Amelia Writes Again by Marissa Moss

Amelia Writes Again

Written by Marissa Moss

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Amelia Writes Again by Marissa Moss

Amelia's sister Cleo gives her a new notebook as a tenth birthday present, and Amelia can't wait to fill it with all her secret thoughts and drawings. When her best friend Leah wants to read her notebook, Amelia is torn. How can Amelia keep her friend from feeling left out while still saving some secrets for herself?


'Amelia is so much fun, we wish she was the new kid on the block.' Chicago Tribune

About the Author

Marissa Moss has been writing stories and drawing pictures to go with them for as long as she can remember. She sent her first book to publishers when she was nine, and although it wasn’t published, she never gave up the dream of seeing her words and pictures in print. “I loved the power words gave me. If I was mad at my older sister, I would invent someone just like her in my story and make bad things happen to that character. Then, to prove I could be nice, I’d rescue that character and make a happy ending.

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Simon & Schuster Ltd

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5th February 2007




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