Diary of a Wimpy Kid - 6: Cabin Fever Paperback – 31 January 2013
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- Publisher : Penguin UK; 1st edition (31 January 2013)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 240 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0141343001
- ISBN-13 : 978-0141343006
- Reading age : 8 - 12 years
- Item Weight : 170 g
- Dimensions : 12.9 x 1.5 x 19.7 cm
- Country of Origin : United Kingdom
- Best Sellers Rank: #884 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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has many problems like he gets stuck home with no elecricity and he finds out manny did it and then he puts posters on the wall and scrubs of the marks and other stuff like that.
In the start he talks about his long lost doll,alfrando.But then in the end he actually finds the doll in the end of the book.So i like your books and my favorite book is of course the wrecking ball.I got this book a month ago and the first time I read it only it was a very good book.always read it and after the wrecking ball please write book 15.so bye and p.s your books rock.
By kirti s. on 18 August 2019
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My daughter loves reading books and the Diary of a Wimpy Kids series is no exception. She has read, re-read and enjoyed every book so far without getting bored.
The originality of the comedic characters and plotlines creates a refreshing take on the overused ‘kid goes through High School’ concept. Props to Jeff Kinney for creating a series that keeps my daughter engaged and hooked. Definitely a good read that doesn’t disappoint.
Greg Heffley wants to start his own holiday bizarre, but he can't do it alone, so he drags in Rowley, so he and Rowley start to hand posters out at school. But the principal confiscates them. Greg suspects that is because Vice Principal Roy is worried that the school holiday bizarre might lose money. But this isn't going to stop Greg, but unfortunately, it gets out of hand because then, then Greg goes and does something really naughty............
Hilarious and imaginative. I love the way that Jeff Kinney has given Greg the hardest of times. I really like the way Jeff Kinney constructs his characters, especially Rowley. The way he acts like a little kid just makes me want soften up.
I also love the way Greg thinks that he can become famous just like that. He seems to think a lot of money and video games. He seems to think the world revolves around Twisted Wizard. He seems to value other people's opinion on what he looks like or what he does than his own, and that's why he is one of my all time favourite book and movie star.