'A mellow, gentle read with a lot of words of wisdom' Independent Me You is a pocket diary without the diary part. Or the pocket. Me You: Not A Diary is everything you loved about the original but without the calendar pages. To keep a working diary alongside Dawn, we recommend the hardback edition of Me You: A Diary. Me You is a place for me and you to reflect on the patterns and changes of the year. It's full of my thoughts about the seasons, the months and what matters. It's your guide to reflecting on the year you've just had - or the one still to come. Dive in, the paper's lovely . . . _______ 'A witty outlook on life. This will have you laughing about your year' Prima 'It's beautiful, like Dawn, and stuffed full of goodies' Jo Brand
Ever wanted your very own Dork Diary? Well, grab a notebook and your favourite pen and get ready to make your own Dork Diary! Use the questions in this book that Nikki Maxwell has created just for you to help you write your very own daily dairy. As Nikki Maxwell knows, keeping a journal is a great way to get to know the most important person in your life: YOU! This special Dork Diaries guided journal features questions for every day of the year. If you could swap places with anyone for a day, who would it be and why? What song could you listen to 100 times? What TV show are you totally obsessed with right now and why? What's the most stylish outfit in your wardrobe? Put your personal spin on these questions and many more - and since this is an authentic Dork Diary, Nikki chimes in with her answers and artwork as well! This is a must have title for Dork Diaries fans! A journal edition of the internationally bestselling Dork Diaries series by Rachel Renée Russell, author of The Misadventures of Max Crumbly (publishing June 2016). 'Surprising variety and depth - and in fact the rampant assumptions it sometimes makes - do force the participant to take a good look at themselves, beyond the superficial crushes and school lesson peeves, and there is a case to be had for saying this will be an entertaining amusement for the relevant young lady.' The Bookbag 'Now young readers can create their very own version with this dorky diary to complete themselves…an unusual but inspiring diary - a great gift.' Parents in Touch Praise for the DORK DIARIES series: 'A brilliant read!' Mizz 'spot on for the tween market' The Bookseller
From the author of How to Rescue a Dead Princess comes Out of Whack, an outrageous comedy about friendship, love, following your dreams, and other really scary stuff. Seth Trexler has two goals in life: to find success with his off-the-wall sketch comedy troupe, and to win the girl of his dreams. But when you suffer from brain-erasing stage fright and an incredible female-phobia, those goals can be a bit tricky to attain. With his best friend Travis at his side, Seth struggles to overcome his fears (along with the 2,873 other roadblocks in the path to success) in this hilariously demented yet heartfelt tale. But don't read it for the laughs. And don't read it for the heartfelt parts. Read it for the sex scene, which proves that even if you're filled with ravenous animal passion, trying to dramatically tear off somebody's underwear can only lead to wedgies.
This book is a work of fiction. It's about a girl whose life turned because of choices. And eventually she also choose something and followed her heart. Well to know more you have to read it. This story is about sweetness and bitterness of life. And solely belongs to the author, free from plagiarism and unique. The novel can be read freely by anyone
'Powerful as [Richard Wright] was - is - as a writer, nobody can surpass him in doing certain kinds of writing... He is courageous - he was able to look into areas that nobody at that time was willing to look at' Toni Morrison Cross Damon is disenchanted. At odds with society, and with himself, his idealism and sense of alienation have driven him to drink and incessant reflection. But when Cross is mistakenly reported to have died, he is suddenly free to put his ideals to the test - and a reign of terror and destruction ensues. A counterpart to Wright's 1940 novel, Native Son, The Outsider is Wright's existential masterpiece. An epic exploration of criminality and oppression its publication established Wright as America's most daring, and damning writers.