Every day Giannino Stoppani, called Gian Burrasca, notes the events of his life and life of his family in a diary. Of course, since he was educated to never lying, he always says the truth, even what he should or could say, or that the sisters and their boyfriends, then husbands, would not want to know. And, of course, it combines a lot of trouble for merit of which it is closed in the Pierpaoli college where not only is not educated, but becomes the soul of a rebellion against the false and tyranny discipline that is set by a ridiculous but overbearing pair of Owners-directors. The diary thus becomes the protest and the revolt of a boy against the conformist and suffocating world of '' great ''. Not at all Vamba dedicated the magazine "to the Italian boys because they read them to their parents." Widespread on every page of the diary there is a sparkling all Tuscan comedy.