Double-crossed

Double-crossed

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Penguin Putnam
There's a new set of twin boys on the scene, and like Sammie and Charlie, these twins are almost identical. Charlie's friends, and the popular kids, are quick to accept the cuter boy. But when a bonfire on the beach gets out of control, Charlie's group blames it on the other twin. Both Sammie and Charlie know he isn’t the boy to blame, but will they have the courage to come forward to tell the truth and double-cross the popular kids?


Baker & Taylor
"Identical twin sisters Sammie and Charlie meet twin brothers from El Salvador. When the less-popular brother is wrongly accused of a crime, Charlie must make a difficult decision"--

Baker
& Taylor

Identical twin sisters Sammie and Charlie meet twin brothers from El Salvador, and when the less-popular brother is wrongly accused of a crime, Charlie must make a difficult decision.
When Sammie is wrongly blamed for a beach bonfire that goes out-of-control, his identical twin, Charlie, and he struggle to work up the courage to reveal the truth at the risk of angering their new school's popular crowd. Simultaneous.

Publisher: New York, New York : Grosset & Dunlap, an imprint of Penguin Group (USA) Inc., [2013]
ISBN: 9780448461618
0448461617
9780448451930
044845193X
Characteristics: 216 p. ; 22 cm

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I love this series! Though this is my favorite one so far. Can't wait to read the next book.

SPL_Childrens Apr 30, 2014

Identical twins, Sammie and Charlie, have always been inseparable best friends – until now. But as they enter grade 7, they’re not only growing up but they’re also growing apart, and their interests are no longer the same. (The first two stories about Sammie and Charlie are “Almost Identical” and “Two-Faced”.)

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erikaashley
May 24, 2013

This is the best book in the whole world!!!
I love it!!!

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"I don't understand it at all. In fact, after what you did, I don't want to be friends with you. No one does...We're leaving.. We have better things to do..than watch a couple..girls play some stupid game."
-Lauren Wadsworth
'Double-Crossed'

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