The Precious Girls Club is given an opportunity to become one of the nation's top ten groups to represent Today's Student for a Better Tomorrow. The winner is chosen by the President of the United States. As they put together a video to show off their talents, Bailey feels left out because she has never won an award, prize, or recognition for anything. The solution seems simple. She brings one of her sister's huge trophies to show off to the other girls and tells just a little lie when she says it is hers. Katie is suspicious. She assures Bailey that she has many wonderful talents and explains that winning awards does not define who we are. Bailey is not convinced, and her one little lie turns into so many lies. Before Bailey realizes what's happening, things spiral out of control.
|Publisher:||Precious Moments, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.84(w) x 7.46(h) x 0.19(d)|
|Age Range:||9 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Cindy Kenney is an award winning writer, editor and international speaker who is grateful to be living her lifetime dream of writing and working in publishing. She has served as the Senior Managing Editor/Writer and Publishing Director for such companies as Big Idea Productions (Veggie Tales) and Exclaim Entertainment.