'Ridge Street Church Mouse,' is the first book of the 'Ridge Street Series.' Join Amanda Anderson and her little sister Amy, in an action packed adventure at Mrs. Mulligan's Church Camp. Meet bossy Samantha Billingham. A spoiled rich girl, that all the boys are crazy about and Amanda detests. Discover Amy's big surprise. Experience, the attack of the cat! Enjoy a song Amanda wrote and experience her humiliation when she attempts to sing it on stage. And meet Jeff Shaffer, a boy with big brown eyes and a smile to die for.
'Ridge Street Home,' is the second book of the 'Ridge Street Series.' Join Amanda Anderson and her little sister Amy at their home on Ridge Street, in the quaint little town of Somersville. Take an exiting trip to the mall with Amanda, Amy April, and Sarah. Meet Mitch and Bo Bo, with VOGEL magazine. Find out who was in Amanda's bedroom and what did they take? Go on a creepy visit with Amanda to "Shaffer's Funeral Home.' Find out who locked the freaking doors. Experience Amanda's unexpected shock at the Burger Queen and her unanticipated surprise at the movie theater. Best of all, follow along with Amanda on a date with Jeff Shaffer!. Yes, Jeff Shaffer! The boy with big brown eyes, the boy of every girls dreams.
'Ridge Street Prom,' is the third book of the 'Ridge Street Series.' Amanda Anderson is a freshman at Somersville High. Jeff Shaffer, the cutest boy, asked her to the movie. Her mom told her "No, you can't date until you're sixteen." But... her mom let her go to the Senior Prom with Jim Winston. Amanda doesn't understand
"Ridge Street Model,' is the fourth book of the 'Ridge Street Series.' Amanda modeled at the mall. She let the photographer (Mitch Jackson) think that she was eighteen. She signed papers releasing her photos. She thought they would end up in the trash, but much to her surprise, they ended up on the cover of Vogel magazine. Now Mitch Jackson wants her to model again and is offering her an enormous sum of money. Her mother doesn't know. What will she tell her mother? Should she tell her mother knowing that she lied about her age?