Anny and Allie

Anny and Allie

by Nicole Rubel

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Overview

What can you do when everyone confuses you with your twin?


Even though identical twins Anny and Allie are different in many ways, there is much confusion as to who’s who. Anny and Allie come to the rescue with humorous results. Young readers follow the twins as they dream up a series of imaginative and hilarious plans to help teachers, friends, and family tell them apart—and discover how lucky they are to have each other along the way!


Children’s author, Nicole Rubel—an identical twin herself—knows a lot about being a twin. Anny and Allie explores the subject of treating twins as individuals in a humorous new way, creating twice the fun for twins and non-twins alike! Children and parents chuckle through this imaginative story that helps teachers, friends, and family tell twins apart.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781642790962
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Publication date: 03/05/2019
Pages: 38
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)
Age Range: 4 - 8 Years

About the Author

Nicole Rubel has over fifty published children’s books and is the co-creator of the popular Rotten Ralph series. Raised in Coral Gables, Florida, Ms. Rubel received a Bachelor of Science in Art from the Boston Museum School. She has received awards from The American Books Association, The American Institute of Graphic Arts, and American Booksellers. Ms. Rubel is an identical twin and currently resides in Aurora, Oregon.

Read an Excerpt

CHAPTER 1

Splat!

"Anny," said Mr. Bear. "Please keep your hands to yourself." "That's Allie!" said Anny.

"Excuse me, twins," said Mr. Bear. "You look so alike."

Over dinner, Mom and Dad asked, "How was school?"

"Allie put her messy fingerprints on my artwork," said Anny. "After that, Mr. Bear blamed me for what Allie did.

"Allie, please respect your sister's things," said Dad. "And hopefully, Mr. Bear and your school friends will learn to tell you apart."

At bedtime, Mom said, "Did you remember to brush your teeth, Allie?

"It's Anny who forgets," said Allie.

"Oops," said Mom. "I forgot."

Anny climbed under her heart-shaped quilt, while Allie snuggled inside her sleeping bag.

(Continues…)


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