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Double Love

Kate William, Francine Pascal - Juvenile Fiction - 1983 - 223 pages
Jessica connives to steal Todd Wilkins, Sweet Valley High's star basketball player, away from her twin sister Elizabeth.
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Love Letters for Sale

Kate William, Francine Pascal - Juvenile Fiction - 1992 - 155 pages
Eager to make some extra spending money, Jessica and Elizabeth begin a letter-writing service, but their ambitions could jeopardize Elizabeth's relationship with Todd, her ...
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Power Play

Kate William, Francine Pascal - Juvenile Fiction - 1984 - 194 pages
Elizabeth and her twin sister Jessica become locked in a power play when Elizabeth nominates an unlikely candidate to Sweet Valley High's snobby sorority.
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I'm So Outta Here

Jamie Suzanne, Francine Pascal - Juvenile Fiction - 2000 - 151 pages
When Elizabeth starts hanging out with her friends more frequently, Jessica become jealous and tries to teach Elizabeth a lesson.
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The Boyfriend War

Francine Pascal - Fiction - 1996 - 224 pages
Jessica Wakefield and her best friend, Lila Fowler, are at war! The battlefield is the white sandy beach of Club paradise, a fabulous island resort owned by Lila's uncle ...
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Danger: Twins at Work!

Molly Mia Stewart, Francine Pascal - Juvenile Fiction - 1998 - 80 pages
In honor of Take Our Daughters to Work Day, twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield spend the day at their mom's department store, where they just cannot seem to stay out of ...
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Love and Death in London

Kate William, Francine Pascal - Juvenile Fiction - 1994 - 199 pages
Working as summer interns for the London Journal, Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield are assigned the Scotland Yard beat and decide to investigate a series of grisly murders ...
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On My Own

Francine Pascal - Juvenile Fiction - 2000 - 174 pages
Evan is smart. He's funny. He's attractive, intense, and athletic. He's even a fairly decent dancer. He's absolutely perfect! And he wants Jessica Wakefield. So why, why, WHY ...
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