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by Amy Hest




Young Adult Ages 9 - 12 Excellent story of Katie Roberts as she tells it in her diary.
Download The Private Notebook of Katie Roberts, Age 11 epub
ISBN: 059028410X
ISBN13: 978-0590284103
Category: No category
Author: Amy Hest
Language: English
Publisher: Scholastic; Other Printing edition (1997)
Pages: 75 pages
ePUB size: 1794 kb
FB2 size: 1146 kb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 210
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Kearanny
Read this book so many times as a kid and still love it. City girl Katie is uprooted by her mother after the death of her father to Texas so her mother can remarry. While she likes her stepfather, everything takes a lot of getting used to. Katie can come off as bratty sometime but her feelings are understandable. Set in post world war two times, thought I never picked up on this as a child, it gives us a peek in the past and shows us what has changed but what's stayed the same
Lahorns Gods
ITS AMAZING LOVE IT I'm a 10 year old that read this and after I read it I read it again and again and again intill I found out theres another one YAY and I even read it 3 times I can't help well I probably don't make sence but I get that
BOND
i think that book was a good book for children.it talkes about how a city girl moves to texas and her mother being married and getting pregnant.katie doesnt like her new father because she misses her old father who died in a war.it is a wonderful book and i recomend it to mature children.read it someday and you will know what i mean!
fetish
This story can be likeable. A sweet, too-tall girl with the avarage problem of a new life. The downsides? It's so dull!

Katie complains on and on in her journal, when she isn't facing any real problems. She's being a spoiled brat about returning to New York, and has eyes for only herself. Katie sounds more like a four-year-old than eleven.
Iarim
What the heck! This book is a waste of time and money! Katie acts like a five year old! I mean, come ON! I got over my fear of boys in 3rd grade, and Katie's in 6th! I also think that a girl her age would have more insight on the world. A horrible book!