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The eagerly-awaited next instalment in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series has arrived - publishing for the very first time in the UK in hardback! Split your sides laughing as Greg Heffley struggles with all the trials and tribulations of school, family and friends that come with being everyone s favourite wimpy kid!
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published on October 12, 2009 by Harry N. Abrams
ISBN-10: 0810983915
ISBN-13: 9780810983915
373 Book Reviews
  • banjokazooieboy
    banjokazooieboy15 days55 stars
    It is soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo good.
    • atroit_avimimus
      atroit_avimimus15 days44 stars
      I like this much better than "The Last Straw". Anyone out there who has read the Wimpy Kid series agree or disagree? So far, my favorite part is Rowley thinking that Greg's family is rich because they ran out of toilet paper and were using Christmas napkins until Dad went to get more TP. This hilariously sharp comic book is written from the perspective of 11 year-old Greg, whose canny jokes and observations have become a series of popular books. Dog Days chronicles Greg's Summer holiday, which he wants to spend playing video games in his room, with the curtains shut and a cover over his head. Greg's mum, however, seems to think that Summer holidays should be spent doing 'useful things' such as running around outside, spending time with one's family and visiting the local pool. Through daily entries the reader follows Greg as he gets into mischief at his friend's luxury poolhouse, managing to offend staff with his helpful recommendations of how to improve service and ends up banned, with a huge smoothie tab to pay off. It seems that the only solution is for Greg to spend his Summer holidays working off the debt. Dog Days is packed full of humour and manages to highlight just how differently parents and children see the world. I would recommend this book for middle schoolers of all reading abilities, however, the diary layout, informal language and relaxed style of the book make it a particularly fantastic resource for less confident readers across upper KS2.
      • 4909addie
        4909addie4 months55 stars
        great book
        • Almonter6 months
          I love the book is very good is perfect
          • noah8 months
            this book is so cool
            • DJ THE KING#108 months
              this book is the best book my words : coooooooool amazing .
              • lavaboy1234
                lavaboy12348 months
                this book is a real funny book if you have not read this book then go find this in your library
                • babyyodafan1
                  babyyodafan19 months55 stars
                  It's a fun read. I also like how they combined "The Last Straw" with this book into a movie.
                  • ivant02
                    ivant029 months55 stars
                    i is super duper cool and funny
                    • getyeetedfool910 months
                      This book is the best diary of a wimpy kid book, it focuses on Greg's summer vacation and shows an in-depth story about Greg's point of view.