Dear Dumb Diary: Never Do Anything, Ever by Jim Benton
  

Synopsis

Dear Dumb Diary: Never Do Anything, Ever by Jim Benton

More (nearly) true confessions from the diaries of Jamie Kelly. A hilarious middle-schooler's diary about her stinky beagle, mad best friend, disgustingly lovely rival and unrequited crush on the eighth-best-looking boy in the class. It's Wimpy Kid with a girl central character. Fantastic black and white cartoons throughout.

About the Author

Jim Benton is not a middle-school girl, but do not hold that against him. He is the bestselling author of the Dear Dumb Diary series and is also the creator of many licensed properties for kids - big and small. Jim Benton lives in Michigan with his spectacular wife and kids. They do not have a dog, and they especially do not have a vengeful beagle.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
144 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

Jim Benton
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Publisher

Puffin an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd

Publication date

2nd February 2012

ISBN

9780141335858


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