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Confessions Of A Bookaholic: Guilty Pleasure Edition #7 – Sweet Valley High Books 14-18

It is that time again… Just like Sunday’s Fear Street list, this list of Sweet Valley books does not quite live up to the previous list of Sweet Valley books, but that is just because last week’s list was absolutely fabulous. 2,530 more words

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Scrunchies & Remotes: Sweet Valley High, Episode 6

Sweet Valley High, Episode 6: Almost Married

This is your foreshadowing screenshot. Let’s just say there are a lot of angry faces in this episode. Apparently playing house isn’t as much fun as Liz and Todd hope it is!

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Sweet Valley Recap: Books #71-80, + SVH Saga #1: The Wakefields of Sweet Valley and Super Star #4: Olivia's Story

Another ten-ish books down, Gentle Readers.

This section of books saw: a beauty pageant, a talk show appearance, a drug-ring sting operation, a historical account of the Wakefield family, tons of parties and dances, the introduction of Sam Woodruff, another Christmas vacation, lots of loss, drug use, anorexia, and much, much more. 141 more words

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Confessions Of A Bookaholic: Guilty Pleasure Edition #5 – Sweet Valley High Books 9-13

I hope you are ready to get your Wakefield on. The books in this post is the strongest list in of Sweet Valley High books so far with the first five out of five rating (and there are two of them on this list!) and no misses. 2,042 more words

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SVH Super Star: Olivia's Story

Estimated Elapsed Time: 1 month

Summary/Overview:

Olivia Davidson is obsessed with painting, and she’s particularly focused on abstract impressionism.  She’s taking classes at the Forester School, and it’s there that she meets devoted artist James Yates.   694 more words

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Scrunchies & Remotes: Sweet Valley High, Episode 2

Sweet Valley High: Episode 2, Oracle on Air

Flanny had a snoozer last week, and guess what…Spoiler alert…this week of SVH was a bit of a snoozer too. 1,077 more words

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All Night Long

Centers Around: The Wakefield Twins, mostly Elizabeth because Francine totally plays favorites.

Characters Introduced: Scott Daniels, sort of Bill Chase.

Issues Dealt With: Why you shouldn’t date older boys? 277 more words