- By Teri Weidner

Always Twins

  • Title: Always Twins
  • Author: Teri Weidner
  • ISBN: 9780823431595
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Always Twins You two are just alike everyone tells duckling twins Olivia and Lily But while Olivia likes to jump in the mud run around and quack so everyone can hear Lily prefers studying and daydreaming These

    You two are just alike everyone tells duckling twins Olivia and Lily But while Olivia likes to jump in the mud, run around, and quack so everyone can hear, Lily prefers studying and daydreaming These different activities don t always work well together, and eventually the twins grow annoyed by their differences and head off in opposite directions.But the twins can t You two are just alike everyone tells duckling twins Olivia and Lily But while Olivia likes to jump in the mud, run around, and quack so everyone can hear, Lily prefers studying and daydreaming These different activities don t always work well together, and eventually the twins grow annoyed by their differences and head off in opposite directions.But the twins can t stand to be apart for long Lily comes looking for Olivia only to find her stuck in a tree An adventure ennsues then ends in a frightening tumble Finally safe, the twins realize that while sometimes they are the same and sometimes they are different, one thing is certain they are always twins.

    1 thought on “Always Twins

    1. Animal friends always tell duckling twins Olivia and Lily that they are “just alike.” They are alike, but they are also different. One day their differing interests get them into a bit of quarrel and a bit of trouble. Olivia and Lily may have their differences, but they will always be twins. A cute story for young children with siblings. Beautiful watercolor and colored pencil illustrations cover every page. The story would make a great read aloud for home or library story time. The duckling [...]

    2. Olivia and Lily are sisters, ducklings, and twins. Everyone always comments on how much alike they are. Indeed, in appearance that would seem to be true. In personality, however, they differ greatly. This sometimes leads to arguments but, when trouble hits, they know who will be there for them. This is a gently sweet book with a dash of humor and beautiful watercolor and pencil illustrations that are both joyous and fun. This is a celebration of sisterhood, twindom, and spring.

    3. An adorable about a set of towns who everyone thinks they are just alike. This drives the twins nuts. One day they get upset with each other and storm off in opposite directions and soon they discover they are better together even though they are very different. 4 stars

    4. Boy, I'm glad I'M not a twin!! That would be a pain in the neck! But you know what? Mama says that three of Mimi's brothers and sisters were TRIPLETS. That's THREE. I bet that got REALLY annoying!Anyway this one was ok.

    5. A cute book if you're a twin, and I'm sure I'll keep it for my daughter, but not really a book to teach explicit social studies concepts

    6. Simple little story that teaches us about appreciating the similarities and differences in each other. Twins in class may especially enjoy this tale of 2 ducklings.teaching application- I would keep this on the class bookshelf. It ' s a quick read with a nice little message for kids.

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