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Just found this old photo. . . Mom looks beautiful, seated at her piano. Dad's got his arms around her. Oliver does too. They look so happy. So normal. IF EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY, THEN HOW DID SHE END UP SO DEAD?
Jessica has sworn off love, and she's throwing all her passion into classes. No one is surprised when Professor Miles asks her to stay after class. Elizabeth is trying to help Todd Wilkins regain his starting position on the basketball team.
Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield feel special because they're identical twins. For twelve years they've dressed alike, shared a room, and done everything together. But when they start Sweet Valley Middle School, everything begins to change. Elizabeth wants to work on the class newspaper, but Jessica doesn't. Jessica would rather join the Unicorns, a snobby all-girls club. Even though Elizabeth isn't interested in the same things as her twin, she tries to tag along. But is she losing her best friend?
Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield's parents want them to help them serve Thanksgiving dinner at a shelter for the homeless, but their friend Suzie Nichols tells them it's a horrible place. How does Suzie know so much about the shelter? Is there something she's not telling the twins?
How do you explain color to the blind? Music to the deaf? Pain to the unfeeling? You can't. That's why I'll never understand fear... No matter how much my survival depends on it.
Margo makes her move... Margo is making herself right at home in Sweet Valley, setting her evil scheme in motion. She's gotten a job at the day-care center, and is busy perfecting her imitation of identical twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield. She's even fooled Todd Wilkins and Mrs. Wakefield into thinking she's Elizabeth. Now it's only a matter of time before Margo takes over Elizabeth's perfect life for good. Meanwhile, Winston Egbert was baby-sitting for a neighbor. Now the neighbor has disappeared. What's Winston going to do with a baby? Book Five in this explosive six-part miniseries... Sweet Valley will never be the same!
Steven Wakefield can't believe it: Jill Hale wants to go out with him! He knows that his girlfriend, Cathy Connors, will be heartbroken, but a guy's got to play the field. He once had a crush on Jill and going out with her would be a dream come true.
Jessica and Elizabeth usually find their older brother annoying, but now they feel sorry for him. Steven's been in a daze because he's in love with Jill Hale, but she likes his best friend. It looks like he's going to be lovesick forever, so the twins decide to help him get over Jill by fixing him up with another girl.
Girls, boys, and ghosts ... Identical twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield can't believe they're finally at sleep-away camp. Even though there are no boys, and Elizabeth's friend Grace had to cancel her plans to go at the last minute, it may be two whole weeks of fun, fun, fun! The twins waste no time diving into their favorite activities. Jessica begins to arrange a rendezvous with the boys' camp across the lake. Elizabeth spends much of her time horseback riding and making new friends. But the real excitement starts when Grace turns up in the most unexpected place. Should the twins take a chance and hide Grace? If they do and they're caught, camp may just turn out to be the worst two weeks of their lives!
While Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield are on vacation in Mexico, twins Jessica and Elizabeth and their older brother Steven make elaborate plans to throw the greatest party of the year! But first they must get rid of May, the world's meanest babysitter.
Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield can't wait to build and race their own cars in the upcoming soapbox derby. Ken Matthews keeps bragging about how great his car is, and the twins are determined to beat him. They know they can do it if they work together -- but they have a big fight right before the race. Can the twins make up in time to win? Don't miss any of the books in this exciting series!
I'm suppposed to be a genius. I'm supposed to be able to see things other people can't. It's kind of ironic. Because I can't see the truth. Even when it's right in front of me.
Gaia is again forced to choose between her father and her uncle. Having been injected with a serum by her uncle, Loki, Gaia is experiencing a whole new range of emotions... but being unfamiliar with certain feelings, she's not sure which is fear. Heather jumps at the opportunity to be like Gaia and agrees to a new experimental protocol that would suppress the fear gene. Meanwhile relationships and alliances are shifting as Heather contemplates whether or not she can trust Josh. And Gaia begins to suspect that there's a lot more to Tatiana's mother than meets the eye. And a startling revelation from Loki leaves her wondering whether she even knows who her father really is...
Winston Egbert is a shy sixth grader at Sweet Valley Middle School whose ears turn red when he's embarrassed. But Winston is determined to come out of his shell. To win the heart of a Unicorn Club member, he tries out for the cheering squad -- and the Unicorns don't like it -- at all.
