Amelia Writes Again

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Pleasant Company Publications, Jan 1, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
13 Reviews
Amelia's notebooks entertain readers with great stories about the ups and downs of growing up, told from the perspective of an inquisitive, insightful 10-year-old girl. What's more, her witty words and whimsical doodles encourage girls to express their creativity by drawing and writing about their own lives.

Amelia turns 10 and fills a brand-new journal with musings on friendship, privacy, and loyalty.

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Review: Amelia Writes Again (Amelia's Notebooks #2)

User Review  - Tashuna Walker - Goodreads

I liked that this book is meant to look like a journal that has entries of what the character was thinking about and how she was feeling. I also enjoyed this book because it reminds me of my own ... Read full review

Review: Amelia Writes Again (Amelia's Notebooks #2)

User Review  - Cheryl - Goodreads

A good way to show people what a commonplace book, or journal, or diary, can be. I'd much rather keep a notebook than a blog, myself. Wholesome & authentic at the same time, a really nice story. Still, it's aimed at 8-10 year-old girls and really doesn't transcend to the more universal. Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Marissa Moss began as an illustrator of children's books. She is the author and illustrator of the Amelia series. She has written and illustrated more than 20 children's books including Amelia's Notebook, which was named a 1997 American Booksellers Association Pick of the Lists book. Her other books include Regina's Big Mistake and Knick Knack Paddywack. My Notebook (with Help from Amelia) also won the 2000 Parent Council Outstanding Award Informational and Oh Boy, Amelia! won the 2001 Parent's Guide to Children's Media Award and the 2002 Children's Choice Award.

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