Au Pair Girl
Au Pair Girl
Au Pair Girl
Janine Larson is a quiet, responsible kid. But her ditsy friends keep her out past her curfew, and her parents are angry she hasn't found a summer job. They think she spends too much time hanging with her friends and her boyfriend, Dan. Her father arranges for her to spend a month as an au pair girl for Dr. Cargill and his wife; they take their two kids to an island summer vacation home, and Janine goes along. Janine slowly wins the trust of the little boy. She can't get close to his spoiled, snooty sister. But she has bigger problems to worry about, with the rude, unpleasant parents - and the fact that there is something not quite right about the way Dr. Cargill arranges adoptions for "orphan" children. Once the Cargills suspect that Janine knows too much about what is going on, Janine finds that her employers have changed from difficult to deadly . . .

Book Details


  • Juvenile Fiction

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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Janine is not a rowdy unruly teenager, but her friends are, and they make her go to parties, stay out past her curfew and generally make her parents worried about her. So when she stays out past her curfew and pushes her parents over the edge, she is sent to be a nanny for Kenny and Heather.

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