“Good afternoon, Baby-Sitters Club.”

Well before Netflix’s current release and even the 1995 flick staring the decade’s most ubiquitous young actresses, Rachael Leigh Cook and Larisa Oleynik, there was Ann M. Martin‘s anthology. A key part of most ’80s and ’90s kids’ adolescences, the 131-book collection, debuting in 1986, told the tales of a group of resourceful middle school-aged entrepreneurs from the fictional town of Stoneybrook, Connecticut and invokes such nostalgia that even the…

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