Homeroom diaries / James Patterson & Lisa Papademetriou ; illustrated by Keino.
Contributor(s): Papademetriou, Lisa [author.] | Keino [illustrator.].Description: 246 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9780099596257 ; 0099596253 ; 9780099596264.Subject(s): High schools -- Teen fiction | Schools -- Teen fiction | Interpersonal relations -- Teen fiction | Foster home care -- Teen fiction | Friendship -- Teen fictionGenre/Form: Diary fiction. | Young adult fiction.DDC classification: 813.54 Summary: Seventeen-year-old Margaret "Cuckoo" Clark keeps a journal detailing the trials and tribulations of high school life as she and her close-knit group of outcast friends try to break down the barriers between their school's "warring nations."
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|Teen Fiction||Hāwera LibraryPlus Teen||Teen Fiction||PATT (Browse shelf)||Available||I2134850|
|Teen Fiction||Stratford Teen||Teen Fiction||PAT (Browse shelf)||Available||A00734683|
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In James Patterson's first highly illustrated 'diary fiction' story for teens, the mega-bestselling author's most endearing and original teen heroine ever proves that everyone can use a helping hand once in a while.<br> <br> Margaret 'Cuckoo' Clarke recently had a brief stay in a mental institution following an emotional breakdown, but she's turning over a new leaf with her 'Happiness Project'. She's determined to beat down the bad vibes of the Haters, the Terror Teachers, and all of the trials and tribulations of high school by writing and drawing in her diary. And when life gets really tough, she works through her own moments of uncertainty through imaginary conversations with her favourite literary characters.<br> <br> Cuckoo's also got a nearly impossible mission- she, along with her misfit band of self-deprecating friends (who call themselves 'the Freakshow') decide to bridge the gap between warring cliques and 'bring the Nations together'. Not everyone is so willing to join hands and get along, but Cuckoo never stops smiling... until one of her closest friends, pushed to desperation by a Hater prank, decides that enough is enough.
Seventeen-year-old Margaret "Cuckoo" Clark keeps a journal detailing the trials and tribulations of high school life as she and her close-knit group of outcast friends try to break down the barriers between their school's "warring nations."