Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Hard Luck

Greg’s luck is out – but yours is definitely in. Yes, the year’s hottest read has arrived! It’s book eight in the mega-selling series, and the laughs are piled high as our favourite wimp finds himself on a losing streak. He’s got no mates, no girlfriend; nothing but bad luck. Can a roll of the dice turn things around? It’s the funniest book of the year – and now you can get your mitts on it. Don’t be the only wimpy kid without your own copy!

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  • loved it

    This book is absolutely amazing… It is about a boy named Greg trying to get through the life of a teenage boy. Rowley finds a girlfriend… but does the girl really like Rowley? Will he still be able to keep his friendship with Greg? I give it a 5-star rating!!

    2 February 2016

  • loved it

    I LOVE THIS BOOK ALL BOOKS AT HOME LOL ROWLEY I LOVE IT

    27 February 2015

  • loved it

    amazing!

    2 February 2015

  • liked it

    This is a great book even though it says 9+ it should be 7+ Suitable for all ages

    I am a BOOKWORM LOL

    20 December 2014

  • loved it

    I really enjoyed reading this funny novel. Once again, Jeff Kinney has plotted a twist within the storyboard. Broken friendship. Drama. No-more friends?.Alone.Nobody. Like all the books, there is always a happy ending, but if you want to solve the mystery of what happened, I urge you to purchase this book!

    18 December 2014

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    Jeff Kinney

    Jeff Kinney is author of the hugely popular Wimpy Kid books.

    Awards

    Diary of a Wimpy Kid was named Best Book of the Last Ten Years at the 2012 Blue Peter Book Awards.

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