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Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney


This book will blow your mind. A boy named Gregory is the main character. His mom bought him a diary but he wanted a journal. So he says that he is not going to be like one of those kids who are all "dear diary this" and "dear diary that". Gregory and his friend Ralph play video games a lot. Read this book to find out what happens to Gregory.

Reviewed by Jayme, 2nd grade

Comments

Olivia said…
I would totaly check that book out!
I am going to tell all my friends to read it. Great job Jeff!
Ava said…
I like this book so much that i have read it 4 times!!!
Josi said…
I've read all of his books and I think that they're really funny.
Josi said…
I'm rereading Diary of a Wimpy Kid Dog Days and I forgot how funny they are!
Anonymous said…
I love the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series
jayme said…
Look at this book.I would totally check it out.

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