Diary of a Real Payne Book 1: True Story by Annie TiptonDiary of a Real Payne Book 1: True Story by Annie Tipton

Diary of a Real Payne Book 1: True Story

byAnnie Tipton

Perfect | September 1, 2013

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Old Schoolhouse Magazine's Best Children’s Book for 2013.  True Story! . . . These pages from EJ Payne’s diary will have you ROTFL as you witness her spunky personality and well-meant-but-often-misunderstood antics. You’ll fall in love with this first release in the Diary of a Real Payne series as EJ records her thoughts and feelings about living in little old Spooner, Wisconsin (snooze!), eventually leaving her hometown to do big things when she’s all grown up (oh glorious day!), and having to star in the role of lead angel in the Vine Street Christmas pageant (are you kidding me?). This colossal-fun series is overflowing with humor and memorable life lessons.

Watch for Book 2 - Church Camp Chaos in March 2014!
Annie Tipton made up her first story at the ripe old age of two when she asked her mom to write it down for her. (Hey, she was just two—she didn't know how to make letters yet!) Since then she has read and written many words as a student, newspaper reporter, author, and editor. Annie loves snow (which is a good thing because she lives ...
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Title:Diary of a Real Payne Book 1: True StoryFormat:PerfectDimensions:192 pages, 7.56 × 5.13 × 0.68 inPublished:September 1, 2013Publisher:Barbour Publishing, Inc.Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1624161316

ISBN - 13:9781624161315

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Diary of a Real Payne is written seamlessly between first and third person narrative... So I guess you could say we recommend this book. Highly recommend. I love how the book features a little girl who is bright, funny, and not perfect. She makes mistakes, she gets annoyed with her little brother, but overall, she finds that her faith keeps her strong. The faith aspect is not contrived or thrown in, but woven seamlessly throughout the entire book.