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The Dialy Diary of a Twin Brother - cover

The Dialy Diary of a Twin Brother

Bailee Deignan

Publisher: Bailee Deignan

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Summary

Twelve-year-old Jason Beaker is a twin who is not very happy about the fact. He endures all of his twin brothers’ antics and annoying ways until news of moving to a new house comes, which he thinks is the answer to all his twin problems, but they only just begun. Jason is shocked to find out his brother Nathan wants a new pet for being very good about the move. He knows his brother asking for a pet is on purpose because he knows Jason is scared of animals. 
 
Jason needs to find a way to live with this new addition to the family, but doesn’t turn out as well as anticipated. The dog destroys Jason’s precious possessions so he decides to make his brother feel how he felt when he lost his things. The plan goes awry and Jason has to find a way to seek his brothers’ forgiveness and make things right.

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