Stories in Two Voices
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    • Armstrong, Jennifer. Steal Away, alternates between three voices, actually.
    • Boock, Paula. dare,truth, or promise
    • Burgess, Melvin. Smack (various voices)
    • Dickinson, Peter. A Bone from the Dry Sea is told from two points of view, that of a modern day female on an archeological dig and a prehistoric female. Great book.
    • Dubois, Muriel. _Abenaki Captive_ alternates between two point-of-view characters, the historical John Stark and a (fictional) young Abenaki warrior.
    • Fleischman, Paul _Mind's Eye_, which is almost readers' theater.
    • Fleischman, Paul. Bull Run by Paul Fleischman which has 16 different voices
    • Glenn, Mel. _Who Killed Mr. Chippendale_, _The Taking of Room 114_, _Foreign Exchange_, etc. use poems to give voice to many of the characters involved.
    • Kroll, Virginia. Making Up Megaboy (various voices)
    • Kurtz, Jane _Storyteller's Beads_ is very effectively written in two voices.
    • Myers, Walter Dean. Monster
    • Nolan, Han. If I Should Die Before I Wake (told by Chana in the Lodz ghetto and Hilary, a present day NeoNazi
    • Pinkney, Andrea. Silent Thunder
    • Smith, Charles R. Loki and Alex, alternates between dog and young african american boy
    • Spinelli, Jerry. Who Put That Hair in My Toothbrush? -- slightly older book that alternates between two voices -- in this case,between siblings
    • Yolen, Jane and Bruce Coville. Armageddan Summer.