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April Fool! (Sweet Valley Twins #28)

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Seeing double . . .

It's April Fool's Day, and the Wakefield twins are about to play their biggest and best trick ever. Usually Elizabeth and Jessica pretend to be each other. But this year they won't switch identities - everybody will just think they did. When April 1 comes, the twins' trick works perfectly - too perfectly for Elizabeth. Everyone believes she is Jessica pr...more
Paperback, 101 pages
Published April 1st 1989 by Bantam
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Read this as a kid... definitely my favorite one in the series. Very cute.

in this one, it's april fool's day at sweet valley. every year, jessica and Elizabeth traditionally switch places on this day, but this year they decide to do a variation: pretending to be each other pretending to be each other! however, while jessica gets her life living as the beloved elizabeth, elizabeth gets stuck with all of jessica's punishments and all-around irresponsible way of living.

this book ends with a twist of m. night shyamalan proportions. wow amaze~*~*
Samantha Glasser
This book made me wish I had a twin I could play tricks on people with. The Sweet Valley girls were my absolute favorites and I wished I could be just like them.
I really love this book! The twins play an awesome joke! If you have a twin I think you should read this book and see what a great joke they play!
These were always fun to read. Nothing challenging, always light and fun and addictive.
Rajeshwari Kamath
great book.

getting april foll herself.......................
Sheila Read
I remember the cover just not the story.
it is really funny and a goood book
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