Book Title: Twin Tales: Alike and Different by Brielle and Nadia Dupervil
Category: Children's Fiction (Ages 3-7), 28 pages
Publisher: RiaJay Publishing
Release date: October 2021
Content Rating: G - Suitable for all readers.
Imagine having someone that is just like you in the world. Or what if there were not just like you, but everyone thought they were? Twin sisters Alexia and Denise might look alike on the outside, but they are very different on the inside. Join the sisters as they reveal what makes them unique. An enduring story of siblings who share a strong bond that parents will appreciate, and children will love.
MY THOUGHTS.....This is the sweet story of two little girls who are not only sisters, they are twin sisters! It's hard for most people to tell them apart because they look so much alike, so Alexia and Denise sometimes get frustrated when people get them confused. Why can't everyone see just how different they are?
Authors Brielle and Nadia Dupervil are also twin sisters, but the amazing thing is that they wrote this book when they were four-years-old! Twin Tales: Alike and Different allows them to remind everyone that twins may look exactly alike on the outside, but they are actually very different people. Their story is told in a fun way that children will enjoy, and there are bright and colorful illustrations that add the perfect touch!
Twins will especially love this book, but Twin Tales is an enjoyable book for all young people, and reading it as a family provides the perfect opportunity to assure children just how special and unique they truly are.
I received a copy of this book from the authors and publisher via iRead Book Tours. There was no obligation for a positive review. These are my own thoughts.
Q- Do you have any advice for new or aspiring authors?
First get your thoughts on paper. Think about what you want to write about and start working on it. After you get it all down, take some time and then come back to it and make changes. Do this over and over. Second, find some author friends. Talk to them about what they are doing and figure out if you can use any of their ideas.
Q- Who did you dedicate your book to?
After a lot of thinking, we decided to dedicate our book to other children that love to read, twins that want people to see themselves as individuals, babies that had to spend time in the NICU before they got to go home to their parents.
Q- Why did you choose to dedicate the book to babies that had to spend time in the NICU?
Since we were premature babies (born at 33 weeks) we had to spend a few weeks in the hospital before we could go home. While we were there we learned to breathe and eat. We also got to grow big and strong. Even though everyone was nice, we were sad that we could not go home with our parents.
Q- What was something interesting that happen during the process?
After we announced that we were writing a book. Everyone asked if we would sign their copy. The only problem was we didn’t know how to write our names yet. We had to hurry and learn to write our names before the books came out.
Q- What is up next for the Twin Tales Series?
We are taking some time to really focus on this book, but we have lots of ideas for future books. Next up, we have a book that centers around culture and language and a book about gardening. We also plan to do an activity book for Twin Tales: Alike and Different.
Brielle has a bold and bubbly personality and never meets a stranger. You can call her the life of the party because there is never a dull moment when she is around. Brielle is a curious conversationalist who will talk to anyone who will listen.
Nadia is a soft spoken, articulate, gentle spirit. Initially she is reserved, but once comfortable she will win you over with her contagious laughter and the silly jokes she keeps in her back pocket for the right time. Nadia is caring and always does what she can to help others feel better. She is very in tune with her emotions and very direct when expressing them.
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