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Elizabeth knows they're plotting something. It's so obvious. Jessica barely even talked to Salvador before, and now she calls him all the time. To discuss Elizabeth's love life! I know they're jealous, but I wish they'd give it up. Because I really really like this guy.
The Unicorn Club is throwing the best Halloween party ever! Lila's dad has lent the girls a rundown shack in the woods -- a perfectly spooky place for the party. As they are fixing up the shack, Ellen discovers a human skull; Jessica gets lost in a cave full of bats; and Kala, a mysterious girl, appears out of nowhere to relay ghostly warnings.
Everyone at Sweet Valley Middle School has always said the Mercandy mansion is haunted. Strange lights flicker in the windows at night, no one ever sees the owners come and go, and identical twins Elizabeth and Jessica think that the Mercandy house is haunted. They also think Nora Mercandy is a witch until Elizabeth solves the mystery.
Elizabeth loves being with Sal ... but Blue is her boyfriend! Blue is gorgeous. Nice. Funny. Lucky for Elizabeth, he's also her new boyfriend. But what if he's the wrong guy? And what if the right one has been in front of her all along?
The Sweet Valley Middle School Choral Group is off to Washington, D.C., to compete in the national choral championship. Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield and their friend Anna can't wait to go. For the twins, it's their first big trip away from home. For Anna, it's her chance to find her long- lost sister Leslie, who she has just discovered is living in Washington, D.C. Jessica comes up with a brilliant plan to bring Anna and Leslie back together again. But it will mean sneaking out after dark from their hotel to a foreign embassy. If the girls get caught, the whole choral group might be sent home. They know it's dangerous but they don't realize that their escapade is about to become an international news event! And the biggest, most wonderful surprise is that Anna's long- lost sister is not at all what-or who-anyone expected.
Elizabeth and Salvador share a secret kiss.... Why oh why oh WHY did Elizabeth ever kiss Salvador? No way can they tell Anna what happened. Especially now. She's having such a hard time with the anniversary of her brother's death coming up and all. This whole thing is turning into the biggest mess. But they really should tell Anna. Shouldn't they?
The conclusion to the Frightening Four miniseries! On a hill on the outskirts of Sweet Valley sits a beautiful old Victorian house. It stood empty until a few weeks ago, when a big family moved in ... the perfect clients for Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield's new baby-sitting service ... Identical twins Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield and their friends have learned one thing from baby-sitting for the Riccoli family: dreams can come true ... and so can nightmares! When the fire in Andrew Riccoli's dream turned to real flames, the twins took action. They killed the evil creature -- half girl, half monster -- in the kids' nightmares. Before she killed THEM.
The Wakefield sisters are determined to keep their New Years resolution. Even if it kills them. Identical twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield have always considered themselves best friends, but lately they've been acting more like best enemies. So they make a New Year's resolution: no more arguing or disagreeing about anything. Jessica forces herself to gush over Elizabeth's new blouse, even though it's the dweebiest thing she's ever seen. Elizabeth pretends she's thrilled to run into Jessica and her Unicorn Club friends at the movies, even though the Unicorns are the snobbiest girls on the planet. And when adorable Eric Weinberg moves to Sweet Valley, the twins decide they canbothhave crushes on him. Jessica and Elizabeth will always be sisters ... but will they always be best friends?
Elizabeth: She IS my sister. I mean, we do hang out together. So what's the big deal if I want to spend time with my friends for once? Jessica: I thought sisters were supposed to come first. But I guess some people don't agree. Fine. Hey, I've got friends too.
Brian thinks Kristin, the class president, is pretty. Her friends think she's perfect. Her teachers think she's smart. And she always believed them. Until now. She questions herself when the class council likes Bethel's idea better than her own.
The most dangerous game... Social studies class gets a lot more exciting when a visiting teacher, Mr. Levin, comes to Sweet Valley Middle School to teach the students a game. The rules are simple: Mr. Levin tells the students what to wear the next day, and they get points for obedience and demerits for disobedience. They get extra points for ratting on anyone who disobeys. Everyone loves the game, especially Aaron Dallas, who is determined to be the best player of all. But Elizabeth Wakefield thinks something is fishy. Why is it so important that everyone dress the exact same way? And if it's just a game, why is everyone taking it so seriously?
Jessica never realized how awful her job would be when she has to babysit a brat kid.
