Interest LevelReading LevelReading A-ZATOSWord Count
Grades 4 - 8Grades 3 - 5n/a4.739471
A unique story of separated twins and the unexpected consequences of their reunion.

Sunny Skyland longs to be reunited with her twin sister, Starr. With only an old photograph, taken a few days before the girls were separated at age three, to guide her, Sunny begins the cross-country journey that she has dreamed of during her ten years in various foster homes. Sunny manages to locate her twin, only to be faced with a whole new challenge.

Award-winning author Peg Kehret combines suspense and action with reflections on the true meaning of family as Sunny learns that sometimes we must let go of our dreams in order to embrace a different, better future.

Hardcover, 208 pages
Published on October 15, 2009 by Dutton Books for Young Readers
ISBN-10: 0525421777
ISBN-13: 9780525421771
37 Book Reviews
  • dino123456
    dino1234567 months55 stars
    I LOVE it AMAZING
    • dino123456
      dino1234566 months55 stars
      I love it you don't want to stop reading and it is a very good book and I love that she doesn't give up even though its hard
    • vbell6589
      vbell6589almost 2 years55 stars
      In my opinion, I really liked runaway twin. One reason why is because the girl has a big journey. Another reason why is because she will do anything to find her sister.  *****SPOILER ALERT*****  The last reason why is in a part she finds a big bag of money but asks anyone if it is theirs before taking it. My favorite part is she is she is adopted and she runs away to find her sister but doesn't tell her mom. You might like this book if you like mystery books. You should read this book because it makes you want to keep reading the book.
      • girl01
        girl01about 5 years
        This book inspired me to follow my dreams and never to let anybody stop me.I loved how she never gave up and never turned back on any thing that came her way (tornado or the dog). Also i loved how the book never stopped engaging me. The last thing that I want to say is the first page that I read hooked and that is what engaged me to keep reading.
        • candylove
          candyloveabout 6 years33 stars
          Great plot, but lacks the feeling. There was a little bit of feeling, but it wasn't very prominent. It's a great story, but I don't think the interest level is grades 4-8. I think it should be more like 3-5. That sounds more accurate. It's TOTALLY not the appropriate level of reading for an eighth grader. I read this about 6 months ago as a read-aloud, and it was much, much easier to comprehend than any book (other than picture books) that I had read in the past two years. 3 stars for me.
          • 221about 6 years
            this is a really good book
            • 2213
              2213about 6 years
              REALLY GOOD BOOK!!!!!!!!
              • rafael1
                rafael1over 6 years
                I want to read it because i read her other story, stolen children its a good book i want to read it this one. She is a very good author.
                • lnjhsjjsalmost 7 years
                  Found this on a bookshelf and loved it! Good read! I never lost any interest. Ending is he best!
                  • hbraga
                    hbragaalmost 7 years55 stars
                    I really liked the details.
                    • claym
                      Ms. Clayabout 7 years
                      This book is about a girls search for her twin sister. Bella thought it was good.