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Sweet Valley Twins 61: Jessica the Nerd by Jamie Suzanne Sweet Valley Twins: Sweet Valley Twins #61: Jessica the Nerd by Raven
Raven recaps Sweet Valley Twins #61: Jessica the Nerd, in which Jessica is forced to choose between Nerds and Unicorns, with surprising (and entertaining) results.

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Sweet Valley Twins #60: Ciao, Sweet Valley! by Jamie Suzanne Sweet Valley Twins: Sweet Valley Twins #60: Ciao, Sweet Valley! by Dove
Dove recaps the most offensive book in the series to date, Sweet Valley Twins #60: Ciao, Sweet Valley! wherein Jamie Suzanne wants us to really hate Italy. It's ok though, we just hate the Jamie Suzanne instead.

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Sweet Valley Twins #58: Elizabeth and the Orphans by Jamie Suzanne Sweet Valley Twins: Sweet Valley Twins #58: Elizabeth and the Orphans by Dove
Dove recaps Sweet Valley Twins #58: Elizabeth and the Orphans wherein Melissa and Andy McCormick lose their mother and it's actually quite sad, and Elizabeth does very little, except show up every few pages to remind us that she exists.

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Sweet Valley Twins #56: The Wakefields Strike it Rich by Jamie Suzanne Sweet Valley Twins: Sweet Valley Twins #56: The Wakefields Strike It Rich by Raven
Raven recaps Sweet Valley Twins #56: The Wakefields Strike It Rich, in which Great Aunt Helen gives the Wakefield Siblings a large cash payout, and a reason for them to murder her for a sizeable inheritance.

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Sweet Valley Twins #55: Brooke and her Rock-Star Mom by Jamie Suzanne Sweet Valley Twins: Sweet Valley Twins #55: Brooke and her Rock-Star Mom by Dove
Dove recaps Sweet Valley Twins #55: Brooke and her Rock-Star Mom wherein Coco, the newest hottest star, is a genuinely awful parent, allows her employee to abuse her daughter, and actively teaches her daughter to keep secrets from her father.

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Sweet Valley Twins 54: The Big Party Weekend by Jamie Suzanne Sweet Valley Twins: Sweet Valley Twins #54: The Big Party Weekend by Raven
Raven recaps Sweet Valley Twins #54: The Big Party Weekend, wherein the Wakefield siblings hold a super-cool party while their parents are off their boxes on disco biscuits.

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Sweet Valley Twins #53: The Slime That Ate Sweet Valley by Jamie Suzanne Sweet Valley Twins: Sweet Valley Twins #53: The Slime That Ate Sweet Valley by Dove
Dove recaps Sweet Valley Twins #53: The Slime That Ate Sweet Valley wherein she over-identifies with a nerd, keeps saying Smooze instead of "the Slime" and Jessica's first kiss gets revoked.

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Sweet Valley Twins 51: Elizabeth the Impossible by Jamie Suzanne Sweet Valley Twins: Sweet Valley Twins #51: Elizabeth the Impossible by Dove
Dove recaps Sweet Valley Twins #51: Elizabeth the Impossible wherein Elizabeth enters an abusive relationship and changes everything about herself to appease her abuser. Or she gets too big for her boots after winning a few awards. You decide what you think the book's about.

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Sweet Valley Twins 50: Jessica and the Secret Star, by Jamie Suzanne Sweet Valley Twins: Sweet Valley Twins #50: Jessica and the Secret Star by Raven
Raven recaps Sweet Valley Twins #50: Jessica and the Secret Star, in which the New Girl has a dark and mysterious toilet-paper-shaped past...

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