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Bestselling author Jamie Kelly has been keeping diaries for years . . . and each one just gets funnier! But she has no idea that anyone is reading them. So please, please, please don't tell her.
  Something strange is happening at Mackerel Middle School. Even stranger than Jamie and Isabella becoming friends with Angeline. (Which is still really, really strange.) Jamie can suddenly and inexplicably understand the weirdest and most mysterious creatures around: Boys.
  And there's only one logical explanation --- superpowers.  PRAISE FOR JIM BENTON AND DEAR DUMB DIARY:
  "What's new, what's cool: 'Dear Dumb Diary.' You'll laugh out loud at what this girl has to say." -- Knight/Ridder Tribune
  "This book's witty and satiric sense of humor is sure to resonate with kids and make these books a must-have." -- BIG BLUE DOT Trend Update
  "Told in knee-slapping diary entries . . . Jim Benton delivers a wonderfully silly series that combines his knack for knowing what kids love to read with fun illustrations. Young audiences will eat up Jamie's diary descriptions . . . while parents are sure to see their kids beg for more Dumb Diary books." -- The Barnes & Noble Review
  "Mr. Benton's intellectual properties . . . have made him stand out in an industry dominated by big entertainment companies." -- The Wall Street Journal
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Jim Benton
  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 Franny K. Stein and the bestselling Dear Dumb Diary series. Jim lives in Michigan with his spectacular wife and kids.

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