Amelia Writes Again
Can Amelia share her life without sharing her journal?
Amelia’s sister Cleo gives her a new notebook as a tenth birthday present, and Amelia can’t wait to fill it with all her secret thoughts and drawings. But when her best friend Leah wants to read her notebook, Amelia is torn: Sometimes secrets are better when shared with friends, but other secrets are private. How can Amelia keep her friend from feeling left out while still saving some secrets for herself?
This popular installment of the bestselling Amelia series is now available for the first time as a paperback, making Amelia’s antics available to a wide new audience of young readers.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing
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
AMELIA WRITES AGAINUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Amelia is back, as precocious as ever. Having filled one journal (Amelia's Notebook, 1995) with her fantasies, color drawings, and random observations, she's embarked on another. This 10-year-old's ... Read full review