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Brownies, why not take part in our book club? Each month, we review a
book. Sometimes they are new books and
sometimes they are old classics that you'll
find in your school library. Read them and
tell us what you think.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Ugly Truth
The Ugly Truth is the
fifth book in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid
series. Disaster strikes when Greg loses his
best friend Rowley (Rowley has a new
friend). The book follows Greg's quest to
become more popular, his battles with lazy
maids and rotten dentists, nearly freezing
at the school slumber party and the pain of
having to attend family get-togethers with
humour and hilarity.
Anna, the Brownie Book Club Editor, thinks
Greg is a great character. He always seems to over-think everything and his imagination runs away with him all the time. Sometimes that makes it difficult for other people to believe him when he's actually right about something, though... A really funny read!
Anna liked it! She rated
I love Diary of a Wimpy Kid books, I've read them all.
I think they're so funny. I just happened to read the book this morning.
I love the plot of the story growing up.
And the wedding - so good!
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Meadow, aged nine, thinks
I have read Diary of a Wimpy kid : The ugly truth and I LOVED it. I would so recommend it!
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Aimee, aged eight, thinks
The Ugly Truth is a really good, actually no, a great book! Greg is an absolutely bonkers character! I love it! There is one word to describe this book - awesome!
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Georgia, aged nine, thinks
The characters will really make you laugh with the funny things they say. Greg is definitely my favourite character.
The pictures and speech bubbles really bring the story to life.
If you like this book, I would definitely recommend Dog Days to you.