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Dear Diary

Author : Mandy Claridge
ISBN : 9781456746889
Genre : Fiction
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Its about a girl reading her best friends diary, learning that her friend has this whole secret life, and winds up killing herself over some guy. Her best friend had to face challenges in life that she couldnt help with. In the end she learns the truth as to why her best friend did what she did.
Category: Fiction

Dear Diary

Author : Syazwani Izzati Azhar
ISBN : 9789671172810
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This is the diary of Syazwanie, a young teenager who had secretly written this diary and keeping it hidden from the rest of the world until now! Join her as she narrates funny entries and wacky illustrations as she faces her first day of secondary school with frog leg soup being served, talking to her weird pets, eating cardboard-like cornflakes for breakfast, going through gruesome exams and other exciting adventures. Share her high obsession to books and frustration towards boys.

Dear Diary

Author : Liz Hurley
ISBN : 0993218075
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The eighties were a great time to be a teenager. But when your parents are a nightmare, it's hard to hang on to your dreams. Welcome to the diaries of Lady Elizabeth Hiverton. Sweet, fun and upbeat. Trying to avoid her parents' plans for finishing school or a good marriage, Elizabeth enrols at her local art college. What an eye opener for this sheltered, privileged teenager. The horizons of her world explode and then Michael walks in. Follow their adventures as they fall in love and fight against everyone that says their relationship is doomed. Prequel novella to the Hiverton Sisters series.

Dear Diary

Author : Orli Zuravicky
ISBN : 9781416918202
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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When Jenny, while out selling candy door-to-door, is attacked by a very hungry house, she is rescued by two boys and decides to help them in their quest to destroy this haunted house once and for all. Original.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Dear Diary

Author : Vaishnavi Maganti
ISBN : 9781482818475
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 28.71 MB
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This particular array of short stories provides the reader with a diverse range of options to choose from. You might find yourself flipping through the pages in engrossment, as it provides a platform of relativity and easy association to you and perhaps revive a moment or two from your own personal lives with relation to these personalized stories. All in all, this is definitely one book that is worth going into your shelf.
Category: Family & Relationships

Dear Diary

Author : Elaine Epstein
ISBN : 0021851077
Genre : Bandelier National Monument (N.M.)
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While on vacation in New Mexico, a young girl keeps a diary of the places she visits.
Category: Bandelier National Monument (N.M.)

Dear Diary

Author : Joan R. Neubauer
ISBN : 0916489612
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Describes techniques and exercises for creating a journal, and shares the rewards that keeping a journal can bring
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Dear Diary What My Doctor Never Told Me About Dieting

Author : Kathyne L. Jackson
ISBN : 1456723448
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This is KATHYNE L. JACKSON's memoir of her personal journey to lose weight - 63 pounds - and the struggles she endured along the way. She was like everyone else, on the yo-yo trail to unhealthiness. She would play at losing 10 pounds and then gain 15 back, complaining all the way. She would get discouraged and eat more ice cream and chocolate and then hate herself for being weak. She would walk for three days and then would give up because on day four it rained. She would purchase a stationary bike and then use it as a clothes rack. And she continued to watch her weight climb to over 200 pounds. But still she did nothing. Then one day her doctor told her she had to get healthy, that if she did not start taking care of her weight, if she did not become serious about her cholesterol levels, she could develop diabetes. This knowledge scared her to finally make the conscious decision to get healthy. She did not make her goal weight, but she came close. She did lose 50 pounds. It was the longest 13 months of her life.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Dear Diary

Author : Kurt Cobain
ISBN : 3125147530
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Dear Diary What My Doctor Never Told Me About Liposuction

Author : Kathyne L. Jackson
ISBN : 9781410729811
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Writing this book has been a very essential part of my recovery. Except for my son, doctor, and finally, my Mom, there was no one I had chosen to confide in. Putting my own experiences down on paper gave me a chance to not only relive the experience and face the uncertainties, but to understand my motivation for doing it. Writing this book was an emotional lifeline for me and it’s been a wonderful outlet. Also, where else could I have expressed the joy of going from a size 22 to 16 in two months? Since no one knew I had the surgery, this book was the one place where I could shout. This book was also written with others in mind. There may be those who felt as I did. They’ve secretly dreamed of undergoing the procedure because they were just as unhappy with certain aspects of their bodies as I was. They’ve squirreled away some money in the hopes that one day they might also take the next step. There are also those who have taken that step. I hope my words help someone else who’s alone with their thoughts and pain as I’ve been, give them a much needed mental hug, and let them know that someone else had undergone what they are considering or are now enduring. At those times, when I was most vulnerable, I kept telling myself that there would be people reading my words and saying to themselves, "This is normal. Kathyne went through this too, so I won’t worry." Am I am glad I did it? Would I do it again?
Category: Biography & Autobiography