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“Funny, insightful, and deeply moving...”

—Kerry Kennedy, author of Being Catholic Now

One and the Same
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One and the Same

My Life as an Identical Twin and What I've Learned About Everyone's Struggle to Be Singular

Praise for One and the Same

“I devoured it in two days...”
—suburstkissesrowena.com

“I observe my twins differently because of Abigail’s book...”
—motherhoodsquared

“There are many things to which I related...”
—Dr. Susan A. Treloar - University of Queensland, Australia

“One and the Same is a fresh alternative to traditional how-to guidebooks for parents expecting two or more.”
—Christina Tinglof

“...a MUST read not only for multiples themselves, but also for the parents who love them.”
—Lynda Haddon

“I was immediately drawn in...”
—Anna B

“It was exactly the kind of resource I needed....”
—reanbean.com

“Must-read for all Mothers of Multiples ”
—Ashley

“I could not put the book down”
—Amanda Dittlinger

“I expected to enjoy it...but I found it hard to put down.”
—Jayme on Tatertwins.com

“I cannot say enough good things about this book.”
—Amanda Nethero

“...Truly lent insight into the way in which twins themselves interact with the world”
—Kellie Asaro

“A page-turner chock-filled with information about twins ”
—Pamela Weinberg, author of bestselling parent guide: "City Baby"

“I devoured this book”
—Rochelle Cunningham

“Enchanting, fascinating....It's a wonderful book.”
—Lesley Stahl

“A great job of getting past the clichés of twinship and letting us see the real inner turmoil that can occur as twins each try to work out their journey to becoming a unique individual”
—Holly Scheuer

“This is more than journalism; it's a search for personal clarity.”
—Pete Croatto

“Painful honesty and scary insight.”
—Patricia Niemeyer

“Pogrebin's words seemed spot on...”
—Sarah Kliff

“This book about what it means to be a duplicate is smart and revealing and wise—and, well, singular. ”
—Sara Nelson

“...a touching, funny, smart book, written with considerable flair”
—Andrew Solomon, author of The Noonday Demon

“Funny, insightful, and deeply moving...”
—Kerry Kennedy, author of Being Catholic Now

“a witty and compassionate guide to the myths and science of twinship...”
—Honor Moore, author of The Bishop’s Daughter

“...beautifully captures the complex intriguing elements of identical twins’ unique joys and challenges”
—Nancy L. Segal, Ph.D.