Two Kids is about two kids. But it is much more than that. DC meets Rob at a birthday party. (DC is a girl). She was dressed to impress kids with a flourescent yellow shirt on. She is taller than most kids which can be quite embarrassing at times. BUT, she runs into one short guy that she is attracted to, and their friendship quickly blossoms. Unfortunately, they part ways and don't see each other for quite some time.
Ever have one of those lives where it seems everything that could possibly go wrong does? That happens for DC and Rob, as they are living their separate lives. Friends moved, family death, grief, and growing up are all described in great detail. This book is written more for kids as there are texting abbreviations that all kids are familiar with, teenage fodder, and sibling rivalry. Eventually DC and Rob get back together, so that is good!
The author is excellent at explaining funny scenes. There were a few true to life scenes, as I have been pooped on by birds flying over my head before. (A flock of geese flew over me as I sat on a chair in the garden. Bad...) There is more than one perspective as there are multiple narrators in the story. I believe that boys and girls will both like Two Kids.
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