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Playing favorites ... Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield are the best dancers in their ballet class. Both girls want to dance the solo in the upcoming recital. Elizabeth hates to compete with her sister, but Jessica doesn't mind at all. She knows she's a better dancer than her twin. The problem is their ballet teacher. No matter what Jessica does, Madame Andre never notices her. But she's always praising Elizabeth. It's not fair and Jessica isn't going to settle for second best just because her twin sister is the teacher's pet.
Determined to earn the bus fare needed to visit their great-aunt, the Wakefield twin take up dog-sitting and are soon torn between reporting an abused dog and remaining silent -- profitably.
He used to get sick of being teased for his perfect, all-American family. But perfect is boring. Turns out, it's a hundred times better than watching his parents split up.
I AM FEARLESS. I AM NOT AFRAID OF PAIN. . . BUT I CAN STILL FEEL IT.
Is there something in the water at SVJH? Bethel walked into school one day and everyone was part of a couple. Now all anybody can talk about is who's going with whom and who passed somebody a note and giggle giggle giggle! It makes her sick. And happy that she'll never be that way!
Jessica Wakefield and some of her friends win a trip to Sacramento to compete in an academic tournament. Salvador's psyched. There's a field trip! Away from school. Away from family. Staying in a hotel with a bunch of kids and only two chaperones. An academic trip? Not if Salvador can help it.
Making waves... For once, identical twins Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield agree on something! Their friend, Mary Giaccio, spends too much time at their house. Mary is a foster child in the Altman family, but she's acting like part of the Wakefield family. If there's one thing Jessica and Elizabeth don't need, it's a third twin! They're desperate to find some way to discourage Mary. Then Jessica overhears a private talk between her parents about Mary's future. Now she knows something that could solve the twins' problem and make Mary happy too. But Elizabeth warns Jessica against spreading her news. Does Jessica have any right to interfere with Mary's life?
Suzy is a sweet and beautiful girl from New York. Everybody seems to just love her. I mean, who wouldn't love her, she's so sweet and nice! Yeah right! The truth is that she pretends to be sweet and nice but she's actually a little witch on the inside.
Jade's father is back in her life and she's not so happy about it. Who does Jade's father think he is? As if he can walk back into Jade's life after how many years and tell her what to do? As if he has a clue who she is.
Bill Chase and DeeDee Gordon have been happy together for a long time. But lately DeeDee has become too dependent on Bill. She wants to do everything and go everywhere with him. Bill feels that he doesn't have any room to breathe and decides it's over between them. Elizabeth doesn't know why DeeDee is acting the way she is, but she knows DeeDee's strange behavior is killing her relationship. Can Elizabeth help DeeDee regain her strength and independence before its too late?
All Jessica wanted was for super cute Damon Ross to notice her. Did he? Of course not. But Ronald Rheece, geek extraordinaire, noticed. And he's been acting like he's her boyfriend -- gross! But nobody actually thinks he is, right? Right.
The Wakefield twins and their friends from Sweet Valley Middle School love babysitting for the Riccolis. Until little Juliana Riccoli starts having horrible nightmares. One night she wakes up crying, saying a monster attacked her. The twins tell her that bad dreams aren't real, but Elizabeth is secretly afraid. If the monster isn't real, why does Juliana have deep scratches in her back?
The twins cannot resist the wonderful toy store when they are out Christmas shopping, but they are accidentally locked in for the night and when strange things start to happen, they realize they are not alone.
Elizabeth has struck it rich! On a special desert survival course, she discovers real gold nuggets and a treasure map. She knows she should forget the map and stick to the trail, but how can she resist the lure of adventure and more gold? Jessica, wanting to be richer than Lila Fowler, leads the group on the treasure hunt. Little does she know that three convicted murderers are right on their heels.... Will the group abandon the temptation of gold? Or will their greed lead them into horrifying danger? Join Elizabeth and Jessica in Book One of this terrifying two-part treasure-hunt miniseries!
How valuable is family time? The Golden Family has been fighting like crazy. Elizabeth, Jessica, and Steven try to stop their parents arguing but it doesn't seem to help. What follows is a tormentous time for the family.
Don't get him wrong. Blue thinks living by the beach is awesome. But that doesn't mean he wants to hang there all the time. After all, school can be pretty cool sometimes. Especially when Elizabeth Wakefield is around.
Trust. It's not really my thing. I can count the people I trust on one hand. On one finger, in fact. So what happens if that one person betrays me?
Elizabeth, Jessica and a classmate celebrate a party for Linda Lloyd, the sixth grade class president, on the president's last day at Sweet Valley Middle School. But Elizabeth and Jessica are interested in the man who helped them at the party.
Jessica thinks the cool thing about having a twin is that you can always count on her to help you out. Especially when your twin is superperfect, ultrasweet, never-gets-mad Elizabeth. But ... Elizabeth doesn't understand why Jessica can't solve her own problems for once. Really, if she didn't love her sister, she might have to strangle her!
MY UNCLE AND MY FATHER. I USED TO BE ABLE TO TELL THEM APART. NOT ANYMORE. BECAUSE THEY'RE BOTH THE SAME. THEY BOTH WANT TO DESTROY ME.
Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield and their brother, Steven, are visiting Wild West Town with grandparents. It's the best trip they've ever taken. On their way back to town, the meanest outlaw Wild West Town has ever seen holds up their carriage.
Family Pride ... When Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield spend Thanksgiving weekend on a Mohave reservation, they discover that not all Native Americans wear headdresses, sleep in tepees, and do rain dances. Water Lily, or Ann, as she likes to be called, certainly doesn't. She hates everything to do with Indian traditions -- especially her grandfather, Gray Eagle. Can the twins make Ann proud of her roots?
My uncle and my father. I used to be able to tell them apart. Not anymore. Because they're both the same. They both want to destroy me.
Against their better judgment ... Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield can't wait until Saturday night. Their friend Aaron Dallas is throwing "the party of the year" at a new teen club called The Hangout.
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