Sweet Valley Junior High

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Sweet Valley Junior High
Author Francine Pascal
Country United States
Language English
Genre Young adult fiction and romance novel
Publisher Random House
Published 1999-2001
Media type Print (hardcover and paperback)
Audiobook

Sweet Valley Junior High is a fictional young adult book series written by Francine Pascal. The first book of the series, Get Real, was published on February 1, 1999. The final entry in the series, Too Many Good-byes, was published on June 12, 2001.

Plot

The story occurs when Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield's middle school have been rezoned to Sweet Valley Jr. High for 8th grade.[1] Elizabeth adjusts quickly to the new school and becomes popular among her peers. She becomes close friends with Anna Wang and Salvador del Valle, and the three are actively involved with producing the school's alternative zine. Anna and Salvador are long-time best friends, though their relationship is complicated by Salvador's growing feelings for Elizabeth. Elizabeth's friends also include her locker mate Brian Rainey and Blue Spicolli, who later becomes Elizabeth's boyfriend.

Jessica does not adapt to Sweet Valley Junior High as quickly as Elizabeth, especially as she struggles to establish some semblance of the popularity she enjoyed in middle school. She soon becomes frenemies with popular girl Lacey Frells, who antagonizes Jessica. Lacey's best friend, Kristin Seltzer, is considerably friendlier and more welcoming to Jessica. Jessica also joins the track team and becomes close friends with the team's star, Bethel McCoy, and finds a love interest in Damon Ross, a ninth grader.

List of books

  1. Get Real
  2. One 2 Many
  3. Soulmates
  4. The Cool Crowd
  5. Boy. Friend.
  6. Lacey's Crush
  7. How to Ruin a Friendship
  8. Cheating on Anna
  9. Too Popular
  10. Twin Switch
  11. Got a Problem?
  12. Third Wheel
  13. Three Days, Two Nights
  14. My Perfect Guy
  15. Hands Off
  16. Keepin' it Real
  17. Whatever
  18. True Blue
  19. She Loves me...Not
  20. Wild Child
  21. I'm So Outta Here.
  22. What You Don't Know
  23. Invisible Me.
  24. Clueless
  25. Drama Queen
  26. No More Mr. Nice Guy
  27. She's Back
  28. Dance Fever
  29. He's the One - Elizabeth has boyfriend troubles. If that weren't enough, what happens when horrible news invades the twins' lives?
  30. Too Many Good-Byes - As summer vacation begins, the twins must deal with saying goodbye to their friends.

References

  1. ^ School Library Journal: SLJ., Volume 45, Issues 1-6. School Library Journal. p. 111.
  • https://www.amazon.com/Get-Real-Sweet-Valley-High/dp/0553486039/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1435355878&sr=8-1&keywords=sweet+valley+jr+high+get+real
  • http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1476378.Get_Real
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