Diary of a Wimpy Kid Do It Yourself, you are a writer, illustrator, and main character. This book is packed with countless interactive pages and plenty of space to write your own life story. It is everything you need to create your masterpiece. Kids’ author Jeff Kinney keeps on siphoning out his Wimpy Kid—related books—and all things considered. To date, there are five books in the arrangement with a 6th underway, and each installment is as charming, fun, and engaging as the last.
Published: May 1, 2011
Price: US $12.95 / CAN $14.95
Now you can write your bestseller!
With The Wimpy Kid Do-It-Yourself Book, you’re the author, illustrator, and main character. Filled with loads of interactive pages and plenty of space to write your own life’s story, this book is all you need to create your masterpiece. Whatever you do, make sure you put it someplace safe after you finish. Because when you’re rich and famous, this thing is going to be worth a fortune.
Includes 32 pages of full-color comics!
Diary of a Wimpy Kid Do It Yourself
Kinney’s latest exertion, Diary of a Wimpy Kid Do It Yourself Book, isn’t a continuation of the arrangement. Instead, it’s an intriguing take on a kids’ journal with page after page of fun fill-in questions, funnies, and drawing opportunities. Sure to hold enthusiastic Kinney fans over until the November release of Diary of a Wimpy Kid 6, The Wimpy Kid Do-It-Yourself Book will also end up being a valuable keepsake for parents. This is because the arrangement of prompts featured in the journal encourages kids to record information about who they are present. Often shamelessly referring to the fact that youngsters will want to recollect these things when they’re “old,” which is 30-years-old in Greg Heffley’s reality.
Diary of a Photo Gallery & Album
The book opens up with a brief about remote location picks, featuring spaces for youngsters to write in their favorite computer games, melodies, books, and films, yet this is only the start. Even though many of the journal’s 224 pages are left blank to be utilized for actual journaling, dozens of fun writing opportunities will enable parents to become more acquainted with their kids better, while also allowing the kids to become more acquainted with themselves better. Kids are rarely encouraged to write outside of school, and the chances are that they wouldn’t have the opportunity to illustrate what’s in their brain, record their best minutes, write five things no one thinks about them, or make their funnies if not for Kinney’s journal.
Last night I took each one out to let them burn through twenty dollars each as part of their Christmas presents. Diary of a Wimpy Kid Do It Yourself book was one of the books that my daughter selected. She has been having all sorts of fun sitting unobtrusively and writing in it!
Last night before hitting the hay, I read what she had written and was laughing so hard at a portion of the things she composed! This book is adorable, and it also allows us to perceive what our youngsters think about things we may have never thought to ask. I plan on getting my child one too when he gets a little more seasoned!
Ah! Recollect those center school days? For me, it was loopy earrings, banana cuts, the young ladies with the ideal perms, and spiked bangs—also, the social snaps, health class, and the snickers when a kid talked to you. Diary of a Wimpy Kid is a laugh for all to hear entertaining. Jeff Kinney helps me to remember those days in middle school, and by the lives of my own 11 and two 13year olds very little has changed. Kinney has brought these awkward years much required lighthearted element through cartoons and Gregg Heffley, a center school understudy who turns into the far-fetched legend. Greg lays it out for us in his “journal” from his mother chipping in as a sub teacher to young ladies. One of my favorite parts was when Greg went for the school play in Wizard of Oz. He wanted to be the tree for two reasons: 1. It didn’t have any speaking parts, and 2: He was trusting he could toss apples at Dorthy. Yet, of course, all the center school young men wanted to be trees. I can’t wait until my children read this book. It will be fascinating to see their take. Amusing!
Utilized this book for a class I taught in the introductory Diary of a Wimpy Kid Do It Yourself. We used this activity book while reading the main book together. It was precious and fun. I enjoyed the activities creative and relevant to what exactly kids like to talk about. Furthermore, this book saved me a ton of time. It’s a ready-made class activity book. And it’s great for getting kids to share their encounters. I think I learned a little a lot about the kids in my class 🙂