Diary of a wimpy kid the last straw full book


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Diary Of A Wimpy Kid The Last Straw Full Book

The Last Straw book. Published January 1st by Amulet Books Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney Dog Days by Jeff Kinney Rodrick Rules by Jeff . Every once in a while you need to forget that you are a full-blown adult whose. You see, Frank Heffley actually thinks he can get his son to toughen up, and he enlists Greg in organized sports and other "manly" endeavors. Of course, Greg is . Greg Heffley will never change his wimpy ways somebody just better tell Greg's dad that. Frank Heffley actually thinks he can get his son to toughen up and he.

The book acts as a journal and follows the adventures of Greg Heffley , the narrator of the book, who is in the second half of his seventh-grade year. Summary[ edit ] The book begins on January 1, with Greg talking about his family's New Year's resolutions. Life becomes more difficult for Greg and his best friend Rowley when their school bus route is "rezoned" to the Whirley Street neighborhood, so they have to walk to and from school. Greg also deals with being compared to his father Frank's boss's sons, who all play sports and always seem to be outside exercising. Frank is jealous about this and wants his sons to be like the Boss's sons. After conflicts over Greg wanting to stay inside and watch TV on Saturdays and Frank stealing his school snacks, Frank makes him sign up for intramural soccer after an incident at the church on Easter. At first, he rides the bench but becomes the starting goalie when the main goalie is injured. He takes a break to pick dandelions on the field, which ultimately costs his team the game. Frank is embarrassed by this when his boss shows it to him in the paper. After this, Frank runs into a neighborhood troublemaker named Lenwood who has apparently reformed after going to military school.

Watson 's class, his father said that whoever was caught would have no drums or video games for a week.

Greg talks about how he is broke and how he used up his money on some things that turned out to be scams. Greg's mom got mid-session report card, Greg got scared and thought that when his dad would come home, he will scold him, so he asked Susan's mother to come over, then after dinner he went to bingo with her.

Greg thought he had won but when the clerk came to check, she said that he messed up and his win was no good.

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Gramma asked him not to draw attention to himself, because the regulars don't like it when a newcomer wins. Greg flunked his science test and slept again in Mr Watson's class and as a punishment he had to sit in the front of the class, Greg slept there right away, but at the sixth period another teacher came in and gave Greg a detention. Greg was desperate to get sugar, so he went to Rowley's backyard and dug the time capsule out and took it home and with the three-bucks and the things inside he bought some snacks and played with some of the other things inside.

Greg, who's never had detention before, didn't know what to expect from it, but found that all you can really do is just sit there and wait for it to be over which Greg feels is stupid, claiming that most of the students who get detention could really use the extra study time.

The only open seat Greg could take was in front of one of the bullies named Leon Ricket , and whenever the detention supervisor Mr. Ray wasn't looking, Leon would do something like flick Greg's ear or give him a wet willy. Ray eventually catches Leon and tells him that if he sees him touching Greg again, he's going to be in big trouble. Knowing that Leon would go right back to bugging him once Mr. Ray wasn't looking, Greg slaps his hands together to make it seem like Leon hit him. Ray, not realizing the truth, tells Leon he has to stay another half hour and that he has detention again tomorrow.

When Greg finally gets out of detention, he quickly makes his way home, afraid that Leon will pursue him. Greg still wants to catch whoever is stealing snacks from the grocery bin, so he comes up with a plan: he hides in a laundry basket to catch whoever's stealing the food in the act, knowing that Susan, who usually does the grocery shopping, puts all the lunch snacks in a bin in the laundry room.

Greg ends up falling asleep during the watch, but when he hears someone going through the food, he turns on his flashlight and the thief turns out to be none other than Greg's dad, Frank. As Greg's about to start chewing out his dad for stealing food from the bin, they hear Susan coming, and knowing what would happen, Frank and Greg take as many oatmeal creams as they can and made a run for it.

The next day, Greg's still mad at his dad for what he did, and plans on confronting him, but doesn't get a chance, as Frank gets in bed by PM.

The reason Frank went to bed so early was because he got depressed after running into Mr.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Last Straw

Snella and Mrs. Snella and their new baby, Seth Snella , who's two months old he was born in December. Greg explains that every time the Snellas have a baby, they throw a big half-birthday party for them six months later, and invite all the neighbors to the party. Greg claims that the "highlight" of every Snella half-birthday party is when all the adults line up and try to make the baby laugh while Mr.

Snella videotapes them. Greg, who says he's been to every Snella half-birthday so far, claims that no baby-Snella has ever actually laughed and goes on to explain that the real reason Mr. Snella have that at the parties is because their dream is to win the grand prize on a TV-show called " America's Funniest Families ".

Greg also explains that Frank hates performing in front of people, and so far, he's been able to get out of having to attend the half-birthday parties thrown for the Snella children.

However, Susan tells Frank that he has to attend Seth Snella's half-birthday party in June, and Frank realizes that he can't weasel his way out of this party. The Valentine's Day Dance was announced so Greg went to his laundry and looked for clothes, he found an okay shirt and even though it had a jam stain on it, he still wore it.

Initially, when the dance started, all the boys sat on one side of the gym and the girls sat on the other, and when no one went on to the dance floor, the principal, Mrs.

