With a HUGE global fanbase, Dork Diaries is the perfect series for fans of Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Tom Gates and Jacqueline Wilson.
Welcome to Nikki Maxwell's aDORKable world in the fourteenth book in the mega-selling Dork Diaries series – now with over 45 million copies in print worldwide!
Nikki and her bandmates are looking forward to an AWESOME summer on tour as the opening act for the world famous Bad Boyz!
The only problem? Nikki's frenemy, MacKenzie, has weaseled her way on to the tour too. And, worse still, it turns out she's going to be Nikki's new roomate! Will Nikki survive her dream tour turning into a nightmare?!
Have you read all the DORK DIARIES series? Dork Diaries Dork Diaries: Party Time Dork Diaries: Pop Star Dork Diaries: How To Dork Your Diary Dork Diaries: Skating Sensation Dork Diaries: Dear Dork Dork Diaries: Holiday Heartbreak Dork Diaries: OMG! All About Me Diary! Dork Diaries: TV Star Dork Diaries: Once Upon a Dork Dork Diaries: Drama Queen Dork Diaries: Puppy Love Dork Diaries: Frenemies Forever Dork Diaries: Crush Catastrophe Dork Diaries: Birthday Drama Dork Diaries: Spectacular Superstar Dork Diaries: I Love Paris! - Coming soon!
Rachel Renée Russell is an attorney who prefers writing tween books to legal briefs. (Mainly because books are a lot more fun and pajamas and bunny slippers aren’t allowed in court.) Rachel lives in Chantilly, Virginia.
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's UK (July 9, 2020)
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