Best Im Not Who You Think I Am Author Peg Kehret –

Im Not Who You Think I Am Who Is The Strange Woman In The White Car Watching Ginger She Appears At Ginger S Birthday Party, At Her School, And In Front Of Her House, But Ginger Has Never Met Her Before When She Confronts Ginger, She Reveals A Secret That Will Change Ginger S Life And When The Woman S Confrontations Become Threatening, Ginger Is Forced Into A Crisis Of Loyalty And Honor A Crisis From Which Her Family Might Never Recover.

About the Author: Peg Kehret

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10 thoughts on “Im Not Who You Think I Am

  1. Maria Maria says:

    This story is about a 13 year old girl who is just normal, goes to school, hangs out with her friends, you know all that fun stuff Well on her 13th birthday her whole family went to a restaurant for lunch and while they were there Ginger felt as if someone was watching her and sure

  2. Kevyn Kevyn says:

    As they came into the lobby , Joyce saw Ginger The expression on her face went from confusion to shock to rage You called the police she cried You want them to arrest your own mother This is most action there is in I m Not Who You Think I Am by Peg Kehret If you are not asleep yet, you will

  3. Stacy Ford Stacy Ford says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here It all starts at Ginger s 13th birthday party when she notices a strange woman staring at her from across the restaurant Then she notices the same woman writing down here parents license plate numbers Ginger notices the

  4. Sherry Ou Yang Sherry Ou Yang says:

    Ginger finds herself being followed by a mysterious woman who claims she is her mother and that she was taken away from her Ginger,seeing the similarities between this woman and herself begins to question her identity Was her life an entire life the whole time This book made me realize how having an identity

  5. Leigh Anne Leigh Anne says:

    Many of my students love Peg Kehret books because they move quickly and keep their attention These are perfect for those readers who need a little push to get going.

  6. Jennica D. 8 Jennica D. 8 says:

    The book I m not who you think I am , is about a young and loving girl named Ginger Shaw She meets a strange woman the day of her birthday at a restaurant Who is she She doesn t know Ever since her birthday dinner, the woman has followed her She s called her home and she s been parked outside her house and school In the bus s

  7. Kelli Kelli says:

    Recommended Grades 5 8Genre MysteryUnique Feature This book has challenging vocabulary and it seems almost like an adult mystery but because of the characters in it, students can relate to the book It s unique because it really hooks students AND adult without even realizing it s for children.

  8. Kierra Titus Kierra Titus says:

    I first heard of the book I m not who you think I am by Peg Kehret because it was in the library This book was similar to Taken that was a good book too We read Taken last year in my Language Arts class at Kelly Middle School Taken is different from I m not who you think I am because in Taken the girl actually girl actually got kidnapped but i

  9. Sherry Sherry says:

    It s a bit dated now and prone to some unrealistic plot elements, but for reluctant readers, Peg Kehret mysteries are full of adventure They move right alone I have awakened several dormant readers with this an other Kehret titles.

  10. Maddie D Maddie D says:

    4 29 13I am currently reading I m Not Who You Think I Am by Peg Kehret In this book one of the most interesting characters in the book has the name of Ginger Ginger is a 13 year old who gets along with everyone her sister, brother, friends, parents, and so on She is sometimes just a little too nice But being too nice finally takes action Ginger has one main pro

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