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Deep and Meaningful Diaries from Planet Janet

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From Dyan Sheldon, author of the best-selling CONFESSIONS OF A TEENAGE DRAMA QUEEN, two hilarious diaries in one satisfying volume!


"The fast-paced, clever writing will keep teens eagerly reading and sharing passages with each other to the end." — BOOKLIST

"Funny dialogue and a wacky setting, while still delivering a smart story." — KIRKUS REVIEWS
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From Dyan Sheldon, author of the best-selling CONFESSIONS OF A TEENAGE DRAMA QUEEN, two hilarious diaries in one satisfying volume!


"The fast-paced, clever writing will keep teens eagerly reading and sharing passages with each other to the end." — BOOKLIST

"Funny dialogue and a wacky setting, while still delivering a smart story." — KIRKUS REVIEWS
Product Details
Paperback (464 pages)
Published: January 23, 2007
Publisher: Candlewick Press
Imprint: Candlewick
ISBN: 9780763632168
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