Diary of a Would-Be Princess Journal Tips for Teachers

Diary of a Would-Be Princess Journal Tips for Teachers
Utilize these teaching tips from Diary of a Would-Be Princess to help your students become great journal writers!

Grade Levels: 4 - 7

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Diary of a Would-Be Princess
Jessica Green

In her classroom journal, Jillian records her thoughts about school, family, her friends, and her deepest wish to be in the Princess clique. Throughout the year she learns the true meaning of friendship and the value of being herself. An unexpected twist in Jillian's relationship with her teacher, Mrs. Bright, is an uplifting ending to Diary of a Would-Be Princess.
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