|Review by Vaishnavi, a student from Sri Sankara Senior Secondary School, Chennai.|
Greg’s mother has vision of “FAMILY TOGETHERNESS” that really does not sound a whole lot of fun. But there is a brand new addition to the Hefley family to contend with and it looks like Greg might be outnumbered. It could be a real dog of summer…………
About the Author
Jeffrey “Jeff” Kinney (born February 19, 1971) is an American game designer, cartoonist, producer and author. He is also attributed to be the creator of the children oriented website poptropica.
The series of wimpy kid starts from the book:
i. Dairy of a Wimpy Kid
ii. Dairy of a Wimpy Kid rodris rules
iii. Dairy of a Wimpy Kid dog days
iv. Dairy of a Wimpy Kid last straw
v. Dairy of a Wimpy Kid ugly truth
vi. Dairy of a Wimpy Kid do it your self book
vii. Dairy of a Wimpy Kid movie diary
viii. Dairy of a Wimpy Kid cabin fever
This is a story of a boy named Greg. Greg is a kind of a boy who likes to spend his summers in front of the T.V, playing video games with the curtains turned off. Unfortunately his mother’s idea of a summer is totally different from his. His mother’s idea of a summer is to spend the whole of summer under the sun. Greg’s friend Rowley is a person who is pampered by his parents. Rowley is still a kid. In this story Greg’s father buys a dog and they send his brother to get a dog bowl. Guess what his brother spelt it…………..I am not going to tell you!!
Later in the book he goes with his friend Rowley for a holiday to the beach as his family had not gone that year. Guess what happened.
READ THE BOOK TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT GREG!!!!!!
I think that this book is a very nice book and is a catchy as it one of the few books of its kind that is a illustrated diary. This book explains the life of a middle school boy how spends his summer vacation not the way he wants to.
Review by Vaishnavi, a student from Sri Sankara Senior Secondary School, Chennai.
She is studying Sri Sankara Senior Secondary School, Adyar.
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