Descendants: Mal’s Diary (Disney Descendants)
by: Disney Press
Product rating: 5.0 with 6 reviews
For anyone who wants to know more about what Mal is really
thinking, this diary gives readers a special glimpse inside her world with super-secret journal entries and Mal’s doodles and drawings. Plus bonus pages for the reader to write down her own thoughts and feelings!
Posted in Anthologies Tagged with: Descendants, Diary, Disney, Disney Press, Mal's
Diary of a Minecraft Zombie Book 7: Zombie Family Reunion
by: Herobrine Publishing Inc
Product rating: 4.7 with 15 reviews
(An Unofficial Minecraft Book)
Zombie’s Entire Family Are Coming Together for their 100th Year Family Reunion.
Join Zombie and his family on their crazy adventure as they face multiple challenges trying to get to their 100th Year Zombie Family Reunion.
Will Zombie even make it?
And if he does, will Zombie be able to handle all of his crazy mob relatives all in one place?
Jump Into The Adventure and Find Out!
Get Your Copy Now!
Posted in Entertainment & Games Tagged with: Book, Diary, Family, Herobrine Publishing Inc, Minecraft, Reunion, Zombie
Ever After High: Hero Training: A Destiny Do-Over Diary
by: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Product rating: 5.0 with 1 reviews
Enroll in Hero Training class with Dexter and Daring Charming, and write your own destiny! If you were preparing to be a professional rescuer, what skills would you need to learn? What if princesses were allowed to joust? Flip the script in this hexcellent activity book!
Companion to the novel A Semi-Charming Kind of Life!
Posted in Fantasy & Magic Tagged with: After, Brown Books for Young Readers, Destiny, Diary, Do-Over, Ever, Hero, High, Little, Training
Diary of a Jackwagon
by: Thomas Nelson
Product rating: 4.4 with 8 reviews
He’s a comedian. He’s a YouTube sensation. And now he becomes an author. Best known for his song parodies and riffs on yoga pants and homeschooling, Tim Hawkins now shares his perspective on life in the 21st century in his long-awaited debut book. Tim’s topics are as wide-ranging as his stand-up comedy including marital communications (“Marriage needs a challenge flag, like in pro football”), worship music (“Pick the right key, because I’m not Barry White and I’m not a Bee Gee”), and food (“Eating a Krispy Kreme donut is like eating a baby angel”). Diary of a Jackwagon reveals a witty and relatable voice reminding readers that for life’s many difficulties, laughter is always the best medicine – when there aren’t any pills left.
Posted in Actors & Entertainers Tagged with: Diary, Jackwagon, Thomas Nelson
The Diary of a Teenage Girl, Revised Edition: An Account in Words and Pictures
by: North Atlantic Books
Product rating: 4.1 with 41 reviews
First released in 2002, this provocative, critically acclaimed novel is now a major motion picture starring Bel Powley, Kristen Wiig, and Alexander Skarsgård.
“I don’t remember being born. I was a very ugly child. My appearance has not improved so I guess it was a lucky break when he was attracted by my youthfulness.” So begins the wrenching diary of Minnie Goetze, a fifteen-year-old girl longing for love and acceptance and struggling with her own precocious sexuality. After losing her virginity to her mother’s boyfriend, Minnie pursues a string of sexual encounters (with both boys and girls) while experimenting with drugs and developing her talents as an artist. Unsupervised and unguided by her aloof and narcissistic mother, Minnie plunges into a defenseless, yet fearless adolescence.
While set in the libertine atmosphere of 1970s San Francisco, Minnie’s journey to understand herself and her world is universal: this is the story of a young woman troubled by the discontinuity between what she thinks and feels and what she observes in those around her. Acclaimed cartoonist and author Phoebe Gloeckner serves up a deft blend of visual and verbal narrative in her complex presentation of a pivotal year in a girl’s life, recounted in diary pages and illustrations, with full narrative sequences in comics form. The Diary of a Teenage Girl offers a searing comment on adult society as seen though the eyes of a young woman on the verge of joining it.
This edition has been updated by the author with an introduction reflecting on the book’s critical reception and value as diary or novel, historical document or work of art. Also included in this revised edition are supplementary photographs and illustrations from the author’s childhood, including some of her own diary entries.
“Phoebe Gloeckner… is creating some of the edgiest work about young women’s lives in any medium.”—The New York Times
“One of the most brutally honest, shocking, tender and beautiful portrayals of growing up female in America.”—Salon
“It’s the most honest depiction of sexuality in a long, long time; as a meditation on adolescence, it picks up a literary ball that’s been only fitfully carried after Salinger.”—Nerve.com
Posted in Contemporary Women Tagged with: Account, Diary, Edition, Girl, North Atlantic Books, Pictures, Revised, teenage, Words