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Krull, Kathleen

Frenemies in the Family: Famous Brothers and Sisters Who Butted Heads and Had Each Other's Backs

(4) 4-6 Illustrated by Maple Lam. Krull describes how the good and bad relationships between fifteen sets of siblings helped shape their place in history. The book reads like a gossip column and consists of an odd assortment of famous people, from royals to conjoined twins to athletes. But it's also filled with interesting facts and context-setting grayscale cartoons that should engage readers. Bib., ind.


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