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Diary of a wimpy kid : Greg Heffley's journal

by Jeff Kinney; Ramon de Ocampo

  Audiobook on CD : CD audio : Elementary and junior high school : Fiction

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Wimpy Kid Audiobook Review   (2008-06-23)

Good

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by readingsarah

Plot Summary:Greg Heffley is the middle kid in a typical middle class family. He's in junior high and struggling to shed his little kid image. The book chronicles some of the trials and tribulations of the school year, but it is NOT a Diary. It's a journal.
Time Period: Contemporary
Appeal Characteristics: Ramon de Ocampo's reading doesn't detract from the story. Greg is a funny kid and shares his experience of being a somewhat trouble making middle child tween with awkward humor and defiance of authority. Nothing to big or serious ever happens in this book.
Red Flags: The full effect of the book is lost without the illustrations. There really isn't much done to make up for that loss in the audio book and it is way too bad. What seems harmless in the paper book version makes Greg seem insufferable and his parents seem reluctant at best. If you are able, the print book is a better bet.




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