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Author: Jeff Kinney
ISBN13: 978-0810994737
Title: Diary of a Wimpy Kid Rodrick Rules
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Language: English
Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Publisher: Amulet Books (February 1, 2008)
Pages: 224

Diary of a Wimpy Kid Rodrick Rules by Jeff Kinney

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules is a children's novel by American author and cartoonist Jeff Kinney, based on the FunBrain. It is the sequel to Diary of a Wimpy Kid, followed by The Last Straw. The hardcover was released on February 1, 2008. Rodrick Rules was named New York Times bestseller among awards and praise. A film of the same name was released on March 25, 2011.

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My brother Rodrick" Now that Rodrick knows I have another journal, I better remember to keep this one locked up. Rodrick actually got ahold of my LAST journal a few weeks back, and it was a disaster. But don't even get me started on THAT story. 2 Even without my Rodrick problems, my summer was pretty lousy. Image: A cartoon of a smart kid and a dumb kid. But nobody would even get within thirty feet of me. but to be honest with you.

from Jeff Kinney ykid. Wimpy kid emojis wimpy kid on poptropica meet greg heffley. Diary of wimpy kid series. The series started off online on Funbrain. com in 2004 and made its print debut in April of 2007.

­Full Book Name: Diary of a Wimpy Kid Rodrick Rules. Author : Jeff Kinney. Date of Publication: 2008. PDF, EPUB File Name: Diary of a Wimpy Kid Rodrick Rules. epub, Diary of a Wimpy Kid Rodrick Rules. Diary of a Wimpy Kid Rodrick Rules pdf epub Download by Jeff Kinney But secrets have a way of getting out. especially when a diary is involved. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules chronicles Greg’s attempts to navigate the hazards of middle school, impress the girls, steer clear of the school talent show, and most important, keep his secret safe. The highly anticipated sequel to the New York Times bestselling book! About the Author. Jeff has been named one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World.

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Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules chronicles Greg’s attempts to navigate the hazards of middle school, impress the girls, steer clear of the school talent show, and most important, keep his secret safe. Jeff Kinney is a truly comic writer who has mastered the strength of the understatement. Greg's voice throughout the book is a sort of sardonic monotone-one is reminded of those sad-faced clowns who will have you in stitches. The journal is pieced together in little vignettes, like a series of connected jokes-and the punchline is often a cartoon.

Whatever you do, don’t ask Greg Heffley how he spent his summer vacation, because he definitely doesn’t want to talk about it.As Greg enters the new school year, he’s eager to put the past three months behind him . . . and one event in particular. Unfortunately for Greg, his older brother, Rodrick, knows all about the incident Greg wants to keep under wraps. But secrets have a way of getting out . . . especially when a diary is involved.Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules chronicles Greg’s attempts to navigate the hazards of middle school, impress the girls, steer clear of the school talent show, and most important, keep his secret safe.
Reviews: 7
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I was very excited when I got the package because my kids love this series and I wanted them to own the books instead of borrowing them. I loved the idea of gifting them a collectible boxed set to keep them neatly displayed and easy to find. Unfortunately I received 10 books inside an opened shrink wrap and no collectible box. I also noticed that the 10th book was different from what is pictured. It came with "old school" instead of "do it yourself book". So keep these things in mind. You may not get the collectible box for the boxed set and you may not get the same books as you expect. Disappointed.
I am 11 years old and I have been reading this series over and over for 4 years! However they are not a challenge or a deep read they are just clever and happy. I chose to write a review on this one because it is my favorite but that applies to all the books. I was lucky enough to have the author visit my school 2 years ago and he said some people don't like his books because they are not deep enough. As much as reading a deep and challenging story is important what is wrong with something light and funny once and a while. I think that reading is reading and these books will put a smile on your face and there is nothing wrong with that, not only that, they very clever and they have a true story line aside to being silly! I highly recommend for kids 7-12 (or any age above 12 if you eat to read a good laugh out loud story) :) :) :)
My 6 year old son began reading "Wimpy Kid" books just as he was learning to read. Many times I would allow him to read before bed and would hear him laughing hysterically in his room. Now, 7 years old, he has read all of them and often will pick them up and read them again. They are silly, but the appeal to his age demographic was actually amazing to me. I didn't have to make him read... he wanted to read. And he loved them all. I would recommend the entire series to any parent of a child who is learning and becoming comfortable with reading comprehension.
This particular purchase was a gift for a friends son, but I still have my 12 year olds sons book from 4 years ago. It's full of stories to be completed by your child and so funny to look back on when they're older. The hardback is very durable, has held up through a crazy (now 12 years old, as the photo shows:) ) boys toting it around and a move. I'll be holding on to this forever.
I bought quite a few of these, because my grandson was enjoying some he had brought home from school. His mom has to limit the amount of time he spends reading them, as they change his behavior from good to not so good. I would not have bought them if I had known they would be causing a problem.
I started purchasing this authors books for my 7 year old granddaughter. This was my 2nd purchase from the group. She has really gotten to become an avid reader because not only can she learn to grow in a most positive way but they make it easy for her to relate to other kids and the importance of kindness and compassion for those that might be different. Much easier because the information is coming from a place of their choice. The "Best" part is there are hundreds to purchase and help with their growth process and they can be passed down.
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I'll be honest with you: I found the last couple of Wimpy Kids books to be underwhelming, so I wasn't sure what I expected from yet another entry. Luckily, to my surprise, the gags proved funny consistently throughout the book, making this one of my favorite entries in the series.

As with many other books in the series, it takes a while for the actual plot to surface. But that's fine--the gags that open the book are quite amusing. And once the plot does surface, it proves to be an interesting one. Greg wants to go to a dance, but he has to find a date, so he has roped his friend Rowley into helping him. The drastic measures he's willing to take to get a girl's attention prove quite amusing.

One thing that really made this stand out from the other books in the series is that I really felt myself sympathizing with Greg. Sure, he's no angel, but he isn't as callous as he's been in the previous books. His amazing strokes of bad luck made me pity him.

By the way, one point of caution: if your kids seriously still believe that storks deliver babies, then don't get them this book. Greg talks about what it was like to be inside his mother's tummy.

Oh, and by the way, a 23-year-old is writing this review, so the book can be a fun, lighthearted read for adults as well.
The books are great for my older son who just finished first grade. He got into this series at the beginning of the summer and I got him this set to bring to our summer travels. He went through them all in no time. But in the days that they lasted, they kept my son well entertained. I also dipped into the pages and like them. My brother-in-law picked up one and couldn't put it down. We saw the series on display in Portuguese supermarkets and German bookstores and met other kids who read the German version of them. The wide and ageless appeal of these books is self-evident.