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SVT #53, The Slime That Ate Sweet Valley: It's Ironic That Leslie Has Stage Fright About a Horror Movie

Summary: The sixth-graders have reached that point in the school year where they just can’t handle the thought of doing more work. When I was in college, we called that October. 1,104 more words

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SVU #54, Rush Week: I Really Wish People Would Stop Rewarding Chloe's Horrible Behavior

Summary: When Chloe first arrived at SVU, she was very much against joining a sorority, since she didn’t want to follow in her mother’s footsteps. But now that everyone in her dorm thinks she’s a dork, and she’s kind of become friends with Jessica, she’s desperate to join Theta and move into the sorority house. 1,616 more words

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SVU Thriller, Killer Party: And Then There Was One

Summary: Lila’s throwing an exclusive party on New Year’s Eve, having only invited a few dozen people. Making the cut: the twins, Denise, Alex, Chloe, Todd, Neil, Sam, and Nina, who I didn’t think Lila had ever even met. 1,541 more words

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SVT #47, Jessica's New Look: Guys Don't Make Passes at Girls Who Wear Glasses

Summary: Things are going pretty well for Jessica, at least in the boy department: Bruce, Aaron, and Jake Hamilton want to eat lunch with the Unicorns. 1,151 more words

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SVU Thriller, Loving the Enemy: These Robbers Are Armed, But Not With Intelligence

Summary: This book isn’t as bad as the summary on the back makes it sound. Well, in some ways. The blurb makes it out like Jessica falls in love with a guy holding her hostage. 1,671 more words

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SVT #46, Mademoiselle Jessica: Pardon My French

Summary: We all know Lila Fowler can be a snobby little braggart, but she’s been worse than usual recently. She got to spend the weekend in Hawaii, and she won’t shut up about it. 905 more words

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SVT Super Chiller #3, The Carnival Ghost: Best Friends Forever (Literally)

Summary: It’s the day after Christmas, and the Wakefields are having lunch at a Chinese restaurant. Jess is annoyed that her fortune cookie calls her vain. 1,871 more words

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