Mean Girls: Book 6 - The Secret Bully by Katrina Kahler

Sixth book in the best selling Mean Girls series. Perfect for girls aged 9-12.

Mean girls: book 6 - the secret bully

Fantastic book for girls aged 9-12!

Sandy continues to be bullied...including some frightening episodes that go way beyond silly childhood teasing. Remmy tries to help her, despite being accused of being the bully by Sandy and Marcus.

The interschool athletics carnival gives Remmy and Charlie an opportunity to reconnect and this makes Remmy feel extremely happy. But the bullying of Sandy continues and brings stress into their home. Remmy introduces Sandy to her own list of how to be popular. Sandy makes an effort to change and is even kind towards Mike. Remmy is incredibly proud of her step-sister. But still, the bullying continues. The girls start to suspect that Sydney may have something to do with it and they set up a trap. 

Will the trap work or will it backfire?

Hope you enjoy Mean Girls Book 6! It's full of action and drama.

Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Readers / Intermediate

Secondary Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Social Issues / Bullying

Language: English

Keywords: books for girls aged 9-12, books for girls 9-12, girls books 9-12 , girls books ages 9-12 , bullying books for girls 9-12, books for girls 8-10, mean girls

Word Count: 23400

Sales info:

Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #16,214 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

#1 in Kindle Store > Books > Children's eBooks > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life > Stepfamilies
#300 in Books > Children's Books > Fiction > Family, Friends & Social Issues

Sample text:

Chapter One- Frightened

Sandy was feeling miserable. She felt like everyone, including Charlie, had turned against her and she didn’t like it, not one bit. They used to be such good friends before Remmy arrived and ruined everything.

She stood under the shower and let the warm water trickle over her skin. She found herself starting to relax but not completely. The fact someone was bullying her was constantly playing in the back of her head, like a silent movie. Track practice had been lame, she’d come last and of course, Remmy had zoomed past everyone and won without even breaking into a sweat. It wasn’t fair, none of this was fair!

Book translation status:

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

Already translated. Translated by Paola Cappanna
Author review:
Paola is a very enthusiastic translator and a pleasure to work with. She is thorough, adheres to timelines, and is easy to communicate with. We enjoy working with Paola!
Already translated. Translated by MARIA GLORIA GARCIA MENENDEZ
Author review:
Another great translation by Maria. She is always very reliable and efficient. Excellent to work with and highly recommended.

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