Blogging from #AtoZChallenge D Dork Diaries

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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!

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

  1. 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

  2. Yay for dorks! I love this because I’m a dork from way back. Time to celebrate dorks everywhere!

  3. Is Dork still a popular slang word? It has been around for a very long time. Love the title of this book.

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

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

  6. 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.

  7. PammyPam,
    Maybe you’ll reveal your age after a few cocktails when we sit in the garage pretending it’s a cabana?

  8. Dork Diaries sounds wonderful! I’m looking forward to reading it. Thanks for the tip!

  9. hi Pam

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

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