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  • Brookline University: A series story following fictional identical twins Joy and Liberty Morrison, and their best friend Angel as attend Brookline University in Boston.
  • Julia and Robbie: The Disaster Twins: Story of a brother and sister and the hurricane they endure.
  • Mirror Images: Read about the Namsell quintuplets, treated differently since birth because of their uniqueness. But different personalities, and conflicting ways of life have set them apart, but will it tear them apart?
  • Sandy Cove: A series story following three families, including twins that were separated at birth 20 years ago.
  • The Carlson Septuplets: A site about the fictional Carlson Septuplets, 7 identical sisters. Stories, message board, voting booth, and other interactivities.
  • The Clorenson's: A series story about a fictional family of 16 girls, including a set of 10 year old triplets.
  • The Highland Triplets: A short children's story with illustrations.
  • The Lost Sisters: The story of Becka, Belle, Brenda, Brooklyn, and Byanka and how they found out the hidden truth that they were quintuplets.
  • The Sky's The Limit: Check out some poetry collaborations from twin brothers.
  • Triplet Tales: Information about the first children's book to cover the arrival of a set of triplets.
  • Twins: A short story about twins.
  • Twins Life Magazine: An online magazine for twins and parents of twins.
  • Twins Magazine Bookshelf: Order books on parenting twins and books for and about twins.
  • Twins Poetry: A large collection of poetry about twins.
  • Twins Together Book: Twins Together is a story about the unique experience of being a multiple, the special joys and struggles of twinship. It is a thirty-two page children's book, written for ages 2-6 in rhyming verse.
  • Two Little Angels - Poem: A poem about having twin children, parenthood, and growing up.
  • Yahoo! Groups: Mandolyn_Valley: Fictional characters in a town called Mandolyn, Montana. The Shadona quadruplets attend a private school about ten miles from their home. They live on a ranch with their parents, and each quad has their own horse and each is responsible for daily chores.


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