Steven is being really bossy, but the twins have no one to blame other than themselves... After all they're the ones that made a bet that if he won at the Science Fair then they'd do all his chores for a week! Steve wins at the Fair, fair and square and now they have to do his chores. Then they come up with a brilliant plan... The twins and Steven are each making a birthday cake for their father and if Jessica and Elizabeth's cake tastes better, the first bet would be off, and if not, then they would have to continue doing chores for Steven...
You shouldn't date your best friend -- even if you really want to. Right? Kristin has had a crush on Brian Rainey since about ... forever. Of course, she would totally die if he ever found out. Brian just thinks of her as a friend. That's why it's so cool that Mike asked her out. Now she has someone else to crush on -- and she gets to stay friends with Brian. Perfect. Brian thinks Kristin is so sweet and smart. So he doesn't get it. Why do the coolest girls always go for the jerkiest guys?
Jeremy is as wonderful as anyone she's ever known. So why can't Jessica get Will Simmons out of her thoughts? Jessica Wakefield finally found him. Jeremy. The one who loves her for who she is. The one who helps her forget. Forget what? Forget Will Simmons... The one who never bothered to know her at all.
Playing favorites... All the girls in Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield's sixth-grade class are about to explode! Mr. Davis, their new teacher, is giving all the good assignments to the boys and treating the girls as if they were less than human. And now, the boys are even beginning to think that they really are better than the girls! Something definitely has to be done. Led by Elizabeth and Jessica, the girls come up with a surefire plan to teach the teacher and all the boys a lesson they will never forget!
Beaches, bikinis ... and betrayal. Jessica Wakefield finally has Ryan Taylor all to herself. He's wild, daring, spontaneous--everything Jessica wants in a boyfriend. He's also the guy who broke her sister's heart. Elizabeth Wakefield's summer can't get any worse, now that Ryan has left her for Jessica. But Elizabeth knows Ryan is spinning out of control, and he could be putting Jessica in danger. Can Elizabeth ignore her jealousy long enough to save them both? Wendy Paloma wants to leave her superstar husband, Pedro, but her friend Winston Egbert knows they belong together. When Winston and Pedro team up to win Wendy back, is their plan too crazy to work...or just crazy enough?
Tia can do this. She should say good-bye to Angel, the love of her life. She should say, "See ya later! Have fun at college. Don't forget me!" But it would be so much easier to say, "Stay." And maybe he would. Maybe he'd give up everything for her.... But is that what she really wants?
Billie and Steven are having a baby! But Steven's joy quickly turns to misery when Billie tells him that marriage is not the only option. Will this mean the end of Billie and Steven? Jessica is happy owning her own clothing business -- until her partner, Val, and her scheming ex-husband disappear with all the company's borrowed money. How will Jessica handle this one?
When her former boyfriend, Todd Wilkens, returns to Sweet Valley, Elizabeth must make a difficult choice between Todd and her new love, Jeffrey French. They say to keep your friends close and your enemies even closer ...
An all-new mom...Brooke Dennis's dream has come true. Her mother, who has been living in Paris, is moving back to Sweet Valley. When she returns, Brooke's mother has a new family-and a new career. It turns out that she is Coco, the incredible new rock singer all of Sweet Valley is talking about! When Brooke finds out that her mom is the cool new singer, she's ecstatic-until she learns that she must keep her mother's identity a secret. Coco's agent thinks that if the public finds out that Coco has a family, it will ruin her image. How is Brooke going to keep something so fabulous a secret especially when all of her friends are going Coco crazy?
A Grand Prize ... The license plates on Bruce Patman's Porsche read 1BRUCE1, and that's exactly how he thinks of himself--as Number One. Handsome and arrogant, Bruce is used to getting everything he wants. Bruce's cousin Roger, who lives with the Patman family, is nothing like Bruce. The boys have only one thing in common--their grandfather, who is one of the richest men in California. A shrewd, hardworking businessman, Mr. Patman decides to set up a contest between Bruce and Roger. The winner will inherit the grandfather's entire estate. The war is on-and Bruce will do anything to win!