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Danticat, Edwidge.
New York : Scholastic, 2015
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They say that when identical twins Isabelle and Giselle were born, they were holding hands.  The doctor needed to untwine their hands.  And they have been inseparable ever since.  No they don't do the twin thing where they dress alike.  And they don't have the same classes in school.  They each have their own interests.  But they are very close.  When a horrible traffic accident separates the twins in a tragic way, can things ever be the same?

SUBJECTS:     Domestic fiction.
                        Family life -- Fiction.
                        Grief -- Fiction.
                        Haitian Americans -- Fiction.
                        Miami (Fla.) -- Fiction.
                        Sisters -- Fiction.
                        Traffic accidents -- Fiction.
                        Twins Fiction.

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