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We Are Twins!

We Are Twins!
We Are Twins!
Reads: 
68
Pages: 
34
Average: 5 (2 votes)
5

Sam and Ben are twins, which means they were once squished together inside their mama's belly. But that doesn't mean they are like two peas in a pod. They look different, they act differently, and when they see the same object, their imaginations take off in different directions! A book that highlights twins' similarities and differences, and celebrates multicultural families and sibling love.

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Pages: 34
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 0985424826
Categories: Daddy & Me, Educational, Family & Friends
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: twins, brothers, multicultural, special, same, different, fraternal, family, play, love
Date Added: October 12, 2013
We are Sam and Ben and we are twins Does that mean we are like two peas in a pod W e A re Twins Their hair is different and so are their smiles But when they see the same object their imaginations take off Join these twins as they celebrate their individuality and family The Story of Sam Ben Written by Sylvia Pagn Westphal Illustrated by Nicole Gsell W e a r e twins We Are Twins Text  by Sylvia Pagn Westphal Illustrations  by Nicole Gsell All rights reserved This book is a revised reedited version of Sam and Ben originally published in by Pinwheel Books This version was edited by Marlo Garnsworthy No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles and reviews Pinwheel Books Brookline MA wwwpinwheelbookscom Library of Congress Control Number ISBN13 ebook Images were painted with watercolor on Arches Cold Press lb W e a r e twins The Story of Sam Ben by Sylvia Pagn Westphal Illustrated by Nicole Gsell Our names are Sam and Ben We are twins which means we were once squished together inside our mamas belly People sometimes ask Are Sam and Ben as alike as two peas in a pod And our mama thinks of all the beautiful skin and hair colors in our family and how our grandmas and grandpas come from different countries and then she says My Sam and Ben Like two peas in a pod Oh no not at all They are as different as a black bean from Abuelas congr rice and a fingerling potato from Omas special German stew