Tales From A Not-so-fabulous Life
Dork Diaries Series, Book 1Downloadable Audiobook - 2010
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multcolib Nov 08, 2016
Nikki, the main character, has lots of awkward situations in her school life. Nikki has a lot of personality, and all of the Dork Diaries books have interesting plots filled with tons of funny moments. Also amazing illustrations.
One of many Dork Diaries books, these novels are funny and relatable for nearly every age, no matter how old you get.
multcolib_belmont Apr 23, 2013
A fourteen-year-old girl writes in her diary of her struggle to be popular at her exclusive new private school, then of finding her place after she gives up on being part of the elite group. First in a series.
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burgundy_hummingbird_34 thinks this title is suitable for All Ages
DeanXCastiel thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 8 and 13
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MacKenzie and I do NOT get along. I'm guessing it's probably due to the fact that she hates my guts!!! She is forever gossiping behind my back saying super mean stuff like that I have no fashion sense whatsoever and that our school mascot , Larry the Lizard, wears cuter clothes than I do. Which might actually be true. But STILL!
Hi sapphirebear15, I sorta think your just blabbing about stuff no one cares no offense
Before Mom and Dad left, they were like, “Be good to your sister! Don’t just lock her in her room with a movie on so you can Skype chat with Chloe!”
This past weekend was CRAZY!! I babysit Brianna on Saturday night, and she totally drove me NUTS! Before Mom and Dad left, they were like, “Be good to your sister! Don’t just lock her in her room with a movie
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When Nikki Maxwell starts eighth grade at a new school, her mother gives her a diary, Nikki would rather have a new iPhone so she can impress her schoolmates, but instead, she begins to chronicle her life through words and drawings. Readers learn about Nikki's irritating little sister, her crush on Brandon, her friends Chloe and Zoey, the popular mean girl, MacKenzie, and her tattoo art project for the art competition. The book does not follow one particular plotline, but instead, meanders through the daily life dramas of angst-ridden Nikki. It does culminate with some exciting developments -- both at the art show and with her heartthrob science lab partner.
a new girl in school that mean new friends new enemy and a new crushmread more to find out about that
14 year old Nicki J. Maxwell is going to a new private school because her dad arranges a scholarship to go the school. When she gets there there's a mean girl,New crush, New diary
14-year-old Nikki Maxwell is not happy when her father arranges a scholarship for her to attend a private middle school called Westchester Country Day as part of the contract for his bug extermination services.
Nikki does not fit in with the wealthy, designer clad students and spends most of her time alone writing in her diary. To make matters worse, she has a locker right next to the school's most popular girl, MacKenzie Hollister. MacKenzie labels Nikki as a “Dork” and goes out of her way to make Nikki’s life miserable.
It appears the new school may work out when Nikki befriends two other dorky girls, Chloe and Zoey. But, things take a turn for the worse when Nikki enters the school art show and discovers her main competition is her enemy, MacKenzie, who will stop at nothing to win.