The girls encounter William Faulkner in two of the stories and Katherine, the bolder of the two, bets her cat-eye shooter that he can't figure out "which is which." He takes the challenge and the engaging conversation is revealing! Just like their first book, Y'all Twins?, Which is Which? is kid-friendly and is, at the same time, sheer entertainment for people of all ages.
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Which is Which? is a perfect sequel to Y’all Twins. The cover alone insures you are going to laugh. The book depicts a bygone era still cherished by many. The stories take place in the South, but the characters and their antics transcend the Mason Dixon Line. Parents were respected—though not always obeyed. Manners were not optional. Brothers tormented their sisters who in turn plotted a fitting revenge. Kids built tents from blankets to camp out in the “wilderness” of a back yard. Scavenger hunts included worms and dead bugs. Roller skating, shooting marbles, and playing cards took the place of video games. And—gasp—watching television was an occasional privilege. A center section contains a selection of personal photos which is a wonderful addition. I was especially intrigued by a photo showing Katherine (Kat) King with a huge smile standing next to Carol Burnett. I just knew there was a good story there and wasn’t disappointed. Which is Which? is an enjoyable read for all ages and a must for identical twins.