The authorities are closing in, but when a surprise blizzard hits, the Heffley family is trapped indoors. Greg knows that when the snow melts he’s going to have to. The Hardcover of the Cabin Fever (Diary of a Wimpy Kid Series #6) by Jeff Kinney at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. Greg Heffley is in big trouble. School property has been damaged, and Greg is the prime suspect. But the crazy thing is, he’s innocent. Or at least sort of.

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I hope this recovery continues and brings back the cabib humor lacking since the first two or three books. My troubles have just started to begin. We read it together, and I have to say this book was so funny and entertaining.

So Reading Diary of Wimpy Kid- Winpy Fever would not have been as funny as it really is, to me, if Archit, wouldn’t be calling me three time- four times, five times a day and asking me to read this series, that he is now a big fan of Wimpy Kid.

The blizzard and thus the cabin fever being a nice addition. An original comic book he thinks is worth forty dollars. My mother does not want me sitting in front of my computer playing video games all cabih long.

They then realize they need to advertise their bazaar and they try to ask the local newspaper to do it. The electricity goes off and his family stays extremely cold.


Because people had accidents on these things, like the swing, which is a really funny one. Recommend diar to all parents who want their kids to read more!

They call some students and tell the whole school to tell them who done it anonymously if someone knows. A sudden blizzard hits their town so all his family needs to stay home except for his father who can’t return home from work so he stays in a hotel near the highway.

Nov 19, Fran rated it it was amazing. I would be happy with the events since I did not have to go to school but my little brother blew all of my tokens and whatever I won playing Net Kritterz. I wouldn’t want to diry Greg. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: How long will this stupid franchise continue? They first try to do a cardboard home-made version of Pac-Manbut their plan fails as the cardboard of the game falls apart. What is to become of my virtual pet?

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Cabin Fever 1 3 Nov 02, Also the Heffley’s get stuck indoors because of a terrible blizzard. Now, that is not all of the troubles I am going to kdi to you in my latest book by Jeff Kinney. He has had a pulse on what kids go through and the twisted ways in which they think since book one I am 8 years old and I thought this book was one of the bests it made me laugh.

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But this time around, Kinney doesn’t stop there. Retrieved from ” https: Unlike The Third wheel it jumps around to different events and things happening, which is when I think these books succeed so well. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.


We found these books that are just like Madlibs where you read a passage and add words to a sentence without really knowing what the sentence seroes. Greg gets to know soon that Manny lives luxuriously in his room surrounded by food, warmth, and toys without notifying his family because, as Manny claims, nobody taught him how to tie his shoes.

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When pushed, he said that it simply wasn’t as funny as the others, and he felt that Kinney was trying too hard. And because they do follow a formula, we know to expect the redemptive act at the end of each book, and often especially in Cabin Fever for me these moments of redemption feel tacked on out of nowhere.

Not the one we are used to where the school forms a major aa of the of the troll universe for our Og. It started to rain, the rain washed the paint away and made it stain the wall! D I like Dog Days the best, though.