The New Girl: Book 2 - A Whole New Dilemma by Katrina Kahler

Books for Girls

The twins’ new neighbor, Alexa, is uncertain of her future, and she struggles to find her place in her new world.

The new girl: book 2 - a whole new dilemma

The New Girl - Book 2: A Whole New Dilemma
The twins’ new neighbor, Alexa, is uncertain of her future, and she struggles to find her place in her new world. The twins decide to give Alexa a second chance, but due to an unexpected reaction from Casey, the situation spirals out of control.

Caught up in Ronnie’s troublesome behavior, Alexa isn’t prepared for what eventuates. Will she be influenced by Ronnie? Or will she manage to stand her ground and make her own decisions as she had originally planned? And when confronted with a whole new dilemma, how will Alexa respond?

You’ll have to read to the end of the book to find out what eventuates for the new girl who has rocked the twins’ world. It’s another fabulous book for girls and all fans of the Twins series.

Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Love & Romance

Secondary Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Social Issues / Bullying

Language: English

Keywords: tween books for girls ages 11-14, books for girls 9-12, girls books 9-12, Twins, teenage books for girls, friendship social skills and school life, diary books for girls

Word Count: 23992

Sales info:

 #37,703 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

#65 in Children's Books on Bullies
#110 in Children's Bullies Issues Books

Sample text:

Ronnie knew all about the twins’ background and seemed eager to share every detail. We’d just left the classroom, and she was giving me a quick tour of the building. With each step she took, she spilled out more and more information. When we stopped by the bathroom on our way out to the courtyard, she took advantage of the empty space. Her rant continued. It was like a floodgate had opened, and an endless stream of gossip was rushing out. After a few minutes, she realized the stall at the far end was occupied, and she lowered her voice to a whisper before dragging me back out into the hallway. The story was like something from a movie, and I struggled to take it all in. When I learned Mrs. Jackson had decided to give Ali away at birth, I could hardly believe what I was hearing. How had she chosen which baby to keep? Did she just say, “Eeny, meeny, miny, moe” Surely, it couldn’t have been as simple as that? Was there something about Casey that her mother preferred? Did Ali cry more? Or was Casey easier to manage? How did their mom make a choice? It was impossible to comprehend. Then again, my mother didn’t want me either. Even though Ali was now reunited with her birth mom, could Ali and I have more in common than I thought?  Ronnie claimed she suspected something from the beginning. “When Ali walked into our classroom on her first day, I knew she and Casey were related!” Ronnie threw her hands in the air dramatically as she spoke. “It was sooo noticeable. They looked so alike!” “It must have been freaky,” I replied as I tried to picture the scene. “It was reaaaally freaky, especially when Ali wore her hair loose. That was when there was no denying it!” “I can’t believe their parents kept it from them!” I struggled to process the details. 




Book translation status:

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

Already translated. Translated by Barbara Ricci
Author review:
Barbara can be recommended as a translator. She is reliable and efficient. It is a pleasure to work with her.
Already translated. Translated by Beatriz Panasiti
Author review:
Another great translation by Beatriz. She is always very enthusiastic and thorough. Bea is a pleasure to work with and we can recommend her very highly.

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