I Shrunk My Best Friend! - Book 1 - Ooops!: Books for Girls Ages 9-12 by Katrina Kahler, John Zakour

Bella and her best friend, Joe are two very smart kids who spend every spare minute together.

I shrunk my best friend! - book 1 - ooops!: books for girls ages 9-12

Books for Girls ages 9-12: I Shrunk My Best Friend... 
Bella and her best friend, Joe are two very smart kids who spend every spare minute together. One day, they devise a plan, a plan that is going to make them super rich and super famous. It is such a great plan that they’ll be able to skip school and even have their own TV show! What could be better than that? 

However, this particular plan does not go ahead the way Bella and Joe had hoped, and they quickly find themselves faced with a huge problem; one that they are unable to solve on their own. Then when Bella’s secret crush at school becomes involved, things begin to get very interesting. 

From start to finish, this is a very funny book that will keep you laughing as well as trying to guess what is going to happen next. 
A great book for girls and also a great book for boys. In fact, it is a fabulous story for anyone who enjoys funny books. Perfect for kids ages 9-12, this story will keep you entertained from the very beginning!

Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Comics & Graphic Novels / General

Secondary Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Science & Technology

Language: English

Keywords: books for girls ages 9-12, girls books ages 11-14, girls books ages 10-12, books for kids, books for girls ages 8-10, girls books ages 9-12, books for kids age 9 12

Word Count: 24077

Sales info:

#34,757 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

#32 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Children's eBooks > Science, Nature & How It Works
#94 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Children's eBooks > Comics & Graphic Novels
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Sample text:

NO…you’ve gotta be kidding me! This is terrible! No, worse than terrible, it was like terrible multiplied to the max. I stared down at my best friend, Joe, as he looked helplessly back at me with his arms crossed. The frown on his face said: The funny thing was, everything about him was exactly as it had been just a few seconds earlier. Except there was one HUGE difference. And this difference was seriously major humongous. You may think I’m exaggerating, but nope, I’m not. This was a big bad oops. It was also definitely not what either of us had been expecting. First of all, Joe shouldn’t even still be in the room. He should be back in medieval times, watching knights in shining armor battle each other with cool swords and shields. And I was supposed to be there with him. But I was more interested in seeing a real princess and a unicorn. That had been our plan. But you know what they say, the best-laid plans can go astray. And to tell the truth, looking back at it now, this may not have been one of our better plans. As I stared down at my tiny, miniature friend, I could see we really should have thought this out a bit more. “Oops, I guess this wasn’t a time machine after all,” I shouted to Joe. “Yeah, kind of figured that out,” Joe told me. “And no need to shout! I’m tiny, not deaf.” “Right,” I said, looking down at him. I knew if we put our heads together we could find a way out of this. We were so convinced that we could get my mom’s time machine to work. We’d become obsessed with it, and had spent every spare afternoon and weekend working on it. Thinking back, maybe we were a bit too anxious. But you can’t blame us! I mean who could resist the lure of traveling back in time?

Book translation status:

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

Already translated. Translated by François Reiher
Author review:
François is a very enthusiastic translator who takes great care with his work to ensure an accurate translation. He is a pleasure to work with and I can recommend him highly as a translator.
Already translated. Translated by Barbara Antonello
Author review:
Barbara has done a wonderful job translating this book. She is easy to communicate with and I highly recommend her as a translator.
Already translated. Translated by Daiana Kirschner
Author review:
Great translator! Thank you Daiana.
Already translated. Translated by Cecilia Belén García Checa
Author review:
Cecilia completed an excellent translation of my book. She is very thorough in her work and easy to communicate with, always taking a very professional approach. I recommend Cecilia highly as a translator and look forward to working with her again!

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