Willing to go to any lengths in order to make their new talk show a success, twin hosts Jessica and Elizabeth expose their closest friend's secrets on the air and have to face the repercussions of the whole class being mad at them.
Jessica thinks she'll have an awful time on her family's fishing trip to Sun Lake. She doesn't want to touch a fish or, even a worm -- but when she finally gives fishing a try, the result is a great surprise for everyone, including Jessica.
There's a new girl in Mrs. Otis's class -- and her name is Jessica! At first Jessica Wakefield thinks it will be fun to share her name with a friend. But soon Jessica realizes that the new girl doesn't want to be friends -- she just wants to be better than the old Jessica at everything. She even tries to steal Jessica's own sister, Elizabeth! Is Sweet Valley Elementary big enough for two Jessicas?
Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield love their babysitter, Molly. And they think her boyfriend, Jack, is cool. But after Molly and Jack have a fight, Molly's no fun anymore. She never wants to play with the twins. All she does is sulk and talk about Jack. Jessica can't take it. Can she come up with a scheme to get Molly and Jack back together?
Babies Are So Cute! Jessica Wakefield loves her neighbors' new baby girl. She and her twin sister, Elizabeth, think it would be wonderful to have a little sister of their own. And when Mrs. Wakefield begins to buy baby clothes and things for a baby's room, the twins wonder if their mother is pregnant! Just in case, Jessica decides to practice being a big sister by baby-sitting newborn Jenny. That's when she finds out that taking care of a baby isn't all fun and games!
Jessica Wakefield has fun pretending to be her twin sister, Elizabeth, one day when Elizabeth is home sick from school. Nobody can tell the difference! Todd Wilkins thinks Jessica is Elizabeth, too. So he invites Jessica, thinking she's Elizabeth, to be in a television movie being filmed at his house. Can Jessica pretend to be her twin for a few more days and be in the movie, or will Elizabeth find out and get angry?
Angela Daley is coming to Sweet Valley Elementary School. One student is chosen to help Mrs. Daley to autograph her books and Elizabeth works hard to write a story for her. Twin sister Jessica does too, but Jessica's story isn't her own.
One afternoon identical twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield are playing outside when they find a cat that has no home. Cats aren't allowed inside the Wakefield house because Mr. Wakefield and Steven have allergies. But more than anything the twins want a cat of their own. They even think of a perfect name for her-Misty. Wouldn't it be OK to keep Misty for just a little while? This is the fifth book in the Sweet Valley Kids series.
Frightening dreams about a monster are keeping Jessica awake all night. The kids at school tease her when they hear she's having bad dreams, and that just makes her nightmares worse! How can Jessica get rid of the monster in her dreams so she can sleep again?
Jessica discovers a message inside a bottle after having a fight with best friend Lila. She finds it floating in the ocean and learns that another girl desperately needs a best friend.
Jessica was stubborn but the fact is, Jessica likes Elizabeth. It was cute how they make up with their friends. Jessica makes the Orchid club with her friends. But Elizabeth doesn't want to belong to the Orchid club.
Grand Canyon Adventure Identical twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield are off on a family trip to the Grand Canyon. They have lots of fun until they find an unexpected canyon treasure a diamond ring. For once the twins can't agree on what to do. Jessica wants to keep the ring. Elizabeth wants to sell it and buy something else with the money. One of the twins has to give in. But which one will it be? Don't miss any of the books in this exciting series!
Identical twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield are excited about their class trip to the zoo. They can't wait to see all the animals, especially the monkeys. But when they get there, the monkey house is closed because a young chimp has escaped! Jessica and Elizabeth, along with their friends Todd and Winston, decide to search for the chimp. But soon they, too, are lost! Will they find the chimp, and will the class find them?
Elizabeth can't wait for her family's first ski vacation, especially since her friend Todd is going, too. But when they arrive, Todd makes friends with a boy named Mark, and soon Elizabeth is left out. When Todd asks her to come with him on a difficult ski trail, she doesn't know what to do, because she promised to stay on the beginner slopes. Will she break her promise and risk the dangerous slope?
Lila Fowler, whose parents are divorcing and whose father is too busy for her, is facing a sad Christmas until she meets Serena, a guardian angel, who understands Lila's problems.
Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield are ready for spine-tingling chills when they go to Lila Fowler's big Halloween party at Hathway Manor. When they arrive, skeletons pop out of trapdoors, witches cackle over their bubbling brew, and candy eyeballs are served as snacks. Is it true that a ghost haunts Hathway Manor? Lila says she doesn't believe in ghosts, but she looks nervous--especially after Elizabeth sees a light flickering in an empty attic window. The light is not one of the planned special effects. Could Hathway Manor really be haunted?
In Lila's Secret, the twins have a "sleep-out" in their backyard.
Everyone in the second grade always teases Lois Waller for acting like a baby. And now Lois really feels like a baby. Ever since her grandmother died, Lois' mother has treated her that way. Mrs. Waller barely lets Lois out of her sight. Then Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield have a sleepover party, and Mrs. Waller won't let Lois go. Lois decides enough is enough! She wants to be part of the fun, so she goes to the party anyway. Will Lois end up in big trouble -- or will Mrs. Waller see that Lois is growing up?
In the words of 7-year-old Elizabeth Wakefield. . . Our class is having an art show. My painting was the best! It had lots of macaroni pasted on it. But now my macaroni is missing! Who ruined my painting? Time to use my noodle. . . and find out!
Elizabeth Wakefield is the star of the Sweet Valley Soccer League. Her good friend Todd Wilkins plays on the team, too. But suddenly the other boys are teasing Todd, saying that Elizabeth is his "girlfriend." Now Todd is being mean to Elizabeth. He says she's not good at sports just because she's a girl! Playing soccer isn't fun anymore, so Elizabeth quits. But without their best player, the soccer team can't win! Can the team get Elizabeth back?
Identical twins Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield can't wait for their cousin Robin to come for a visit. But when Robin arrives, both twins like her so much that they don't want to share her -- even with each other. Soon they're fighting for Robin's attention. Can the three girls ever learn to play together?
STARSTRUCK Jessica Wakefield has thought of the perfect way to make Sweet Valley Elementary School's float the best in the Thanksgiving Day parade! Daisy Benton, Jessica's favorite child star, is coming to Sweet Valley. Jessica knows that if Daisy rides on the float, they'll be the center of attention! But Daisy is always mobbed by her fans. If Jessica can't even get to talk to her face-to-face, how will she ever convince Daisy to be on the float?
In love with her horseback riding lessons and her horse Puddles, Elizabeth Wakefield dreams of competing in horse shows, that is until Puddles throws her and Elizabeth decides to never ride again.
Birthday Party Fun! Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield love being identical twins. They look and dress alike, and they do everything together. Now the twins are about to celebrate their seventh birthday, and they are going to plan their own party. First they invite their whole second-grade class. Then they decide on the food and decorations. Jessica and Elizabeth also buy each other surprise presents. And when they see what they've bought for each other, they get the biggest surprise of all! Many more books about the Sweet Valley Kids are in the Bookshare Collection. For fun reading, read them All!
In the words of 7-year-old Elizabeth Wakefield ... My twin sister Jessica's pen pal from Alaska is coming to visit! We want to make him feel at home. But there's one thing missing: snow! It never snows in Sweet Valley, California. Does it?
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