THE DIFFERENT TWINS by Melvern Barker

THE DIFFERENT TWINS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Interest in the story of Joey and Johnny, four year old twins whom adults can't tell apart, will probably be confined to very young children who are twins. There is very little story line and only minimum illustrative appeal. Although the mailman, the grocery store man and grown-ups generally don't realize that they are different, when the twins go to nursery school, for the first time they find recognition that they actually are different. Their classmates tell the boys they too would like to be twins.

Pub Date: Sept. 4th, 1957
Publisher: Lippincott