Greg does some quick-thinking and manages to keep the joke going. Diary of a Wimpy Kid:: And the second, is the story about the kiss of death. He asks Rowley if he can have it, then takes the money home and stashes it away in his room.
Although there is no real climax to the story line, it covers the ongoing hassles that Greg faces at school and home which, like life, just keep surfacing! The two switch the bathroom door as they see that someone has doodled one it right when their parents return.
This book covers 4 months which is the 3rd highest in month covering in the series. After Rodrick puts him in the back of his van and finds every speed bump in the town, he drops Greg off to school but Greg finds out he still has the Cheese Touch from last year.
One, is the existence of his diary. The two friends are soon addicted to Magick and Monstersbut Susan becomes suspicious of their activities so she observes a game. How can giving him a ball with toothpicks stuck into it make everything better?
The next day, Greg is cornered by students but they congratulate him rather than tease him.
Greg receives a letter from his pen pal, but it irritates him because writing letters is so old school. Frank tries to sneak out to work on his replica, but he is caught by his Susan and forced to go to bed early with Mannywho is scared of the "monster" in the furnance room.
Because Rodrick is sick, the parents leave Greg and Rodrick in charge of the house, thinking that Rodrick will not have a party. Meanwhile, Rodrick is forced to type his own paper by Susanbut finally gets Frank to do it for him to his delight.
Susan and Frank gets Rodrick to start working on his science project himself and he manages to come up with one. However, he notices that it is of no use and flunks History. Rodrick tries to tell the teacher clearly about it but the teacher tells him that it was a fairly easy experiment.
The only high school party he gets to experience is the morning after clean up! Susan starts a program that she calls Mom Bucks. His brother Rodrick is a lazy, scamming, drum-playing slacker of a teenager. The next day, Greg is in a hurry to write a paper for History and Rodrick tries to sell him a old paper, as he had the same assignment, but Greg refuses.
But, Greg shares, Rodrick got away with it because of "the secret. Rodrick Rules film was released on March 25, Rodrick Rules was reading it with my Dad who equally enjoyed it - laughing away on the bus together when X happened.
After Greg accidentally injures Rowley by putting a dumbbell in a pillow that Rowley kicks during a sleepover, he is forced to perform in the talent show with a first-grader named Scotty Douglas, who Rowley was partners with.
He then tries to beg to Susan if he can transfer to another school. They severely punish Rodrick. Chirag reports Greg to Vice Principal Roybut he gets the names mixed up, thinking the victim was a boy named Sharifallowing the prank to carry on.
On Page 38, the same teenagers are shown leaving, but with different colored shoes and shirts. School starts and Greg is assigned a pen pal in his French class.Do you really want to delete this prezi? Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.
so greg and rodrick could spend some time together. mom was paying rodrick. Greg wanted him to.
Rodrick was helping Greg avoid bullys. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules is the second book in the popular series. The same tweens who made Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney a bestseller wanted more. They got it with the second book in the very funny Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules.
10/23/11 Book report Diary of a Wimpy Kid Rodrick Rules By Jeff Kinney Gregory Heffley Is the main character and owner of the diary. He is the wimpy kid. Greg is sometimes selfish, ignorant, and vain.
RODRICK RULES the sequel to the New York Times bestseller DIARY OF A WIMPY KID is another enjoyable saga in Greg's life, which will make readers of all ages laugh out loud at his escapades, along with the tweaked and quirky family relationships. Plugged In is the entertainment guide your family needs to make family appropriate decisions through movie reviews, book reviews, TV reviews, and more.
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