DIARY OF A WIMPY KID FIRST BOOK

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Diary of a Wimpy Kid is a satirical realistic fiction comedy novel for children and teenagers written and illustrated by Jeff Kinney. It is the first book in the Diary of a . Diary of a Wimpy Kid in your hands. When I read my first e-book on a Kindle, I was amazed at the possibilities. Carrying a whole library around with me on a. It's a new school year, and Greg Heffley finds himself thrust into middle school, where undersized weaklings share the hallways with kids who are taller, meaner, .


Diary Of A Wimpy Kid First Book

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Published April 1st by Amulet Books (first published ). More Details. .. It is the first book in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series. The book is about a boy. This is a list of books in the book series Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney. The series has become so popular with kids all around the world. As of October. Editorial Reviews. wfhm.info Review. site Exclusive: A Q&A with Jeff Kinney. Question: .. The books are great for my older son who just finished first grade. He got into this series at the beginning of the summer and I got him this set to.

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When Greg finds himself thrust into a new school where undersize weaklings like him share the corridors with other kids who are taller, meaner and already shaving, he decides to piggyback on the popularity of his friend Rowley and finally become cool. Book info Add to basket.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days Paperback Jeff Kinney. Now in paperback - this is the next mega-selling instalment in the hilarious "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" series.

Greg's mom has a vision of 'family togetherness' that really doesn't sound a whole lot of fun. But there's a brand-new addition to the Heffley family to contend with and it looks like Greg might be outnumbered.

It could be a real dog of a summer More trials and tribulations for Greg Heffley to endure as he attempts to negotiate life as a Wimpy Kid.

In the fourth instalment of the hit series, complete with hilarious cartoon illustrations on almost every page and a large dose of very dry humour, Greg comes into conflict with his mum when summer comes around. Greg's idea of the perfect summer is staying indoors in front of the TV, but Mom has other ideas and soon the family is spending more time together This children's book has been hand-picked for you by Red House. Book info. The Third Wheel is the hilarious seventh book in the brilliant, bestselling and award-winning Diary of a Wimpy Kid series.

Love is in the air, but what does that mean for Greg Heffley? A Valentine's Day dance at Greg's school has turned his world upside down.

As Greg scrambles to find a date, he's worried he'll be left out in the cold on the big night. His bestfriend, Rowley, doesn't have any prospects either but that's small consolation.

Then an unexpected twist gives Greg a partner for the dance and leaves Rowley the odd man out. But a lot can happen in one night, and in the end, you never know who's going to be lucky in love Share in the hilarious adventures of everyone's favourite wimpy kid, Greg Heffley, in the highly-anticipated seventh book in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series. Praise for Jeff Kinney: Big Issue.

Jeff Kinney is an online game developer and designer, and a number 1 New York Times bestselling author. Jeff is also creator of Poptropica. He lives in Massachusetts, USA. Hard Luck Paperback Jeff Kinney. We love Jeff Kinney's Diary of a Wimpy Kid books here at Book People and Hard Luck - the eighth book in the worldwide bestselling series - might just find the luckless Greg Heffley and his family in their most embarrassing situation s yet.

Greg's losing streak just won't come to an end - best friend Rowley has ditched him for a girl; he just can't make new friends in middle school and his family are still annoying In an effort to improve things, Greg decides he'll leave all future decisions to the roll of a dice - but will he be lucky? Fresh, funny and full of situations children aged 9 and over will recognise, this is a laugh-out-loud book sure to delight them and more than a few grown-ups who browse through.

Greg Heffley is back - and this time he's heading on the road with his family The ninth book in the worldwide bestselling Diary of a Wimpy Kid series will have the whole family howling with laughter. Suitable for children aged 9 and over, the Wimpy Kid books have not only delighted keen readers but also those who have been reluctant to discover the joys of reading and this book finds the Heffleys taking in an epic road trip.

We think Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul might just be Wimpy Kid author Jeff Kinney's funniest book yet - your children will love it, and you'll be chuckling along, too. Our geeky hero, Greg Heffley, encounters girl trauma as he's reached the age where parties involve this strange species too.

Double Down Paperback Jeff Kinney. Greg's mom thinks video games are turning his brain to mush, so she asks him to put down the controller and 'explore his creative side'. As if that wasn't enough, Halloween is coming around quick and he's getting frights from every angle. He finds a bag of gummy worms and this sparks an idea And could his directorial debut make him rich and famous? You just know things won't go quite to plan.

Containing books in Jeff Kinney's bestselling 10 million and counting! Greg is an average American schoolboy, but he has a habit of getting into embarrassing but hilarious situations.

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These laugh-out-loud books follow his journal as he makes observations on his days and doodles away. From classic road trips to tales of hard luck and the terrifying prospect of finding a date for Valentine's Day, these misadventures are sure to have children and you! Old School Paperback Jeff Kinney. In Old School, the 10th book in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, Greg Heffley's town has voluntarily gone free from electronics - and you can imagine how well this has gone down Packed with Jeff Kinney's fun humour, witty observations and comic strip illustrations, it follows Greg as he begins to miss all of modern life and its conveniences.

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How will he cope with going 'old school'? Where I Write: Mark Walden. On one of Greg's tries, the ball gets under the front wheel, which causes Rowley to fall off and break his arm. When Rowley goes to school with a plaster cast, the girls take care of him carrying his books, feeding him food , which makes Greg jealous. Greg decides to join the Safety Patrols at his school, hoping that he'll get authority.

He gets Rowley to sign up as well, and enjoys the benefits of being in the Safety Patrol, such as getting free hot chocolate.

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He tries to get a spot in the school's newspaper as a cartoonist, and teams up with Rowley. Greg comes up with a strip called Zoo-Wee Mama! Greg starts wanting to do other strips, but Rowley wants to continue with Zoo-Wee Mama!

Greg submits his comics to the teacher, and ends up getting the cartoonist job.

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However, the teacher completely changes Greg's comic, even making his character a "curious student" instead of a "cretin. However, after it gets cleared up that Greg was the real culprit, Rowley is re-hired and promoted while Greg is kicked off.

Greg notices that the school year is coming to a close and tries to get on the yearbook's Class Favorites page. He plans to go for "Class Clown," but his plans don't work out.

At lunch, he gets an issue of the school newspaper, and learns that Rowley is the new cartoonist, with his Zoo-Wee Mama!

Greg confronts Rowley for not even listing him as co-creator and hogging all the fame. As they argue, the teenagers who chased them at Halloween appear and force Greg and Rowley to eat the Cheese. Greg lies that he's lactose intolerant, while Rowley is forced to eat the whole thing.

The next day, when everyone notices that the Cheese is gone, Greg lies that he threw it away. However, people now think he has the Cheese Touch. The book concludes with Greg getting his yearbook, seeing Rowley on the "Class Clown" page, and throwing it in the garbage.

The website made daily entries until June If enjoying reading this book makes me 12, so be it. Fresh, funny and full of situations children aged 9 and over will recognise, this is a laugh-out-loud book sure to delight them and more than a few grown-ups who browse through. Greg is growing up and with that comes the awkwardness of boy and girl parties.

Hidden categories: In an effort to improve things, Greg decides he'll leave all future decisions to the roll of a dice - but will he be lucky?

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