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Author:
Ann M. Martin
ISBN13:
978-0590023832
ISBN:
0590023837
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Publisher:
Scholastic Paperbacks (August 1, 1998)
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Literature & Fiction
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4.7
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California Diaries Series. 16 primary works, 20 total works. Diary Two: Dawn, Sunny, Maggie, Amalia, and Ducky. In this five-book compilation by the author of.

California Diaries Series. Book 1. Dawn: Diary 1. by Ann M. Martin.

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If only I could be perfect. If only I could lose 10 pounds  . Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Maggie: Diary Two (California Diaries, 8) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Maggie: Diary Two is the 8th book in the California Diaries, which also includes Dawn: Diary Two and Amalia: Diary Tw.

Maggie: Diary Two is the 8th book in the California Diaries, which also includes Dawn: Diary Two and Amalia: Diary Two. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Open Road MediaReleased: Mar 25, 2014ISBN: 9781453298152Format: book. carousel previous carousel next. Rain Reign, Chapters 1-5. Ann M.

Five-in-One California Diaries. I hope Maggie and her new friends don’t want to stay at the beach too late-I promised Dad I’d help make dinner tonight

Five-in-One California Diaries. I hope Maggie and her new friends don’t want to stay at the beach too late-I promised Dad I’d help make dinner tonight. 322. 0. Published: 2014. Remove from Wishlist. In this series. Books related to Maggie: Diary Two.

Everyone who reads California Diaries knows that these books aren't teen dramas like Sweet Valley High, about who . I think the author, Ann M Martin, wanted a happy ending kind of book to Maggie's diaries; wanting to show the reader that Maggie can relax and be happy.

Everyone who reads California Diaries knows that these books aren't teen dramas like Sweet Valley High, about who goes out with who and what they're wearing and all of that. And all of the CaDiaries so far have proved this. But this one did NOT live up to the CaDiaries reputation - it WAS almost like a teen-drama Sweet Valley High. That is a good thing, because to some readers it will be a relief to see Maggie not worrying for once. is the grass purple and the sky polka-dotted?)

I reccomend all the other California Diaries. Especially Amalia and Maggie. Maggie is my favorie character. I read the book Dawn Diary by Ann M.

I reccomend all the other California Diaries. I think that this book was very interesting. It makes you want to keep reading and it has a lot of interesting chapters.

Maggie : Diary Two. (Book in the California Diaries Series). California Diaries Series Ann M. California Diaries: Dawn, Diary 1.

Maggie's weight-consciousness truly takes a turn for the self-destructive when she decides she can only be happy if she reduces her weight from 103 to 90 pounds, recording every bite of food she takes in her journal. Original.
  • Maggie Diary 2, no.8 in series, was a good book. But unlike the other CADiaries, i gave it 4 stars instead of 5 because an anorexic does not just realise she (or he) has a problem and then get instantly better. The agony of recovering does not happen as fast as portrayed in this book. In this book, it was like, "I guess i have a problem, but i don't know what to do about it, so i'll just eat again". An anorexic doesn't realise that they have an eating problem this fast - it can take months, or years, to admit a problem...and some anorexics NEVER admit the problem. In this book i think that Ann M Martin was in a hurry to finish the book and that is probably why Maggie so suddenly realised about her anorexia.

    However i do think that Ann made the feelings and thoughts of Maggie very much like a true anorexic's, so there was a little realism in the book. This is what i mean by, 'VERY REALISTIC...but not really, if you know what I mean...'.

    There was a good sub-plot about her mum and her alcohol problems, too. And the date with Justin was good, very much like a real anorexic would act on a date - 'Too many calories, i've already eaten, i feel sick,' etc...excuses for not eating. The way Ann M Martin portrayed this in the book was good.

    Worth reading and buying overall, good CADiaries book.

