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This series is alternately titled Sweet Valley Twins and Friends. Shelve Claim to Fame. Book 37. The War Between the Twins. Book 53. The Slime That Ate Sweet Valley. Mr. Bowman's sixth grade English class is making.

Sweet Valley Twins (also known as Sweet Valley Twins and Friends) was the first spin-off to originate from Sweet Valley High, and was created by Francine Pascal and written by Jamie Suzanne. Published by Bantam Books on 1 July 1986, the series starts with the twins wanting to differ from each other. They begin to dress differently; Elizabeth moves into her own room and starts up a sixth-grade newspaper; and Jessica starts wearing make-up and becomes a member of the Unicorn Club.

When glamorous, sophisticated Suzanne Devlin visits Sweet Valley from New York City, the Wakefield twins couldn't be more excited. For two weeks, Elizabeth will show Suzanne around town while Jessica will have the time of her life in New York

When glamorous, sophisticated Suzanne Devlin visits Sweet Valley from New York City, the Wakefield twins couldn't be more excited. For two weeks, Elizabeth will show Suzanne around town while Jessica will have the time of her life in New York. Suzanne is perfect: beautiful, friend, and not the least bit stuck u. ut when Suzanne accuses their teacher, Mr. Collins, of trying to seduce her, Elizabeth knows there's more to Suzanne than meets the eye.

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Francine Pascal, the creator of the enormously successful teen tales franchise . So just what is it about the Wakefield twins that keeps readers coming back?

Francine Pascal, the creator of the enormously successful teen tales franchise, explains how she's gone about following her heroines into adulthood. The Sweet Valley stories make no literary claims whatsoever: the storylines are, often, ridiculous, the characters impossibly beautiful (and I write this as one of the engrossed 1980s teenagers). So just what is it about the Wakefield twins that keeps readers coming back? Speaking from her home outside Cannes, Pascal tries to pin it down. When I first thought of the idea for Sweet Valley High, I loved the idea of high school as microcosm of the real world.

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

Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения. 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.

Title: Claim to Fame. Hopefully the book will have a happy ending.

Title: Claim to Fame Identical twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield are each determined to win. Jessica is teamed with her fellow Unicorns, and Elizabeth and her friends are with George Henkel, the shyest boy in school, who is without a mother and hardly ever sees his father. With the race just about even, Elizabeth stumbles on the one thing that will definitely make her team win – an old football that belongs to George Henkel’s father! It’s the football that was used to score the winning touchdown at Sweet Valley’s first state championship.

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For its 25th anniversary celebration, Sweet Valley Middle School is burying a time capsule--and a special schoolwide contest will decide what goes inside.  Identical twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield are each determined to win.  Jessica is teamed with her fellow Unicorns, and Elizabeth and her friends are with George Hankel, the shyest boy in school, who is without a mother and who hardly ever sees his father.  With the race just about even, Elizabeth stumbles on the one thing that will definitely make her team win--an old football that belongs to George Hankel's father!  It's the football that was used to score the winning touchdown at Sweet Valley's first state championship.  Now, there's more at stake than just winning.  Maybe Elizabeth can also bring George and his dad back together again. . . if Jessica doesn't get to the football first.

Comments: (4)

Gindian
I didn't have an interest in reading these books, but I think one of my sisters must have because sometimes they were around the house and I was the kind of kid who'd randomly pick up and breeze through anything that was sitting there. I read this and didn't think it made much sense. I did, however, like time capsules--I made one myself, though I didn't bury it--and I liked the idea of a school contest to put the coolest things in a time capsule. What I didn't really get was why the school would make it a 1960s theme. They were asking their 1980s students to get 1960s things to put in the time capsule since the school was founded in the 1960s. What's the point of that? Anyway, I didn't get the premise, and the twins who are the stars of these books are on opposing teams because they're very different people. Elizabeth has her group of studious, well-mannered friends, while her twin Jessica is just kind of a jerk all the time and hangs out with snobby girls who insist on calling themselves "The Unicorns." (I wasn't a unicorn-loving kid either, so this seemed especially silly to me.) So they scramble around trying to get the best group of stuff to submit to the time capsule, motivated by the fact that their pictures will be put in the time capsule for future generations to uncover and they'll look totally important. What REALLY cheesed me off is how Jessica reacts to her twin getting her picture in the capsule. She was all pissed off about the whole thing until everything became okay since they're identical and people will probably think it's her. What? Made no sense to me and the entire thing was petty and not very entertaining.
RED
When Sweet Valley Middle School has a contest to determine which things are going to be in the time capsul,both Jessica and Elizabeth want to win. Jessica wants to win for the Unicorns of course,but Elizabeth wants to win for this boy whose father won on the football team when Sweet Valley Middle School was- then called Sweet Valley Junior High. the father owns a football that he passed a touchdown with and that could be in the time capsul.The father is widowed and the son lives with his aunt and uncle.The Father reconsiders and reunited with the son.
Shezokha
The main theme of this story is that Elizabeth is trying to get a young boy called George and Georges bitter,angry father to reconcile.However Father doesnt seem too interested. Elizabeth is also working with George and others on a time capsule project.
Fato
This book was really good. It made me get mad at Jessica for stealing the football from Liz and taking all the credit. It wasn't the best Sweet Valley Book i ever read, but i still reccommend you read it.
CLAIM TO FAME (Sweet Valley Twins) download epub
Science Fiction & Fantasy
Author: Francine Pascal
ISBN: 0553156241
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language: English
Publisher: Sweet Valley (September 1, 1988)
Pages: 106 pages