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Twinsational
     

Twinsational

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by C. Michael Thompson
 

Twinsational is the wonderful story of twins Mark and Michelle and the outrageous adventures they go through in elementary school. One of the many problematic situations they encounter is with the school bully named Bubba. Bubba chases after the twins throughout the day, doing whatever it takes to catch them. Not only do the twins have to avoid being

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Twinsational is the wonderful story of twins Mark and Michelle and the outrageous adventures they go through in elementary school. One of the many problematic situations they encounter is with the school bully named Bubba. Bubba chases after the twins throughout the day, doing whatever it takes to catch them. Not only do the twins have to avoid being caught by Bubba, but they must also go up against many other crazy, unbelievable obstacles that they somehow need to overcome before the end of the school day.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781432730338
Publisher:
Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date:
08/07/2009
Pages:
122
Product dimensions:
0.26(w) x 8.50(h) x 5.50(d)

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Twinsational 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
i have read the book i ordered it last year it was a good book even though i have read it i cant understand why the bully in this book cant learn from his wrong doings and get along with others in school
shmoore75 More than 1 year ago
I have been a voracious reader my entire life, spending hours combing the stacks of books in the kids' section of the library as soon as I was old enough to get my own card. It was not unusual to find me sitting in my favorite tree with a book in hand on a Saturday afternoon. As a child and young teenager, I loved finding stories in which kids my age were involved in adventures into which I could easily transport myself. I had no need for outlandish plots or exaggerated characters. Just give me a great book about average kids and the crazy situations they manage to create. I am now well into my thirties but, through my work in the writing industry, still enjoy the discovery of a book to which kids can really relate and enjoy reading. I have found such a novel in Twinsational, the new release by author C. Michael Thompson. Twinsational shares one day in the life of Mark and Michelle (known to most as Shelly) Johnson, eleven-year-old brother and sister twins who have each other's back no matter the situation. The book has all of the elements that most preteens can expect to encounter on a daily basis-the class bully, good friends, demanding teachers, and first crushes. The day begins with the first of many confrontations that the twins have with their nemesis, Bubba, as they walk to school. Once they arrive on campus and meet up with friends, a series of events causes Mark and his friend David to elude the watchful eye of teachers and the new principal, with sister Michelle and her friend Kianna acting as accomplices. As the story unfolds, readers get a real sense of the loyalty shared between the characters in this book and a lesson in making the decision to do the right thing. For me, the greatest strength of Thompson's writing is his ability to capture a genuine sense of the way in which preteens interact. Young people who read Twinsational will not feel as if the author is condescending in his depiction of Mark and Michelle, nor will they find the characters written as adults before their time. Instead, you really feel that you are being placed into a typical middle school and I am certain that readers in this demographic will love reading a fun story about such a realistic group of peers. Mr. Thompson spent several years as a teacher, and even though his students were younger than the ones depicted in Twinsational, his ability to capture the language and priorities of the preteen population is obvious. We all know that when our children read on a regular basis, they are increasing their chances for success in many areas of life. This is why I am so pleased when a new author comes along who offers a book that will get kids excited about the written word. Twinsational by C. Michael Thompson is a wonderful novel that I know will get kids talking about the experiences had by the brother and sister team. With the last page of the book implying that there are more adventures ahead for Mark and Michelle, I hope there will be great "twinsational" conversations among young readers for a long time to come.
Iza68 More than 1 year ago
This was a great children's book. My 11 year old daughter absolutely loves Twinsational. From the ending, it looks like it is going to be a series of books. I hope it will be. This is definitely in the top ten of greatest children's books of all time. Yes, it is that good. I purchased this book about a week and a half ago and have already read it twice.