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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. 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 face the music, but could any punishment be worse than 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. 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 face the music, but could any punishment be worse than being stuck inside with your family for the holidays?


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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. 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 face the music, but could any punishment be worse than 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. 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 face the music, but could any punishment be worse than being stuck inside with your family for the holidays?

30 review for Journal d'un dégonflé, t. 6

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ninglu

    Before Reading The cover seems pretty tempting...with Greg standing astonished by the window...apparently with Manny ;) In Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Greg was 11, in Grade 6 In Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, Greg was 12, in Grade 7 In Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Last Straw, Greg was still 12 and in Grade 7 (since the book began in January) In Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days, Greg is having his summer vacation after he finishes Grade 7 In Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Ugly Truth, Greg was 13, and in Grade 8 B Before Reading The cover seems pretty tempting...with Greg standing astonished by the window...apparently with Manny ;) In Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Greg was 11, in Grade 6 In Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, Greg was 12, in Grade 7 In Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Last Straw, Greg was still 12 and in Grade 7 (since the book began in January) In Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days, Greg is having his summer vacation after he finishes Grade 7 In Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Ugly Truth, Greg was 13, and in Grade 8 Basically, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Ugly Truth was only half of a normal school year, since the book ended in November. Probably, I suspect, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever is going to be the next half, due to what is drawn on the cover :) After Reading This one was different, for sure. It didn't really complete the year, but it was just as good as the other ones. In this book, it makes Greg seem like the troublemaker although he never really intended to cause all the trouble, and soon a blizzard falls over their city. A really different plot. When I read the description, it didn't seem too much like an appealing type. Once you read the book, the illustrations and the writing make it funny! :D I like Dog Days the best, though. This book is probably third in the favourite to least favourite lineup, but after all, all of them were fantastic! The series must continue!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Archit Ojha

    This book breezed through me! Sometimes a breeze is not what one is looking for. Like Greg, who is trapped in his own house due to a Blizzard. This one was indeed different. Not the one we are used to where the school forms a major part of the of the troll universe for our Mr. Greg. Damaging the school property might be fun for us all. Well, fun until the school decides to involve the Police!. Unprepared and tormented, Greg is hounded by the fear of being locked up for vandalism. The blizzard and thu This book breezed through me! Sometimes a breeze is not what one is looking for. Like Greg, who is trapped in his own house due to a Blizzard. This one was indeed different. Not the one we are used to where the school forms a major part of the of the troll universe for our Mr. Greg. Damaging the school property might be fun for us all. Well, fun until the school decides to involve the Police!. Unprepared and tormented, Greg is hounded by the fear of being locked up for vandalism. The blizzard and thus the cabin fever being a nice addition. The narration is of the rarest quality which is a trade mark of Jeff. You are bound to love this Cabin Fever.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kenny Hernandez

    1-10 I will say this book get's a 9 it is off the hook! I love the part when Greg was a Criminal but at the same time he was not. Also he had to stay in his grandma's house from All that snow! Also greg want a book singed by Kenny Centazzo but it was a fail. Manny(pest) was also messing with the heat in the house soo that he could get the heat all to hem self.

  4. 5 out of 5

    [Shai] Bibliophage

    One of the best parts of this book is when Greg and Rowley are bullied by a kid who's in kindergarten. The part where Greg found out that his younger brother Manny is the culprit behind their lack of electricity is really hilarious. Can't believe that kids younger than Greg can pull this kind of act against adults. hahaha!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lego Robot Ninja

