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The Encyclopedia Of My Immaturity
Editors of Klutz

Your Own Personal Diary-ah

Klutz
April 2011
On Sale: April 1, 2011
54 pages
ISBN: 1591749239
EAN: 9781591749233
Hardcover
$16.99
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Announcing the last thing you’d expect from the The Encyclopedia of Immaturity people: a diary. We know — “diary” sounds like it has the dearest little lock on it and maybe a kitten on the cover, with pastel pages to be filled with the sensitive writing of a tender soul on a voyage of self-discovery. Yeah, this diary is nothing like that. The Encyclopedia of MY Immaturity is a wise-cracking collection of write-in-the-book activities immortalizing the triumphs of a misspent youth. Like your sister’s diary, this journal comes with a handy pen mounted right on the front cover. Unlike your sister’s diary, it also comes with a few fake fill-in-the-blank, parent-praising journal entries (for the benefit of unauthorized snoops). Other entries include the “how immature are you, really?” test, the “what you will barely grow up to be?” fortune teller, and the “what kind of goofball are you?” quiz (spaz, party clown, or slouch). Throughout, directed activities share space with open-ended journal prompts. It’s the ideal way to record all those things you should never have done in the first place, and how you’ll do them better next time.

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Good Morning America - September 27, 2011

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