The Adrian Mole Diaries by Sue Townsend
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Great as a stress reliever, this book will provide hours of entertainment for everyone.
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1986 first Grove Press edition (stated) from Grove Press, Inc., N.Y., 342 pages in an unclipped dust jacket.
 

About Sue Townsend

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Sue Townsend was born in Leicester on April 2, 1946. She left school at fifteen and started writing immediately, alternatley working for the next two decades, in a factory, a shop and a garage. Her most famous creation, the neurotic diarist Adrian Mole, arrived in 1985 in The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4. Since then, 10 million copies have been sold. For twenty years nobody knew that Leicester housewife, Mrs Townsend, was a writer. She joined a writers' group at Leicester's Phoenix Theatre and was soon installed as the Writer in Residence there. Townsend's other books include The Queen and I, Number Ten and Public Confessions of a Middle-Aged Woman. She has diabetes and, as a result, is now blind.
 
Published February 1, 1988 by Grove Pr. 342 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books. Fiction
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Reviewed by happygirl165 on Mar 02 2012

Great as a stress reliever, this book will provide hours of entertainment for everyone.

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