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Rodrick Rules explained Rodrick Rules, review Rodrick Rules, trailer Rodrick Rules, box office Rodrick Rules, analysis Rodrick Rules, Rodrick Rules 594d The Highly Anticipated Sequel To The NEW YORK TIMES Bestselling Book Secrets Have A Way Of Getting Out, Especially When A Diary Is Involved Whatever You Do, Don T Ask Greg Heffley How He Spent His Summer Vacation, Because He Definitely Doesn T Want To Talk About It As Greg Enters The New School Year, He S Eager To Put The Past Three Months Behind Him And One Event In Particular Unfortunately For Greg, His Older Brother, Rodrick, Knows All About The Incident Greg Wants To Keep Under Wraps But Secrets Have A Way Of Getting Out Especially When A Diary Is Involved Diary Of A Wimpy Kid Rodrick Rules Chronicles Greg S Attempts To Navigate The Hazards Of Middle School, Impress The Girls, Steer Clear Of The School Talent Show, And Most Important, Keep His Secret Safe

  • Hardcover
  • 224 pages
  • Rodrick Rules
  • Jeff Kinney
  • English
  • 01 March 2019
  • 9780810994737

About the Author: Jeff Kinney

Jeff Kinney is an author of children s books including Diary of a Wimpy Kid book series Jeff was born in College Park, Maryland, in 1971 where he created a comic strip called Igdoof He also created the children s website Poptropica.

10 thoughts on “Rodrick Rules

  1. says:

    I read this book for two reasons I needed to get my book count up for the reading challenge, and reading We Need To Talk About Kevin immediately after No Country For Old Men was too much darkness, even for me I picked this up from son s shelf, because I had enjoyed the first book my son was flabbergasted, and my wife made fun of me, saying she d give me Peter Pan next But I am glad I did pick it up, however.Greg Heffley is a loser bullied by his elder brother and followed about by his tattletale younger one, ignored by the pretty girls and able to befriend only the unspeakable Rowley, he must be justified in feeling that life is unjust to him He pours all this righteous indignation into the journal he will kill himself before he calls it a diary his mother forces him to write The result is HILARIOUS.Jeff Kinney is a truly comic writer who has mastered the strength of the understatement Greg s voice throughout the book is a sort of sardonic monotone one is reminded of those sad faced clowns who will have you in stitches The journal is pieced together in little vignettes, like a series of connected jokes and the punchline is often a cartoon I feel that authors should use illustrations often, even in serious novels In Vanity Fair, Thackeray s illustrations are as famous as his words Greg, in this book, has grown up a little from his previous outing His sarcasm has taken on an edge, and the portraits he paints of his Dad and Mom are less than flattering Yet, they are lovable, all the same.Jeff Kinney has written a book that can be enjoyed by children and adults alike.Recommended whenever one needs a mood uplift

  2. says:

    Ok, so I read this book to see why my students seem to love it so Now, I m all for silly humor I can understand that, but I don t get the attraction for this book I hated it I finished it in a little over a day, but never did I stop wishing for it to end I think the characters were horrible the people in the book did mean things to each other every person in the book was inconsiderate to each other etc I really could go on I know I m going to hurt some feelings next week when I report to my students my feelings about this book, but it really wasn t good Was there really even a storyline

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    Rodrick Rules Diary of a Wimpy Kid, 2 , Jeff Kinney Diary of a Wimpy Kid Rodrick Rules, is a children s novel by American author and cartoonist Jeff Kinney It is the sequel to Diary of a Wimpy Kid, followed by The Last Straw Rodrick Rules, was released on February 1, 2008 At the start of the book, Greg explains how bad his summer vacation was in which after being signed up with the swim team without his consent, he had to deal with practice at 7 00 AM, being the worst swimmer on the team and his brother Rodrick annoying him about a secret that Greg is trying to keep After Rodrick puts him in the back of his van and finds every speed bump in the town, he drops Greg off to school but Greg finds out he still has the Cheese Touch from last year He gets away with passing it on to a new kid named Jeremy Pindle 2 2 2012 2 1389 224 5 14 5 19 2 2 9789642980826 1394 1392 1391 224 9786001880865 21 2 1389 220 9789643629496 1389 224 9789647253383 1391 224 9786009117727 1392 1393 199 9789642091416 1392 1393 9789642091416 1395 221 9789643499105 1392

  4. says:

    it was also very funny and kids who can read should deffntly read it

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    Rodrick Rules was just as funny and descriptive as the other In this book, Greg has disturbing conflicts with his brother that enrages Greg As Greg states his moments with Rodrick, he discovers Rodrick has been rather mean too him I can t wait to read the third book

  7. says:

    This book is great Because it is base on a true movie But my faviorite part was when Rodick older brother of greg.Made a big party and greg had to help Rodick pick up the mess but Rodick and greg was lucky at first ut then

  8. says:

    I swear this was funny hell a lot funny than the first one So it was about Gregory and his relationship with his brother Rodrick, and even though my relation with my brother was never the same but this This was so funny.The last page with the scientific experiment on plants and black pepper made me crack up

  9. says:

    This book I can t describe DIt s funnyI read it so slow, so the laugh doesn t end of my day Just a little something dad said to Rodrick well, for starters Abraham Lincon didin t write to kill a mockingbird DhahahaI really recommend this book to everyone wanna have a relaxing time.ENJOY

  10. says:

    I didn t like it, personally The cartoons were cute and funny some parents may think that means younger kids can read it, but the reading level is definitely around 5th grade and older Think the age the first HP book was aimed at, and you have the correct reading age for this book.Why I didn t like it The protagonist never learned a lesson of any sort whatsoever Throughout the book, it was hinted at that his elder brother Rodrick had a horrific secret held over his head I was honestly eagerly waiting for Rodrick to let that cat out of the bag, because as odious as Rodrick was depicted to be, the protagonist himself was even of a jerk.This main character who we re supposed to sympathize with insults his friends constantly, talking about how he thinks they re stupid and he only hangs out with them because they have a hot babysitter or can get him good grades or some other reason He makes fun of everyone around him, and it s sometimes funny and sometimes insightful, but it s relentlessly cruel I wanted him to be redeemed in the end, I wanted him to be taught a lesson But he wasn t nothing happened I was hoping this would be something along the lines of Harriet The Spy, but it wasn t It wasn t funny, intelligent, life changing or in any way great The only decent thing about this book is that it apparently opens the door into reading for boys who otherwise showed little interest.I say buy them the Great Brain series Nothing Tom and his Great Brain can t handle.

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