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S the richer for Kylie's efforts Here is one of the most accurate documents ever published on how a teenager's mind actually wor. This was a birthday gift when I turned 10 I loved it then even though I didn't understand all the subject matter at the time I still find it a funny read but maybe because I am brought back to a naive and childish time

Read & download My Diary: By Kylie Mole

My Diary By Kylie MoleKylie Mole an average teenager kept a diary for over a year It was a huge undertaking for Kyle who also had to contend with the. Ah The Comedy Comedy Sure there was Con the Fruiterer Uncle Arthur Colin Carpenter and David Rabbitborough; but for me it was all about Kylie Mole I was a big fan of the show and when I got both The Comedy Company Cassette Tape and The Secret Diary of Kylie Mole for Christmas in between year six and seven I nearly lost my mind I read the diary so many times in year seven I could pretty much recite itThe Secret Diary of Kylie Mole takes you inside Kylie’s world for a school year as she goes through the trials and tribulations of being a teenage girl Her parents and little brother are embarrassing bogans there is her arch nemesis Amanda she wants her acne to go away and to have the life of Kylie and Jason from Neighbours; and of course there’s Dino Her first love and the one she pashes There are many laugh out loud moments and I still find it just as funny today as I did in 199091 when she goes she goes she just goes

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My Diary: By Kylie Mole Read & download ✓ 102 ✓ Kylie Mole an average teenager kept a diary for over a year It was a huge undertaking for Kyle who also had to contend with the problems of everyday teenage life unfaithful boyfriends spac little brothers and bogans to name but three We feel that society is the richer for Kylie's efProblems of everyday teenage life unfaithful boyfriends spac little brothers and bogans to name but three We feel that society i. I will never forget this book I was about 12yrs old when I read it and I will never forget how funny it was I honestly read it about 10 15 times and It gave me a good laugh each time I would love to find a copy of it again to see if my daughter likes it but the humour these days has changed so It would be interesting to find out