“I’ll be famous one day, but for now I’m stuck in middle school with a bunch of morons.” That is a great quote from Jeff Kinney from his book, “Diary of a Wimpy Kid.” “ Diary of a Wimpy Kid“ is definitely worth reading. It is a classic. Kinney put some funny stuff in this book.
The main character is Greg Heffley. He is a teenager who is kind of a sissy. His mom bought him a diary and he writes down everything that happens in it. The book is made from parts of his diary. Greg has a best friend named Rowley. They live near each other and they hang out nearly every day. Then one day Rowley and Greg aren’t friends anymore. They are not friends anymore because Greg breaks Rowley’s arm. But eventually they become friends again.
You should read this book if you want a good laugh. This book is very entertaining. It relates to my life in many ways. It is long but you will like it so you will fly through it. You should read this book.
I read this book as just something fun and quick to read. My younger brother was reading it and showing me EVERY single part that he enjoyed, so I decided 'Why don't I just read it?' I started it and read about half of it before I did anything else. I just loved the humor in it. It made me actually laugh out loud at some points.
I think this book if a fun read, especially if you are have a bad day! It's fast and easy to read in about a day. I would give it 4 stars
LOVED IT! I laughed out loud during most of the book. It is just so spot on! Poor Greg is just trying to get through middle school (a living nightmare, in my opinion and experience) but things just keep getting in his way. Hilarious things! And I loved the drawings. It makes the book a complete package! Even though the character is younger, I think all teens would enjoy this book. You can apply the same principles to high school that Greg learns in middle school. I would recommend this book to everyone, adults and teens. I can't wait to read the next book!
This book is about a young boy named Greg. It follows a year in his life in middle school.
The book is a very easy read, but that doesn't take away from its humor and the comical drawings add to its charm.
Greg is just a normal boy and his problems and family are relatable in many ways.
The book is a fast read, so there's no reason why anyone should turn it down. You'll laugh quite a few times before you're done. I really liked this book and believe that anyone no matter their age should give it a chance despite its somewhat childish appearance.
Greg Heffley's mother gives him a diary for him to write down his thoughts, much to his dislike. The book is told in comics and diary entries and is very funny. It is different from what I normally read but was worth it. I rate it a four because although humorous, Greg becames selfish and self-centered and, I hate to say it, he gets what he deserves! If you have some free time, pick up this book. An inside joke to those that have read the book: ONLINE CHEESE TOUCH *crosses fingers* signed: Angelica Maria the Starchild