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The Ugly Truth (Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Book 5) Kindle Edition
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|Age Level: 8 - 12|
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At school, how much worse could it get? They talk about changes too. His class even gets eggs to take care of. Not your average school is it? His school sends out invitations to all the kids in the school and it's called,"Lock In". Not a whole lot of kids go and theirs only a couple girls. The next day, the most popular kid in the grade above them invites them to his party. Greg asks his mom and remembers his uncle Gary has another wedding. The worst part is that it's at his grannies house... It's his turn for the talk about you know what with his grandmother!!
I would recommend this book for kids and maybe adults because this stuff can really happen to a teenage boy. It's super funny and by one of the best children authors in the universe!!!!!
Buy this book and other books by Jeff Kinney to find out what the talk is about and if they become friends again. Also find out how the school lock down went, the party, uncle Gary's wedding and his grandmother's talk with him. BUY THE GOOD BOOK!!!!!!!!
In The Ugly Truth, Greg doesn't disappoint his readers as he leads us through growing up - the good, the bad, and the ugly of it. Continuing from the fourth book, The Ugly Truth begins with the destroyed friendship between Greg and his best friend Rowley. Throughout the book, Greg struggles with trying to come to terms with Rowley, never wanting to swallow his pride and admit just how much Rowley means to him. As he is fretting over his doomed friendship and contemplating why Rowley won't come crawling back, he leads the reader through various life experiences. Greg's narcissistic, something for nothing attitude causes things to not quite work out the way he expects. Greg is involved in one mishap after another in this comical tale of growing up.
This is a good children's literature book because the stories and illustrations are humorous, witty, simple, and interesting. Greg represents an average child facing realistic situations but with unrealistic expectations. He humorously and candidly faces topics that many adolescents deal with on a daily basis. The simplicity of the stories, the relatable storylines, and the humor with which they're told allow children to feel comfortable about growing - and lets them know they're not alone.
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