Marsh's Book Report on Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever by Jeff Kinney
Greg and Rowley are hanging posters for the Winter Holiday Bizarre, and it starts to rain. The ink from the poster bleeds all over the school walls. A police man walks around the corner and he thinks that Greg and Rowley are vandalizing the school. Luckily, the police man does not get a good look at them, and he does not notice who they are. Greg and Rowley are in huge trouble! The principal is calling people into his office asking kids if the did it. Fortunately, the principal does not get to Greg and Rowley before the school day is over. The next day everyone is snowed in after there was a huge blizzard.
Will the police and the principal catch Greg and Rowley? Can they explain what really happened?
Dairy of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever was a great book. Like all of Jeff Kinney's books, this one was hilarious. My favorite character is Greg. He is so lazy and careless. My favorite part was when Greg tried to get rid of the snow with a lawn mower! It was so funny.
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Emiline's Report on Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever
Have you ever gotten in trouble? Well, if you haven't then you are nothing like Greg. Greg is a trouble maker, and in Cabin Fever he gets in his biggest trouble ever. Greg wants to make money by selling newspapers, but nobody will buy them. So, Greg decides he'll put up flabbergasting posters on the back of the school with his best friend, Rowley. It rained that night and the ink from the poster made a big green splash that looked like paint. The principal saw the ooze and he called all the trouble makers, but not Greg! Greg thinks he will get caught, but then he got snowed in and all the power was out in the town. Will somebody eventually find out it was Greg? Find out in Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever by Jeff Kinney.
I thought is was hilarious that Greg's wishes came true. He didn't want anybody to know what happened so it snowed. Jeff Kinney's world of Dairy of a Wimpy Kid is full of exquisite things, and surprisingly it's realistic fiction!
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We would like to say thanks to Little Shop of Stories in Decatur, Georgia for having the best signing EVER! Would would also like to thank Jeff Kinney for letting us have a snow day. We loved feeling the cold snow against our mittens, and it was so much fun having snowball fights.
Marsh & Emiline