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Diari del Greg 3. Això és massa!: No faig ni brot ... però pringo com sempre

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Val més que diguem les coses pel seu nom: el Greg Heffley no canviarà mai i sempre serà un pringat total. I algú hauria d'explicar-ho al seu pare. Per que sabeu què passa? Al  Frank Heffley se li ha posat al cap convertir el seu fill en un homenet i per això l'apunta a tota mena d'activitats físiques i coses de nois.Ja us podeu imaginar que el Greg se les empesca totes per Val més que diguem les coses pel seu nom: el Greg Heffley no canviarà mai i sempre serà un pringat total. I algú hauria d'explicar-ho al seu pare. Per que sabeu què passa? Al  Frank Heffley se li ha posat al cap convertir el seu fill en un homenet i per això l'apunta a tota mena d'activitats físiques i coses de nois.Ja us podeu imaginar que el Greg se les empesca totes per despistar el seu pare. Però malgrat tot, quan li diu que el pensa enviar a l'acadèmia militar, el Greg s'adona que, o s'espavila tot solet...o l'espavilaran de valent!Altres llibres de la col·lecció aquí


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Val més que diguem les coses pel seu nom: el Greg Heffley no canviarà mai i sempre serà un pringat total. I algú hauria d'explicar-ho al seu pare. Per que sabeu què passa? Al  Frank Heffley se li ha posat al cap convertir el seu fill en un homenet i per això l'apunta a tota mena d'activitats físiques i coses de nois.Ja us podeu imaginar que el Greg se les empesca totes per Val més que diguem les coses pel seu nom: el Greg Heffley no canviarà mai i sempre serà un pringat total. I algú hauria d'explicar-ho al seu pare. Per que sabeu què passa? Al  Frank Heffley se li ha posat al cap convertir el seu fill en un homenet i per això l'apunta a tota mena d'activitats físiques i coses de nois.Ja us podeu imaginar que el Greg se les empesca totes per despistar el seu pare. Però malgrat tot, quan li diu que el pensa enviar a l'acadèmia militar, el Greg s'adona que, o s'espavila tot solet...o l'espavilaran de valent!Altres llibres de la col·lecció aquí

30 review for Diari del Greg 3. Això és massa!: No faig ni brot ... però pringo com sempre

  1. 5 out of 5

    Trapper

    i want to read this book soooooooooooooo bad because the first 2 were pretty funny. i cant wait!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    I never tire of this series. I just think the humor is so right on! I read often that the book appeals to reluctant readers and I would seriously challenge that. It appeals to ALL readers in fifth grade. Let's face it, we were all a "Greg Heffley" in fifth grade. Unless of course you were a "Rowley" in which case, I am very sorry. There was a part that had me seriously laughing so hard. (I am not giving anything away here, it will just be much funnier when you read it yourself) Greg had gone to I never tire of this series. I just think the humor is so right on! I read often that the book appeals to reluctant readers and I would seriously challenge that. It appeals to ALL readers in fifth grade. Let's face it, we were all a "Greg Heffley" in fifth grade. Unless of course you were a "Rowley" in which case, I am very sorry. There was a part that had me seriously laughing so hard. (I am not giving anything away here, it will just be much funnier when you read it yourself) Greg had gone to a sleep-over with Rowley. The sleep-over was at a friend of Rowley's house. If you know Rowley, you will know he has many "friends" who are not his age equivalent, but his mental equivalent. Greg said at one point the kids at the party suggested playing a game called "Who Licked Me?" I mean come on... that is funny. -- Okay, maybe in a slightly less mature world. I suspect my students will soon be calling each other "Ploopy" just as they were all giving the "Cheese Touch." One of my favorite story lines in the book was about Manny's "Tingy." Can't decide if "Ploopy" is a compliment or not? Don't know what a "Tingy" is? Well, I guess you'll have to pick up the book.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    The wimpy kid books never fail to make me laugh. Kinney has a great sense of comic timing in these books and the pictures really do make the story what it is. What bothers me about these books is the main character's attitude and the way he treats others. I hope that kids see that the reason Greg gets himself into trouble all the time is because of his attitude. Instead of looking up to him, it's my hope that kids who read this book say, "Man, if Greg just treated people with a little The wimpy kid books never fail to make me laugh. Kinney has a great sense of comic timing in these books and the pictures really do make the story what it is. What bothers me about these books is the main character's attitude and the way he treats others. I hope that kids see that the reason Greg gets himself into trouble all the time is because of his attitude. Instead of looking up to him, it's my hope that kids who read this book say, "Man, if Greg just treated people with a little more respect then maybe he wouldn't always get himself into these bad situations." I've said it in other reviews of these books before, but I'll say it again: I don't think Greg's physique is wimpy; I think his character is.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Namratha

