Books for Girls - Twins: Book 1: Swapped! by Katrina Kahler

Books for Girls 9-12: Twins is the exciting and suspenseful story of twelve year old Casey who unexpectedly finds herself face to face with a new girl named Ali Jackson, the latest addition to Casey's class at school.

Books for girls - twins: book 1: swapped!

Books for Girls 9-12: Twins is the exciting and suspenseful story of twelve year old Casey who unexpectedly finds herself face to face with a new girl named Ali Jackson, the latest addition to Casey's class at school. Usually it would be fun to have a new girl arrive. But not this time!

When Casey realizes that Ali looks exactly like her, she is not at all impressed. To make matters even worse, Casey's crush, a boy named Jake Hanley and the coolest boy in the grade, takes a sudden interest in Ali, and Casey becomes more annoyed than ever. 

"Who is she and why does she have my face?" This is one of the many questions that Casey asks and she is determined to find out the answer. However, she is not at all prepared for the outcome. 

Within a matter of days, her world as she once knew it is turned upside down and the decisions she makes lead to consequences beyond her control. 

Twins - Book 1: Swapped is a fabulous book for girls aged 9-12 and is certain to become a new favorite. School friendships, boy crushes, drama and excitement combine together to create a suspenseful and enjoyable story that you will not be able to put down.

Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Comics & Graphic Novels / General

Secondary Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Love & Romance

Language: English

Keywords: books for girls 9-12, girls books age 9 12, Julia Jones, friendship social skills and school life, girls books 9-12, Julia Jones Diary, diary books for girls

Word Count: 26931

Sales info:

#8,318 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

#76 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Comics & Graphic Novels > Graphic Novels
#157 in Books > Comics & Graphic Novels > Graphic Novels
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Sample text:

I rolled over in bed and blinked a few times until the red numbers on the clock on my bedside table formed. I blinked some more, the numbers not moving. But they didn’t make sense. It couldn’t be that late. The animated voice of my brother, Lucas, could be heard from the kitchen down the hall. I jolted awake. Lucas was never up before me. Normally, Mom had to drag him out of bed. I looked at the clock again, and it all made sense. Oh my gosh! The time wasn’t wrong. I was terribly late! Jumping out onto the floor, I sprinted down the hall to the kitchen. Lucas had his action figures on the table and was making them stomp all over the cereal box while exaggerated explosion sounds poured from his mouth. Mom was dressed in a pants suit and her hair was slicked back into a bun. She was pulling out file folders from her bag and placing them on the table. She had a meeting that morning. She always got up early for her meetings, why didn’t she bother to wake me? “It’s about time you were up,” she said without looking at me. “Mom! You were supposed to wake me up earlier!” “That’s what an alarm clock is for,” she said, continuing to organize the file folders on the table. I placed my hands on my hips. “I forgot to set it, I was up last night finishing the paper for Miss Halliday’s class.” She turned around to look at me, her brown eyes wide and unconcerned. “Well, that will teach you about responsibility.” I ground my teeth together. I wanted to argue more, but I didn’t even have enough time for that. Instead, I grumbled loudly enough for her to hear and ran back to my room. I only had ten minutes before the bus was scheduled to arrive. When I looked in my full-length mirror I could have screamed. My hair was a tangled brown mess atop my head, and my eyes were still sleepy. I resembled a zombie. 


Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

LanguageStatus
Dutch
Already translated. Translated by Anne Verhaert
Author review:
Anne did an awesome job on our translation. Follows instructions well and we'd love to work with her again.
French
Already translated. Translated by Claire Dupont
Author review:
Claire is an excellent translator! Thank you!
Italian
Already translated. Translated by Simona Trapani
Author review:
Simona has completed another fabulous translation. She is always very enthusiastic and professional. She also adheres to all timelines. Simona is great to work with and I recommend her highly for any translation work.
Portuguese
Already translated. Translated by DORIANE GAIA
Author review:
Doriane has done a fabulous job of translating this book. She is great to work with and I recommend her highly for any translation work.

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