I have always read books, through primary school I was off to the library pretty sharp-ish to trade in a book for another new one. I couldn’t wait to read it and then on to the next one. Like there was so many books to read and only a life time to read them.
Then I became a teenager. And lucky for me I found a best friend in high school who shared the same love for books as me. Every week we would go to the bookshop, spend our pocket money on a book each, read them and swap them, then on to the next one!
We were very into the Sweet Dreams books.
Then came Sweet Valley High, and The Wakefield Twins were who I wanted to be friends with.
Between us I think we had the whole set. Which was about 150 if I remember rightly. And there was the Super Editions, which were like separate one off stories like Perfect Summer..Spring Break…
Hopping around the blogosphere the other day, I found out a very interesting piece of info. I can’t remember who’s blog I saw it on so if it was yours let me know!!
Oh. My. How I want to read this. I wonder what they are up to 10 years later?!
By the way. If you watched the TV series of this which was aired over here in about the mid- 90’s, please don’t judge the books by them. The books are every teenage British girls dream of an American High School experience. The TV series I couldn’t bear to watch.
I can’t remember when I got rid of these books but I’m regretting it. I never see them in charity shops either. Hmmmm. Ebay?
Anyone read them?
I have had the best day today with Mr D. He knows how to treat his little wifey. I’ll tell all soon.