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Babysitter's Club and the Universal Kid Experience

From Audio: Episode 176 – Karen’s Plane Trip

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Worst Bestsellers talks about how they were inspired by Babysitter's Club books to do things that, in real life, were not true.
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Worst Bestsellers talks about how they were inspired by Babysitter's Club books to do things that, in real life, were not true.
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teaches her how to make her own board games, which is handy because she didn't pack monopoly. Uh, so they make board games together. This also was inspirational me. I definitely went through a phase of like inventing board games based on T Oz teachings, which never actually wear that fun, but the act of making them was satisfying. Um, and I mean that's, that's mostly what else? Yeah, it's just kind of uh, some baby chicks, hatch Oshie and to start a vegetable stand where they part, they sit at the end of the driveway and try to sell vegetables and her grandma's like not many people drive by here, but somebody does stop and they sell like four years of corn or something. It's like not very successful and this, I found very relatable because where I grew up, it was so rural, like this map to my experience where like in babysitters club and stuff like that and a lot of other media kids live in towns where like you have a lemonade stand, people walk by and you have neighbors, you start babysitters club with them. And like, and I was like this is not realistic. Children grew up in isolation surrounded surrounded by corn, nearest nearest neighbor is miles away, this is a universal experience. And so this book, I was like, yeah, this is what it's like. We didn't even grew up, I didn't grow up in a working farm, we grew up on an old farmhouse that was surrounded by other working farms. So like we were surrounded by corn fields, like we didn't own any of those fields, we just sort of like we were in other people's fields basically, but you know, it was very rural, but I would also again inspired by this and just you know, by like the lemonade stand idea or whatever.
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