Mallory and the Trouble with Twins

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Scholastic, 1989 - Babysitters - 151 pages
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When Kristy offers her a steady job baby-sitting, Mallory couldn't be happier. And when Marilyn and Carolyn Arnold run around the house like little terrorists, Mallory soon discovers that the twins just want to be treated as individuals.

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Review: Mallory and the Trouble With Twins (The Baby-Sitters Club #21)

User Review  - Julie Decker - Goodreads

Marilyn and Carolyn are twins and they always have two of everything. They dress alike and are treated as an ornamental matched set by their mother. Mallory, while sitting for the twins, finds them ... Read full review

Review: Mallory and the Trouble With Twins (The Baby-Sitters Club #21)

User Review  - Jennifer - Goodreads

First, the title. Isn't there a Star Trek episode with a similar title? That aside, this book reminds me of my grandmother, who was an identical twin. There are so many pictures where no one can tell ... Read full review


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Ann M. Martin, 1955 - Ann Mathews Martin was born on August 12, 1955 in Princeton, New Jersey. She graduated from Smith College and worked as a teacher, was an editor of children's books for both Bantam and Scholastic, and then became a full time writer. Martin is the author of the well-known Baby-sitters Club books. She has also written other children's books, which include the title "Ten Kids, No Pets." She bases her characters, in part, on individuals in her own life; and the shy babysitter Mary Anne, is partially based on herself. She created a new series for middle grade readers called California Diaries, which follows Dawn of The Baby-sitters Club, after she moves to California.

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