{Book Attraction} Twintuition: Double Vision by Tia Mowry, Tamera Mowry

Twintuition by Tia Mowry, Tamera MowryFrom actresses (and twins) Tia and Tamera Mowry comes the story of tween twins Cassie and Caitlyn, who move to small town Aura, Texas, and discover that they have a powerful gift—the ability to see things before they happen!

Cassie and Caitlyn Waters are identical twins, but the similarities stop there. Caitlyn is a glass-half-full type of girl, while Cassie always looks for the dark cloud behind the silver lining.

When their mother’s new job forces them to move from bustling San Antonio to middle-of-nowhere Aura, Caitlyn tries to stay positive, focusing on meeting new people and having new adventures. Cassie, on the other hand, is convinced that it’s only a matter of time until they’ll be sick of Aura and ready to move back to the big city.

But being the new kids isn’t the worst part of the move. As the girls’ birthday nears, they start experiencing strange visions—and what they see starts coming true! Then they both get a confusing vision that seems to show that something bad might happen to their mother, and the twins must work together to change the future before it can happen.
Release:4/21/15
Ages 8 to 12, Grades 3 to 7
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  1. The Jamison Twins, aka The Psychic Twins, actually coined the term “twintuition” in the ’90s. They starred in the ABC Nightline special “Beyond Belief: Twintuition” in 2011. Authors of two bestselling books, Separated at Earth: The Story of The Psychic Twins​ and Psychic Intelligence on Amazon, these futuristas famously predicted 9/11, the Boston bombings, and 1,200 other major world headlines since 1997 on international TV and radio shows.

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