Mancy , then said that everyone had to start dancing, as it would count for part of their PE-grade. This scares Greg, who claims to be really close to flunking his gym class, so Greg comes up with the simplest move that he can think of that would technically qualify as "dancing. Just as Greg's about to say something to Holly when she goes over to the refreshment table, Fregley pops out of nowhere, with pink frosting all over his face Greg says Fregley might've been hyped on all the sugar from the cupcakes that were at the snack table , messing up Greg's chance to talk to Holly.

Greg walks home, wanting to be by himself, but after dinner, his mom tells him that there's a Valentine's Day card for him in the mailbox. At first, Greg's hoping it's from Holly or one of the other girls at school he claims to "kind of like," but it turns out to be from Rowley instead.

March Greg then talks about how his brother started calling him "Ploopy" every time and his mother just lets him say it. It was Easter and when they were going to church Greg's pants had chocolate over them, he wasn't going in, his mom made him wear her sweater like a kilt, during the basket handing, Greg put some money in the basket to make Holly think he is generous, but he realized he had put a twenty dollar note.

Greg spotted his brother, Manny playing with his toys and called him Ploopy, Manny started to cry and kept crying, and the family couldn't stop him so they had to go away and everyone was watching them. Susan banned everyone from saying Ploopy after that. They named themselves the Red Socks. Greg says how he is looking for fresh clothes and how his underwear plopped out in the hall-way. Greg heard Holly is having a sleep-over and Rowley had invited him to join a kid from his karate class who lives in the same neighborhood's sleepover,Greg agreed thinking he would go and crash Holly's sleepover.

Greg got the position "Shag" in the soccer team. Greg went to Rowley's friend's sleepover and there weren't any kids older than six and Greg was getting bored, so Greg went up to the room and slept there,but the kids came there and had a pillow fight, so he went down and slept in the basement and Greg had forgot his sleeping bag upstairs so he had to sleep on the cold floor.

April It was April Fool's Day and Greg says how he and some kids played a joke which was to make Chirag Gupta think he lost his hearing, but Chirag reported it to the vice-principal and shut down the joke. Greg was having his second soccer game, but they had volunteered an adult to fetch the ball, so Greg was sitting on the bench and his father wouldn't even let him get his winter coat because he had to be "prepared" in case he was called out.

Greg says how he has been out of clean underwear and has been wearing a speedo underneath and he got some Wonder Woman Underoos from his Uncle Charlie , because Greg liked comics and superheroes so Charlie gave those to Greg for Christmas.

Greg, Mackey and Manuel agreed to bring some video games, but they were called on the action to block a free-kick, but they couldn't and the coach, Mr.

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Litch yelled at them. Greg became the substitute goalie and he didn't get a game, but he did get a game when the normal goalie was injured. But when the mid-fielder of the opponent team kicked a ball from fifty-yards, Greg was busy playing with some flowers and he missed seeing the ball and the other team scored and ended Greg's team's undefeated season bid. Frank took Greg and Rodrick to the theater, the usher was Lenwood Heath and he had a crew cut and looked like he had graduated from the air force, when really it was a Military Academy, Frank seemed impressed with his look and had a conversation with him and made friends with him to the surprise of Greg, then Frank told Greg after the movie was over that he was signing him to Spag Union too on 7th June.

Greg thought of joining the Boy Scouts so his father won't take him to Spag Union and he could quit soccer. Greg got signed to Troop which has things like hot-dog roasts and pool parties much of the time, Rowley also signed with Greg and they both were given their uniforms.

They went to whittling, but Rowley got a splinter so they complained and then the scoutmaster, Mr. Barrett , told them they could whittle with the soap and they easily passed that.

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Wimpy Kid Greg Heffley returns with further entries from his idiosyncratic diary, his life brimming with dilemmas. Will he succeed in getting the divine Holly Hills to notice him?

Will he and best friend Rowley create a suitably Historic Time Capsule — and manage to bury it? Will he ever obtain the nirvana of clean clothes again, now he's saddled with doing his own laundry?

And how will he stop his Dad from trying to force him into more 'manly' exercise and activity? Deliciously easy to read, laugh-out-loud funny and interspersed with slapstick cartoons, the consecutive entries acquire a wonderful randomness through juxtaposition and the wimpy kid has a refreshingly head-on, chatty approach to life.

Entertaining — but also dealing with the big stuff!

Jeff Kinney is now a household name - The Diary of A Wimpy Kid series was an instant international bestseller and has now been made into two blockbuster films. As well as being a bestselling author, Jeff is also an online developer and designer. He lives with his family in Massachusetts, USA. This field is required. All diary of a wimpy kid books are apropeate beacous every one in my class read all the books i personaly read all the books two times and i want tonread them a second time but some one took them from the libary so i came on this website to read them.

I couldn't put it down. I think it was amazing because I was laughing when he was doing nothing because he was It is a great book wonderful and really enjoying i am a very big fan of dairy of a wimpy midi have read all the issue a and the 'third wheel' is problem the best.

I like this book because its funny and has a very good tittle. It gives you a chance to learn the different types of peoples points of veiws. Its funny but has boring bits in it sometimes that i dont really want to read so i usally skip it and move on to the next non-boring bit. Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Greg Heffley is a normal American kid, albeit one with a habit of getting into and out of trouble.

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