Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid: Rowley Jefferson's Journal
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Once again, Rowley wants to just read the chapter, but Greg suggests that they each read half of it, and team up during the test. They try to sit apart at a desk with dividers, but Rowley's studying is interrupted by Greg asking maths questions, then asking more silly questions like if Rowley was embarrassed that he wet his bed, and eventually making rude drawings of each other. This may be due to an editing conflict or a large influx of vandalism or spam that may result from being a highly visited page. Rowley and his family had gone to stay in Bampy's old cabin in the woods, and after a hike, Rowley's father told him to take a shower. This book shows Greg's negative traits a lot more deeply and clearly, which caused many fans to criticize Greg's behavior in this book.
Thankfully, Susan suggests that they should spend time apart for a while, which Rowley is happy with.
This book contains multiple recycled storylines and jokes from other Diary of a Wimpy Kid-related media. Unlike the main-series books, which are written from the perspective of Greg Heffley, Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid is written from the perspective of Greg's best friend, Robert Jefferson, acting as Greg's biographer. This book and the first Diary of a Wimpy Kid book have pictures of Rowley making a knock-knock joke to Greg. yr old son loved wimpy kid books so was delighted when this came out he read in 1 day😊do be careful there is another book exactly the same but with a white cover. Beck clarifies her suspicions that the two's papers look identical, and shows that Greg copied everything on Rowley's paper.
However, because of the force field, Rowley can't go to use the toilet, and a mug on Greg's nighttable gets swiped by Greg, because of his invisible gadgetry, which makes it nearly impossible for Rowley to use the toilet without the risk of getting zapped, or even sneaking past Greg. Furious with her son's treachery, Susan announces that Greg will have to give up one toy of his to Rowley as payback. The fight leads to Intergalactic combining his powers to destroy Amazing, but he gets comeuppance when Amazing vaporizes him with his kindness.As avid fans of the "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" series, my son and I were ecstatic to dive into the world of Rowley Jefferson through "Awesome Friendly Kid: Rowley Jefferson's Journal. Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid: Rowley Jefferson's Journal is a spin-off of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series by Jeff Kinney. The next day, Greg antagonizes Rowley by telling him to "pay" for everything that he does in his household, even though Rowley justifies that he's his guest and should be treated as special.
Rowley tries to sit elsewhere, but has to run away after a person accidentally falls after Greg tied his shoelaces together, thinking it was Rowley. In the next chapter, Greg and Rowley are playing vikings and ninjas in the woods during an evening, but some teenagers mock them and ruin their fun. Greg decides to just take another break, playing video games on the library computer, but they are stopped by the librarian, because they were making too much noise.Frank shows up, looking furious, and they are soon told to sleep in Greg's room; while there, Susan admonishes the boys for sneaking out. At this point, Rowley rightfully thinks this is cheating, which results in Greg teasing Rowley for being in love with their teacher Ms. He then gets Rowley into looking at his book, which leads to Greg closing the book on Rowley's face, as payback for when Greg fell into the puddle from earlier. Rowley complies, and changes the title of his diary from Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid to Diary of Greg Heffley by Greg Heffley's Best Friend Rowley Jefferson.