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Author: Jeff Kinney
ISBN: 896559006X
Language: Korean
Pages: 224 pages
Category: Literature & Fiction
Publisher: Pureun Nalgae/Tsai Fong Books (December 1, 2010)
Rating: 4.4
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Book 5 of 16 in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid Series.

Book 5 of 16 in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid Series. Jeff has been named one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World. He spent his childhood in the Washington, . area and moved to New England in 1995.

Diary Of Wimpy Kid - Rodrick Rules. The Meltdown, book 13, was published in October 2018, and was a bestselling book. His latest book, Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid: Rowley Jefferson's Journal, was published in April 2019 and was an instant global bestseller. Jeff has been named one of Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid in your hands. much fun reading it as I did writing it. Jeff Kinney.

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Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Ugly Truth is a 2010 bestselling children's fiction book by American author and cartoonist Jeff Kinney and is the fifth book in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series. The Ugly Truth sold 548,000 copies in its initial week of publication, edging out Decision Points, which sold 437,000 copies

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Diary of a Wimpy Kid is a series of fiction books written by the American author and cartoonist Jeff Kinney. All the main books are the journals of the main character, Greg Heffley. Befitting a teen's diary, the books are filled with hand-written notes and simple drawings of Greg's daily adventures. as of January 2019, more than 200 million copies have been sold globally.

Comments (7)
A great read. It's well written and I plowed through it in one sitting. I could not put it down. I laughed, I cried, I smiled, and I pondered throughout the entire book. You know you just finished reading something great when you get towards the end and you start to panic because you don't want it to end. I thought all the characters were well flushed out and added something interesting to the story. I don't know how I can write a review without giving away the plot, so all I can say you need to read this. You won't regret it.
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My son and I are big Wimpy Kid fans. He is 7 and got his first 4 "wimpy kid" book through a friend. I now have bought 4 other "wimpy kids", (hardcover), my son had one paperback( that was a no,no). Any who These books have been our bed time reading for the past 6 months. I enjoy reading it to him, sometimes finishing a book in 3 days. I has also helped him to be an excelerated reader because of the pictures, plot(typical silly boy stuff), he enjoys reading them during his free reading time. I think he has reread some, he also got a hold to my phone to order another wimpy kid book.
When my son started the 2nd grade he hated having to read and saw it as nothing more than a chore and it was a fight to get him to do it. When seeing the books they were reading, I could completely understand why. I made various attempts to show him reading was fun and still it was just a chore to him and he'd constantly act like he couldn't read as well as he could to get out of having to read... until I started buying him the Diary of a wimpy kid series. He now has a greater love for reading and understanding that it can be fun and enjoyable. He went from complaining every time he had to read for class to being happy to do so and reads proficiently above grade level. He also likes discussing the books with me and telling me about what is happening. He is always very eager to get the next book in the series (and I have found amazon to have great prices on them) and has a very great sense of accomplishment when he finishes each book. The fact that this series has given my son joy in reading has been invaluable.
First I'll say that I've known several children, including my oldest, that absolutely love these books. If you've got a boy who doesn't like reading (my nephew hated it until these), give them these and proudly watch them become little bookworms. With that said, I don't believe these are great for getting children interested in longer novels without a lot of pictures. The text is very large and so are the illustrations, so while this looks like a longer book, the content could fit in a much smaller one. My nephew read these and was when he finished them his love of reading went right down the tubes. My 9 year old loves reading and after this series he went right ahead and started Harry Potter; so in our own personal experience these were great for introducing him to longer series (he's already on HP book 3, YAY!) Rick Riordan is next :)
As with all the books in the series, The Ugly Truth is told through the eyes of middle-schooler Greg Heffley. As with the previous books in the series, The Ugly Truth, does not disappoint in the laugh-out-loud, goofy antics and situations with which Greg constantly finds himself. Greg, the author of the diary (or journal as he prefers to call it), explains the frustrations of adolescence through his writings and illustrations. With the diary style of writing, Greg's stories are to the point with crisp, clear storytelling. The handwriting style font, to simulate Greg's writing in a diary, adds authenticity to the book. The cartoon illustrations not only clarify the story but add to its hilarity as well. Finally, Kinney's choice to have Greg tell his stories via diary, offers Greg with a way to cope with his awkward experiences.

In The Ugly Truth, Greg doesn't disappoint his readers as he leads us through growing up - the good, the bad, and the ugly of it. Continuing from the fourth book, The Ugly Truth begins with the destroyed friendship between Greg and his best friend Rowley. Throughout the book, Greg struggles with trying to come to terms with Rowley, never wanting to swallow his pride and admit just how much Rowley means to him. As he is fretting over his doomed friendship and contemplating why Rowley won't come crawling back, he leads the reader through various life experiences. Greg's narcissistic, something for nothing attitude causes things to not quite work out the way he expects. Greg is involved in one mishap after another in this comical tale of growing up.

This is a good children's literature book because the stories and illustrations are humorous, witty, simple, and interesting. Greg represents an average child facing realistic situations but with unrealistic expectations. He humorously and candidly faces topics that many adolescents deal with on a daily basis. The simplicity of the stories, the relatable storylines, and the humor with which they're told allow children to feel comfortable about growing - and lets them know they're not alone.