Telling

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Morning Glory Press, Jun 1, 1996 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
3 Reviews
Life becomes complex and terror-filled for 12-year-old Cassie when she is fondled by the father of the children she baby sits. This novel explores the conflicting emotions of an early adolescent who cannot fathom why an adult male would find her attractive, and the concern of parents who must protect their daughter while exposing a dangerous individual.

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This book was worth reading! Very discriptive, kept me on the edge. Being 13, I received the honor to see how a 12-year-old may feel in a situation such as the character did. Worth reading...definitly worth reading!

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User Review  - Jackie Jones - Goodreads

i also read this just for fun. the message is how important to tell if something is happening to u and how serious this could of gotten that she could of died Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
9
Section 3
16
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About the author (1996)

Marilyn Reynolds is the author of Baby Help, But What about Me?, Too Soon for Jeff, Detour for Emmy, and Beyond Dreams. Her essays have appeared in the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Dallas Morning News, and San Francisco Chronicle. She lives in Gold River, California.