    Mum: So what do you want to say about this? LRN: 500 stars!!!1! Mum: So, you've read all of these, right? LRN: There's more. In this one, school property is a must, because there's no school property. Because people had accidents on these things, like the swing, which is a really funny one. It's when a dork named Francis Knott goes flying off the swing onto a see saw, which someone was on, and then woooooooo.... Mum: This is a little confusing. Do you mean that the playground is now not available to Mum: So what do you want to say about this? LRN: 500 stars!!!1! Mum: So, you've read all of these, right? LRN: There's more. In this one, school property is a must, because there's no school property. Because people had accidents on these things, like the swing, which is a really funny one. It's when a dork named Francis Knott goes flying off the swing onto a see saw, which someone was on, and then woooooooo.... Mum: This is a little confusing. Do you mean that the playground is now not available to the kids because of fears of kids getting hurt or something? LRN: Yup. At least, they get to stand out there not running. You can't run because when somebody was playing freeze tag, someone pushed that person, and the teachers thought you shouldn't run. Mum: Huh. I've never been a huge fan of these books, but that sounds like an okay message - that kids should be active, and some skinned knees are part of the deal. What else do you want to say about this? LRN: I never want to be a teacher that's too protective of the kids. Mum: Good goal. Do you want to be a teacher? LRN: Nah. Mum: What then? LRN: I would become a lawyer. [Mum starts laughing] LRN: I don't know. I haven't decided. It's going to take a couple of years. Mum: Another good goal.

  6. 5 out of 5

    hayden

    I feel like I'd read this before the whole time I was reading it. I think Kinney is running out of ideas. Really? How long will this stupid franchise continue? Does Jeff Kinney not have enough money from his already existing six books (one which is just a blank journal!) and his movie franchise? Jeez, these cash cows are killing me.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Pooja

    Reading Diary of Wimpy Kid- Cabin 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. He is not someone who gets behind you and until you read or watch the stuffs he suggested, would not let you live peacefully. If he recommends something, then you certainly put your faith in it. His choices are only the best ones. There's no doubt about it. So Reading Diary of Wimpy Kid- Cabin 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. He is not someone who gets behind you and until you read or watch the stuffs he suggested, would not let you live peacefully. If he recommends something, then you certainly put your faith in it. His choices are only the best ones. There's no doubt about it. So when he asked me to read Wimpy kid, I took it as a duty and God! It was fabulous! I understood why he wanted me to read this series. This one would be my favorite of all other parts. I can't wait to read next books.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Megs ♥

    My son is 9, and he got this book recently. We read it together, and I have to say this book was so funny and entertaining. I've been trying to get my son to read more, and these are the only books he will reread over and over again. Recommend this to all parents who want their kids to read more!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lena

    I breezed through the sixth Wimpy Kid book in a few hours. It was simple enough to skim. I don't know if I've paid careful attention to the others or if this one was just somewhat choppy in the writing, but it seemed more like a bunch of little antecdotes and jokes rather than a continuous story in some parts. Still, it was pretty much like the others. Not as funny as the first one or two, but still a cute easy book. I did think it was pretty odd that Greg, who is pretty cynical and in EIGTH GRA I breezed through the sixth Wimpy Kid book in a few hours. It was simple enough to skim. I don't know if I've paid careful attention to the others or if this one was just somewhat choppy in the writing, but it seemed more like a bunch of little antecdotes and jokes rather than a continuous story in some parts. Still, it was pretty much like the others. Not as funny as the first one or two, but still a cute easy book. I did think it was pretty odd that Greg, who is pretty cynical and in EIGTH GRADE now, if my calculations are right, still believes in santa claus. Really? Come on. Half the preschoolers in school don't believe in Santa anymore. Certainly by fifth or sixth grade everyone knows. This seems like one of those series where the author never makes the characters change or mature over time. And come on--even in the first book, I can't see Greg as believing in Santa. Maybe Rowley, but Greg? Recommended for reluctant readers.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tung

