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Amelia Writes Again (Amelia's Notebooks #2)

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Can Amelia keep a friend and her deepest secrets at the same time?
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published August 1st 2006 by Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books (first published January 1st 1996)
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May 14, 2015 Miss_Nelson rated it really liked it
Amelia Writes Again is the sequel to Amelia's Notebook. Well, one of them...I think there are several now. This time, something unfortunate happens at Amelia's school, and she uses her notebook to write her feelings & thoughts about the event.

In addition, Amelia writes about her friendship with Leah and whether or not she should share her notebook with her secrets with her friend.

I might check out one of the other notebooks with Amelia in 7th grade. In this one, she is 10, which is a little
Maggie Cheesman
Feb 23, 2016 Maggie Cheesman rated it really liked it
Shelves: graphic-novel
In the graphic novel, Amelia Writes Again, Amelia receives a new notebook from her friend for her birthday. In the beginning of the graphic novel, Amelia is in a situation. Her friend Leah has found out about her notebook and she wants to be able to read it. Amelia is very torn about this. Half of her wants Leah to read the notebook while the other half wants her privacy and doesn't want Leah to be able to read it. Leah ends up getting upset about not being able to read it and she tells Amelia t ...more
Oct 14, 2016 PSU rated it it was ok
I didn't like this book so much because you don't read that much you could finish that book like in 10 minutes or less but if you like to read those type of books its fine also they are really intersting and fun to read but like they have a few pages and you want to keep on reading more but you already finish the book and so that is what I don't like. there is this girl that likes to write in her diary and when she goes back to school she finds out that her school is burn because somebody burned ...more
Amelia is back! Her first notebook chronicled her move across country and starting at a new school. This notebook looks at Amelia's attempts to trust her new friend Leah enough to let her read Amelia's notebook. Author Marissa Moss has again done a great job capturing the voice of a 10 year old girl writing in her journal, right down to the doodles in the margins.
Katy Jane
Jul 10, 2016 Katy Jane rated it it was amazing
1. I read these books when I was a kid and was obsessed with them.
2. I still talk about the thing under your nose being a place where snot funnels into your mouth because of this book.
3. I love her obsession with noses. In her first book she drew all different kinds and now this one she talks about the snot funnel.
4. I'm so happy her sister gave her this notebook.
5. I love the drawings that Amelia does.
6. I'm an English teacher and I have my kids draw and write in a notebook.
7. Perfect for ele
May 12, 2015 Ma.cox rated it liked it
I have one more book to read by Marissa Moss "Amelia" series. Amelia is a very caring person, she cares about what other people feel. I can relate to Amelia's emotions because, in the story her friend Leah wants to read her notebook, but Amelia isn't sure if she should let her. Amelia decided to write stories with Leah in her notebook, and later on show Leah the other stories Amelia wrote. I would recommend this book to all my classmates, just for a real quick read. I rated this book 3 out of 5 ...more
Dec 03, 2013 Dolly rated it liked it
Recommends it for: children who enjoy reading journals
This is the second book in the Amelia's Notebooks series by Marissa Moss. At the end of the school year in June, our oldest discovered one of the books in the series, Oh Boy, Amelia!, at a book giveaway at her school. She loved that book and I was surprised to see that there's a whole series of these journals and they're available at our local library. So we decided to read the rest of the series in order.

The narrative is a journal-like tale written by a middle-grade girl who is adjusting to ma
Aug 29, 2016 Sandra rated it really liked it
Delightful. I'm keeping it because I want to try to copy some of the artwork. The story is insignificant, but the journal with art is cry appealing.

I can't imagine a young reader not wanting to make their own journal after reading this. After all, it made me want to! Unfortunately, I started out with a finger pointing at something, seen from the side. Looked super easy, but my attempts were pathetic, even when I tried to trace.
Tashuna Walker
Dec 18, 2014 Tashuna Walker rated it really liked it
1.I liked that this book is meant to look like a journal that has entries of what the character was thinking about and how she was feeling. I also enjoyed this book because it reminds me of my own journals that I have kept over the years where I've written down memories that I didn't want to forget. I liked the fact that the book also had pictures to go along with the journal entries which makes you enjoy the book even more.

2.This Book Does Make Sense Because It's A Bout A Little Girl Who Keepi
Dec 14, 2014 Sasha rated it it was amazing
I used to love these books! Can't believe I forgot about them.
Oct 16, 2014 Rebecca rated it it was amazing
This is making me want to go find and buy all of them.
Amber Lee
Jun 04, 2014 Amber Lee marked it as to-read
I can't figure out how to read books on here...
Trina Marie
Feb 17, 2016 Trina Marie rated it really liked it
Perfect homework break books
Dec 15, 2014 Abby rated it really liked it
Shelves: kids, read_2014
Read with a tutoring kid.
Jul 31, 2014 Leiah rated it liked it
Shelves: library-book
Another cute Amelia book :)
I loved these growing up!
Nov 24, 2012 Chanelle rated it really liked it
This book is excellent to have your older students start a journal at the beginning of the school year. They can write about their time in 4th or 5th grade and about anything else that may be going on in their lives. I like this book because it shows writing from a perspective of girl that students can relate to. This can encourage writing on a whole other level.
Jun 29, 2016 Kristy rated it it was amazing
I will always love Amelia for showing girls that an artistic spirit perseveres in hard times. I love how real she is as a character, and how she uses humor to get her through. The Amelia series is definitely a treasure in my school library.
Isabelle Watson
Oct 11, 2012 Isabelle Watson rated it really liked it
I really liked this book! Even though I read 4 years ago, I still read it over and over again. This book was funny, but I found sometimes she kind of overexagerated a little bit too much. But overall this book was great.
Martin Villagrana
Sep 03, 2010 Martin Villagrana is currently reading it
In the frist papeg it take about she torneg come she can't eat pizza without getting it all over her face?Then it sed i call her cheezy chin.
Lilly Fife
Sep 17, 2009 Lilly Fife rated it really liked it
This book is called "Amelia Writes Again" because the author has not written an Amelia story in a while. It was cute and funny.
Mandy Robek
Love the humor and how Amelia shows writing can be fun. The doodles and art show the reader writing can be more than words.
May 23, 2012 Debra rated it really liked it
Shelves: juvenile, fiction
What a delightful story amid the art work which made the whole idea of this young girl keeping a journal come to life.
Feb 18, 2011 Kayla rated it it was amazing
It was the best book ever!!!I think im going to get some new editions from the library today!!!!
Sep 19, 2013 Megan rated it it was amazing
More of my childhood favorites! These were so entertaining and made books extremely exciting.
Jan 17, 2010 Aika marked it as to-read
Shelves: wish-list
I REALLY want this book!!! It's one of the top three books I want.
Chai T
Nov 25, 2007 Chai T rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: my cousin Sandy
Shelves: great-books
A MOVIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Mar 15, 2009 Katie rated it liked it
i was kinda disappointed about this one..
Oct 23, 2010 Maria rated it liked it
It was pretty much the same as the first book.
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Who is Marissa Moss anyway?

I’ve been making children’s books for a looooong time. I sent my first picture book to publishers when I was nine, but it wasn’t very good and they didn’t publish it. I didn’t try again until I was a grown-up and then it took five years of sending out stories, getting them rejected, revising them and sending them back over and over until I got my first book. Now I’ve pub
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