Julia Jones' Diary - Book 2 - My Secret Bully by Katrina Kahler

A diary book for girls aged 9 - 12 about friendship, bullying and learning to stand up for yourself, Book 2 in the series.

Julia jones' diary - book 2 - my secret bully

Julia is a regular 12 year old girl who loves dancing and being with her friends at school...that is until Sara Hamilton comes along and then everything changes. 

She's never had to deal with mean girls and bullies before and certainly not someone who tries to humiliate and upset her every chance she gets. Julia feels that she has no one to turn to for help and has to deal with Sara all on her own. 
The question is, will she be able to overcome Sara? Or will Sara rule her world? 

This book is a real life adventure full of suspense that shows how to deal with bullies and stand up for yourself. It's a great book for young girls! You are sure to find this a very exciting and inspiring story. 

Another fabulous diary book for girls that will inspire all young readers. 

About the Author:

Katrina Kahler is a World-Class educator who has been nominated for the National Inspirational Teaching Award. She is the co-author of a Parenting series, which include a variety of books that will assist parents in raising happy, confident and successful children. She is a highly experienced school teacher, speaker and parenting adviser and her passion involves helping kids to reach their full potential...academically, socially and personally.

Katrina's fiction books for children include Diary of a Horse Mad Girl (a series of 5 books), Bella (another horse series) and the Julia Jones series. These books deal with the emotional traumas that young girls experience...friendship problems, bullying...and the stories teach young children to be more confident and positive. The books suit children aged from 9 to 13.

Teaching thousands of young children to read, spell and write has given Katrina the knowledge and skills to produce a series of Early Readers for children aged from 2 to 6. These simple books with repeated text, pictures to aid comprehension and prediction skills, sight words and parent advice, will help your child to become a fluent and confident reader. What an advantage your child will have when you download these books for them. Watch their confidence and interest in reading blossom.

She lives on the beautiful Sunshine Coast in Queensland Australia with her husband, two wonderful teenagers and two very affectionate and friendly pets, a golden retriever and a ginger cat. Up until recently Katrina lived on a 10 acre property and her daughter and son enjoyed the country lifestyle with horses and motorcycles. From these experiences Katrina has written a series of books on their true life experiences. Diary of a Horse Mad Girl (5 books in the series) and Diary of a Motorcycle Crazy Boy are the result, with many readers falling in love with Katrina's family's adventures. 

Her mission in life is to help as many children as possible to grow up to be happy, confident and successful. 

Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Social Issues / Bullying

Secondary Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Comics & Graphic Novels / General

Language: English

Keywords: books for girls ages 9 -12, girls books, diary of an almost cool girl, friendship, books for girls age 11-13, diary of a horse mad girl, bullying, friends, bullying romance, books for girls age 9 11, Julia Jones

Word Count: 15 260

Sales info:

This series of 5 books sells extremely well and this is the second book in the series. Great reviews.

UK Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #857 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

#1 in Kindle Store > Books > Children's eBooks > Comics & Graphic Novels
#2 in Books > Children's Books > Comics & Graphic Novels
#7 in Kindle Store > Books > Children's eBooks > Literature & Fiction > Science Fiction, Fantasy & Scary Stories


USA Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,211 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

#1 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Children's eBooks > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > Bullies
#17 in Books > Children's Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > Bullies
#34 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Children's eBooks > Comics & Graphic Novels


Germany (English version) Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #10.177 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

Nr. 1 in Kindle-Shop > eBooks > Fremdsprachige eBooks > Englische eBooks > Kinder- & Jugendbücher > Soziale Themen > Mobbing
Nr. 2 in Kindle-Shop > eBooks > Fremdsprachige eBooks > Englische eBooks > Comics, Mangas & Graphic Novels > Kinder-Comics
Nr. 3 in Fremdsprachige Bücher > Jugendbücher > Soziale Themen > Mobbing

Sample text:

I could hear a piercing scream but the scene was so surreal that I felt almost sure the sound was coming from someone else and not me. The terror I felt in that moment was like nothing I’d ever experienced before and seemed to engulf me in a fear so suffocating that I found it difficult to breathe.

“How can this be happening?” I thought. “How can Sara have done this to me?” The vision of her face flashed quickly through my mind and even then, I could feel the evil that seemed to pour from every part of her.

Blood oozed from a deep gash on my hand and my pulse was racing so wildly I thought my heart would explode. “What if I bleed to death?” was all I could think as I banged harder on the tightly closed shed door. “LET ME OUT!” I screamed for what seemed like the millionth time and my voice grew croaky and hoarse. So much so that I was convinced this was the end. No one was coming to save me.

With a last ditch attempt, I shoved once more on the wooden door and to my utter surprise, it abruptly flew open. As I regained my balance, I stood still for a moment, in shock that I had managed to escape. And then I started to run.

Blindly, I raced through the dense bush land and felt so grateful at least, for the moon that shone down giving me the light I needed to find my way. Not that I had a clue in which direction I should be heading, but I knew I had to keep moving.  The cut on my hand was bad and the faster I ran, the faster the blood seemed to flow.

Book translation status:

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

Translation in progress.
Already translated. Translated by Brigit de Haas
Author review:
Bianca is a fabulous translator. Highly recommended for any translation work.
Already translated. Translated by Gaëlle Guilleaume
Author review:
Another great translation by Gaëlle. A highly recommended translator.
Already translated. Translated by Anja Ritter and Carolin Veiland
Author review:
Anja has completed another quality translation. She continues to be very professional and very easy to communicate with. It is a pleasure working with Anja and I recommend her highly for all translation work.
Already translated. Translated by Cecilia Metta
Author review:
Cecilia has completed another very professional translation. Already readers are commenting on her work and asking for the next book in the series which is proof of how excellent Cecilia's translation is. She is also very easy to communicate with and a pleasure to work with. I can thoroughly recommend Cecilia for any translation work whatsoever!
Already translated. Translated by Júlia Freitas Polachini
Author review:
Julia has done an excellent job with this translation. She is extremely easy to communicate with and takes pride in her work. It has been a pleasure working with Julia and I recommend her highly as a translator.
Already translated. Translated by Claudia Diaz

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