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Very cute, detailed book for a kid. Has a wide variety of imaginative things to do, as well as funny things that flash back to different books in the series. Great for a kid that's a fan of the series. ( )
  ErinPaperbackstash | Jun 14, 2016 |
series, 4th grade- used with other books. THis is a make your own version. ( )
  RachelHollingsworth | Feb 24, 2015 |
Kinney, Jeff
The Wimpy Kid Do-It-Yourself Book (Diary of a Wimpy Kid)
2011. 224 pp. $12.95 hb. Harry N. Abrams. 0810989956. Grades 2-6.

Tags: children, comic, humor, journal, activity, interactive, writing, illustrate, funny, fiction

As a compliment to the Wimpy Kid series, this interactive book is meant to engage the reader and encourage writing as well. The book contains 32 pages of comics, all brightly illustrated with simple stick figures with bulging eyes and silly quote bubbles. Though adults may find the humor flat, these comics will certainly have young readers giggling aloud. The reader is then encouraged to create his own comic strips, using suggested topics and crude templates. Other open-ended activities offer a plethora of opportunities for personal expression, both in writing and illustrating. This book is meant to be written in, so it may not be the best choice for a public library. On the other hand, it would make a addition to a personal library, especially for the reluctant reader or writer. ( )
  ginawilliams | Oct 23, 2014 |
Este livro contém atividades, histórias em quadrinhos e muito mais. O leitor ainda poderá contar a sua história neste diário.
  melissa.gamador | Sep 9, 2014 |
I got this book for Christmas and it is super fun! I´ve been filling it with all my ideas and I am having a good time. ( )
  Mikelodeon | Jan 17, 2014 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0810979772, Hardcover)

Now every kid can write like a Wimpy Kid! An exciting companion to the bestselling Diary of a Wimpy Kid series.

 

“First of all, let me get something straight: This is a journal, not a diary.”

 

This innovative interactive journal based on Greg Heffley’s own “diary” lets kids express themselves in an exciting new way. In Diary of a Wimpy Kid Do-It-Yourself Book, kids will be asked: What was the best dream you ever had? The worst thing you ever ate? The best secret you ever heard? The most trouble you ever got in for something that wasn’t even your fault to begin with? This Do-It-Yourself Book features art throughout, along with ruled and blank pages for readers to create their own stories, keep their own diaries, and record their favorites and least faves. Includes a bonus full-color comics section featuring the collected cartoons of Greg Heffley and his best friend, Rowley.

 

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16 pages of full-color comics!

 

 “Move over, Harry Potter. . . . There’s a new set of titles dominating the bestseller list for kids’ chapter books, and there’s nothing ‘fantasy’ about these.”—Andrea Yeats on NPR’s All Things Considered

 

“Perfectly pitched wit and believably self-centered hero . . .”—The New York Times

 

“Charming and hilarious from the get-go. . . . [Kinney has] an uncanny eye for the depredations and triumphs of middle school life.” —The Boston Globe

 

“The writing is sharp, and the artwork, though deceptively simple, is both entertaining and expressive . . . adding comic punch to these funny-because-they’re-true scenes . . .” —Bookpage

 

“Perfect for someone about to go to middle school, perfect for parents to help ease their child into this new phase. . . . Kinney has done a wonderful service for preteens by talking about all those awful, embarrassing, and good moments.” —The San Diego Union Tribune

 

F&P level: T

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"Wimpy kid" Greg Heffley provides instructions for other kids to create their own journals.

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2 editions of this book were published by Penguin Australia.

Editions: 0143505041, 0670076651

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