    Every once in a while you need a break from wizard boys, sparkling vampires, conspiracy theories, go-nowhere love stories, end-of-the-world page turners and the never ending stream of parallel worlds. Every once in a while you need to forget that you are a full-blown adult whose literary tastes are mature and discerning and who, to put it mildly is a bit up-yourself. Every once in a while, you need to escape into the world of a Wimpy middle-school Kid who is high on smarts and low on luck.

  5. 5 out of 5

    ➹ƓℛἎℂℰ⚡

    3.5 stars! Poor Greg has a tough time in this one. I found this book funnier than the last one, though I can't remember since I read it a long time ago. It took me 4 days to complete this book, thanks to my busy life. But I'm glad I picked it up, as I was actually able to finish it. A hilarious short read(with cartoons, of course!). Definitely recommended for humour lovers.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Archit Ojha

    If you've enjoyed Diary of a Wimpy Kid #1, you should definitely follow the series because it keeps getting hilarious with each installment.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mariℓina

    3,5 Stars. I read this one, with my nine-year-old brother. He is such a big fan of the series and i always enjoy reading by his side. This series is a highly entertaining collection of books that offer much laugh, but notably not much, educationally speaking. That is not such a big deal, if you kn 3,5 Stars. I read this one, with my nine-year-old brother. He is such a big fan of the series and i always enjoy reading by his side. This series is a highly entertaining collection of books that offer much laugh, but notably not much, educationally speaking. That is not such a big deal, if you know exactly why you are reading a book. There are not all of them about inspiration and highly profound meanings. Some plain, simple fun is well needed too, and those books will provide just that. Maybe if you give it some thought, though, you might come to the conclussion and form a more complex idea, that those books are a rough guide of what not to do if you are a boy that age. Now that is highly pedagogic. So i had a good time reading it, i chuckled and rolled my eyes in the stupidity that still torments Greg and it was all ok.. THOUGHTS ABOUT THE BOOK - I don't like his parents.. - The jovial plot is always a plus. - My brother loved it. - It was very enjoyable and fun, easy to read. - I like the cartoon style so much.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nandakishore Varma

    Greg Heffley continues with his hilarious journal. It seems that he has now become accustomed to writing it, because there are no gripes about that in this book. Or maybe it is because he has much more serious things to worry about... like the school soccer team and military school. Dad is determined to make a man out of Greg. Greg is quite happy to stay a wimp, playing with the latest video games and trying to impress the beautiful Holly Hills. However, being the kind of person he is Greg Heffley continues with his hilarious journal. It seems that he has now become accustomed to writing it, because there are no gripes about that in this book. Or maybe it is because he has much more serious things to worry about... like the school soccer team and military school. Dad is determined to make a man out of Greg. Greg is quite happy to stay a wimp, playing with the latest video games and trying to impress the beautiful Holly Hills. However, being the kind of person he is, Greg finds it difficult to attack the problem outright. The only method open to him is subterfuge. Two-thirds of the book recounts Greg's ineffectual attempts to get out of the soccer team and his equally ineffectual attempts to befriend Holly Hills. He uses Rowley quite shamelessly whenever he feels it would give him an advantage: however, Rowley almost always comes out on top without even trying! We cannot blame Greg for feeling that life is unfair to him. Towards the last third, soccer moves to the backstage as military school moves into the limelight. Dad sees the wonders it has done for teenage troublemaker in the neighbourhood: if it can work so well on a hooligan, what will it not do for a good boy? Greg is in immediate danger of being sent to boot camp for his summer holidays. None of his stratagems, like joining the Boy Scouts, seems to have any effect in forestalling the inevitable... However, fate takes a hand, and Greg escapes by a hair's breadth. How that happens is narrated in his own inimitable way by Jeff Kinney, and is the highlight of the book. It is guaranteed to leave you in stitches. In this novel, we see Greg slowly forming a bond with his Dad, who we find is not very different from his son. It is quite possible that Greg will grow up to be just like his father. And for a change, the novel ends on a happy note, because Greg has run out of pages immediately after being befriended by the gorgeous Trista, the new girl in the neighbourhood. And we are also happy, because despite all his cowardly traits, Greg Heffley is a lovable kid. As humorous and warm as the first two books: highly recommended.

