Twin Sisters and the Guys Who Marry Them

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This purchase entitles you to both eBook and audio versions of the story.

"Encountering a set of twins for the first time can be unsettling for a little kid. I still vividly remember the first time the boys and girls in my class saw the Mariani twins walking down the hall at Hyde Park Elementary together, side by side. We froze in place, jaws dropped, mouths wide open. We parted the hallway for their processional like when Moses parted the Red Sea.  We looked skyward for angels dropping twins from heaven. Theodore took off his glasses and polished them right on the spot, Timothy ran up behind them to look for trick carnival mirrors, and I personally called the school nurse to report the situation. It was mind-numbing, and made all the more perplexing because their mom somehow thought it would be a good idea for them to wear the same dresses to school that day."