If only these had been written….
The Collins’ of Sweet Valley. In which we learn how Mr. Collins came from a long ancestry of teachers. In the 1800s, Jed Collins risked his life in starting a school for unaway slaves and was a hero of his time. Mr. Collins, fresh out of college, risked his life and set out for Afghanastan to set up a school for women to receive an education. However, he realized that the people who needed his help the most were right in his backyard- spoiled rich kids in Sweet Valley. And thus he ended up as the beloved, rugged English teacher.
Prince Albert’s Story. We learn the past and desires of the Wakefield’s beloved golden retriever, starting from when he arrived at the Sweet Valley animal shelter, complete with sun-streaked fur and a perfect size-six collar. He became bitter rivals with a cute, demure beagle who competed for the attention of the most gorgeous potential adopter ever, who had piercing green eyes and a muscular, tanned figure. Realizing he was just in it for the game, he graciously stepped aside and let the other dog have her man. Finally he was adopted by the Wakefield family, where he lived perfectly ever after, padding along the Spanish tiles in their kitchen.
Characters’ Secret Diary entires welcome….