Welcome to the Wiki!
Dear America, its spin-offs, My Name Is America, My America, and The Royal Diaries, including the international series, My Story, Mon Histoire, and many more. The wiki format allows anyone to create or edit articles, so we can all work to make a comprehensive database.
The books are told through a diary format, allowing readers to travel back in time and see through the eyes of young people all around the world. Topics covered in the series range from the Jamestown settlement to the California Gold Rush to the sinking of the RMS Titanic to the Vietnam War, as well as the lives of young princesses, such as Cleopatra and Elizabeth.
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- Stories about pandemics: If I Die Before I Wake, To Stand On My Own, A Different Sort of Real, Plagues and Federation, The Great Plague
- Stories featuring Spanish characters: Isabel: Jewel of Castilla, My Tudor Queen
How to help
All pages can be edited and you are welcome to join us and contribute to this wiki. Everyone is free to create a new page or edit an existing one. If you have any questions about the wiki or helping out, you can ask one of Dear America Wiki's administrators.
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- A list of all help pages can be found in .
- If you want to help but you're not sure where to start, try improving the various articles by expanding them.
- Another helpful activity would be to check the list of wanted pages for frequently linked-to articles that don't exist yet.
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Latest and upcoming releases
- Like the Willow Tree (September 2020)
- A Picture of Freedom (October 2020)
- Noor-un-Nissa Inayat Khan (August 2020)
- Mayflower (August 2020)
- The Berlin Olympics (January 2020)
- The Trenches (January 2020)
- The Great Plague (January 2020)
- The Titanic (January 2020)
- Blitz (January 2020)
- Julia, fille de César (February 2020)