It's not my fault I know everything / by Jamie Kelly [i.e. Jim Benton].
By: Benton, Jim.Material type: TextSeries: Kelly, Jamie. Dear dumb diary: 8.; Kelly, Jamie. Dear dumb diary: #8.; Kelly, Jamie. Dear dumb diary: ; Kelly, Jamie. Dear dumb diary: 08.; Dear dumb diary: 8Jamie Kelly diary: 8.Publisher: New York : Scholastic, c2009Description: 131 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780439825979.Other title: It is not my fault I know everything.Subject(s): Diaries -- Juvenile fiction | Middle schools -- Juvenile fiction | Diary fiction -- Juvenile fiction | Children's humourous stories | Schools -- Juvenile fiction | Kelly, Jamie (Fictitious character) -- Juvenile fiction | Middle school students -- Juvenile fictionGenre/Form: Children's humorous fiction. | Children's fiction. DDC classification: [Fic]
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New York Times Bestselling author Jamie Kelly is back with another hilarious, candid, and sometimes not-so-nice diary!<br> <br> Dear Dumb Diary,<br> <br> I went back and read some of my very oldest diaries. The entries say things like "I eated salad dressing" and "I got a Barbie shoe stuck in Stinker's nose again" and "The vet was mean to me about the Barbie shoe so I tried to bite him but vets are quick at not getting bit because dogs try all the time but dogs don't usually kick so I did that."<br> <br> What amazed me was just how dumb I used to be, considering how smart I am now. There must have been a day when I just woke up smart.
"Jim Benton's tales from Mackerel Middle School."
"Apple series"--Cover p. .
"Jim Benton's tales from Mackerel Middle School." -"Apple series"--Cover p. . -Jamie Kelly looks back through her very oldest diaries, and is amazed at how dumb she used to be considering how smart she is now.
Jamie Kelly looks back through her very oldest diaries, and is amazed at how dumb she used to be considering how smart she is now.
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