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The Parent Trap comes to the digital age!

When Ruth Quayle used a special app to search for pictures of herself online, she found dozens of images of "Ruth Quayle"and one of "Ruby Starling". When Ruby Starling gets a message from a Ruth Quayle proclaiming them to be long-lost twin sisters, she doesn't know what to do with it - until another message arrives the day after, and another one. It could be a crazy stalker...but she and this Ruth do share a birthday, and a very distinctive ear....

Ruth is an extroverted American girl. Ruby is a shy English one. As they investigate the truth of their birth and the circumstances of their separation, they also share lives full of friends, family, and possible romances - and they realize they each may be the sister the other never knew she needed.

Written entirely in emails, letters, Tumblr entries, and movie scripts, Finding Ruby Starling is the funny and poignant companion to Karen Rivers' The Encyclopedia of Me.

©2014 Karen Rivers (P)2014 Scholastic Inc.

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good but a warning Bout the book

Was a good book. however it can be a bit hard to follow as it is all written via emails exchange between caracters.