Books about twins: For twin mums, dads & siblings

Get an overview of different books about twins. Go through a list of twin books targeted to mothers of twins, fathers of twins, siblings of twins and twins themselves.

By Kate Phillipa Clark

There are quite a few books about twins to choose from. Depending on whether you’re a mother of twins, father of twins, sibling of twins or a twin yourself, we’ve made a list with a few ideas. If you’ve got a great book about twins you’d like to share with us, please let us know in the comment field below this article.


Books about twins – for mum

Find out what to expect during pregnancy, delivery, being admitted to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), and taking your babies home with you. Get advice on breastfeeding twins and how to care for two newborns. Read about infant and toddler stages and raising twins after the first year.




Books about twins – for dad

Learn more about twin pregnancy and what your partner is going through being pregnant with twins. Read about twin birth and the first few years with twin toddlers. Find out how to juggle work and family and keep balance in your personal life with twins. Read about parenting and how to encourage individuality in your twins.




Children’s books about twins

Sometimes it’s nice to see yourself and your twin reflected in books. These books about different sets of twins can be the basis of a chat about what it’s like to be a twin, and how the outside world reacts to them. Read about being a twin and having a twin sibling. Go on adventures with fraternal and identical twins.



Children’s books about twins – for siblings

Prepare older siblings for what life is going to be like when you bring home twins from the hospital. Read about girls and boys who become big sisters and brothers to twins, how they cope with their mothers hospital stay and what it might be like at home with the addition of twins.






About the Author

Kate Phillipa Clark

Kate Phillipa Clark has a bachelor in Journalism and an Executive Master in Corporate Communication. She is an identical twin and so is her father.


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