Long story why, but I want to laminate cherry drawer fronts with shaker type overlay to maple dovetail drawer bodies. This is not the common "screw the separate drawer front to the drawer box" but an approximation of the traditional shaker 3/8" overlay with rounded front, with the back 3/8" of the drawer front holding the half blind dovetails.
My concern is laminating 3/8 inch thick wood of different species together...maple and cherry. Are the coefficients of expansion, etc., with temperature and humidity close enough that they won't split apart or warp? Or am I asking for trouble? (I do it a lot with veneer, but in that case the veneer isn't strong enough to split the underlying wood. I have also done it with nice figured walnut laminated to not-pretty walnut without problem, but this time I want to mix species)
If I do go ahead with it, would you suggest PVA "yellow" glue to allow a little creep, or plastic resin glue for a harder glue line - the kind of glue I would use with bent laminations or veneer.