    I've read every single one of the Wimpy Kid books (and seen both movie adaptations) because my kids find them funny, and I wanted to see what all the hype was about. The first one was, indeed, hysterical, and the second less so but still entertaining. Each subsequent book has declined in entertainment value, and that negative trend continues with this latest installment. Each book focuses on Greg Heffley, a mischievous middle school student who finds himself in various predicaments, usually of h I've read every single one of the Wimpy Kid books (and seen both movie adaptations) because my kids find them funny, and I wanted to see what all the hype was about. The first one was, indeed, hysterical, and the second less so but still entertaining. Each subsequent book has declined in entertainment value, and that negative trend continues with this latest installment. Each book focuses on Greg Heffley, a mischievous middle school student who finds himself in various predicaments, usually of his own doing. In Cabin Fever, Greg finds himself nearing the Christmas season and having to behave himself because Santa is watching. Greg is also trying to find a way to earn money to purchase Christmas gifts for his family. So we get to see Greg's misadventures shoveling snow, surviving being snowed in and without power in his own home, and trying to organize a Holiday Bazaar. The problem with Cabin Fever (and really all of the books after the second one) is that while each of the sequels follow the formula of the first book -- Greg repeatedly gets into trouble, but in the end, does something that reveals he has a good heart -- they lack the cohesiveness of story that the first book had; now all we get is a disconnected series of pratfalls. 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. Even my own children found this latest installment the blandest of the series. This is my last Wimpy Kid book. Pass on this one.

  11. 4 out of 5

    The Reading Countess

    I wanted to like this one more than I did. Perhaps it was my oldest son, a voracious reader, who might have prejudiced me before I even sat down to page one when he tossed it to me and said that it was lame. When pushed, he said that it simply wasn't as funny as the others, and he felt that Kinney was trying too hard. Despite his youth, I do have to say that I agree with him. I have always laughed out loud at many of the scenes in his books. He has had a pulse on what kids go through and the twis I wanted to like this one more than I did. Perhaps it was my oldest son, a voracious reader, who might have prejudiced me before I even sat down to page one when he tossed it to me and said that it was lame. When pushed, he said that it simply wasn't as funny as the others, and he felt that Kinney was trying too hard. Despite his youth, I do have to say that I agree with him. I have always laughed out loud at many of the scenes in his books. He has had a pulse on what kids go through and the twisted ways in which they think since book one...until Cabin Fever. It felt contrived. Never once did I think to myself, "Yes! He totally understands the self-involved teenager!" Instead, it felt like he was trying to reinvent the magic from the previous books and came up short. I wanted to like it. Believe me, his books have been wildly popular in all of the grades I've taught (3, 4, 5 and now 7). Particularly popular with my reluctant readers, they resonnate with them because they are a reflection of themselves. This one...not so much. I almost feel guilty putting it into the hands of my readers.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Noble

    Greg Heffley is an average boy that goes to middle school. Greg has an older brother named Rodrick, and a younger brother named Manny. His older brother Rodrick is mean. His younger brother is annoying and ruins Greg's games. At school Greg has a bigger problem. Greg and his friend Rowley were hanging posters at the school. The paintings had paint on them. It started to rain, the rain washed the paint away and made it stain the wall! Will Greg and Rowley get busted or will Greg and Rowley live wi Greg Heffley is an average boy that goes to middle school. Greg has an older brother named Rodrick, and a younger brother named Manny. His older brother Rodrick is mean. His younger brother is annoying and ruins Greg's games. At school Greg has a bigger problem. Greg and his friend Rowley were hanging posters at the school. The paintings had paint on them. It started to rain, the rain washed the paint away and made it stain the wall! Will Greg and Rowley get busted or will Greg and Rowley live with a lie inside them.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ola Al-Najres

    How nice it was ! I couldn't stop laughing until the last page , and oh .. this little devil (Manny) was unbelievable 😂 Some friends told me that I am (a big child) because of reading this series , but I never care .. it will be always one of my favorites 😍

  14. 4 out of 5

    Yuthika

    The one where Greg is a criminal and yet he's not a criminal! Funny incidents with the police - I liked it!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Tam_ the_ med_bookie

