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Take Twoby Julia Devillers
Synopses & Reviews
TWIN SISTERS PAYTON and Emma have learned that "trading faces" can lead to "twin-dentical" chaos, and they've promised never to do it again. But just to be sure that they've really learned their lesson, the school counselor has a punishment in store, and they're not going to be sitting through detention — or hyperventilating through detention, in Emma's case. Instead, Emma's tutoring a math-hating eight-year-old boy who brings a creepy reptile to every lesson. Meanwhile, Payton has to keep an eye on his brother and help the drama club with their musical — but she's not going to be onstage, she'll be under it! Oh! And the boys? They're identical twins too....
When things start spinning out of control, will it take another twin switch to sort it out? And just how many switches are going on at once? In the end, it's good to have a twin who's got your back as well as your face!
In this follow-up to "Trading Faces," Payton helps her new friends out on the middle school musical and her twin sister, Emma, puts her brains to use by tutoring identical twin boys. But when the boys turn out to be double trouble, Payton and Emma's worlds collide.
Jennifer Roy is the author of Yellow Star, which won a Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Award for Excellence in Children's Literature and a Sydney Taylor Honor Award. It was a Jewish Book Awards Finalist, an ALA Notable Book, School Library Journal Best Book, and a NYPL Top Book for Reading and Sharing Books for the Teenager.
In andlt;Iandgt;Take Twoandlt;/Iandgt;, Payton helps her new friends out on the middle school musical and Emma puts her brains to use by tutoringand#8212;identical twin boys. But when the boys turn out to be double trouble, Payton and Emmaand#8217;s worlds collide and lead to middle school mix-ups and mayhem. By the end, Payton and Emma realize that no matter what, they have each otherand#8217;s backs (as well as faces).
About the Author
Julia DeVillers is the author of many books for teens, including How My Private Personal Journal Became a Bestseller, which was made into the Disney Channel Original Movie, Read It and Weep. Jennifer Roy is the author of Yellow Star (Marshall Cavendish), a middle-grade novel and audiobook that received numerous honors, as well as starred reviews in Publisher's Weekly, Booklist, School Library Journal, Kirkus, and VOYA.
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