Dork Diaries - Dork Diaries 1 (Paperback)Rachel Renee Russell (author)
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Meet Nikki Maxwell (aka Queen of the Dorks!) in the first book in the mega-selling Dork Diaries series - now with over 45 million copies in print worldwide!
New school. New Crush. New mean girl. New diary, so Nikki can spill all about it!
Nikki Maxwell has never been popular but now she's started at a new school, she's hoping to leave her old dorky ways behind!
Follow Nikki's adorkable life through sketches, doodles and diary entries as she spills all the details of her not-so-fabulous life full of BFF drama, hopeless crushes and an extremely cringe-worthy family!
Have you read all the DORK DIARIES series?
Book 1: Dork Diaries
Book 2: Party Time
Book 3: Pop Star
Book 3 1/2: How to Dork Your Diary
Book 4: Skating Sensation
Book 5: Dear Dork
Book 6: Holiday Heartbreak
Book 7: TV Star
Book 8: Once Upon a Dork
Book 9: Drama Queen
Book 10: Puppy Love
Book 11: Frenemies Forever
Book 12: Crush Catastrophe
Book 13: Birthday Drama
Book 15: I Love Paris! - Coming soon!
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Number of pages: 304
Dimensions: 198 x 130 mm
The Dork Diaries series is fast becoming my favourite for younger readers ... More please! * Wondrous Reads Blog *
Spot on for the tween market * The Bookseller *
A tantalising series * Waterstones Books Quarterly *
Dork Diaries is so laugh-out-loud funny and original I stayed up late reading it, just to see what would happen next - and to get that next laugh! -- Kate Brian, author of Private series
Filled with fun illustrations, and fonts that keep you looking, Rachel Renee Russell has created for girls what Jeff Kinney did for boys with his Wimpy Kids series. * Amazon.com five star review *
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“Wimpy kid double!”
This book is basicly a wimpy kid for girls, nikki is a new girl who dosn't know who to trust but in the end it all works out for her!
Really good book for girls.I cant wait to read the next one!
“Much to like but also includes mental health slurs & ableism”
The writing is witty, the drawings are cute and many kids will find things to love here.
However, within the first 34 pages I found four instances of ableism. "Psycho ward", referring to someone strange as... More
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