    Loved the 6th book in the series as well. Greg is less obnoxious than he was in the previous series. I am enjoying more about the things that is happening in the lives of the other people aroind him : his parents (the mom is so like duh clueless still, being always partial nodding to everything Manny wants, the dad has Not much role in this one, Rodrick the elder brother doesn't have much part ...which I miss reading about). The only thing I got disappointed is this thing: Why is Manny still treate Loved the 6th book in the series as well. Greg is less obnoxious than he was in the previous series. I am enjoying more about the things that is happening in the lives of the other people aroind him : his parents (the mom is so like duh clueless still, being always partial nodding to everything Manny wants, the dad has Not much role in this one, Rodrick the elder brother doesn't have much part ...which I miss reading about). The only thing I got disappointed is this thing: Why is Manny still treated like a toddlee when he can already speak sentences! I want to know more how Manny gets evil in the later books in the series. This one was particularly good to read now, as it was wriiten based on Christmas, the snow and the cold🤗 Thoroughly enjoyed reading it👍

  16. 5 out of 5

    Insh

    a wonderful book to read especially when you pretend to be studying for an exam that even you do NOT want to fail but management books are boring so you end up taking a 5 minute break that suddenly becomes a 7 day break honestly just read the book

  17. 5 out of 5

    Erin *Proud Book Hoarder*

    Now THIS one is as funny as the early ones. I kept laughing out loud on several occasions. Unlike The Third wheel it jumps around to different events and things happening, which is when I think these books succeed so well. Manny is becoming a little holy terror, isn't he?

  18. 4 out of 5

    Khushboo Mathuria

    I was pretty pumped to continue going through the Wimpy kid books after I recently watched the movies again and I wasn't disappointed. What fun!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Joana

    Only Greg to have a brother like Manny. That kid is something else. On the 6th book, the fun remains.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Lopez

    this book is a very funny book for comic readers although it dosent have just picures it does have words

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jubilee Aba

    I CHOSE THIS BOOK BECAUSE MY BROTHER GOT THIS BOOK IN CHRISTMAS AND SINCE I LOVE DIARY OF A WIMPY KID I WANTED TO READ IT SO BADLY. THIS BOOK IS MAINLY ABOUT A BOY NAMED GREG WHO WRITES ABOUT HIS LIFE AND SCHOOL IN A DIARY BUT HE CALLS IT A JOURNAL. IN THIS BOOK HE WRITES HOW CHRISTMAS IS AROUND THE CORNER AND THAT IT IS A STRUGGLE TO BE GOOD FOR AT LEAST A MOTHS BUT IF HE WANTS PRESENTS FROM "SANTA" HE NEEDS TO BEHAVE. BUT ITS BEEN A BIT OF A STRUGGLE SINCE THEIR BEEN A SNOW STORM AND GREG STU I CHOSE THIS BOOK BECAUSE MY BROTHER GOT THIS BOOK IN CHRISTMAS AND SINCE I LOVE DIARY OF A WIMPY KID I WANTED TO READ IT SO BADLY. THIS BOOK IS MAINLY ABOUT A BOY NAMED GREG WHO WRITES ABOUT HIS LIFE AND SCHOOL IN A DIARY BUT HE CALLS IT A JOURNAL. IN THIS BOOK HE WRITES HOW CHRISTMAS IS AROUND THE CORNER AND THAT IT IS A STRUGGLE TO BE GOOD FOR AT LEAST A MOTHS BUT IF HE WANTS PRESENTS FROM "SANTA" HE NEEDS TO BEHAVE. BUT ITS BEEN A BIT OF A STRUGGLE SINCE THEIR BEEN A SNOW STORM AND GREG STUCK AT HOME WITH NOTHING TO DO. MY FAVORITE QUOTE IN THE BOOK IS WHEN MOM EXPLAINS ABOUT THE SANTA SCOUT. (MOM SAID THE DOLL IS CALLED "SANTA'S SCOUT" AND THAT HIS JOB IS TO WATCH HOW KIDS BEHAVE AND THEN REPORT BACK TO SANTA AT THE NORTH POLE.)I THINK THE AUTHOR JEFF KINNEY WRITES IN A FUNNY WAY ON SHOWIN THE PERSPECTIVE WAY ON HOW GREG THINKS ABOUT SCHOOL AND LIFE. TO SAY THE TRUTH NOT ALL KIDS THINK THE SAME GREG FEELS ABOUT LIFE. I RECOMMEND THIS BOOK TO ALL KIDS AND TEENS BECAUSE IF YOUR BORED AT HOME DOING NOTHING I THINK GREG WOULD BE A BIG HELP IN ENTERTAINMENT

