Books for Girls - Twins: Book 3: The Truth by Katrina Kahler

Books for Girls 9-12: Twins Book 3, The Truth...continues the suspenseful story of Casey and Ali, the two look-alike girls who find out they are identical twins and have been separated at birth.

Books for girls - twins: book 3: the truth

Books for Girls 9-12: Twins Book 3, The Truth...continues the suspenseful story of Casey and Ali, the two look-alike girls who find out they are identical twins and have been separated at birth. This book is probably the most exciting and emotional one of the series so far!

What are the consequences of the girls' decision to swap places? Are they forced to reveal the truth and what are the repercussions if they do? And what is the result when both girls develop a crush on Jake Hanley, the best looking boy in their grade? You will find out the answers to all of these questions and be captivated from start to finish. 

This is another fabulous book for girls and for anyone who enjoys a suspenseful action-packed read, complete with friendship issues, sibling rivalry, boy crushes and lots, lots more! A great story for 9 - 12 year old girls!

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: 24428

Sales info:

#31,998 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

#80 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Children's eBooks > Comics & Graphic Novels
#387 in Books > Children's Books > Comics & Graphic Novels

Sample text:

Grandma Ann’s question echoed in my head. Do you have something you want to tell me? I should have stayed in bed that morning. At least if I’d waited for Lucas and my mother to wake up, Grandma Ann wouldn’t have confronted me. I had a feeling she knew I wasn’t Casey. I had accidentally revealed the heart-shaped birthmark on my shoulder on the way to take a shower. Why hadn’t I been more careful? My love for sleeveless shirts put me in this situation. I only had one more day before Casey and I swapped back and here I was about to ruin it. Her eyes kept darting between my eyes and my shoulder. I’d put on a t-shirt with sleeves after my shower. With one slight lift of the fabric, I’d be found out. My stomach churned, partly empty but mostly with nerves. If I told her the truth—that I was Ali, and Casey had been at my house all weekend—what would she say? Would she demand Casey come back to the house? Or would she be happy to meet her long-lost granddaughter? I’d had the best weekend with my real family, I didn’t want that to go away just yet. “Casey?” Grandma Ann asked. I swallowed. “No, I don’t have anything I want to tell you.” “Are you sure?” Grandma Ann asked firmly. I’d already lied the entire weekend about my identity. It was different being face to face with an accusation, but I had to stick with the plan for one more day. “Yes, I’m sure. Why do you think I have something to tell you?” “I saw your shoulder this morning, Casey,” she said. I noticed the tone in how she said Casey’s name. It was like she already knew I was a phony and wanted me to admit it. I tried to pretend I had no idea what she was referring to. I lifted the sleeve off my shoulder—the one without the birthmark.


Book translation status:

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

Already translated. Translated by Anne Verhaert
Author review:
Anne is very reliable and great to work with. We can recommend her highly for translation work.
Already translated. Translated by Simona Trapani
Author review:
Excellent translator
Already translated. Translated by JULIA MOTA
Author review:
Julia is a fabulous person to work with. She is extremely thorough and careful with her translation, eager to do a professional job and create the best translation possible. She is easy to communicate with and adheres to deadlines. It has been a pleasure to have Julia translate my book and I can recommend her very highly. I look forward to her next translation of my work.
Already translated. Translated by Hivenly Fernandez
Author review:
Hivenly did a fabulous job of translating this book. We can recommend her as a translator, she is very reliable and efficient.

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