Home » Teen/Tween Fiction » The Truth (I’m Ten, I’m Smart and I Know Everything)

The Truth (I’m Ten, I’m Smart and I Know Everything)

the-truth-cover

The Truth (I’m Ten, I’m Smart and I Know Everything)

Dr. Barbara Becker Holstein

Teen/Tween Fiction

The Enchanted Self Press

112 Pages

My new book, THE TRUTH, (I’m a girl, I’m smart and I know everything) is a delightful, humorous secret diary, written by a girl who is 10-11 years of age. She is wise and yet so innocent. She makes us laugh and cry and know that we are secretly heroines.  This easy read for girls, (the mother’s edition has a different introduction, different questions at the end, and some pages that are slightly more sophisticated)  has within it a psychological message for girls, that they can and must hold on to the best of themselves as they grow up.  Girls love the book and so do their mothers.  Girls recognize themselves and finally feel totally understood while their moms remember themselves, feel closer to their daughters and everyone has lots to talk about.

 

 

Dear Diary,                                                                        date:  September 20

 

I am in love.  I thought I would fall in love when I was much older, maybe 15 or 16.  Not today.

 

I was sitting in class, reading a social studies chapter, trying to answer an awful question at the end of the chapter, “Which state has the most coal mines,” when the door opened and a new kid walked in.

 

There he was!  I knew as soon as I saw him.  He was wearing a cute plaid shirt and he had brown hair and brown eyes.  I could imagine kissing his lips.

 

My heart felt like it turned over in my body.  My pulse started to race.  I couldn’t concentrate.  I felt excited, like I suddenly had a big secret.  “Our eyes locked.”  I read that in a book that my mom had by her bed.  It was true.  When I looked into his brown eyes, I felt we had known each other forever.  Looking at him made me feel all fluttery inside.

 

I wanted him to sit near me so badly I could have died.  But he sat in the row in front of me, a little to the right.  Not too bad.  Now I can look at him all day.  My best friend, Angela, sits beside him, to his right.  I hope she doesn’t fall in love with him too.  He’s mine!  His name is Paul.

 

 

 

Advertisements

One thought on “The Truth (I’m Ten, I’m Smart and I Know Everything)

  1. Pingback: Pump Up Your Book Promotion’s November Authors on Tour - Day 4 « Pump Up Your Book Promotion Virtual Book Tours

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s