  22. 4 out of 5

    Leah

    I am 8 years old and I thought this book was one of the bests it made me laugh. And I will never find a book that made me laugh this much.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Punin

    After reading Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever,I noticed that it was snowing a lot in the story. An example of my sighting is that on page 166, it says" The snow was already up to our mail box, and it wasn't showing any sign of stopping". By making an inference, I can infer that there is a blizzard going on. I infer that because in a blizzard it snows a lot. So, if snow is already up to the mail bow, I must mean that it is snowing A LOT. Specially if there is a blizzard going on. Plus I can pr After reading Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever,I noticed that it was snowing a lot in the story. An example of my sighting is that on page 166, it says" The snow was already up to our mail box, and it wasn't showing any sign of stopping". By making an inference, I can infer that there is a blizzard going on. I infer that because in a blizzard it snows a lot. So, if snow is already up to the mail bow, I must mean that it is snowing A LOT. Specially if there is a blizzard going on. Plus I can predict that the blizzard will die down making it okay for the Heffley to go out side I began to think of the time that a snow storm that hit the country on 2011. I happen during October in New Jersey canceling Halloween.In the book, it later says that the power goes of because of the blizzard. So by remembering well, the storm that hit the east coast also gave power outage. It seems like both of these situations are connected in a way. Both of the stories have the same situation of a storm and a power outage.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Praxedes

    Glad to see the Wimpy Kid series is back on track after last installment's fiasco. I hope this recovery continues and brings back the laugh-out-loud humor lacking since the first two or three books.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Fran

