Dear Dumb Diary Year Two #2: The Super-Nice Are Super-Annoying by Jim BentonDear Dumb Diary Year Two #2: The Super-Nice Are Super-Annoying by Jim Benton

Dear Dumb Diary Year Two #2: The Super-Nice Are Super-Annoying

byJim BentonIllustratorJim Benton

Paperback | June 1, 2012

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Do NOT read Jamie Kelly's top-secret diaries!

"Sometimes it amazes me how ingenious I am about everything." - Jamie Kelly

We've been with Jamie Kelly through her search for inner beauty, poufy bridesmaid dresses, and desperate attempts to make money during summer vacation. Along the way, she's left us with countless gems of snarky wisdom, such as: "If somebody ever asks you to kick her in the face, the first thing she will do is forget that she asked you to do it," and "As long as you keep laughing at how dumb something is, you can secretly enjoy it without risking your cool."

Now Jamie's upcoming diaries have a fresh look and a fun twist. It's Dear Dumb Diary: Year Two! The diary entries are still laugh-out-loud funny-but this is a whole new beginning. Everything is another year dumber!

(But Jamie STILL has no idea that anybody is reading her diary. So please, please, please don't tell her.)

JIM BENTON is a New York Times bestselling author and the creator of many licensed properties, including It's Happy Bunny. He's created a kids' TV series, designed clothing, and written books, such as the Franny K. Stein series and the bestselling Dear Dumb Diary series. Jim lives in Michigan with his spectacular wife and kids. Visit h...
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Title:Dear Dumb Diary Year Two #2: The Super-Nice Are Super-AnnoyingFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 7.56 × 5.27 × 0.42 inPublished:June 1, 2012Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0545377633

ISBN - 13:9780545377638

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"Benton is a genius at expressing a believable preteen girl worldview without silly vernacular or dumbing down to his audience." - KidsReads.com