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2015 Diversity Reading Challenge Blogging from A to Z Challenge

Blogging from #AtoZChallenge D Dork Diaries

It’s D Day!

D

and D stands for DORK!

Dork Diaries by by Rachel RenΓ©e Russell

There is so much to love about Dork Diaries!

#1 It’s ok to be a dork

#2 the author is a person of color (true)

#3 dorks are diverse and come in all shapes, sizes, and colors #diverse

#4 perfect book for middle grade readers, easy to read easy to relate to.

YAY FOR DORKS!

Have you read Dork Diaries?

Have a great weekend and see ya Monday!

By Pam

My passion is advocating for diversity in children's and YA literature.

18 replies on “Blogging from #AtoZChallenge D Dork Diaries”

Dork Diaries sounds fabulous! I love how so much YA books are coming out with diversity and acceptance as themes. This next generation coming up with be so well-rounded and loving!
Michele at Angels Bark

I love middle grade fiction and I love books about diverse people and especially misfits. Will have to read this one.

I can’t believe I haven’t read these books. They’re now on my growing stack of TBR books.

If “Dork” is a part of your vocabulary it is confirmation you are a dork . . . and/or over the age of 50 and remember when it was rad to use the word dork. Look like a cool book.

hi Pam

have not come across Dork Diaries as yet, but seems interesting. Will look out for it. Modhukori

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