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Jumping Down (The Kaitlyn Chronicles Book 4) by [Babich, Elaine]
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The fourth and final novel in "The Kaitlyn Chronicles."

As Kaitlyn grows older she realizes life isn't only about herself. And when she moves back to California, she not only grows closer to her boyfriend, Danny, but she makes a wonderful new friend, Jeanie.

But there are complications. Very serious complications.

The discovery of a heartbreaking revelation soon turn lives inside out and upside down. In a novel brimming with warmth and insight, compassion and healing, Kaitlyn will discover the true meaning of friendship and love.

**Acclaim for the Novels of Elaine Babich**

“Heartbreaking and Touching. A powerful story of a teenager’s struggle with anorexia, told in a straight forward and powerful way, without talking down to the reader and without being overly sentimental. You Never Called Me Princess is an honest look at what could happen when a young girl decides to lose weight at all costs. Should be mandatory reading for any parent who suspects their child might have an eating disorder. I believe the novel will show the reader that there are answers to their problems, and that they are not alone. Highly recommended. An important novel.”
—J.R. Rain, author of Moon Dance and The Body Departed

“An intriguing debut and an excellent read. Gripping and touching, a story written from the heart. Elaine Babich has fashioned a story that many young girls could relate to. In the end we are left with a poignant glimpse into the beauty of family and the love of life and the wonder that connects us all.”
—Summer Lee, author of Angel Heart and Kindred Spirits

“I loved this book and want to recommend it to teenage girls, especially. The heroine is likable, and one to whom YA readers will relate. High moral values, with exploration into body image and excellent life lessons, with no preachiness. Five stars!”
—Eve Paludan, author of Letters from David and Taking Back Tara

“Elaine Babich has created such a vivid tale of teenage angst and redemption—one that will stay with me for a long time.”
—Aiden James, author of The Vampires’ Last Lover and Plague of Coins

About the Author:
Elaine Babich is also the author of You Never Called Me Princess, Relatively Normal, and Falling Again. Elaine currently lives in Southern California with her husband and three children.

About the Author

Elaine Babich currently lives in Southern California with her husband and three children.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1767 KB
  • Print Length: 144 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0053I394S
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa7730b80) out of 5 stars 7 reviews
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa534e240) out of 5 stars BETTER AND BETTER June 3 2011
By The Migrator - Published on
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In this continuing saga of the life of Kaitlyn Simons we see her grow up and transition from troubled teen to beautiful young adult. Babich's writing skills are in top form as she takes us through a very touching, emotional story that is handled with compassion and humor and leaves us begging for more. I sincerely hope Ms. Babich reconsiders ending this series.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa6ebd110) out of 5 stars A great read, better than the first 2 July 6 2011
By Stace - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I loved this book. It was sad. Kaitlyn meets a girl at camp who ends up very sick. The book is about Kaitlyn caring for her friend while she goes through treatment. I finished this book way too quickly, now I have no Kaitlyn books left!
Hurry up Elaine, write more Kaitlyn books! ;o)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa51c1258) out of 5 stars further maturity March 20 2013
By beth - Published on
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This is well worth a read to see how a young adult is dealing with difficult situations- and she surely has some.
She has found some support. She has found her courage and she is dealing with the situation/s.
HASH(0xa51c11a4) out of 5 stars Love this series April 26 2012
By sbrown - Published on
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I love the Kaitlyn chronicles (the entire series.) I loved it. (very heartbreaking at times) very real experiences. I think it is not for young teens to read because of the sex/violence involved but it was well put and very well written from a teens point of view
HASH(0xa51c106c) out of 5 stars WOW WORTHY Dec 3 2014
By Brad Harmon - Published on
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I love this book I read it and I couldn't put it down until the end of it. It was the best ever. It was kinda sad in parts of it though