Alto Secrets

Alto Secrets

by Victoria Kimble


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Maddie Ryland is an amazing volleyball player. She fits right in with her sport-centered family. But when Maddie is invited to join the Aspen Junior High Art Club, her secret dream of painting looks like it can become reality. The only problem is her parents want her to play club volleyball at the rec center. So Maddie tells her parents that her school has a club team, and she'd rather join that. Only there is no club team at the school. Maddie's lie about the volleyball team starts an avalanche of other lies she has to tell in order to keep her spot in the art club. It's only a matter of time until Maddie's lies catch up with her. What will her parents say?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781946920027
Publisher: TouchPoint Press
Publication date: 04/18/2017
Series: Choir Girls Series , #2
Pages: 156
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.33(d)

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belovedbyHim More than 1 year ago
Have you ever felt that no one really understood you? Have you ever wanted something so badly you were willing to lie to get it? Have those lies ever spiraled out of control? That is what happens to Maddie. She is the “sporty girl” to her friends and family but deep down she feels she is so much more!! One small lie quickly becomes 2, then 3, and soon things are getting out of hand. How can she follow her dreams and not disappoint her family and lose the trust of her friends and more importantly can she really be made to excel in more than one thing? In this second installment of The Choir Girls series, Kimball explores the realities of middle school kids trying to find where they fit in the world and the consequences of decisions, both good and bad! This is an excellent story and I can’t wait to read the rest of the series!!
JennyFVeleke More than 1 year ago
Finally quality fiction for tween girls! Victoria Kimble has once again written an excellent story to step into the minds and hearts of tween girls and speak to them about things they struggle with every day. In Soprano Trouble, she addressed bullying and in Alto Secrets, she addresses lying and the complicated web of deceit that quickly builds from the first lie. My 10 year old daughter is devouring these books! And it's created great conversation between us as we discuss the characters and the situations they find themselves in. Bravo Victoria Kimble! We need more books like yours. *I received an ARC copy of this book in exchange for my fair and honest review.
Linda_Hibner More than 1 year ago
Victoria Kimble has done it again with her second book in the Choir Girl series. She's written another wonderful middle grade story that captures the drama, angst, and challenges of the tween experience. I was excited to find Ms. Kimble's characters relatable and her plot-line very believable. This is exactly the kind of book I like to share and discuss with the children in our family. I highly recommend Alto Secrets. I received an Advance Reader Copy from TouchPoint Publisher. This is my honest review.
JBence More than 1 year ago
As if the first book in this series weren’t good enough, along came Alto Secrets! Alto Secrets is another book by Victoria Kimble that addresses real-life issues that “tween” girls (and boys!) deal with daily. This book tackles the issue of lying and does so in a realistic as well as witty way. It’s a good read and a good conversation starter for your children. As I did with Soprano Trouble, I most definitely recommend this book to all readers, but especially to tween/teen girls and their parents.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Life as a tween - fear of rejection and not fitting in, trying to discover yourself, budding hormones, older siblings who tease, and those pesky mean girls - Kimble wraps everything within the covers of Alto Secrets. Join Maddie as she learns some valuable lessons about true friendship, familial love, and her own identity and worth. I received an advanced reader copy from TouchPoint Press in exchange for an honest review.