Teddy O'Malley : Destiny And Faith Go To Twincentric Academy

Destiny And Faith Go To Twincentric Academy

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Children & Teens, Humor

For Readers Of

Barbara Park, Judy Blume, Beverly Cleary

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Print Length

62 pages

Publication Date

May 11, 2014



About the Book   

Double Trouble!

Destiny and Faith enter second grade in a school for twins. They make enemies and friends and have to step in when friends fall out. This is the least of their troubles however. When the principal has a plan to force all twins to dress alike, Destiny and Faith take a stand. There is going to be trouble - on the double.


After lunch I still sat next to Grace, and Faith still sat next to Hope, but I noticed something odd.

"Is it just me...?" I began to ask Faith, but she was already shaking her head.

"Okay, good," I said. "I'm not going crazy."

I looked around. The kids in our class were in different seats. Not only were they in different seats, they were in different clothes. Even Jourdana and Jourdonna were wearing different outfits.

"Oh...my...gosh..."I began.

"We started a trend!" Faith finished for me.

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Lessons learned in this humorous adventure include:

Dealing with sibling rivalry

What to do when friends fight

Being culturally aware


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Editorial Reviews

"The principal of this school did not know what he was getting himself into when he let Destiny and Faith into his school! This book is
a must read to find out how Destiny and Faith shake up the school
together." - Ryann Adams Hall, RyannAdamsHall.blogspot.com

charming and wonderful to read books that encourage learning, play,
tolerance and open children's minds up to diversity and different
cultures. Teddy O'Malley is a refreshing new author with a voice that
must be heard." - Elias Zapple, eliaszapple.com

"Ms. O'Malley captures the school environment with a simple ease that lets the reader know she is still a kid at heart." - PJ LaRue, words-with-women.com

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