Vicki is frantic What has happened to her poor sugar baby And what will this do to her grade There's only one thing to do and that's to find out where the baby is before an already sticky situation turns into an even bigger mess.