Interest LevelReading LevelReading A-ZATOSWord Count
Grades 9 - 12Grades 3 - 5n/a4.636609
A first illustrated teen novel by the best-selling author of the Middle School series follows the efforts of a former mental hospital patient to overcome personal and community challenges by deciding to bridge the gap between her high school's warring cliques despite the reluctance of some to join hands and get along. Reprint.
Hardcover
Published on July 17, 2014 by Arrow (Young)
ISBN-10: 0099596253
ISBN-13: 9780099596257
3 Book Reviews
  • maggies20
    maggies20Wednesday, October 7, 2015 at 4:01 am44 stars
    Homeroom Diaries is all about a teenager's life! The main character, Cuckoo, is going through a lot of troubles, she lost the two most important person in her life, but she didn't let that break her down, with her best friends by her side, she decides to ignore all the hate and start over and stay happy. This story might seem simple but I think it's very realistic and especially suitable for teenagers. I think one of the strengths of this book is the drawings, it keeps the story interesting and giving the readers a better image of the characters and scenes. The author added many details to describe the emotions of Cuckoo and her friends. I also really love that the story is told in a diary form. I recommend Homeroom Diaries to teenager readers. The most important message from this book is...Always remember to stay positive!!!
    • ca21410
      ca21410Friday, August 29, 2014 at 4:58 pm44 stars
      it is a very intresting book i recommend it for deep readers. it shows that everyone is equal in different ways it is a little violent but once you start reading it you won't want to stop
      • makiya
        makiyaTuesday, August 5, 2014 at 11:21 pm
        i seen a comersial of this book on tv and i like it so i was like i want to read this book and one of my goals were to read a james patterson book and i read the preview and i kinda like it its not really my kind of book