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One is a very touching book. It is about a pair of conjoined twins; Tippi and Grace. At the start of the book, they are being home-schooled, but they decide they must venture into almost a normal life by going to school. At school they meet two people who become their friends, Jon and Yasmeen, who treat them as humans not as animals. As the book progresses, Tippi and Grace discover that they are not as similar as they think and daily tasks become even more challenging with the differences between them.
I find this book very relating as the struggles they face are very similar to those of what an identical twin faces (I am an identical twin).


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