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Preview — The Third Wheel by Jeff Kinney
The Third Wheel (Diary of a Wimpy Kid #7)
Love is in the air - but what does that mean for Greg Heffley?
A Valentine's Day dance at Greg's middle school has turned his world upside down. As Greg scrambles to find a date, he's worried he'll be left out in the cold on the big night. His best friend, Rowley, doesn't have any prospects either, but that's a small consolation.
An unexpected twist gives Greg a partner for...more
May 17 Update: Ahhh joke's on me. It's the day AFTER my birthday now.
August 3 Update: AHAHAHA publication on this book is trollin' me, it's being released on my birthday again. NOVEMBER 13, YEAAAH.
It was okay... Definitely not as funny as the first ones.
LRN: Four and a half.
Mum: You pretty much love Greg Heffley with all your heart; why the missing half-star?
LRN: The thing is, it's about love, and that makes me aggghhhh. Any story that involves love makes me kind of crazy.
Mum: Oh, so does Greg get some smooches?
LRN: Not exactly, but his friend does.
Mum: Which one? The skinny one?
LRN: No, I mean Rowley.
Mum: Anything else about this story?
LRN: The thing is, he gets a date, but really Rowley gets it.
Mum: Oh, so like a middl...more
I just finished reading Diary of a Wimpy kid: The Third Wheel by Jeff Kinney. This book is hilarious and romantic all at the same time. It starts out In an ordinary life in middle school and then to really gets to the point. Greg (the main character) has been trying to work up the nerve to ask out his biggest crush Holly Hills to the dance, but Greg's WAY to nervous to ask her out and the only problem is........ well, If you want to know what happens after that I can't tell you so I guess...more
I was horrifical...more
- the first 5 books' box set lived right on my desk close to bed till I finished them all
- I ordered and read the 6th book as soon as I finished the set
So how is this latest installment?
As with almost all the series (consider Potter as an exception)this is not as good and fun as the initial ones. Gregory is still faltering at different levels and his filial love is still on tenterhooks. But again the exper...more
Ladies and Gentlemen of the jury: I intend to prove that the book “Diary of a Wimpy Kid the Third Wheel,” by Jeff Kinney is a very good book at telling many different sub-plots besides the main one. However, there were areas in this book that were not quite as good at giving an ending or a reasonable ending to all of the sub-plots. Narrated by a first-person narrator, Greg Hefley is a Junior High School student who is having some trouble with love. The main issue in this book is the Valentine’s...more
P.S. Got this SUPER CHEAP at Target.
That's not to say, all those grown-ups who take guilty pleasure in reading Wimpy Kid books are as mad as me. And I really now know, why kids rave about this particular wimpy kid, Greg Heffley. This book in...more
Although it's not the best book in the series, I...more
And, of course, Greg's includes the fear-inducing Valentine's Day Dance - a chance to sweat over who to ask to it, how to ask them and then how to make it through the night without fainting, puking or worse, stepping on your date's toes and ending all thoughts of romance right there.
But lucky for Greg, he and his best friend Rowley are in the same boat...or are they?
Greg scores a date to th...more
Funny, smart and just adorable, Jeff Kinney develops another perfect book while fans hope that Greg Heffley will not grow up--or at least not that fast so fans could still have a childhood in their adulthood.
And just like every other book in this series, fans is just obsessed o...more
I like this book because this book was funny. I like how Greg is grossed out in...more
Jeff Kinney portrays a life of an eighth grader , and his struggles through middle school.
It also feels like the author has depicted the protagonists character as his own struggles during his time in middle school .
Humorous at times but boring at some parts this book is not meant for people who are aged seven as its mentioned in the book.
On the whole its a one time read...more