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Cabin Fever by Jeff Kinney
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Dec 08, 12

bookshelves: modern-realistic, narrative-illustrative-combo, set-in-middle-school, humor
Read in December, 2012

Yesterday was the school's Book Fair Day (sponsored by Scholastic) which features BOGO (Buy-One-Get-One Free). I've been waiting for this since spring semester.

I hadn't been able to catch up on my Jeff Kinney reading. The students kept buying out all the Diary books before I could get to them. This time I beat them! maniacal laughter

I have to be honest. This one wasn't as good as the prior books. Sure, there were times when the kids in class told me to laugh quieter because they were trying to read, but it wasn't the laugh-until-my-sides-hurt or laugh-until-my-eyes-tear-up. Instead, it was more of a stifled chuckle.

One thing I really do appreciate is how the author ties up the story. All those characters and situations from the beginning of the book which seemed trivial somehow tie in with the ending. That's good storytelling.
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