Amelia's Notebook by Marissa Moss

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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.
 

About Marissa Moss

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Marissa Moss has written and illustrated many books for children, including the popular Amelia's Notebook series, the picture book Nurse, Soldier, Spy, and a middle-grade novel, The Pharaoh's Secret. She lives in Berkeley, California.
 
Published January 1, 1999 by Pleasant Company Publications. 32 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Amelia is a bit smug and precocious, but then so are some of our favorite nine-year-olds.

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In Marissa Moss's Madame Amelia Tells All, the now-familiar marbleized notebook opens to reveal secrets of fortune-telling, including how to do palm readings and foot readings, and four tear-out ""fortune-tellers"" (aka cootie catchers) that reveal such things as career choices and character stre...

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When she learns her new neighbor is deaf, Amelia sets to learning sign language in Amelia Lends a Hand by Marissa Moss.

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When her older sister, Cleo, develops a crush on a classmate, Amelia watches her sibling's personality disappear in Oh Boy, Amelia!

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Amelia, the spunky (occasionally bratty) nine-year-old star of the popular picture book titles by Marissa Moss, comes to life via this animated video inspired by Amelia's Notebook.

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Spend a year with Amelia in Amelia's Best Year Ever: Favorite Amelia Stories from American Girl Magazine by Marissa Moss.

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Spend a year with Amelia in Amelia's Best Year Ever: Favorite Amelia Stories from American Girl Magazine by Marissa Moss.

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the cover bears the familiar black-and-white abstract design of a composition book, decorated with color cartoons by Amelia, the book's nine-year-old ``author.'' Inside, on lined pages, Amelia writes about her recent move to a new town, doodles pictures of people she meets and saves such mementos...

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