Diary of A Wimpy Kid
Greg Heffley's journal
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In Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Greg goes to middle school. He does not like it because he is one of the youngest in the school because he is in 5th grade. His best friend Rowley and Greg get in to a fight. Rowley does not hang out with Greg anymore and he found a new best friend, but then some teenages force Rowley to eat some disgusting, moldy cheese off the pavement in the playground that was there for a long time under the basketball hoop nobody will even go near it, so Greg stepped in, in front of everyone and said he ate the cheese. Rowley and greg became friends again.
This book is about Greg and his many misadventures. He became friends rowley and then he became enemies with Rowley and then friends again.He gets in trouble often.
cros87... gregs in six grade
um.... school..... wants 2 b popular.... never gonna happen.... in 6th grade... greg......SAY COMMENTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL!!!
Greg and Rowley's friendship had broke due to Greg terrorizing the kindergarteners by chasing them with worms, and Mrs. Irvine had accused Greg of terrorizing the kindergarteners and thought Greg is Rowley, so Rowley and Collin decided to hang out. In the end, Rowley ate the moldy cheese and Greg said he ate it. So, Rowley and Greg's friendship had been restored thanks to Greg stepping up for it.
Blah Blah Blah Greg Blah Blah Blah Middle School Blah Blah Blah.............
In this book, Greg Heffley endures a somewhat chaotic junior high years.
The book is a fictional biography of a sixth grader named Greg Heffley , who lives a dysfunctional life with his strange parents and siblings. He finds school a hindrance, mainly because no girls like him and he gets bullied. His friend Rowley usually annoys him.
In Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Greg goes to middle school. He does not like it because he is one of the youngest in the school because he is in 5th grade. His best friend Rowley and Greg get in to a fight. Rowley does not hang out with Greg anymore, but then some teenages force Rowley to eat some disgusting, moldy cheese off the pavement in the playground, so Greg stepped in, in front of everyone and said he ate the cheese. Rowley and became friends again.
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best book to collect and pass it on to your family members they will really love this book.
First of all, I want to get something straight: this is a JOURNAL, not a diary. I know what is says on the cover but when Mom went out to buy this thing I SPECIFICALLY said to make sure it didn't say "diary" on it. So don't expect me to be all "dear diary this" and "dear diary that".
I'll be famous one day, but for now I'm stuck in high school with a bunch of morons
This is not a diary it is a journal
"Greg Heffley + Diary of a Wimpy Kid=Funny and popular book ever"
" when i was seven, the only thing I really wanted for Christmas was a barbie dream house. And not because I like girl's toys, like Rodrick said." Greg Heffley
here's my journal now ' shoo shoo
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