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    I always enjoy her books- a dash of mystery, lots of comedy, and the usual chaos barely contained by the "notebook that tells her when to breathe".
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    A quirky & mysterious Meg Langslow book!

    The 9th book in the Meg Langslow series finds Meg babysitting a friend's toddler. When the friend does not return as expected, Meg tries to solve the disappearance. Is there more to the disappearance than meets the eye? Will babysitting help or hinder in any decision of Meg & her husband Michael to start a family? Of course, Meg's zany family is ever present in the story but, in this book it is mainly the immediate family involved and not the whole eclectic crowd. Although there was an undercurrent of humour in the story, I did not find it contained as many laugh out loud moments as in some of the books. The scenes with the toddler were funny & it is obvious that the author understands both the joys & trials of childcare. Although the humour was understated, the mystery in the book was a bit more involved than in previous ones in the series & I appreciated the conclusion.
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    Toddler Troubles

    When Meg agrees to babysit a toddler, she just thinks it will be for a few hours. So when the mother hasn't returned by that night, she begins to try to track her down. Naturally, the trail leads to scandal, and dead body, and laughs. I thought this book was stronger than the last couple in the series. The humor was sharper since it focused on the antics of the toddler, and the mystery was better.
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