Another Great Glog by Kyle Macaluso!
THE UGLY TRUTH!
Read the series! It's REALLY awesome, ecspecially cuz' I'm in it!
This book is the fifth book in the Wimpy Kid series. In this book, Greg Heffley, the main character, has many problems. He and Rowley Jefferson become ex-best friends at a very inconvenient time - right when Greg is forced to face puberty alone. There's talk of puberty everywhere - in health class, in Greg's mom's column, and even with great-grandma, who gives a secret lecture to everyone in the family when they reach that special age. Greg also notices that way more is expected of him now. His mom has gone back to school, so he's got more chores, and dad's helping with homework, which is no help at all. Can Greg face all of these problems? Or will he have to face "THE UGLY TRUTH"? There's only one way to find out! Read for yourself!
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Ugly Truth is the fifth Book in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid Series. It was published on November 9, 2010 in the United States by Amulet Books. The author, illustrator, and cover artist is Jeff Kinney. It is a realistic fiction comedy-packed novel with 217 pages, printed in both paperback and hardcover.
Residence- 12 Surrey Street
Family- Frank Heffley (Dad), Susan Heffley (Mom), Rodrick Heffley (Older Brother), Manny Heffley (Younger Brother)
Appearance- Usually seen in a white T-shirt, black shorts, and white sneakers. He also has his black bookbag on his back often in the book. His hight is average unlike his weight, which is low for his age. He has three wisps of hair on the back of his head.
Description- Greg is depicted for what may be an underweight, selfish, greedy, arrogant, insecure, insensitive, obnoxious, absurd, idiotic, manipulative, stubborn, uncaring, rude, and lazy child. Even so, he shows remorse over his actions and becomes more mature through the books.
The fifth book in the Wimpy Kid series will not disappoint it's fans. This book will make you laugh out loud and bite your nails, and it'll be hard to stop reading. I reccomend this book for kids ages 9-12.
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What I noticed about the illustrations in the Ugly Truth was that they usually expressed a joke. The drawings are cartoon-like style.
What I noticed about the writing was that it was made to look like a eight-grader wrote it. The book used the handwriting and vocabulary of an eight-grader, making it a more realist diary.
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