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The private blog of Joe Cowley

The private blog of Joe Cowley

Davis, Ben, author

14-year-old Joe Cowley didn't think his luck could get any worse. But then he finds out he has to share a bedroom with his new step-brother - wedgie-giving school bully Gav James - and Joe realizes all his worst nightmares are about to come true! Brilliantly funny and packed with doodles, this book will make you cry with laughter

Paperback, Book. English. General. Teenage Fiction. Diary fiction. Fiction 13+. Young adult fiction.
Published Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014
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Available at (CSA) Savick.

  • (CSA) Savick – One available in JF Teenage Teenage Stock JF

    Barcode Shelfmark Loan type Status
    30118130245172 JF Teenage Teenage Stock JF Junior Fiction Available
  • (HHA) Haslingden – Earliest copy due back 13th September

    Barcode Shelfmark Loan type Status
    30118128949546 JF Teenage Teenage Stock JF Junior Fiction Overdue (was due back 13th September)

Details

Statement of responsibility: written by Ben Davis
ISBN: 0192736752, 9780192736758
Intended audience: 12+. Adolescent.
Physical Description: 349 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 20 cm

Description

The brilliantly funny and cringe-worthy secret blog of 14-year-old Joe Cowley (wannabe comic artist and self-confessed repeller of girls):

Sunday 1st January

So here's the thing. I've decided to start writing a blog. A private one. The idea is that it'll help me sort my life out, because quite frankly, it can't get much worse . . .

· I gained the nickname Puke Skywalker after vomiting over Louise Bentley on the waltzer.

· I am subjected to daily wedgies by my arch-enemy Gav James.

· My so-called best mates are trying to get me killed in a bid to win £250 on You've Been Framed.

This cannot go on. I have to do something, or I'll end up like Mad Morris down the park who thinks he's Jesus. By the end of next term, I'm going to be a completely different person.

At least, that's the theory...

Reviews

'I loved reading this. It's Adrian Mole meets Wimpy Kid, with the right mix of cringe-worthy and funny moments thrown in together...'
Nikki Heath, The School Librarian Journal