Books for Girls - TWINS : Book 6 by Katrina Kahler

Moving On - Girls Books 9-12

In this exciting addition to the Twins series, the suspense continues on and Casey and Ali are now faced with emotional turmoil that they struggle to deal with, and each twin finds that she needs the support of her sister to cope.

Books for girls - twins : book 6

Twins - Book 6: Moving On...
In this exciting addition to the Twins series, the suspense continues on. Casey and Ali are now faced with emotional turmoil that they struggle to deal with, and each twin finds that she needs the support of her sister to cope. They also discover that previous choices have led to dire consequence and, they may be forced to pay the price. 

Will they be caught out once and for all? And what has become of Jake, the boy who each twin cannot stop thinking about? Is it possible for the girls to get the fairy tale ending that they secretly hope for? 

All these questions will be answered as the drama continues on, leading to the most suspenseful climax of all. This is another great book for girls and a fabulous addition to the series.

Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Love & Romance

Secondary Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Social Issues / Friendship

Language: English

Keywords: books for girls 9-12, girls books age 9 12, middle school books for girls, twins, girls books 9-12, Julia Jones Diary, diary books for girls

Word Count: 25400

Sales info:

#501,291 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

#3248 in Children's Books on Friendship
#11092 in Children's Friendship Books


Sample text:

The rumbling of the school bus numbed my entire body. I stared out the window at the dreary morning. Dark clouds blocked any sunlight, and the window was streaked with running water trails as the rain tumbled down onto the bus. It sounded like pebbles pecking at the roof, each one of them counting the passing seconds. Tick. Tick. Tick.

My eyelids were heavy from lack of sleep. Keeping with the gloomy mood, I thought of Ali and her family. It was hard to believe that it had only been a week since Ali’s mom had died. While I wanted to be there for Ali, there were a lot of arrangements to take care of, and my sister didn’t have time for me. She’d barely responded to my texts and the few phone calls we had shared were very short.

I hadn’t pushed to see her, but since she was my twin, I had the need to see her; more than anything. I wanted to support her and be there for her during this sad time in her life. For me, the loss of Ali’s mom, even though I’d known her only a short while, had opened up more emotions in the past week than I’d ever felt before. I had never experienced such overwhelming sadness; although I knew it must be minor in comparison to what Ali was feeling. I just wished she would share her feelings with me. Being around her always made me feel better, though maybe it wasn’t the same on her side.

The weather right then was the exact opposite of a few days earlier at the funeral. There, the sun had shone across a cloudless sky. It was bright and sunny, just like Ali’s mom. It was as though she were right there with us. The warmth of the sun reminded me of the feeling I’d had whenever she hugged me or gently caressed my face. At the time, she had thought I was Ali, but her love for her adopted daughter came through with a single touch. 


Book translation status:

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

LanguageStatus
Italian
Already translated. Translated by Simona Trapani
Author review:
Another great translation by Simona. Highly recommended as a translator.
Spanish
Translation in progress. Translated by Beatriz Panasiti

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