    Diary of A Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever Author: Jeff Kinney Reviewed by Fran Lewis As told by Greg Finnley: Life is not easy when you’re just a kid. Always expected to do what adults request of you or get punished. Never allowed to speak up or be disrespectful especially if you want Santa to shine his guiding light on you Christmas Day. Remember he can see you even when you are sleeping and he knows your every move even when you are awake. I’m beginning to think he has his own GPS in every kid, radar or Diary of A Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever Author: Jeff Kinney Reviewed by Fran Lewis As told by Greg Finnley: Life is not easy when you’re just a kid. Always expected to do what adults request of you or get punished. Never allowed to speak up or be disrespectful especially if you want Santa to shine his guiding light on you Christmas Day. Remember he can see you even when you are sleeping and he knows your every move even when you are awake. I’m beginning to think he has his own GPS in every kid, radar or lojack to track our movements and thoughts. Is there no privacy in this world? Now, that is not all of the troubles I am going to relate to you in my latest book by Jeff Kinney. For some reason he’s created me, Greg Heffley, as the kid who never ceases to have trouble follow him even if he tries his best to avoid it. Now for example: I did offer to help mom with the groceries. Did that put me on Santa’s good list? How about the evil looking doll that my mom found from when she was just a kid? It seems to follow me wherever I go, even in the shower. But wait: this is nothing. My troubles have just started to begin. What would you do if your mother saved a picture of you and your older brother in the tub? Would you want that on display for the world to see? How gross is that? Next, putting up the Christmas decorations only to have to take them down when my youngest brother throws a fit because he was napping and did not get to hang his ornament first. Manny can be a real pain in the you know what if you know what I mean. Mom loves to use the Santa Card as her ace in the hole to get us to behave at least between Thanksgiving and Christmas. After that she has no real way to reel us in. Next, let’s not forget the anti-bully campaign and poster contest in school. However, Dennis is the resident bully since the rest are gone so you would think or might think that he is the star of the assembly and the posters to rid the school of him of course. So, what else will happen to me, Greg Heffley to make life even worse? Oh yeah: I have to deal with Mr. Nasty Pants and his reign of terror. Just how I deal with it is the work of author Jeff Kinney and you will have to read that for yourself. Name calling, teasing, hitting and all the fun stuff kids like to do to each other are all considered bullying and I will have no part of it. But, now let’s get to the bulk of the story so you can learn what other things create havoc in my life and how I had to spent too much time with my family and developed as the title says: Cabin Fever. This is the first book in the series that I am reviewing and I love the cartoon like pictures, the expressions on the character’s faces and the way poor Greg feels sorry for himself, thinks life has dealt him bad hand and never owns up to his own failings. There are many kids that never realize that maybe it is their fault, or you need to see the light or spending time with your family snowed in can be fun or in this case drive a kid crazy. Added to that one little brother that reminds me of my brother when we were younger. Wait until you hear what else Manny has in store to get even with his two older brothers. You have to laugh. Greg continues now: My mother does not want me sitting in front of my computer playing video games all day long. I invited my friend Rowley over for what she calls human interaction or just talking to someone in person about anything. Rowley does not mind watching me play games but she sent her into the basement hoping we would find something to amuse us. 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 says. You ask the person parts of speech and then you read it back and it is hysterical. Of course let’s not forget Alfrendo the doll that kept me happy but I lost. Alfrendo was like my security blanket and for the life of me I can’t figure out where he went or why. Rowley and Greg decide to play hide and seek in the woods and what Greg does to get out of going into the woods is priceless. Teaching his friend the ropes in Church and getting stuck going door to door after a snowstorm to make some money to buy video games, Greg is a typical kid that needs to remember that things do not come easily and you might have to work for what you want. Shoveling snow did not work out but some of the situations described with the people he asked were hilarious. Asking for money to shovel driveways should have been profitable but one lady made him stay and talk to her for an hour and the next driveway, although he did clear got covered over with more snow. Trying to be resourceful he used a sprinkler system to remove the snow got paid and wound up having to salt the man’s driveway after it turned into an ice skating rink. Poor Greg could not win as the author recounts many other times he had difficulties in the past. What else he got into that he should not have you have to read for yourself to appreciate it. From school lunch menus that were changed to food substitutions and the lack of power drinks in the vending machines author Jeff Kinney covers just about everything kids complain about in school and at home. But, the big snowstorm has hit and what happens next will definitely explain the true meaning of Cabin Fever to the reader. But, first Greg complains about not being able to hit him mom for money although she does give him twenty for presents at holiday time. An original comic book he thinks is worth forty dollars. Should he trade it in to buy holiday gifts? Wait and see what he learns when he takes it to the comic shop. Poor Greg is not very enterprising and what he learns will definitely not endear his mother to him. But, she does bail in out in other ways and when they decide to create a video arcade for the holiday bazaar he comes up with some great ideas but the end result was not exactly what he would have expected as he creates his own newspaper to help promote the bazaar. What he does is ingenious but the Vice Principal of his school is less than enthused when he hands them out. School vandalism seemed to be running high and this is where Greg’s troubles really begin. Graffiti on the front of the school and sketch artists creating the pictures of the culprit that just might look familiar. What part did Greg and Rowley play? What did he do and would he get caught? Three feet of snow saved his life from having to confess what he did to his father. Imagine begin snowed in with your mom and two brothers and my Dad is the lucky one staying in a hotel. 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. But, there is more. Imagine this little kid figuring out my password so that I can’t play anymore and earn the points and the tokens back. What is to become of my virtual pet? A flood in the basement, Manny throwing tantrums, Greg playing brother, mother and father to him and Rodrick hiding out in the basement. Dad still at the hotel did not sound upset even when we told him what was happening with us. What happens next you will have to learn for yourself as Greg, Manny, Rodrick and their mom learn the true meaning of the words Cabin Fever and one young man learns the meaning of even more. Characters that are real life and a story that teaches children that sometimes you cannot take things fore granted and you have to deal with adversity and things as they come. Written in diary form each day of Greg’s experiences recorded and past events remembered. Can’t wait to see what happens next when and if the snow clears. Would you want to be stuck with nothing to do, low on food supplies, your two brothers, one upset mother who tries to entertain the troops and no where to turn? Read about what happens when Santa makes an unusual gift presentation to Greg and his family. Merry Christmas Greg: Santa: I am watching you! Fran Lewis: Reviewer

