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Dear Diary: The Best Diaries & Journals For Girls

Writing down your thoughts and feelings on a regular basis (whether that’s daily, weekly or monthly) is a great way to work out your private, personal problems and keep a record of your life that you can read back over and over again when you’re older.


Kidzworld has reviewed the top journals and diaries for girls on the market – and these aren’t just any ordinary blank books you can write it. Check them out by clicking on one of the links in the following list – if one of them calls to you, it may just be time to start your own diary!


  1. Dear Dumb Diary: An Utterly Magnificent Boxed Set
  2. My [Not-So] Perfect Life: A Fill-In-The-Blanks Journal
  3. Me And My Friends: The Book Of Us
  4. My All-Time Top Five: A Book Of Lists For You And Your Friends
  5. My Fabulous Life In Pictures: A Photo Scrapbook And More

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