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One of the Gang (Sweet Valley Twins #10)

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Jessica Wakefield has always been the center of everything at school. And Pamela Jacobson has always spent her time on the sidelines, especially in gym. When Jessica hurts her ankle, she starts to feel left out, too. Suddenly, the two girls have something in common.

Jessica, who is chairman of the Mini Olympics, can hardly get to and from class, let alone run the committee

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Paperback, 104 pages
Published August 1st 1987 by Bantam-Skylark
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TRACEY
Aug 04, 2015 TRACEY rated it liked it
Shelves: guilty-pleasure
In this one, Jessica Wakefield uses a girl's disability for her own personal gain

What a delightful child
Sarah Crawford
Jan 15, 2016 Sarah Crawford rated it really liked it
Jessica is primarily used as a 'you-don't-want-to-behave-this-way' type of example although, at times, short times, she can display a nicer personality. In this story a new girl has arrived at school and her name is Pamela Jacobson. She has a heart condition that limits what she can do physically.

She had been at a school for 'special needs' students, but she wanted to go to a regular school and her father has allowed it on a trial basis. Pamela is unhappy, though, that she can't participate in a
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Jodie
Mar 31, 2011 Jodie rated it really liked it
Shelves: the-early-years
I love this series and I am so glad that I had the time to read them. I used to read them using a flashlight when it got to be past lights out.
Anneke
Jun 25, 2014 Anneke rated it it was amazing
This book gives you a sense of what it is like to be extremely disabled
Sally
May 26, 2014 Sally rated it it was ok
Jessica hurts her ankle and can't compete in the mini Olympics, so she decides some non-athletic events should be put in, so she CAN compete, and she kind of uses this other girl in her class who can't do sport as her back-up so everyone thinks she's being all good and inclusive when really she just wants to win stuff.
Tara Calaby
The most surprising thing about this book is that it actually represents disability surprisingly well. Given the ~tragically heroic~ Regina of Sweet Valley High, it's nice to see Pamela and her heart condition portrayed as an average kind of kid, complete with faults. Lots of fun Jess & Lila rivalry in this one too.
Heather
From "Books I have read this summer" list that I found at home in NJ.
Justine
I think this book was okay. But it is a little boring.
Sheila Read
Jun 22, 2013 Sheila Read rated it it was amazing
I remember the cover just not the story.
Alexandria Michelle
Apr 25, 2013 Alexandria Michelle rated it did not like it
I hated this book. It was very boring.
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Francine Pascal (May 13, 1938— ) is an American author best known for creating the Sweet Valley series of novels. In 1982 she created the characters and the stories for the first six books and her agent, Amy Berkower of Writers House sold them to Bantam Books. Book number one is mostly written by Ms. Pascal. From then on she wrote the stories for every book ever published in the series. After the ...more
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