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Cabin Fever (Diary of a Wimpy Kid Collection) Hardcover – Large Print, February 22, 2017
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Of course, it is you who leaves the gift, so you decide what constitutes good behavior and you reinforce it when you see it. It is a fun way to reward your child for being good as he or she develops positive character traits that will benefit them for the rest of their lives.
While the cost of the book and toy may at first seem high, it isn't if you consider what you get. The author took great steps to assure the book is of the highest quality and that the very cute plush toy in its plastic jar home are fun and safe. The combination of the two makes for a unique gift.
The Bee Good Fairy arrives in the Spring and that's when the fun starts. The author encourages you to take the Good Bee Fairy on car rides, to the playground and even to the classroom, where good behaviors can be observed. While the Bee Good Fairy is away, children can use the jar to collect fireflies. All in all this is a fun and educational book for any family. I look forward to my grandchildren's next visit so we can put the Bee Good Fairy to work!
What I liked about the book: Greg is less whiny in this book. Oh, sure - he's still the King of Bad Choices, but he actually seems to grow a little, in spite of himself. That was my problem with books four and five - Greg seemed rather stagnant. I like that the book is a quick, easy and entertaining read. Kinney certainly knows his audience and does a great job of meeting their expectations.
What I didn't like about the book: Can't think of anything I didn't like.
As I mentioned my students (3rd - 5th grade) are crazy about this series. Our pre-winter break library lesson involved a book talk about Cabin Fever and then they had an indoor snowball fight. They each wrote an adjective about snow on three slips of paper, balled them up and spent 60 seconds having a snowball fight. At the end of the fight they took three "snowballs" that had landed near them and used the three words to write a poem about snow on their blog. They had a great time. I'm not sure which they enjoyed more - the excerpt I read from the book or the snowball fight.
AR Reading level: 5.8
Recommended for 3rd grade and up.
Mrs. Archer's rating: 5 of 5!