Diary of a Wimpy Kid Pack x 9

It’s official: a wimp CAN rule the world. King of funnies and king of the book charts. Know that feeling when things just keep going wrong? The Wimpy Kid’s life takes wrong to a whole new level. Shaming best friends. Nightmare first crushes. The threat of military academy. Whatever next…? You know when you have to laugh or you’d cry? Well, we’re laughing like crazy. This kid’s got us all queuing up to show our wimp credentials. He must be doing something right.

  • Mega-selling series with millions of loyal fans
  • Author Jeff Kinney is a comic genius and global hero
  • Bursting with the Wimpy Kid’s hallmark humour
  • Incredible cartoon artwork in every book

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  • liked it

    it is OK but it isn’t my style of reading but i would recommend it for anyone because it is a really, really good book and it is really funny so i recommend you read it as soon as you see you will want to read it.

    8 March 2017

  • loved it

    Amazing

    25 December 2016

  • loved it

    Amazing story about Greg Heffly at middle school.

    27 September 2016

  • loved it

    This is the best book in the world and it’s extremely appealing with cool illustrations and describes a very precocious middle school boy,Greg Heffley.

    18 September 2016

  • loved it

    Very Easy and A quick read. Funny, Humorous and a best – seller. The kids will absolutely LOVE these books. Even if your kids don’t particularly enjoy / prefer reading they will find this book an absolute darling to read

    17 July 2016

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    Jeff Kinney

    Jeff Kinney is author of the hugely popular Wimpy Kid books.

    Awards

    Diary of a Wimpy Kid was named Best Book of the Last Ten Years at the 2012 Blue Peter Book Awards.

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