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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!
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.
Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield have always dreamed about the day they'd go off to college. They had no idea that day would come the summer after sixth grade, when they enroll in a 2-week program at Sweet Valley University! Elizabeth is thrilled to study Romantic poetry. And when she meets Ethan Williams, a totally cute teaching assistant, she has the feeling the class will be even more romantic than she thought. Jessica thinks everything about college life is perfect ... except for Susan, her obnoxious roommate. Jessica wishes Susan would get lost ... and she does. In fact, Susan disappears from SVU completely!
Are the Wakefield twins seeing double? Identical twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield can't believe their eyes. While on a family vacation at the Triple Z Ranch, they meet two perfect guys -- who happen to be thirteen-year-old twins! Elizabeth hits if off immediately with Nick Handel, and his brother Chris, is the boy of Jessica's dreams. At first.<P>After one double date, the girls think that maybe they each picked the wrong twin. They don't want to hurt the boys' feelings, so they pull a secret twin switch. Jessica pretends to be Elizabeth... and Elizabeth pretends to be Jessica. But on their second date, the Wakefield twins begin to wonder... they are each with the right boy now, aren't they? One thing is certain: A twin should know better than to trust a twin.
Baby-sitting blues ... Since they were seven, Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield have wanted a little sister. Now that they're twelve, the twins know they're responsible enough to help out with a new baby, and they're determined to prove it to their parents. The twins get the chance when neighbors go on vacation and leave their five-year-old daughter with the Wakefields. Chrissy's so cute and sweet, Jessica and Elizabeth think it's going to be easy to take care of her. But from the moment Chrissy arrives, it's clear that she's spoiled. Before long the twins begin to wish she would just disappear! When they get their wish and Chrissy does disappear, the twins are faced with their biggest problem yet. They've got to find Chrissy before her parents come back!
Jessica and Elizabeth travel to Paris after being selected as participants in their school's "Bonjour Paris!" program. They spend two weeks living with a French family, but Jessica's joy is threatened when she begins to believe that their hostess, Madame du Noir, is a killer and that she and Elizabeth will be her next victims.
When Jessica wins a free trip to Hawaii, she gets to bring along her friends in the Unicorn club, the prettiest and most popular girls in school. In Hawaii, the Unicorns are in for the vacation -- and adventure -- of their dreams.
Jessica, Elizabeth and their brother Steven receive $100 each from their aunt to spend. Elizabeth buys a camera and a book. Jessica spends all her money on her friends. Steven takes a girl out on a date. They have money to spare. But can money buy love and friends?
When Elizabeth takes Jessica's article out at the last minute, Jessica is furious! Jessica and her fellow Unicorns decide to teach Elizabeth a lesson by starting their own paper, The Unicorn News.
It's not like Larissa hasn't told Anna all about her huge crush on Toby. And it's not like Anna doesn't know exactly how it feels when your friends go behind your back. So all she has to do is ignore how much she likes Toby.
Lacey: "I know my mom -- my real mom -- cares about me. So what if she never writes or calls? She's probably really busy. But it will be so cool having her visit. We can go shopping and talk and ... I don't know ... bond or something. Right?"
Larissa's school work suffers and her friends worry when she becomes obsessed with getting a major role in the school production of West Side Story. So Larissa didn't get the part? Big deal. So she's failing English and math and maybe Spanish -- who cares? She's having fun. She's got a life. School's not the most important thing in the world.
From the minute she arrives at Sweet Valley Middle School, everybody loves Anna Reynolds. She's outgoing and funny -- and almost as boy-crazy as the Unicorns! All of Anna's new friends are especially impressed that she can handle the pressures of school as a hearing-impaired student. The only one who isn't impressed is Cammi Adams. For some reason, Cammi is convinced that Anna won't last long at SVMS. When her prediction starts to come true, Cammi realizes that she may be the only one who can help Anna. But if she does, it will mean revealing a secret she wants to keep hidden forever!
The members of the Unicorn Club are helping a charitable trust by selling their services to classmates for a day, and Jessica Wakefield turns the fund raiser into a huge matchmaking affair.