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jane

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Jeff Kinney has done it again. He has written and drawn another bestseller. In Cabin Fever, Greg is up to his usual antics, but the story is set up in such a way that readers have a rare opportunity to delve more deeply into Kinney's nuanced protagonist. Kinney's ability to realistically capture the art of storytelling from a kid's perspective is one of many reasons why all of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid books are so addicting. Greg is wimpy, selfish, (kind of) mean, and narrow-minded--traits that Jeff Kinney has done it again. He has written and drawn another bestseller. In Cabin Fever, Greg is up to his usual antics, but the story is set up in such a way that readers have a rare opportunity to delve more deeply into Kinney's nuanced protagonist. Kinney's ability to realistically capture the art of storytelling from a kid's perspective is one of many reasons why all of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid books are so addicting. Greg is wimpy, selfish, (kind of) mean, and narrow-minded--traits that shout out "AUTHENTICITY!" to Kinney's loyal preteen readers. People enjoy reading about Greg, a run-of-the-mill kid who is a just a tad too sharp for his own good. A far cry from a Mary Sue or a rebellious preteen flipping off the world, Greg is instead the kid who will beg his mom for extra time and money to provide for a digital pet, whine that the world isn't fair, sneak a peak (and some more) at his Christmas presents before the big day... and so on. In Cabin Fever, Kinney revisits all of the tried-and-true character traits responsible for skyrocketing this series to popularity. But this time around, Kinney doesn't stop there. Cabin Fever takes Greg's antics to the next level; Greg gets in over his head and has a run-in with the authorities. Unsurprisingly, everything happily works out in the end, but what makes Cabin Fever so memorable is how the story line offers readers a chance to see that Greg, for all of his silly, trouble-inducing antics and motivations, is really a good kid at heart. If you want to understand Greg--or rather, if you want to understand children--set aside the parenting magazines for the time being, and pick up this book. The way Jeff Kinney describes Greg Heffley is spot on for how it is with most kids, from the do-gooders to the trouble-makers. Cabin Fever once again reminds us why, despite all of the duplicate graphic novels out there trying to copy Kinney's style, Kinney remains the original bestseller. Cabin Fever had me lauging out loud from Page One. I highly recommend it to kids everywhere. For those grown-ups who can't be caught dead buying and reading a kid's book, I hope you have a sibling or child from whom you can bum the book off of because Cabin Fever is a MUST READ.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Noorain K

    I finished reading Jeff Kinney's Diary of a Wimpy Kid Cabin Fever. The summary of this book is that Greg Heffley damaged school property and Greg is the main suspect. Also the Heffley's get stuck indoors because of a terrible blizzard. I wouldn't want to be Greg. One reason I like Greg is because he is so humorous one good reason is when the gym teacher told Greg to do exercises at home instead he just used marker to make a six pack ,the next day at gym class these other kids did twelve pack som I finished reading Jeff Kinney's Diary of a Wimpy Kid Cabin Fever. The summary of this book is that Greg Heffley damaged school property and Greg is the main suspect. Also the Heffley's get stuck indoors because of a terrible blizzard. I wouldn't want to be Greg. One reason I like Greg is because he is so humorous one good reason is when the gym teacher told Greg to do exercises at home instead he just used marker to make a six pack ,the next day at gym class these other kids did twelve pack some did it on their chests. When the gym teacher figured out he made them do laps around the track then all the marker started to smear due to their sweat! My most favorite part is when the basement floods. They tried to use Manny's pails to take the water out, but it kept flooding also Greg's mom feels depressed because the family album is ruined it took her so long to make the photo album. Kinney really describes reaction in a really good way I have one reason it is when Greg comes home and forgets to wear his mask (he is a suspect he made green blobs on school property) so when the police come he let's out a shriek, and runs inside and locks the door but Rodrick opens the door Greg hides. Some ways I'm like Greg is I have an annoying sibling that teases me and bugs me another way I'm like Greg is when I was young I drank a lot of water. My thoughts to this book are I wouldn't want to be Greg it must be hard to not forget about the crime that he did on his school and it must be freezing cold when the power went out plus there was a blizzard I give this book 4 stars because it wasn't that funny but overall it is pretty good.

