How My Private, Personal Journal Became a Bestseller
Formerly plain fourteen-year-old Jamie Bartlett isn"t so simple anyeven more. Ever since she created a story around Isabella (aka IS), the stereotype-defying, popular-girl-crushing super teenager, Jamie"s life hasn"t been the exact same. Suddenly she"s doing interviews and book signings, flying to L.A. to hang out through celebrities, and also dating Marco Vega, the hottest man in school!
But will all of this attention go to Jamie"s head? Or will certainly she take a leskid from IS and also remember that there"s even more to life than popularity?
USA Today Review:
DeVillers, author of the non-fiction Girlwise: How to Be Confident, Cool and in Control, has actually created a winning, fictional girl-power tale. It"s tailor-produced tweens handling the frequently cruel popularity dispute junior and senior high college can be. Jamie Bartlett"s personal musings about a superheroine who stands as much as suppose popular girls who bully her are mistakenly turned in as English homejob-related. Her teacher, a publisher and then teenager girls almost everywhere make Jamie a best-selling writer and heroine in her own right.
How My Private, Personal Journal Became a Bestseller was adapted right into the Disney Channel Original Movie Read it and Weep, starring Kay Panabaker and Danielle Panabaker! Here"s just how Disney describes the film:
Jamie transforms from consistent girl to media darling after her journal is accidentally turned in for a writing contest and becomes a best-marketing book. With the aid of her true friends, she learns some major lessons around the prominence of being yourself.