Diary of A Wimpy Kid

Diary of A Wimpy Kid

The Ugly Truth

Large Print - 2017
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While trying to find a new best friend after feuding with Rowley, middle-school slacker Greg Heffley is warned by older family members that adolescence is a time to act more responsibly and to think seriously about his future.
Publisher: Waterville, Maine :, Thorndike Press Large Print,, 2017
Edition: Large print edition
Copyright Date: ©2010
ISBN: 9781410498731
1410498735
Characteristics: 229 pages (large print) : illustrations ; 23 cm
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Alternative Title: Ugly truth

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jaswinder_kaur
Aug 22, 2017

These books are so great!!

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weandbooks
Jul 05, 2017

it's so funny! u hav 2 read it!

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XxJacobWolfxX
Apr 17, 2017

My favorite books, and movie!! Its so hilarious lol

weimingfeng Jan 25, 2017

WOW

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Ruthie15
Oct 22, 2016

Sooooooooo funny!!! U have 2 read this book! One of my fav books ever:)

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chenrong
Aug 02, 2016

This is a very funny book about Greg Heffley. He is a humorus person who always gets into some trouble or problem. This is a great book for all readers!

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CraZe91
Jul 29, 2016

This book is awesome! I bet it will make you fall of your couch.

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shkermany
Jul 18, 2016

This book is awesome! I found it really funny because there was a lot of hard decisions Greg had to make and he always seemed to pick the wrong one. I liked the part that they took a picture of a guys elbow bent at the lock-in, but everyone thought it was something else (a butt).

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LandJ
Jun 04, 2016

A little bit worse than the other books

annied_1 May 14, 2016

This book is so awesome, i can read every singal one in less than a day.This book give you a feeling that you LOVE BOOKS so so much you can't put it down.

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indigo_badger_147
Sep 01, 2017

indigo_badger_147 thinks this title is suitable for 8 years and over

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beckie5454
Apr 22, 2017

beckie5454 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 1 and 2

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violet_baboon_288
Mar 05, 2017

violet_baboon_288 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 8 and 99

weimingfeng Jan 25, 2017

weimingfeng thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 12 and 99

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kerissanelson
Sep 27, 2015

kerissanelson thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 5 and 14

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green_eagle_461
Sep 03, 2015

green_eagle_461 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 1 and 99

violet_seastar_9 Jun 22, 2015

violet_seastar_9 thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

blue_dog_17079 Jun 10, 2015

blue_dog_17079 thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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red_buffalo_183
Aug 13, 2014

red_buffalo_183 thinks this title is suitable for 9 years and over

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orange_buzzard_64
Aug 09, 2014

orange_buzzard_64 thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over

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weimingfeng Jan 25, 2017

rEALLY FUNNY,LIKE SRLSY,RELLY FUNNY

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kerissanelson
Sep 27, 2015

“For the record, I think it should be illegal for a boy to have to fold his mother's underwear.”

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Anshulrio
Jul 20, 2015

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Jul 20, 2015

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Anshulrio
Jul 20, 2015

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Jasmeet123
Jul 17, 2014

it was soooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! cool

ANASTASIA ZABOLOTNY Jul 01, 2013

"Grreeeeggg"

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rmpenn1976
Jan 27, 2013

" Greg Heffeley has always been in a hurry to grow up. But is getting older really all it's cracked up to be" (page 173)

ashleyblake225 Aug 25, 2012

“For the record, I think it should be illegal for a boy to have to fold his mother's underwear.”

chrisgotstacks Jul 29, 2012

this book is mad funny and i like it

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ANASTASIA ZABOLOTNY Jul 01, 2013

Greg suddenly finds himself dealing with the pressures of boy-girl parties, increased responsibilities, and even the awkward changes that come with getting older—all without his best friend, Rowley, at his side. Can Greg make it through on his own? Or will he have to face the "ugly truth"?

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rmpenn1976
Jan 27, 2013

The book is about two boys who face the challenge of boyhood and maintain their friendship

ashleyblake225 Aug 25, 2012

The Ugly Truth" picks up on the theme that kicked off the series in 2007: Greg's ex-friendship with the portly, innocent Rowley. Rowley, an only child whose parents have coddled him, has spent the summer with a new best friend that his mom and dad hired through a mentor rental service. And Greg, with just a couple days left before school restarts, is considering his options for a substitute friend who could cushion his discomfort at being 52nd most popular in class.

kingvin25 Jun 19, 2012

a kid who has a tough life

Ninja_Kevin Jun 17, 2012

I have finished a book called, “Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: The Ugly Truth” by Jeff Kinney a realistic-fiction/cartoon book. In this book the central idea or main idea is that Greg is the protagonist in every “Diary Of A Wimpy Kid” books. This book is about Greg going to school coming back home then go on vacation. Things that happens around him. This is his family: one dad, one mom, two brothers, and their names are: Roderick oldest brother, Greg second oldest, then Manny the youngest out of all of them. Manny breaks their things and when Roderick or Greg goes complain her mom always says oh he just a baby he doesn’t understand. Or when Manny eats their food or candy or whatever it is mom gives them the same excuse whenever Greg goes do anything to Roderick’s stuff then Roderick some how gets him back with out his mom noticing. Greg and his best friend Rowley, they both go to the same school now Rowley has a different friend while Greg is still trying to find a friend that is perfect. Not a kid that is scared of things or shy or crazy or addicted to something, etc. Will Greg and Rowley ever become friends again?

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ANASTASIA ZABOLOTNY Jul 01, 2013

Violence: Some inappropriate scenes.

Wolfgirl20 Jun 18, 2012

Other: Funny and cool!

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MP_XSkills
Apr 24, 2012

Sexual Content: um

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Aug 06, 2011

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