When Jessica Wakefield wakes up in the middle of the night, her whole room is shaking. The next day at school, Jessica is a celebrity: she's the only one who witnessed Sweet Valley's own earthquake! When Jessica hears reports that another, bigger earthquake may hit, she quickly spreads the news. After all, Jessica is Sweet Valley's earthquake expert! The more people she tells, the bigger and more dramatic the story becomes. Soon Jessica has everybody preparing for a real catastrophe!
When her father asks her to deliver money to a neighbor down the block, Jessica wants to prove how responsible she is, but she gets sidetracked and the money disappears. Jessica is determined to find the money before Mr. Wakefield finds out.
After a fall in films, child star Maria Slater starts life fresh at Sweet Valley Middle School. The sixth grader worries that the other kids will not like her if she is just plain Maria. But Elizabeth recognizes her.
Sunscreen alert! Jessica and the Unicorns are headed for the balmy, boy-filled beaches of Hawaii! From the personal journal of soon-to-be eighth grader Jessica Wakefield: Okay, you do the math: friends + summer - parents + Hawaii. What does that equal? Aloha? The answer should be obvious. But it isn't. This Hawaiian vacation is kind of ... freaky. And I'm not even sure why. All I know is that my friends aren't who I thought they were ... not anymore. Have they changed? Or have I?
Bitten by the acting bug ... Jessica Wakefield's latest dream is to become an actress. So when she discovers that Sweet Valley's own Mrs. Harrington is really Dolores Dufay, star of stage and screen, she can barely contain her excitement. With help from her twin sister Elizabeth, Jessica and Mrs. Harrington develop a true friendship. And with some special behind-the-scene coaching from the famous actress, she gets the lead in a play that her Saturday acting class is producing. But it looks like curtains for Jessica when her acting partner gets stage fright on opening night. Will the show go on -- or will Jessica's stage career be over before it begins?
Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield are about the say good-bye to sixth grade -- forever! But it's not over yet ... Jessica and her friends are psyched to spend one of their last weeks as sixth graders working at the mayor's special Outreach Fair.
Jessica Wakefield is humiliated when she finds out she's been accepted into a special program called SOAR!, for gifted math and science students. Along with her twin sister, Elizabeth, Jessica must go to special science classes every day with some of the biggest nerds at Sweet Valley Middle School. Then a strange thing happens -- Jessica discovers that she actually likes SOAR! But Jessica's friends in the Unicorn Club aren't happy about her new interests. They tell Jessica she must choose: SOAR! or the Unicorns!
Bruce Patman has chosen Jessica to be the lead singer in his rock and roll band. But Elizabeth discovers that he is only using Jessica because the band needs a place to rehearse and must decide whether to tell her sister the truth.
Is there a thief at Sweet Valley Middle School? Things have started disappearing, and the whole school is searching for the culprit. But everyone is shocked when some of the stolen goods turn up in Jessica Wakefield's locker! Jessica insists that she's been framed, but the only one who believes her is her twin sister, Elizabeth. When Jessica and Elizabeth team up to catch the real thief, they can hardly believe what they find out!
Everyone has always made fun of Sandra Ferris. She's gawky and shy, and people whisper about her everywhere she goes. But the Wakefield twins step in and change Sandra's life by giving her a new look -- hair, clothes, make-up, the works! Suddenly, the ugly duckling turns into a beautiful swan, and that means trouble for Jessica. Now Sandra is getting all the attention. And even worse, Jessica discovers that Sandra is running against her for Sweet Valley's sixth-grade Citizen of the Year ... and it looks as if she just might win. Jessica has to find some way to tame the moster she has created -- and her time is running short.
Ready for a new boyfriend after breaking up with Aaron Dallas, Jessica Wakefield answers a personal ad in the school paper. Soon Jessica is exchanging the most romantic letters with a mysterious admirer. When they finally decide to meet, Jessica is in for a big surprise.
Sweet Valley Middle School is going camping! Elizabeth Wakefield can't wait to swim in the lake, sleep in a tent, and roast marshmallows over a campfire. Best of all, the wilderness provides the perfect setting for a little romance with her sort-of boyfriend, Todd Wilkins. Romance is also in the air for Elizabeth's identical twin, Jessica Wakefield. She has her eye on Dennis Asher, a cute seventh-grader who's new at school. But Jessica can't survive without a blow-dryer--how can she impress Dennis when she looks so terrible? Jessica comes up with a brilliant scheme. She pushes her twin (who somehow manages to look great while roughing it) on Dennis, telling him Elizabeth is Jessica! Todd is very confused, and Elizabeth is furious. Elizabeth fights back... by making sure that Jessica's plan works a little too well.