Cover Characteristic: Brothers & Sisters

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Cover Characteristic is a weekly meme hosted by Sugar & Snark. This week's theme was brothers and sisters.


The Bad Beginning (A Series of Unfortunate Events, #1) by Lemony Snicket

Are you made fainthearted by death? Does fire unnerve you? Is a villain something that might crop up in future nightmares of yours? Are you thrilled by nefarious plots? Is cold porridge upsetting to you? Vicious threats? Hooks? Uncomfortable clothing?

It is likely that your answers will reveal A Series of Unfortunate Events to be ill-suited for your personal use. A librarian, bookseller, or acquaintance should be able to suggest books more appropriate for your fragile temperament. But to the rarest of readers we say, "Proceed, but cautiously."

Dinosaurs Before Dark (Magic Tree House, #1) by Mary Pope Osborne

Where did the tree house come from?

Before Jack and Annie can find out, the mysterious tree house whisks them to the prehistoric past. Now they have to figure out how to get home. Can they do it before dark... or will they become a dinosaur’s dinner?

The First Horror (99 Fear Street: The House of Evil, #1) by R.L. Stine

Twin sisters, Cally and Kody Frasier aren't thrilled to have moved to Fear Street. They've heard the strange stories and know about the centuries of terror, but what they don't know is that they've moved into the one house that even their neighbours on Fear Street are too scared to enter.

The Power of Two (T*witches, #1) by H.B Gilmour and Randi Reisfield

Twins. Witches. Exactly.

Camryn and Alex are identical twins -- and witches -- but they haven't always known that. Separated at birth and taken from their witch parents, the two girls have grown up on opposite sides of the country, and with opposite attitudes: Cam is preppy and popular, Alex is punky and brooding. When a chance encounter brings them together at 13, they discover their shared magical powers, and learn how to put those powers to use to solve mysteries, and save a life. But will they ever learn the truth about their past?


Claudia and Mean Janine (The Baby-sitters Club, #7) by Ann M. Martin

Fighting with her genius older sister, Claudia is furious when Janine criticizes the Baby-sitters Club and otherwise makes her feel inferior, but when Grandmother Mimi has a stroke, the sisters must bury the hatchet.

January Joker (Calendar Mysteries, #1) by Ron Roy

When Bradley Pinto wakes up in the night to strange lights in his backyard, he wonders if there are aliens in town. When he sees three-toed tracks in the snow, he's sure of it. His twin, Brian, and friends Lucy and Nate aren't so certain. But then Lucy's cousin Dink, the twins' brother Josh, and Nate's sister Ruth Rose all disappear. Are there really aliens in Green Lawn? And where could they be taking Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose?

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