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Who I Am: Diary Number 3 (Diary of a Teenage Girl) [Paperback]

By Melody Carlson, Richard K. Betts (Contributor), Fareed Zakaria (Foreward By), Eve Marshall (Contributor), Susan Orr-Mongeau (Contributor), K. B. Tan (Contributor) & S. Cao (Contributor)
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Item Specifications...

Pages   256
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.2" Width: 5.2" Height: 0.7"
Weight:   0.5 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Mar 6, 2002
Publisher   Multnomah Books
Age  14-18
ISBN  1576738906  
EAN  9781576738900  


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Item Description...
Overview
Seventeen-almost eighteen-year-old Caitlin O'Conner finds herself trying to make it through her senior year, struggling with difficult decisions and discovering the constant, unwaivering love of God.

Publishers Description
It's challenging enough to be a normal high school senior -- but Caitlin O'Conner has a host of new difficulties to deal with in the third book of Melody Carlson's widely popular and fascinating teen series.
Time is critical to help the orphans in Mexico, missions-minded Caitlin believes, but Mom and Dad are set on her attending college. Meanwhile, her relationship with Josh takes on a serious tone via e-mail -- threatening her commitment to "kiss dating goodbye."
When Beanie begins dating an African-American, Caitlin's concern over dating seems to be misread as racism. One thing is obvious: God is at work through this dynamic girl in very real but puzzling ways. A soul-stretching time of racial reconciliation at school and within her church helps her discover God's will as never before.

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More About Melody Carlson, Richard K. Betts, Fareed Zakaria, Eve Marshall, Susan Orr-Mongeau, K. B. Tan & S. Cao
Melody A Carlson I started writing "professionally" about twenty years ago. I quickly learned that I'm a fast writer and, as a result, I've published more than 200 books--with more than 6 million books sold. And it stuns me to write out those numbers today. How did that happen? I've been told I'm in the top twenty "most prolific authors" of all time. Although I'm not certain this is true, it does make me wonder--and I wonder how other authors (in previous generations) managed to write so many books without the use of a computer. Last year I won a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times. But that doesn't mean I'm ready to retire. I have lots more books coming out and new ideas popping into my head all the time. I write from a studio right next to the house I share with my husband in Oregon. My dog Audrey goes to work with me every morning. I have to say...it's a pretty good life...and I am grateful to God for every bit of it.

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Reviews - What do our customers think?
Who I am  Sep 30, 2007
Great teenage stories that draw students to want to read the book. I can't keep the series of books in my classroom. As soon as it's checked in it's checked out by someone else.
 
A little dissapointed  Jul 14, 2006
From the very first chapter of this book I felt put off. I had read the first two books about three years ago while I was fourteen and I had really enjoyed them. Recently I decided that I should finish the series and so I began reading 'Who I am'. The character of Cailtin seemed to me to be nothing more than another spoiled little hypocrite almost everything she said in the book was a contradiction of something said earlier. I felt that it tried to manipulate the reader into thinking that ONLY christians are good and saved and that any other religion is wrong it also put me off when it came to the issue of race and sexuality I really dont think the subject matter was handled in a responsible way. I wouldnt recommend this to anyone except a deep christian or someone over the age of 18 after they have decided THEMSELVES what is right and wrong because this book has the power to manipulate and guilt people.
 
Finding Yourself  Feb 10, 2006
Caitlin O' Conner is a senior who has everyday problems like everyone else, from guy problems to what she wants to major in in college. She often tries to avoid her problems by fixing someone else's problems, or by doing good for others. Will Caitlin find the solutions to her problems, or find who she's really meant to be? Will she ever learn to deal with all the problems life has in store for her? Everyday holds a new challenge for Caitlin, but she always looks to God and to her friends to help her through it. Only after the loss of a classmate, does Caitlin learn that the only thing constant in her life is God, and he can help her through everything no matter what is going on in her life.
I absolutely loved this whole book. Caitlin deals with problems that every teen girl can relate to. It really helps you to understand what is going on in the book, and it also helps to bring you closer to God. The one and only thing that I didn't like about this book was what happened to Jewel. It was really sad, and I really don't think that it should have happened to her.
I would recommend this book to any teenage girl, or to anyone who likes Melody Carlson's books. I would also recommend that you read the rest the rest of this series, The Diary of a Teenage Girl. Overall, this was a great book that any girl can relate to and would like. I know I liked this book and I hope you'll like it too.
 
Finding Yourself  Feb 10, 2006
Caitlin O' Conner is a senior who has everyday problems like everyone else, from guy problems to what she wants to major in in college. She often tries to avoid her problems by fixing someone else's problems, or by doing good for others. Will Caitlin find the solutions to her problems, or find who she's really meant to be? Will she ever learn to deal with all the problems life has in store for her? Everyday holds a new challenge for Caitlin, but she always looks to God and to her friends to help her through it. Only after the loss of a classmate, does Caitlin learn that the only thing constant in her life is God, and he can help her through everything no matter what is going on in her life.
I absolutely loved this whole book. Caitlin deals with problems that every teen girl can relate to. It really helps you to understand what is going on in the book, and it also helps to bring you closer to God. The one and only thing that I didn't like about this book was what happened to Jewel. It was really sad, and I really don't think that it should have happened to her.
I would recommend this book to any teenage girl, or to anyone who likes Melody Carlson's books. I would also recommend that you read the rest the rest of this series, The Diary of a Teenage Girl. Overall, this was a great book that any girl can relate to and would like. I know I liked this book and I hope you'll like it too.
 
Finding Yourself  Feb 10, 2006
The book On My Own by Melody Carlson is an excellent book. It is the third book in the series Diary of a Teenage Girl. Caitlin is really finding out what she has to do with her life and where she'll end up. She is really confused about if she wants to go to Mexico to help the kids down there, or stay home and go to college. She is still sticking to her commitment to God by not dating, but she still has doubts about it. Caitlin meets someone new who will show her that her life is good with God and will always be. She will have to face some challenging troubles at home with her family. During the book Caitlin's mother got pregnant, but something goes wrong. Read and see how the family reacts to what has happened. Through this book, discover what decisions Caitlin will make about what to do with her life. Will she break her commitment to God by dating someone? Will she find out who she truly is?
Some of the things I liked in this book are the situations that Caitlin is in, the true consequences of what decisions she makes, and the friendships that form. Caitlin will be in some difficult situations and will have to decide what is really best for her. Meeting new people, she will be able to see how they live their life, and what their relationship with God is like. Racism, everyone hates it to some extent. In this book that was something I didn't like. I know it teaches everyone things, but I just didn't like reading about it. Blacks get hurt everyday by whites! Everyone is the same, no matter what skin color you have. I always feel sad for blacks when they are getting criticized because it hurts each and every one of them.
I would recommend this book to every teenage girl who just loves to read about veritable life. I'm sure if anyone has read the last two books, they are planning to read this novel. This read was just really good. Would you pick up the book and start reading already?!
 

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