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Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules

299.00 139.00

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(11 customer reviews)
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299.00 139.00

Description

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules is a sequel to the colossal hit ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid’. The story rotates around an 8th grader Gregory Heffley who is facing some problems which usually is not faced by a mid-school child. The new academic year has just started at school. Greg, in his journal, initiates by focusing on how disastrous his summer vacations went. Greg is a kid, who is considered as a recluse by his peers due to the “cheese touch”. Although, he tries to forget the past things as a new and fresh academic year is about to start, things do not go down well with him as his own brother Rodrick Heffley knows one of Greg’s dirty secret.

As an 8th grader, Greg has to face many situations like, wooing girls, prosper in the talent hunt being conducted by the school and the most important of them all, hiding his secret. Greg however, is successful in passing the “cheese touch” to Jeremy Pindle.

In his journal, Greg also mentions about his best school buddy Rowley Jefferson, who had gone to South America during the summer vacations. Also there is a mention about the fact that how Greg’s mother has been struggling to make Greg and his brother Rodrick behave like other usual ‘brothers’. But such ‘usual brotherly behaviour’ is not acceptable to Greg because Rodrick has the leverage of knowing Greg’s ‘dirty secret’ and resultantly treats Greg at his own wish and will. All the above given stuff is beautifully narrated by the author in an entertaining manner with lots of amusing life events discussed in the book. The author has tried to go deep into almost every single facet that a middle school kid faces in his everyday life. The narration is given in a humorous manner.

11 reviews for Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules

  1. Prasenjit Das (Verified Purchase)

    The book has a awesome quality

  2. Kaustav Bhattacharya (Verified Purchase)

    Loved it, better than the first book. Nice story and character interplay between Rodric, protagonist, his little brother and mom. Felt sometimes things were forced but I was always simling, kind of books which won’t give you guffaws but definitely a lasting smile through whole read. Quality of books and pages is also good. Definitely worth a read a book or two from the whole series.

  3. Susant Kumar pradhan (Verified Purchase)

    This book is well written and allows a pretty early reader to read by him/herself. It is funny to see some cursive letters in there so to get the kids used to reading these as well.

  4. Amar Sarwan (Verified Purchase)

    Very funny book. With Oldbookdepot it comes very cheap and in awesome quality. Love this book..

  5. Subhajit Dutta (Verified Purchase)

    My son loves The Diary of a Wimpy Kid series. I think they are great for getting kids to read. My son is 9 and is a bit lazy about reading. He doesn’t want to imagine the story so he appreciates the little drawings in the book.

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