Secrets: You Tell Me Yours and I'll Tell You Mine Maybe

Secrets You Tell Me Yours and I ll Tell You Mine Maybe Following on the heels of the best selling book The Truth SECRETS is the continuing diary of a girl moving into her teen age years The Girl has plenty to fill her journal The pages reveal a new schoo

  • Title: Secrets: You Tell Me Yours and I'll Tell You Mine Maybe
  • Author: Barbara Becker Holstein
  • ISBN: 9780979895210
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Paperback
  • Following on the heels of the best selling book The Truth, SECRETS is the continuing diary of a girl moving into her teen age years The Girl has plenty to fill her journal The pages reveal a new school, a new baby in the family, new friends, a new guy and a new set of issues to face Share the secret world of an almost teen as she learns which secrets to share and whichFollowing on the heels of the best selling book The Truth, SECRETS is the continuing diary of a girl moving into her teen age years The Girl has plenty to fill her journal The pages reveal a new school, a new baby in the family, new friends, a new guy and a new set of issues to face Share the secret world of an almost teen as she learns which secrets to share and which to keep to herself Mid West Book Review Some things are meant to be shared with the world, others are meant to be kept to oneself Secrets You Tell Me Yours and I ll Tell You Mine Maybe is a novel of understanding the importance of secrets told from the perspective of a teenage girl Facing a new school, a new sibling, new love, and new everything, Secrets is a fun read that will charm many a young reader as they face a pile of secrets of their own.

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    1. What little girl doesn’t love opening a diary, one of those puffy books with a little metal lock on it with a tiny key on a ribbon? Many of us had them. I did. I still have mine somewhere, I’m sure, filled with nonsense about what I ate that day, how much I hated the new dress Mama made me wear to school, and with long, deep, philosophical conversations between me and my cat carefully transcribed, complete with the feline’s responses. It’s a girl thing, I think, and psychologist Barbara [...]

    2. The book is written in diary form and is very easy to read and get threw. As I read thew Secrets I couldn't help but to relate to some of the things she was go threw. I use to keep a journal and write all my thoughts down in it as I was going from elementary school threw Junior High. My journal became my best friend and helped me threw the toughest times in my life. Now my 12 year old is caring around a journal of her own.I was happy to receive this for review because I thought it would be somet [...]

    3. Secrets: You Tell Me Yours and I'll Tell You Mine Maybe picks up just a few months after Dr. Barbara Becker Holstein's first book, The Truth left off. Again written in diary form Dr. Holstein does a wonderful job of taking us into the mind of a barely teenage girl.In Secrets, our heroine is facing many new challenges, a new house, a new baby sister and new school. Along with a new boy to crush and new friends to make it's going to be an emotional roller coaster of a year. The teenage years are s [...]

    4. The second book in the Truth series, still told in journal form, has the girl in a confusing emotional quandary. She's excited they just moved to a new house (she has three bathrooms now!), but she's really not happy about the new baby coming or the fact that she has to go to a new school where she knows no one.She's learning new things about her body; deodorant, shaving, and the dreaded period. She makes new friends relatively easily and falls in love with a new boy, Rob. Even when her old frie [...]

    5. Review written by Frances Pawley, UK for Pinnacle EditingReview of 'Secrets' by Dr Barbara Becker Holstein.This is a lovely book, set out in diary form, of a young girl entering womanhood. Full of funny references, her hopes and wishes are laid bare for all to see. The insecurity she feels when the family move away and the dislike she has for the new baby that appears on the scene, together with the boys she loves, all shared with her best friend throughout the diary. The reader can laugh out lo [...]

    6. This second book in The Girls series picks up where the first book left off. The tradition continues in this book, where you feel this teen girl blossom in so many ways.I still believe these books are great tools for girls ages 10-13, as it answers some questions girls that age ask, like friendships and boys.I think it is a great way for mothers to get their daughters to understand what is happening with them at that age, and I do recommend the set to them.

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