Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever

It’s Christmas – but the Heffleys are snowed in! Unable to get away from his irritating family, the Wimpy Kid is feeling far from merry. But his problems don’t end at home. A vandal has attacked the school, and Greg is the prime suspect. That means BIG trouble – even though he’s innocent. Or, at least, sort of… For now, the surprise blizzard has trapped Greg’s whole family indoors. He knows that when the snow melts, he’ll have to face the music. But could any punishment be worse than being stuck inside with your family the whole holiday, with no entertainment but TV and arguments?

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  • It looks really exciting.

    6 October 2016

  • I think this book is great… there is lots of challenges for greg and if he fails he does in a humorous way..

    I recommend this book to ages over 6 at least because some of the things that are funny to older kids, little kids won’t understand.

    21 March 2016

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    the best book in the world

    27 January 2016

  • loved it

    This book made me laugh a bit. I like the bit when Greg wears a pair of Rodrick’s underwear without realising before it is too late. Another bit that I liked was when Greg opened his video game before Christmas.

    I recommend this book to anyone that is a fan of Diary of A Wimpy Kid.

    29 June 2015

  • loved it

    I read this again and again. When I first read this series I was 9 years old and I did not agree with Greg’s view of things. Now Iam a fan of the series. Cabin fever is the best in this series.

    24 June 2015

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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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