Ellen Is Home Alone

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Bantam Books, 1993 - Juvenile Fiction - 70 pages
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When Ellen Riteman's mother starts working, Ellen and her older sister get to stay home without a baby-sitter every day after school. The rest of the kids at Sweet Valley Elementary School think that sounds really cool. Identical twins Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield decide that they want to be latchkey kids, too! But can they get their parents to treat them like grown-ups?

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Review: Ellen is Home Alone (Sweet Valley Kids #39)

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This was the very first pocketbook I've ever read. I adored it so much when I was in fourth grade, and since then I began reading more pocketbooks. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
22
Section 3
34
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About the author (1993)

Francine Pascal grew up in New York City and attended New York University. She is the author of the Sweet Valley High series, featuring twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield. She had originally planned the idea for a daytime soap for teens, but a close friend talked her into making the idea into a book series instead. Pascal has also written "Hangin' Out with Cici, which became an ABC After School Special called "My Mother Was Never a Kid", "The Hand-Me-Down Kid," also made into an ABC After School Special, "My First Love and Other Disasters," and "Love and Betrayal & Hold the Mayo." She has also worked on a musical and several adult books, and is the executive director for the Sweet Valley High TV show.

Cornelius Van Wright and Ying-Hwa Hu have illustrated many distinguished picture books, including Jewels, by Belinda Rochelle (Dutton), which was selected as a Notable Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies. The couple lives in New York City with their daughter and son.

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