The Series Formerly Known As California Diaries

Remember California Diaries, the spin-off to the Baby-Sitters Club? Neither do I…

Basically Dawn, after years of coast hopping from closed-minded Stoneybrook, CT to the lavish beachside Palo City, CA,  leaves the BSC for good (except for the occasional visit) and goes back to the We ❤ Kids Club only to discover that life got in the way and it disbanded. Life sure does get in the way and Dawn and her friends are very annoying about it. So I took it into my consideration to rebrand the California Diaries series into The Real Teenagers of Palo City. Here are the first 5 books:

Dawn

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3 responses to this post.

  1. That is so Ducky!

    I never thought he was weird when I was 12 but a sixteen year old who basically hangs with 13 year old girls? Hmmm…yeah, a little odd!

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  2. Posted by Angel on August 25, 2009 at 12:13 pm

    Thanks!

    I am going to consider that about Ducky when I do the next 5 books.

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  3. Posted by Evie on June 4, 2010 at 8:54 am

    lol. i just realized that when i did read the first book about Dawn in california diaries, i was in fact left feeling really depressed… and I was only 9!! I was used to the happy sunny stoneybrook stories from BSC, then i read this book and i was like..whoaa..maybe life isn’t all cherries and roses. Plus the bluishness of the cover doesn’t help that either. This should have been a prequel to the OC tho, the first episode of the OC was in fact really good…i don’t know what happened after that.

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