  • Maggie is a teenage girl who is like a lot of other teenagers who aren't happy with her looks. Maggie thinks that she is really fat even though she is about to disappear, so she stops eating. Besides being aneroxic, her mom is an alcoholic and she has to help her with a benefit because she can't handle it because of her drinking. Then she volenteers at an animal shelter and on top of all that she is the lead singer in a garage band. And she also contradicts herself in that by saying she can't sing even though everyone loves her singing. Then she has a huge crush on the new guitar player in her band and he asks her out on a date and bearly eats at all. Will Maggie start having faith in herself or start eating? For the answer to that you'll have to read this book and I suggest you do because you could see how a person in this situation thinks and see how she gets through her hard times.

  • I have been impressed by this series numerous times. Maggie's second diary was an incredible inside look at what an anorexic might go through. It also showed that an eating disorder doesn't just come along because you want to lose wait, it comes about also because stress and low self esteem as well. Maggie constantly thought she was ugly and that she was failing at everything. Soon, the only accomplishments she ever felt good about was either losing a pound or dropping a dress size. As a former Baby Sitters' Club reader, I'm glad Ann decided to start this more realistic series, where none of these girls live in a perfect world.

  • Maggie: Diary two, written by Ann M. Martin, was honestly not as enjoyable as I expected. When I first heard about this book I expected to go into the mind of Maggie, but that's not what happened. Instead I got a grocery list of what she ate that day and a page on how she has a crush on her band mate, Justin Randall. I mean do I really care about EXACTLY what she ate? For example, she shared that she had a half tuna sandwich (NO MAYO).

    The book is basically about a girl whose mother is an alcoholic and whose father is a big time guy in Hollywood. She has a brother named Zeke, and that's about it; there really wasn't much else to the story. The only plot was, she thought she was fat so went anorexic, and along the way told about her job and secret crush.

    This book was also a waste of time because it was so predictable. The whole book she goes on and on about how she worries about her mother drinking at this benefit, well surprise, surprise...she does, and gets drunk. And then, she complains about her father and once again, here's a big surprise, she gets in a fight with him. And finally, she admits to her problem and everyone lives happily ever after. But that's not all; her negativity is so amazingly annoying. On almost every entry, she complains. Whether she's complaining about her weight, her job, her friends, her parents, her brother, or her date, she just HAS to get something bad out of it. To prove this, she actually says, "I'm fat, I can't sing, I CAN'T keep my grades up, I AM UGLY!" Finally, this whole story just seems fake, being she's the daughter of a famous man living in Hollywood and wants to be thin, and so cliché that's it's simply just a waste of time and effort.

  • Maggie: Diary two, written by Ann M. Martin, was honestly not as enjoyable as I expected. When I first heard about this book I expected to go into the mind of Maggie, but that's not what happened. Instead I got a grocery list of what she ate that day and a page on how she has a crush on her band mate, Justin Randall. I mean do I really care about EXACTLY what she ate? For example, she shared that she had a "half tuna sandwich (NO MAYO)".

    The book is basically about a girl whose mother is an alcoholic and whose father is a big time guy in Hollywood. She has a brother named Zeke, and that's about it; there really wasn't much else to the story. The only plot was, she thought she was fat so went anorexic, and along the way told about her job and secret crush.

    This book was also a waste of time because it was so predictable. The whole book she goes on and on about how she worries about her mother drinking at this benefit, well surprise, surprise...she does, and gets drunk. And then, she complains about her father and once again, here's a big surprise, she gets in a fight with him. And finally, she admits to her problem and everyone lives happily ever after. But that's not all; her negativity is so amazingly annoying. On almost every entry, she complains. Whether she's complaining about her weight, her job, her friends, her parents, her brother, or her date, she just HAS to get something bad out of it. To prove this, she actually says, "I'm fat, I can't sing, I CAN'T keep my grades up, I AM UGLY!" Finally, this whole story just seems fake, being she's the daughter of a famous man living in Hollywood and wants to be thin, and so cliché that's it's simply just a waste of time and effort.