So Good Highly recommended👍
Dog Days (Diary of a Wimpy Kid)
By Jeff Kinney
|Interest Level||Reading Level||Reading A-Z||ATOS||Word Count|
|Grades 4 - 8||Grades 10 - 9||T||5.2||19591|
Book Reviews (367)
this is my least favorite book in the series since there isn't really a lot of acction
Because of the character's actions and ideas and the problems they face and what they do to overcome that problem.
Awesome book! I have been reading this series all out of order depending on what my school library has, but that doesn't really matter. I like that you can read any of the books and not feel like you are missing something. Again, awesome book!👍👍
I am still reading this book… but so far it has been great! I’ve already read all 16 books once, and I am starting over. I love Jeff Kinney’s books because he has a good sense of humor and from Rowley’s country club at the beginning to Mom’s photo album at the end, it was hilarious. I can’t wait to read 5-16 again (Maybe I will read all them a third time if I want!). If I had more time to read, I would read Wimpy Kid books forever! I love this book already and I haven’t even finished it. Who knows? Maybe Jeff Kinney will make a 17th book. Or maybe he won’t. Either way, his books are great! Book report typed by: rofydygokyko
It is soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo good.
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.
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I love the book is very good is perfect
this book is so cool