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Dear Dumb Diary Year Two: What I Don't Know Might Hurt Me

by Jim Benton (author) (US edition)

Suitable for 9 - 11 years

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High school drama from a super-funny series. If you like Dork Diaries, you’ll LOVE this! Long before Nikki Maxwell took on MacKenzie, there was Jamie vs Angeline: the smart, sassy normal girl vs the popular one. Now Jamie is celebrating a small victory. The dull Student Awareness Committee is finally about to die a dignified death, like some majestic old elephant. Or is it? True to form, Angeline has to pop up and ruin things. Because Angeline simply has to be aware of something – apart from just how annoying she is!

  • Classic fun from Jim Benton’s pioneering diary series
  • Brilliantly illustrated with laugh-out-loud cartoons
  • A must for fans of Dork Diaries and the Wimpy Kid
  • A hilarious look at the perils of middle school life

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