Ellen Is Home Alone
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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afraid anyway baby-sitter Bantam Books basement beth Channel 11 Channel 23 CHAPTER chocolate cake cross the street Debbie and Ellen Debbie asked Dixon doorbell rang Elizabeth and Jessica Elizabeth asked Elizabeth thought Elizabeth Wakefield Ellen and Debbie Ellen asked ELLEN IS HOME Ellen nodded Ellen smiled Ellen told Ellen whispered Ellen yelled favorite freezer front door game shows girls going to Ellen's groaned heard house key I'm home ice cream Jessica added Jessica and Elizabeth Jessica frowned Jessica turned kitchen LILA'S MAGIC CHRISTMAS minute mother night noise Okay Otis park pick pulled refrigerator Riteman called Riteman told Robin rolled her eyes salad shook her head sister snack Stacey stay home Steven stomped stupid Sweet Valley High Sweet Valley Kids SWEET VALLEY TWINS television tell told Ellen tomorrow TWINS AND FRIENDS Wakefield looked Wakefield smiled want to watch