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The female Wimpy Kid! Nikki is the reverse of popular. She’s a total dork! But Nikki hopes that by moving to a new school she might just stand a chance of making some friends and leaving her old lame ways in the past. Will she manage to become the popular kid she dreams of being? Well – life isn’t quite that simple! Follow Nikki’s life through sketches, doodles and diary entries in this brilliantly funny, internationally bestselling series about a geeky girl and her growing pains!

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  1. Cheerforevers
    on 3 March 2014

    My favourite is party time

  2. vivianha102
    on 2 October 2013

    I love the books that the author writes. I am kind of a dork myself. So, I just love this book.

    5out of 5
  3. jesjen
    on 17 March 2013

    These books are AWE-SOOOME!

  4. KarlMagic33
    on 7 March 2013

    Really Good!

  5. demilade
    on 7 March 2013

    the book was really good

  6. bugzy72
    on 6 March 2013

    its a good book

  7. lmdrld
    on 5 March 2013

    my favourite book in the trio was dork diaries party time.

  8. Lily82002
    on 7 December 2012

    This book is cool and I reccomend it for 7 and overs

    4out of 5
  9. mrstink4712
    on 7 October 2012

    I loved theses books their the best books I have ever read

    5out of 5
  10. Kitcatcrunchy
    on 8 June 2012

    This Series of books were the best books i have ever read! I would recommend them for age 9-11 i think the humor for that age is brilliant. Also i would recommend them for children in yr 5-6! Thank You xx

    5out of 5
  11. f6f6
    on 5 April 2012

    i love this story and i love this girl i was i have this story but i didnt know where i put it ! i hopp that i can found it realy i want to read it again!!

    5out of 5
  12. Flissy22
    on 2 March 2012

    i have read 2 out of 3 of these books im just waiting to read the last one !!

  13. Bookworm81
    on 1 March 2012

    A set of some of the best books ever.

  14. lululilly
    on 17 December 2011


  15. mkay242
    on 27 November 2011

    These books were awesome!! I took so much time out of my schedule just to read them from cover to cover, page after page, comic after comic, word after word!! The 1st book was just the start of my loving for this series. Nikki Maxwell’s father gets a job at a new middle school. Which means Nikki has to go there, only to have a locker next to the most meanest/popular girl in the whole school! Now Nikki has no friends, is the biggest dork in school, and has a huge crush on a guy Nikki thinks she will never get! Love these books! And I hope all you ppl out there will like them too!! :) :) :) :) :) !!!!

    4out of 5
  16. bookworm743
    on 6 November 2011

    In response it is not rubbish. I would like to see you write a book and see what other people think about it.

  17. MaYaM-XD
    on 7 October 2011

    Gota friends who’s little sister reads these books. Maybe i’ll ask 2 lend it to me… She’ll probs think im a baby but im expecting it to be like Diary Of A Wimpy Kind.

  18. flossy1998
    on 12 September 2011

    good book for 11+ i reccomend!

  19. uniquegirl
    on 26 August 2011

    Dork Diaries is like Diary of a wimpy Kid, but about girls, for girls. The books are really funny, but to be honest, total trash. It’s very shallow, and has no depth, no plot line. The illustrations are OK.