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Amelia's notebook

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 441 Ratings and 50 Reviews

Book Description
Nothing gets by Amelia. She's one of those kids who is always wondering why things are the way they are and she puts it all down in her notebook. There's a family move to ponder and a bratty sister to deal with. Amelia's thoughts and pictures are sure to be an inspiration to young writers and artists everywhere. Full-color illustrations.
Book Information
PublisherScholastic, Inc.
BindingPaperback (12 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
ISBN-100590107941
ISBN-13978-0590107945
Publication Date/1997
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The Creators
About Marissa Moss (Author) : Marissa Moss is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Marissa Moss include Amelia's Notebook (Amelia), Amelia's 5th-Grade Notebook (Amelia), Ameli... more
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2/14/2008 Marya Jansen-Gruber said:
This work of fiction is not only cleverly presented but it is also great fun to read. The book is made to look like a real nine year old's journal complete with a black and white "composition" cover. The heroine, Amelia, has just moved to a new home and she misses her old school and best friend. The... more

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