I love this book! I had to stay up all night so I could finish reading this book! Wonderful book to read here.
By Julia DeVillers, Jennifer Roy
|Interest Level||Reading Level||Reading A-Z||ATOS||Word Count|
|Grades 4 - 8||Grade 4||n/a||3.4||39264|
Book Reviews (15)
Times squared is the third book in the adventures of Payton and Emma Mills. The story starts when Payton and Emma are going to New York City, which was their dream from they were little. But surprisingly, their fantasy of New York turns into a nightmare when they encountered evil Ashlynn. Once again, they have twin switches to save each other from embarrassment, but does it? I really love how the author changes perspective throughout the book to show different sides of the story. It also continues the story and keeps it going at different locations. Overall, I think this is a great book that people can enjoy for fun and experience what it's like to be an identical twin. Read it, you won't regret!!
i totally want to read this book is it good?
my teacher picked this book for me and its due tomorrow and im on page 6 and i have to write a report about it yay! lol...help anyone give me an idea on what this is about
This book is about two twin sisters that go to New York City and have some fun and get into some trouble. Even though they are having a little fun they are always going to get the question,Which Twin are you?" can they find a way to show their own identities!!
this book is awesome
Read this one, since I could get it in Korea. Really fun, and I think this is the better than the other two I read
This book is so good. I could not put it down because I was so mesmerized into it. It's about these twins Payton and Emma.They both go to NYC. First Emma finds out she's going for a math competition--she's on math league. Then Payton finds out and then she tells Emma. Then Emma says " No, you're getting mixed up." Payton is going to see a play on broadway--she is in drama. Then they both realize that they are both going. The rest of the book is when they are in NYC. I HIGHLY recommend this book. :)