Diary of A Wimpy Kid
Dog DaysBook - 2009
From Library Staff
In Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days, Greg Heffley is back, and this time he devises a plan to keep himself away from this season’s dog days: by pretending to work at a rich country club.
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“If there's one thing I learned from Rodrick, it's to set people's expectations real low so you end up surprising them by practically doing nothing at all.”
Me and Dad might not agree on everything, but at least we agree on the important stuff.
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it was Greg's birthday and he was not happey because his mother invite many people on his birthday. his fathers brothers dog ate half of the cake and greg was upset on that.
when its summer and Greg Heffley is in his house playing games and there are like no rules to him.But then family has like a togetherness.And Greg went to a vocation with Rowley and his family.
Greg's family has cut back on vacations and day trips to save money, so his summer fun is limited. Summer vacation finds the main character, Greg, happy to be inside playing video games. His mother has other ideas, and starts a book club. Greg also gets to go to the country club with his best friend Rowley -- until they run up a bill of $83 for smoothies that Greg thought were free. Greg gets a job to pay the money back, and his scheme to mow lawns goes about as well as his other plans often do. So his birthday money will have to pay the bill instead of buy him the dog he wants, or so he thinks.
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