Diary of a Super Girl - Book 3 by Katrina Kahler, John Zakour

Diary of a Super Girl - Book 3 - The Power of Teamwork!: Books for Girls 9 -12...The third addition to this fun and exciting series, is full of more action, adventure and humor.

Diary of a super girl - book 3

Diary of a Super Girl - Book 3...The third addition to this fun and exciting series, is full of more action, adventure and humor, As always, it will keep you entertained through until the very end. 
Lia Strong discovers the power of teamwork and realizes that while being super is an amazing trait, with the help of others, she can accomplish so much more.
Diary of a Super Girl Book 3 will have you laughing as well as wondering what is going to happen next. It is a funny book for girls and a series that teaches many life lessons along the way. A fantastic series of books for girls ages 9-12.

Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Readers / Intermediate

Secondary Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Social Issues / Self-Esteem & Self-Reliance

Language: English

Keywords: diary books for girls, books for girls ages 9-12, girls books ages 7-9, intermediate readers, diary books for girls 9-12, girls books ages 9-12, books for girls ages 8-10

Word Count: 26023

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Sample text:

I leapt through the air. I spotted the huge ape bounding down the street carrying a big bag of jewels in one arm and a bunch of bananas in the other. Yeppers, this was not the way I envisioned starting my first morning of summer break. I wanted to be sleeping in a bit, at least until 10. Not chasing down a crazy gorilla that the police couldn’t stop. But this was my life now that I was super. I really shouldn’t complain; after all I probably am the strongest person on Earth. Like Mom tells me, with power comes responsibility. I just wish I could be responsible after a nice breakfast.  “Stop, Ape!” I shouted. Not really expecting him (or her) to listen. After all he (or she) was an ape. The ape stopped and turned to me. “Actually I’m a gorilla,” she said in a female voice.  I landed near the ape, ah gorilla. “Okay, fine,” I said. Had to admit to being surprised the big gorilla had responded.  The gorilla pointed to me. “You know, being a super hero, I think you should know these things!”  I shrugged. “Sorry, it’s summer break, my mind is on vacation. Plus, it’s not even 8 am!” The gorilla looked at a watch on her arm. “So it isn’t,” she laughed. “Like they say, the early gorilla robs the jewelry store and the grocery store and gets away!” I shook my head. “Ah, nobody says that….” The gorilla grinned and hopped up and down, itching her armpits. “Well they will now!” Looking over this strange gorilla I noticed she had a bandage around her head that seemed to be anchored to her temples by metallic disks. I guessed that these were what made this big gorilla not your average gorilla.”  I dropped my hands to my hips trying to look relaxed. By now the police had caught up with us and had positioned themselves all around. 

Book translation status:

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Already translated. Translated by Vinicius Peixoto
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