The Secret - Book 3: Mind Power: (Diary Book for Girls Aged 9-12) by Katrina Kahler

The Secret - Book 3: Mind Power is a fabulous sequel to this series.

The secret - book 3: mind power: (diary book for girls aged 9-12)

The Secret - Book 3: Mind Power is a fabulous sequel to this series. Once again, it includes all the elements of a great story that will keep you in suspense and wondering what is going to happen next. 

Tess is determined to stick by Sam but is she able to follow through with her promise and at what cost? Will Sam be able to manage the self-control necessary to keep his secret intact? 

These questions and many more will be answered in this fabulous book for girls, one that you are sure to be captivated by and find yourself unable to put down. 

Another exciting story of drama, friendship and loyalty that is tested right through until the very end!

Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Social Issues / Emotions & Feelings

Secondary Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Readers / Intermediate

Language: English

Keywords: books for girls ages 9-12, books for girls, julia jones, StorytellerUK2017, girls book, mind reader, diary books for girls

Word Count: 23046

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Sample text:

What struck me more than the terrified look on Jake’s face, was the calm manner in which Sam was standing there staring back at me. Rather than a mask of rage, which was what I would have expected to find, Sam’s expression was quite the opposite. It was as though he were in a trance of some sort, and he appeared to have no sense of what was going on around him. At the same time, Jake was cowering in a corner of the shed, not daring to move a muscle. Glancing upwards, I noticed a variety of tools and sports equipment hovering high in the air above Jake’s head, and that was when I understood his fear. Apart from the usual balls and hoops and other harmless items that are kept in a school sports shed, there were also other things floating there, equipment that was much more dangerous. Without saying a word, Sam turned in Jake’s direction, and as if responding to his silent commands, the equipment began to swoop and dive just missing Jake’s head by mere inches. I watched in horror as a javelin spear suddenly whipped into the air and flew at lightning speed towards him. Covering his face with his arms, he pushed himself further into the corner, desperately trying to avoid the weapon that was heading his way. “SAM!!!!” I screamed loudly, “STOP!!!!” Distracted by the sound of my voice, Sam’s concentration faltered, and the javelin spear fell harmlessly onto the concrete floor at Jake’s feet. All the other items dropped to the floor as well. And when I looked at Sam again, he appeared dazed and shaken. I shook my head in dismay. “Sam, what are you doing? This is crazy!! You could have killed him!” Taking advantage of the disruption, Jake jumped to his feet and rushed towards the door, managing to step past me rather than passing anywhere near Sam. I only caught a fleeting glance of the fear in his eyes as he raced outside. 


Book translation status:

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Already translated. Translated by Anna Vanti
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Anna is a very thorough translator who is reliable, punctual and takes great care with her work. She is very easy to communicate with and has a professional attitude and work ethic. It has been a great pleasure working with Anna. I can recommend her very highly for any translation work and I look forward to Anna translating more of my books.
Already translated. Translated by Chiara Benedettini
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Chiara has completed another fabulous translation. She is very reliable and a pleasure to work with. I can recommend Chiara highly as a translator.
Already translated. Translated by Daniele Cunha
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Daniele is a great translator, easy to work with and follows instructions. Thank you!
Already translated. Translated by Beatriz Serrano
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