The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4: The Play

Author: Sue Townsend

Play version of this novel that was a hit with adults and teenagers alike., , In his secret diary, British teenager Adrian Mole excruciatingly details every morsel of his turbulent adolescence. Mixed in with daily reports about the zit sprouting on his chin are heartrending passages about his parents’ chaotic marriage. Adrian sees all, and he has something to say about everyth….Read More

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