Jude recaps Goosebumps 35: A Shocker on Shock Street by R. L. Stine. Werewolves! Monsters! Robots! Stine at his Stinest!
Raven recaps Jessica and the Secret Star, in which he writes LIMERICKS. Everyone loves limericks, right?
Jude recaps The Bailey School Kids 31: Ghouls Don’t Scoop Ice Cream by Debbie Dadey and Marcia Thornton Jones and my god, these kids are kind of terrible.
Wing recaps Sweet Valley Twins 49: The Twins’ Little Sister by Francine Pascal, and no, the twins are not ready to be big sisters. They will never be ready. #url#
Bat recaps Brotherhood of Justice in her ongoing quest to win Trivial Pursuit: Kiefer Sutherland Edition.
Wing recaps Famous Five 4: Five Go to Smuggler’s Top by Enid Blyton and spends far too much time bored considering the book is filled with smugglers, secret passages, and animal attacks.
Dade recaps Nightmare Hall 12: The Whisperer by Diane Hoh and it is a tight, tense little thriller with one big flaw.
Jude recaps Graveyard School 13: Tales Too Scary to Tell at Camp by Tom B. Stone. GHOSTS! MONSTERS! ALIENS! Creepy cabins inside creepy woods!
Dove recaps Making Out #5: Claire Gets Caught by Katherine Applegate (and Michael Grant) wherein Claire is outstanding, Lucas is a horny toad, Jake is adorable, Nina and Benjamin are faffy, and there is SNOW!
Title: Mandy Miller Fights Back Tagline: Will Jessica lose her new friend? Summary: Mandy Miller wants to join the Unicorns, but the Unicorns don’t want Mandy Miller! She wears wild second-hand clothes, and the other members think she tries too hard to fit in. Jessica thinks she’s funny and nice, and she likes her offbeat way of dressing. The Unicorns have asked Jessica to tell Mandy that she can’t join, but Jessica just can’t bring herself to break the bad news. How can Jessica be friends with the Unicorns and Mandy at the same time? Suddenly Mandy gets some frightening news that makes the Unicorns seem unimportant to both Mandy and Jessica—and now Jessica is afraid of losing her new friend for good! Initial Thoughts: Mandy sounds like an old friend of mine, from my college days. Let’s call her Plover. She had her own unique dress sense and a fun, gregarious personality. She was very popular. She’s now a super-ace singer and photographer, still rocking her style with aplomb. I think I’m going to like Mandy Miller. READ AT SWEET VALLEY ONLINE