  28. 5 out of 5

    T.R. Graves

    I'll be honest...I can't give an real review on this or any of the other Diary of a Wimpy Kid books. What I can tell you is my seven year old son LOVES the books from this series enough to forego Wii, Xbox, baseball practice, and touch football while he reads through a new one for the first time. When I presented the Cabin Fever edition to him, he stared at it unbelievingly before wrapping his arms around my waste like I'd just handed him million dollars. I'm not sure what the attraction is, but I'll be honest...I can't give an real review on this or any of the other Diary of a Wimpy Kid books. What I can tell you is my seven year old son LOVES the books from this series enough to forego Wii, Xbox, baseball practice, and touch football while he reads through a new one for the first time. When I presented the Cabin Fever edition to him, he stared at it unbelievingly before wrapping his arms around my waste like I'd just handed him million dollars. I'm not sure what the attraction is, but whatever Jeff Kinney is doing it's the right thing as far as my son is concerned. I'm thankful for anyone and everyone who writes something that nutures the love of reading. Because I've seen the power of this series in action, I couldn't recommend it more highly. T. R. Graves, author

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ashlyn

    This is the book I read this month... Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Cabin Fever, By Jeff Kinney. This book is about 3 boys, they`re brothers. They barley ever get along. Greg always seems to be the unlucky one. I would recommend this book to someone who likes , funny books, and loves to make a prediction on whats going to happen next. The best part of this book is when Greg freaks out and thinks he`s going to be caught, for putting posters up on the school. After he put the posters up, it rained. The pos This is the book I read this month... Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Cabin Fever, By Jeff Kinney. This book is about 3 boys, they`re brothers. They barley ever get along. Greg always seems to be the unlucky one. I would recommend this book to someone who likes , funny books, and loves to make a prediction on whats going to happen next. The best part of this book is when Greg freaks out and thinks he`s going to be caught, for putting posters up on the school. After he put the posters up, it rained. The poster colour ran and there were big blobs of different colours all over the school. Greg and Rowley, try and scrub it off, doesn't work. They panic. Awhile after, they hear the principal coming. They sprinted away, finding somewhere to hide. I thought this was the best part because, I love there reaction. I think Greg is the most interesting caracter, because he`s never up to any good. He always gets blamed for a lot of things to do with his younger brother, Manny, and his older brother Rodrick. Greg is pretty interesting, and everything that happens he`s in it. If you read this, hope you enjoy! :)

  30. 4 out of 5

    Prashant

    This is the 6th book in the Wimpy Kid series. I liked this one a lot and I feel as if this is the best in the series but may be I am wrong here. This is because when I completed the 5th book in the series I had just got my box set delivered and it had only 5 books. So the fun of reading one after other was there but I was not enjoying the books much. As for this book, I had to order it separately and thus read this about 15 days after I read the last one. So enjoyed the reunion thoroughly(grin!) This is the 6th book in the Wimpy Kid series. I liked this one a lot and I feel as if this is the best in the series but may be I am wrong here. This is because when I completed the 5th book in the series I had just got my box set delivered and it had only 5 books. So the fun of reading one after other was there but I was not enjoying the books much. As for this book, I had to order it separately and thus read this about 15 days after I read the last one. So enjoyed the reunion thoroughly(grin!). As for the review I am just going to provide some teasers here because I see no point in revealing anything here. I really really think that I it would be much better to read it even if you are thinking of skipping the rest of the series. Some thoughts from Jeff "I know i need to eat healthier, but if you take fast food out of my diet I'm in big trouble, because i am something like 95% chicken nugget" "Mom always says I need to spend less time on the couch and more time being active. But, the way I see it, I'm just conserving my energy for later on. When all my friends are in their eighties and their bodies are broken down, I'll just be getting started." Classic stuff !!

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