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Secrets: You Tell Me Yours, And I'll Tell You Mine...Maybe! by Barbara Becker Holstein
The second book in The Truth series for tween girls and their moms.
Dr. Holstein has been a school psychologist for more than 25 years. She has taught elementary school children and was an assistant professor of education at Boston University. She has been in private practice as a psychologist with her husband, Dr. Russell M. Holstein, in Long Branch, New Jersey, for over 25 years.
Contact Dr. Holstein on the web at www.enchantedself.com, www.thetruthforgirls.com, or write to her at email@example.com
Introducing Internationally known Psychologist, Dr. Barbara Becker Holstein's new fiction book for Kids 10 and up, SECRETS, I’ll Tell You Mine, If You Tell Me Yours…Maybe!
Dr. Holstein writes: One day I decided to find a way to combine what I already knew as a girl with the knowledge I have as a psychologist. That decision led to a girl coming to life as the main character in The Truth (I’m a girl, I’m smart and I know everything). She kept a diary and had a lot to say. She knew a lot about important things that many adults brush aside or forget.
Many of you told me that you identified with many things that happened to her. You related to her honesty and to how real she was. Many of you shared her awareness of the truth. You wanted more books about the girl so you could be with her as she grows up. I agreed there should be more books, in fact, a whole series, The Truth Series for Girls, Tweens and Teens.
As The Truth ends, the girl’s life is changing radically: she is moving to a new town, her mom is having a baby, and her crush on Paul is just about over. She has solved a mystery and has developed a secret way to hold onto the best of herself as she grows up.
In SECRETS, You tell me yours and I'll tell you mine...maybe, the second book in The Truth Series, the girl is back again with lots more to talk about in her diary. A new school, a new baby in the family, new friends, everything has changed for her. There is a new crush about to happen, and lots of adventures. There are new best friends and some unsettling social dilemmas. Some of these dilemmas involve boys. There are secrets to share, and secrets to keep to herself. There are problems to solve, emotional roller-coasters to ride and lots to learn.
Continue the saga of this young girl's growing up. It’s a great gift for tween girls and their tween girlfriends. It’s a good book to keep in public libraries and in classrooms across the country and world.
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