twin boys running down a sand dune holding hands

TWIN RESOURCES

Books for Adult Twins

Albi, Linda, Duerloo, D. F., Johnson, D., Catlin, D., & Greatwood, S. (1993).  Mothering Twins: from hearing the news to beyond the terrible twos. New York: Fireside.

Brandt, Raymond W. (2001).  Twin Loss. Leo, IN: Twinsworld Publishing Co.

Bryan, Elizabeth (1992).  Twins, Triplets and More. New York: St. Martin’s Press.

Case, Betty J. (2001).  Living Without Your Twin. Portland, Oregon: Tibbutt Publishing Company, Inc.

Friedrich, Elizabeth & Rowland, C. (1983).  The Parent’s Guide to Raising Twins. New York: St. Martin’s Griffin.

Ganz, Debra, Ganz, Lisa (1998).  The Book of Twins: A Celebration in Words and Pictures.  Delacorte Press.

Jackson, Donna (2001).  Twin Tales: the magic and mystery of multiple birth. New York: Little, Brown and Company.

Malmstrom, Patricia M., & Poland, J. (1999).  The art of parenting twins: the unique joys and challenges of raising twins and other multiples. New York: Skylight Press.  A comprehensive guide to raising twins. Covers parenting from birth well into older childhood

Pearlman, Eileen M., & Ganon, J. A. (2000).  Raising Twins. New York: HarperResource.  In addition to the dozens of chapters with valuable tips and advice from doctors and parents of twins, this reference material also offers numerous Q&A sessions with twins of all ages who try to describe that question that almost every twin has been asked over and over--what it is like to be a twin.

Segal, Nancy M. (1999).  Entwined lives: twins and what they tell us about human behavior. New York: Dutton.

Wright, Lawrence (1997).  Twins: and what they tell us about who we are. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.