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Diary of a Wimpy Kid

Cartoon novel adapted from Jeff Kinney's web comic series

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Diary of a Wimpy Kid-A cartoon novel

  • Jul 1, 2010
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I feel bad for this kid who is pushed in this middle school when he isn't ready because I would want to go some where if I wasn't ready.

 I would recommend this book to anyone who has gone through middle school so they can compare it to Greg's.

The setting takes place in a where Greg lives and goes to school. 

This book is about a boy’s journey trough middle school.

At the end, Greg survived the first part of sixth grade.

The theme is how a boy learns from middle school.

 There isn't much sarcasm in this book.

 The message is that sometimes things go wrong, but you always et through them.

 This book attracts young reader because it is a mix of a comic book and a chapter book.

 A movie can't always show someone’s feeling, unlike a book.

 The illustrations show what happens or a scene.

The author probably had the same problems as a kid ad decided to write about them.

 The only facts that this book really has is that middle school is hard.

It is a diary of a boy.

 The pros of using a reader to read this book are that it saves paper. The cons are that you can't actually get the feel of reading someone diary unless it's an actual book.

 The internet could help you find out if other people agree with how hard middle school is.

 If people use new gadgets to read this book, they could get more info on the book.

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review by . August 03, 2010
A Fun, Entertaining, Easy Read.
          Diary of a Wimpy kid is a book presented in the format of a diary complete with doodles, and a summary of each day. This diary belongs to a kid just trying to get by in middle school but he is described as wimpy. This book is a fairly easy read, you can read one book in this series in less than an hour but that doesn’t affect the quality. The antidotes of this kid are certainly entertaining. This could be because the stories aren’t that far from …
Quick Tip by . June 30, 2010
my son loved it
Quick Tip by . June 30, 2010
Hilarious--great for kids grades 3 & up, though younger ones will love it, too.
Quick Tip by . June 12, 2010
These are great books. They're a quick and fun read for everyone.
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Author: Jeff Kinney
Genre: Children's Chapter Books
Publisher: Abrams Books for Young Readers
Date Published: April 1, 2007

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