Debbie: Diary of a Mormon Girl • Vocal Selections Music Book

Book & Lyrics by Heather Young

Music and Arrangements by Lex de Azevedo

© Deseret Book Company, Licensed here exclusively, by permission

The classic LDS musical is available once more for production by LDS Wards, Stakes and other groups!

Approaching her 16th birthday, Debbie is unsettled and unsure — about everything. Adolescence has really gotten her bewildered. She spends all her money on an expensive journal, in the hopes that she can keep track of all the things she wants and hopes for and despairs over. She names it Solomon. She talks to it, and it takes on the personality of a Young Man. Debbie dates. She despairs. Debbie searches for her testimony. She despairs but writes a letter to Boyd K. Packer. She dates and despairs again. She teaches primary, the plans a Youth Conference, she gets a job at the local hospital caring for sick children — after several years she begins to find herself through the wise counsel of Solomon, her anthropomorphic Journal. She sorts through the hazards of adolescence. She navigates the paths of conscience and desire. She lives.

 

Special Edition music book — The Vocal Selections  for Debbie: Diary of a Mormon Girl in a PDF file contains thirteen songs from the show in piano-vocal arrangements (which include Chord Symbols). Order #2078bvs : $19.00 (which allows you to print out one copy of the Vocal Selections PDF which you must keep in your possession) + Maine sales tax, and  shipping/email charges.