Old School (Diary of a Wimpy Kid)

Old School (Diary of a Wimpy Kid)

By Jeff Kinney

404 ratings 1132 reviews 742 followers
Book 10 of 17 in the  Diary of a Wimpy Kid Series
Interest Level Reading Level Reading A-Z ATOS Word Count
Grades 3 - 7 Grades 10 - 9 n/a 5.6 18179
Diary of a Wimpy Kid #10: Old School by Jeff Kinney. More of Greg Heffley's hilarious journal stories about his adolescent life. This bestselling book is based on the original internet comic at Funbrain.com that is viewed on average by over 70,000 readers a day. Korean translation by Song Sun Seop. In Korean. Annotation copyright Tsai Fong Books, Inc. Distributed by Tsai Fong Books, Inc.
Publisher: Thorndike Press Large Print
ISBN-13: 9781410498694
ISBN-10: 1410498697
Published on 2/22/2017
Binding: Hardcover
Number of pages: 229

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This book has plenty of laughs, action, and fun. I recommend the whole series. My review is five stars!

I love this book for a couple reasons''I dont mean 2 or 3''. This book has action. The author is still making them too. It can be funny. You will love reading it.

i love this book it make want to read it again and i had a great time reading but it had a plot and i love manny in the book would read again.

i think tjis is a really good book because it makes you laugh and its a kid friendly book. and theres movies too so i think its really cool and funny five stars.

Love it it is really funny and I love how it restates old school.

A big shoutout to Jeff Kinney. He's a rockstar! Great Books!

Because of the character's actions and ideas and the problems they face and what they do to overcome that problem.

It is soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo good.

Greg's mum wants to have some electronics-free time for the whole town and she gets a petition signed and makes it happen. Greg and Rowley try to profit off the whole thing but it backfires and they are roped into actually working there. Greg's grandpa comes to live with them and it doesn't sit well with his dad which in turn doesn't work for Rowley and Greg as they both get the be responsible lecture. When Greg ends up wrecking his dad's car (his grandpa was more responsible about the wrecking in my opinion) while his dad is away, he knows that he is going to get in trouble so he goes on this camp trip which he didn't want to go to. Greg is not cut out for camping and it turns out that most of the kids his age don't like that either. Greg's dad ends up coming to the camp to chaperone for the last couple of nights and they end up bonding over that. Greg is growing and actually getting taller (I noticed in the sketches). I quite enjoyed this as I don't like camping myself and the whole be responsible thing was pretty hilarious. A nice addition with great sketches. 4 stars

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