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While reading a book about old New Orleans, Jessica Wakefield learns all about voodoo and decides to try it out herself. She knows exactly who she'll make a voodoo doll of -- her brother, Steven, of course.
Urged by her ex-beau, Todd, to date other people, Elizabeth Wakefield accepts a date with handsome Kris Lynch, a cartoonist for The Oracle, but when she tells Kris she wants to return to Todd, her trouble begins.
Life is not going well for Mary Wallace, the twins' friend. Her mother is getting remarried, and Mary is anxious. Mary worries what her friends will think of her new stepfather, so she makes up lies about him to impress them. But the lies start to unravel, and when her friends decide to surprise her, Mary regrets it.
The end of the road... A $5,000 scholarship is just a mission away, but Elizabeth Wakefield would rather win Sam Burgess's love. Impossible--since Sam's girlfriend is waiting for him at the finish line. Well, Elizabeth hasn't come this far for nothing. She's going to show Sam how strong she really is... even if it kills her. The final straw? Jessica Wakefield has had it! Her team does nothing but argue, she hasn't hooked up with anyone, and her final mission involves facing one of her biggest fears. Will she abandon her team at the last minute? Tom Watts and Todd Wilkins--best buddies? Absolutely! Angered by Sam's treatment of Elizabeth, they're ready to fight for her--unless they wind up fighting over her instead!
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?
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!
Elizabeth Wakefield has lost her summer love. Can she make head lifeguard Ryan Taylor hers again before the summer is over? Nina Harper is determined to get even! Convinced that her new boyfriend Paul Jackson is a spy for the rival beach, Nina creates the ultimate test to prove his guilt. Winston Egbert is one persistent guy. No one wants to be a lifeguard more than he does--but no one's less qualified. Can Winston make a miraculous rescue and show everyone he's not a beach blanket bozo?
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?
The Park Project ... Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield love parks, plants, and anything green. So when they hear about the plan to clean up an empty city lot and turn it into a public garden, they're happy to help. Then they learn that Mr. Patman, a rich businessman, wants to build a parking garage on the lot. Only one person can change Mr. Patman's mind -- his snobby son Bruce. Can Elizabeth and Jessica win Bruce over to their side? Or will Mr. Patman build a garage over the new garden?
BOO! It's almost Halloween, and identical twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield have two great costumes to choose from: a witch outfit and a princess dress. Both girls want to be the princess. This becomes a problem. And the result is a Halloween full of surprises!
When Patrick Morris's parents forbid him to do anything other than school work, he thinks they are ruining his life and decides to run away. Will Patrick's parents find him before he gets into serious trouble?
TAKING SIDES. A matchmaking duel... Jeffrey French has been at Sweet Valley High for only one week, and already he's made quite an impression-- especially with the girls. Enid Rollins has a crush on the rugged junior, but just as she's about to claim Jeffrey for her own, Lila Fowler declares that Jeffrey is just the boy for her. Elizabeth Wakefield isn't about to let Lila steal Jeffrey from her best friend. And when Jessica, Elizabeth's twin, finds out her sister is helping Enid, she vows to do whatever she can to help Lila. Jessica's not going to stand for Jeffrey ending up with Enid, and she's certainly not going to let herself be outwitted by her own twin!
Is Jonathan a dream guy . . . or a monster? When Jonathan Cain moves to Sweet Valley, Jessica Wakefield feels an attraction so strong it's almost supernatural. Jonathan is interesting, intelligent, and gorgeous in a dark, brooding sort of way--no wonder SVH students are following him around! But Jonathan won't even meet Jessica's eyes. Will Jessica find a way to capture this mystery man's heart . . . or has she lost her touch? Elizabeth Wakefield doesn't trust Jonathan for a single minute. She can't believe her friends--and her twin sister--are so taken with such an arrogant guy. And when a body, drained of blood, is discovered behind the Dairi Burger, Elizabeth's mistrust explodes into a fear. Jonathan might be far more dangerous than she ever imagined.
Elizabeth Wakefield is surprised and worried when her friend, the pretty, talented Olivia Davidson, develops a crush on the handsome new art teacher. Olivia's friends think she is a little too obsessed with him, but she is convinced that he likes her back and that it's destiny for them.
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?