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Shelve Jessica Takes Manhattan. Sweet Valley High Senior Year. 48 primary works, 48 total works.
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Runaway (Sweet Valley High by Francine Pascal, This is the book that got me started and I love reading to this day. Jessica's had it with Sweet Valley. Jessica Wakefield is sick and tired of taking second place to her twin sister, Elizabeth. Sweet Valley High 21 - Runaway. Slam Book Soccer Season In High School Coke Coca Cola Cola. Sweet Valley High Slam Book Award 7 - Most Likely To Snort Coke Off A Hooker’s Ass: Bruce Patman.
Series: Sweet Valley High (Book 8). Paperback: 240 pages. Publisher: Sweet Valley (January 1, 1997). When I read Jessica Takes Manhattan, I was amazed at how real and exiting the book wa. t had historic spots, and also how people live there. I think that all books should have that.
Manufacturer: Sweet Valley Release date: 1 January 1997 ISBN-10 : 0553570013 ISBN-13: 9780553570014. add. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed
Manufacturer: Sweet Valley Release date: 1 January 1997 ISBN-10 : 0553570013 ISBN-13: 9780553570014. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed. Use tags to describe a product . for a movie Themes heist, drugs, kidnapping, coming of age Genre drama, parody, sci-fi, comedy Locations paris, submarine, new york.
But first, let me take you down memory lane with the opening description that pretty much marked the start of any Sweet Valley High book: When people in the sunny town of Sweet Valley, California, saw a five-foot-six gloriously attractive young girl with sun-streaked blond hair and sparkling blue-green eyes, they knew it was one of the Wakefield twins . The story opens with Jessica sitting at her bedside, and the narrator going on for two damn pages about how usually you can’t tell them apart, but now Elizabeth looks like crapola on a crapola-colored cracker, and Jessica looks fabulous as usual