The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole aged Thirteen and Three Quarters by Sue Townsend
  

The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole aged Thirteen and Three Quarters

Written by Sue Townsend

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This book is a favourite of September 2009 Guest Editor Joanna Nadin:

Reading The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13¾ (at 13 and ¾) was the first time I picked up a book and thought, “Oh My God, that is me! That is how dull my life is.” It still makes me rock with laughter twenty-five years on. Without Adrian, Rachel Riley simply wouldn’t exist, and she certainly wouldn’t be studying politics A level.

The LoveReading Comment:
An ‘80s publishing sensation that has never gone out of fashion. It’s almost impossible not to laugh-out-loud at the brilliant dry humour that bubbles out of Sue Townsend’s writing. At thirteen years old, Adrian Mole has more than his fair share of problems - spots, ill-health, parents threatening to divorce, rejection of his poetry and much more - all recorded with brilliant humour in his diary.


The Good Book Guide logo The Good Book Guide Review. The funniest account ever of a boy's experiences and concerns at the onset of puberty.
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Synopsis

The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole aged Thirteen and Three Quarters by Sue Townsend

About the Author

Sue Townsend
Sue left school at fifteen and started writing immediately. For twenty years nobody knew that Leicester housewife, Mrs Townsend, was a writer. She joined a writers' group at Leicester's Phoenix Theatre and was soon installed as the Writer in Residence there.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback (b Format)
272 pages
Interest Age: From 12 to 14 years

Author

Sue Townsend
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Publisher

Penguin Books Ltd

Publication date

31st October 2002

ISBN

9780141315980

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