The Most Un-Secret Diary in the World (Vol. 4): How My Stupid Brother Played the Leading Role in My Play….
Das ungeheimste Tagebuch der Welt!, Band 4: Wie mein blöder Bruder die Hauptrolle in meinem Theaterstück spielte ...View all books in the series
- A graphic novel told from two different points of view (brother and sister) with a huge amount of humour and slapstick from the everyday life of the siblings.
ContentSo cool! Karline gets to direct the school theatre project! So not cool: her brother Paul has nabbed the role of Romeo. He wants to use it to get closer to his beloved Roberta, who is playing Juliet. To this end, he single-handedly decides to pimp his role and Romeo is transformed into the cool DJ Romeo. A convenient side effect: lazy Paul doesn’t even need to learn the words anymore, he can have someone prompt him via his headphones. Karline starts plotting her revenge and a drama begins.
About the SeriesThe Most Un-Secret Diary in the World is a graphic novel series written from the perspectives of its two main characters: Karline and Paul, who live together in a patchwork family. Luckily, Paul hasn’t hidden his diary – which he calls his log book – all that well, allowing Karline to have a look at it from time to time and keep one step ahead of Paul – or at least that’s what she thinks. The absurd everyday squabbles of these two very different almost-siblings as well as the many funny and creative illustrations will frequently have you in stitches.
The AuthorAnja Fröhlich has been writing children’s books for twenty years and loves marvelling at things for professional reasons alone. Since her son is grown and her husband is a travel journalist, she gets the chance to do that in the remotest regions of the world – just like the donkey and the squirrel. But Anja enjoys being home in Cologne just as much, where she has lived since studying film studies, art history and psychology.
Author and journalist Patrick Krause was born in Frankfurt am Main in 1965 and lives in Cologne. After studying philosophy, English language and literature and education, he worked as a copywriter for advertising and media. He subsequently founded his own publishing company and worked as a freelance journalist for Süddeutsche Zeitung and others. These days, he works as a language adviser for businesses. Since 2015, he has also been the editor-in-chief of QVEST magazine – when he’s not riding his racing bike or going crazy on the drums, that is. “The Most Un-Secret Diary” is his first – and very successful – excursion into the world of children’s books.
The IllustratorKristina Nowothnig was born in Preetz, Schleswig-Holstein, in 1979. An illustrator’s visit to her primary school fascinated her so much that she knew even then: that’s what I want to do, too! After graduating from high school, she studied communication design, making her dream come true. She has been working as a freelance illustrator and graphic designer ever since. Kristina Nowothnig loves spending time with her family. Her hobbies include reading and watching movies, along with knitting, sewing and swing dancing. Her work aims to make books more accessible to children and inspire a love of books in them. Kristina Nowothnig particularly loves to get involved in creating new books, breathing life into fictional characters. She is married with two children.
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