  9. 5 out of 5

    George Jankovic

    Greg, the main character of this incredibly funny series, is a middle schooler whose universe revolves around him. He was quite selfish in the first two books. But that was nothing. Greg is reaching the pinnacle of selfishness in this book. He always has an idea how to benefit himself even if it hurts someone else inclusing his best friend or family members. But there still is karma in the world (Greg doesn't know about it). This might be the funniest book in the series so far. Loved it!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Xu

    This was my first trip into this series, I think this book was clever being the first of its kind, but I think overall this book has a lot of problems. For example, the biggest I have with this book is that is gives more reasons for kids today to not read a real book, a chapter book with no pictures. Second the main character, Greg, I like the kid who plays him in the movie, but in the book I find him to a self centered, self fish, most of all lazy kid who takes advantage of his best friend, Row This was my first trip into this series, I think this book was clever being the first of its kind, but I think overall this book has a lot of problems. For example, the biggest I have with this book is that is gives more reasons for kids today to not read a real book, a chapter book with no pictures. Second the main character, Greg, I like the kid who plays him in the movie, but in the book I find him to a self centered, self fish, most of all lazy kid who takes advantage of his best friend, Rowley just because he is a little slow. It reminds me of two friends I knew in high school.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Hiba Arrame

    Meh! Not bad, I always get through these real quick, but it wasn't funny or anything, and Greg really gets on my nerves sometimes. Especially when it comes to how he treats Rowley.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    I heard about this series from NPR and decided to get the first one for my boy. I'm glad I got it. It's honest, clever, funny, and sweet without being nauseatingly so. I understand the character and his "uniquenesses". He reminds me of Charlie Brown except for one major difference. The main character accepts himself without all the self depricating self-analyzation. "I am the best person I have ever known." I love nerds.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lori

    Typical mayhem ensues, Gregory and Rodrick and the rest of the Heffley family yuck it up as the "wimpy kid" continues to behave in the same self-serving manners which could possibly land him in military school. I think this is a cute series, just right for my oldest sons age group. Not only is it funny, but at times we find ourselves stopping and discussing what a spoiled rotten kid Greg is!!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Aj the Ravenous Reader

    Fun and easy read, entertaining and light- it's a book you can take not too seriously. It's something you can rely on during quick breaks or waiting for a ride.

  15. 4 out of 5

    [Shai] Bibliophage

    Actual rating: 4.5 (round off to 5) I was torn between giving this 4 and 5 stars so I thought I just rate it in between. I like this series but this particular installment didn't make me burst out laughing, unlike the first two books. This issue tackles Greg's being wimpy in sports and being not man enough so I can't relate that much. Maybe male readers and followers of this series could appreciate this 3rd book.

  16. 5 out of 5

    nicole

    DEEEELIGHTFUL. Favorite parts: Shel Silverstein boogeyman (amazing), hiding-under-the-blanket-next-to-his-dad-when-the-phone-rings (so easy to picture actually happening, so dumb, so annoying, so funny), and the image of Greg in his glasses, Rowley in his ...spaceman suit? and Mrs. Heffley in the front seat of the car. Kids are so ridiculous, and their parents just let 'em be.

  17. 4 out of 5

    S.Baqer Al-Meshqab

    I shall write a comprehensive review for all books upon completion of the series.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Connor Southern

    Diary of a Wimpy kid The Last Straw:I learned that if you're going to stand over a vent with a robe on, lock the door.Never burry money in a time capsle.And never go to a sleepover with a friends kerate classmates.The main character is Greg Hefley,a boy that is writing in a diary/journal and tells all about his life in words and pictures.His big brother Rodrick is always torchering Greg by hiding all of the phones when Greg needs to make a call.His little brother Many always drives Greg crazy by Diary of a Wimpy kid The Last Straw:I learned that if you're going to stand over a vent with a robe on, lock the door.Never burry money in a time capsle.And never go to a sleepover with a friends kerate classmates.The main character is Greg Hefley,a boy that is writing in a diary/journal and tells all about his life in words and pictures.His big brother Rodrick is always torchering Greg by hiding all of the phones when Greg needs to make a call.His little brother Many always drives Greg crazy by getting away with stuff that when Greg was his age, he wouldn't have been able to get away with.To find out more read Diary of a Wimpy kid The Last Straw.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    These books are just so hilariously honest. Greg is kind of horrible, but so is everyone around him. Really loved the fake swear words in this one: Plastic raspberry tickle bear!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Fizzgig76

