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9781945891212 - Michelle St. Claire: A Tale of Two Brothers - Book
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Michelle St. Claire (?):

A Tale of Two Brothers (2017) (?)

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ISBN: 9781945891212 (?) or 1945891211, in english, Smashwords Edition, Smashwords Edition, Smashwords Edition, New, ebook, digital download

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It is the happiest of times. It is the bluest of times. It is the promise of love. It is the dread of the future. It is two teen brothers caught in the middle of a tragic divorce. Willard and Charles Dareem slam their bedroom door to shut out the vicious bickering echoing from their parents' bedroom. The brothers sink into an uneasy quiet, each one engulfed in a mindless preoccupation. Willard, his books. Charles, his music. Twins by birth, Willard and Charles are identical in features, height, weight, and even voice. Their childhood is filled with stories of faithful loyalty and sappy brotherly love. Walking alike. Thinking alike. Loving alike. Yet the cloud of division looms overhead, promising to separate them forever. Willard eyes the break-up nervously. He knows mother plans to leave their island home for America. She often talks of the American paved roads and slick tall buildings. The endless shops. The big houses. The American schools that are far better than the small island academies. Mother wants to take Willard with her. The smart one, she calls him. But not Charles. Charles, the free one, is to stay with father. He is to remain within the confines of the stifling tropical heat and a half-empty bedroom. He is to live with father and continue father's legacy of fish farming for the local market. The brothers try to maintain their unflappable unity, but the family drama seeps into their bond causing a temporary rift. Willard and Charles fight dreadfully, almost undoing years of brotherly formation. Ever so small seeds of hate are quietly planting in their hearts as the hostility continues. Then a change comes through an unlikely occurrence. The Dareem brothers soon find a way to reconcile despite the frustrations of their new realities.
Seller order number: 7d6ef7e1-73d5-499c-9db6-3ef2bd3be72d
Platform order number Kobobooks.com: 100179781945891212
Category: Kids
Keywords: A Tale of Two Brothers Michelle St. Claire Fiction Kids 9781945891212
Data from 07/17/2017 19:39h
ISBN (alternative notations): 1-945891-21-1, 978-1-945891-21-2
9781945891212 - Michelle St. Claire: A Tale of Two Brothers (Beautifully Unbroken Book 7) - Book
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Michelle St. Claire (?):

A Tale of Two Brothers (Beautifully Unbroken Book 7) (2017) (?)

Delivery from: United States of AmericaBook is in english languageNew bookeBook, e-Book, digital bookproduct for digital download

ISBN: 9781945891212 (?) or 1945891211, in english, 133 pages, May 3rd Books, Inc. New, ebook, digital download

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It is the happiest of times. It is the bluest of times. It is the promise of love. It is the dread of the future. It is two teen brothers caught in the middle of a tragic divorce. Willard and Charles Dareem slam their bedroom door to shut out the vicious bickering echoing from their parents’ bedroom. The brothers sink into an uneasy quiet, each one engulfed in a mindless preoccupation. Willard, his books. Charles, his music.Twins by birth, Willard and Charles are identical in features, height, weight, and even voice. Their childhood is filled with stories of faithful loyalty and sappy brotherly love. Walking alike. Thinking alike. Loving alike. Yet the cloud of division looms overhead, promising to separate them forever. Willard eyes the break-up nervously. He knows mother plans to leave their island home for America. She often talks of the American paved roads and slick tall buildings. The endless shops. The big houses. The American schools that are far better than the small island academies.Mother wants to take Willard with her. The smart one, she calls him. But not Charles. Charles, the free one, is to stay with father. He is to remain within the confines of the stifling tropical heat and a half-empty bedroom. He is to live with father and continue father’s legacy of fish farming for the local market.The brothers try to maintain their unflappable unity, but the family drama seeps into their bond causing a temporary rift. Willard and Charles fight dreadfully, almost undoing years of brotherly formation. Ever so small seeds of hate are quietly planting in their hearts as the hostility continues.Then a change comes through an unlikely occurrence. The Dareem brothers soon find a way to reconcile despite the frustrations of their new realities., Kindle Edition, Format: Kindle eBook, Label: May 3rd Books, Inc. May 3rd Books, Inc. Product group: eBooks, Published: 2017-05-21, Release date: 2017-05-21, Studio: May 3rd Books, Inc.
Platform order number Amazon.com: B071747NLS
Keywords: Books, Children's Books, Growing Up & Facts of Life, Family Life, Marriage & Divorce, Christian, Dramas & Plays, Historical, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Poetry, Romance, Urban, Women's Fiction, Literature & Fiction, United States, African American, Adoption, Alternative Family, Multigenerational, New Baby, Orphans & Foster Homes, Parents, Siblings, Stepfamilies, Teen & Young Adult, Social & Family Issues, Kindle Store, Kindle eBooks, Children's eBooks
Data from 07/17/2017 19:39h
ISBN (alternative notations): 1-945891-21-1, 978-1-945891-21-2

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