Elizabeth: Next Stop, Jr. High

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Random House Children's Books, Nov 1, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
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Spending the summer helping people and making new friends...what could be cooler? From the personal journal of soon-to-be- eighth grader Elizabeth Wakefield: I came to Costa Rica to work hard and help people. But what do I get? A nonstop party. Not that I'm complaining. It's just weird...sort of how it is with J.P., I guess. At first I thought he was a jerk. But now... now I think I might be falling in love with him. What have I gotten myself into?

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Review: Elizabeth: Next Stop, Jr. High (Sweet Valley Twins Super Editions #13)

User Review  - Kristina - Goodreads

I liked this one where Elizabeth goes to Costa Rica for a service project, but it wasn't as fun as Jessica's. Still a fun transition book in the series. Read full review

Review: Elizabeth: Next Stop, Jr. High (Sweet Valley Twins Super Editions #13)

User Review  - Erin - Goodreads

This was the other diary in the transition from SVT to Jr High...Elizabeth goes to Costa Rica and acts a lot like Jessica! I didn't think it was very realistic though, especially the part where ... Read full review


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Francine Pascal is one of the most popular fiction writers for teenagers today and the creator of several best-selling series, including Fearless and Sweet Valley High, which was also made into a television series. She has written several novels, including "My First Love and Other Disasters, My Mother Was Never a Kid, " and "Love & Betrayal & Hold the Mayo." In writing her stories, Ms. Pascal is inspired by her own memories of growing up and by the experiences of her three daughters.

Francine Pascal lives in New York and the south of France.