The division of labor in the babysitting club creates tensions - who does the babysitting, when and how much? Until one day a big fight breaks out and the girls vow never to talk to each other again. Mary Ann is lonely. She doesn't have Christy, Claudia and Stacey to lean on. And at home - Dad continues to protect her, and doesn't let her say goodbye to the dolls and baby braids. But then, completely by chance, comes the moment of testing, a moment that requires her to be mature and brave, a moment when Mary Ann will discover new things about herself and her best friends. Raina Telgemeier, an award-winning comic creator, was born and raised in San Francisco until she moved to New York, where she lives today. Her books, including Smile, Sisters, Drama and Ghosts, were enthusiastically received by readers and critics and appeared on bestseller lists in Israel and around the world. The Babysitting Club series by Anne M. Martin, which she adapted into comics, is one of the most successful in the world. More than 671 million copies of the books in the series were printed and inspired an entire generation of readers.