If you grew up in the late 80s or 90s, chances are that you probably have a special place in your heart for The Baby-Sitters Club.
Penned by author Anne M. Martin, the iconic YA novels followed the lives of a group of friends living in Stoneybrook, Connecticut, and sold 176 million copies.
With titles like Dawn and the Older Boy, Stacey's Secret Friend and Jessi's Big Break, the series taught young readers about relationships, dealing with family issues, and provided lessons for overcoming jealousy and coping with competitive situations.
We last heard from the gang in the year 2000, when they graduated from middle school - but now a series of illustrated fake book covers imagines what they might be like as adults.
Created by book designer and illustrator Siobhan Gallagher, The Jaded Quitters Club imagines what life might be like for Kirsty, Mallory, Jessi and friends in 2016 - in a world with social media, smartphones and manbuns.
As it turns out, the girls are struggling with the same issues as many millennials - creating a sassy online persona, finding the perfect light for a selfie, and hiding embarrassing things before guests arrive. Just like us.