    Greg Heffley and his family are back and Greg is trying to get up the courage to ask out a girl while trying to keep himself out of military school. The new Wimpy Kid is enjoyable and more of the same. That isn't a bad thing, but it would have been nice have more of an explosive ending like the others. The part about Shel Silverstein made me laugh because I remember thinking the same thing from his picture on the back of Where the Sidewalk Ends.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Shayantani

    Goodness! I have been chanting for sooo long that I will write all my pending reviews after exam. But I just can not stop devouring books!!! It feels so good to just hold the novels in my hand and not inside a textbook in a respectable time of the day unlike 2 in the night. Plus, I hate having unread books in my shelf. It feels so good to see its size depleting. Arghh, okay, I promise, 3 days of wild, carnal book reading marathon and then I am done.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kata Bel Air

    I was surprised to find out that this book was not nearly as good as the first two Diary of a Wimpy Kid books. I did not enjoy as much as the other two because the humor that kept me hooked was almost completely gone and the book was more focused on getting the attention of a girl. i hope the next book will be better.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Thar Lun Myat

    This book is the the 3rd book that Jeff Kinney wrote in all his "Diary of a Wimpy Kid"s . It's actually more interesting than the first 2. Greg was finally planning what to do in his summer holiday because summer is in the next 5 weeks. All he plans to do mainly is to play the game "Twisted Wizard 2" and get close to a girl named Holly Elizabeth Hills. But his dad, Frank Heffley, heard the rumors about his plans and didn't appreciate it. He told Greg that he needed to be more strong like the oth This book is the the 3rd book that Jeff Kinney wrote in all his "Diary of a Wimpy Kid"s . It's actually more interesting than the first 2. Greg was finally planning what to do in his summer holiday because summer is in the next 5 weeks. All he plans to do mainly is to play the game "Twisted Wizard 2" and get close to a girl named Holly Elizabeth Hills. But his dad, Frank Heffley, heard the rumors about his plans and didn't appreciate it. He told Greg that he needed to be more strong like the others in the neighborhood so Frank is going to send him to a military school called "Spag Union". Greg needs to convince his dad by coming up with a way that would make his dad impressed or....... He only have another choice: Get exhausted to death by doing push ups!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jason

    This instalment in the series wasn't particularly great, nothing new all very similar to the previous books. What happens in this one, Greg avoids doing laundry, Greg fancies a girl, Greg is rude, Greg is mean, Greg doesn't learn any lessons but all works out in the end. Warning, this book does feature the word Ploopy....thought I'd mention it incase you are crazy easily offended. My daughter really enjoyed this one though. Don't think many parents are going to g This instalment in the series wasn't particularly great, nothing new all very similar to the previous books. What happens in this one, Greg avoids doing laundry, Greg fancies a girl, Greg is rude, Greg is mean, Greg doesn't learn any lessons but all works out in the end. Warning, this book does feature the word Ploopy....thought I'd mention it incase you are crazy easily offended. My daughter really enjoyed this one though. Don't think many parents are going to get much out of it.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Edward Ledesma

    Diary of a wimpy kid was about a boy named Greg Heffley that has the worst life.First he makes a new year resolution but it doesn't work out.Then he has to join a soccer team but he really is bad at it so his dad makes go to a boot camp for all of summer so he wants to make the most of the time he has.I like this book because it gives a lot of detail and fells like your really there in the book.I would recommend this book who like to laugh at people.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Malbadeen

    My son recommended these books to me. My son is 9. My son has been surfing with his dad in San Diego for a week and a half now. When I finished the 2nd book I called and him told my favorite part was when the grandpa handed Greg his false teeth. My son cracked up and said that was his favorite part too. I miss my son so friggen much I feel like crying!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Pradnya K.

    As usual, hilarious and fun to tread through. Read mostly on office commutes, and wow! the days went full of fun.. Pick it up if haven't read already..

  28. 4 out of 5

    Colleen Houck

    I giggled several times. Trying to hurry up and finish my Jeff Kinney signed collection before Christmas so I can gift it to my nephew. What is better to give than the gift of giggles?

  29. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    Nice childrens book with cute illustrations and super easy to read.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Asmaa

    It is not easy for me to think of ways to improve my self, because I am already pretty much one of the best people I know 😂😂

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