Diary of a Wimpy Kid #10: Old School

Eeek. No mobiles, tablets or gadgets. It’s like a disaster movie. How will Greg survive? (Errr… read a great book like this one?) Welcome to a vision of doom. Greg’s future, that is. HIS WHOLE TOWN IS GOING BACK TO THE STONE AGE! Yup: that’s right. Some boring old fossils in Greg’s town insist that life was better in the old days. Full of yawnsome peace and quiet. So the whole town has dumped electronics. That’s right – they’ve totally unplugged! Cheeeeers, folks! But the Wimpy Kid isn’t the only gloomy one. As the town powers down, tensions rack up. Why? Because life without gadgets isn’t for wimps (or normal people). It’s for dinosaurs.

  • Tenth in Jeff Kinney’s bestselling series
  • Read it first with this must-have hardback
  • Bursting with the Wimpy Kid’s hallmark humour
  • Incredible cartoon artwork all the way through

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  • Great for 7-8 year olds

    7 June 2016

  • loved it

    This book is really funny! It’s in the series of wimpy kid books :)

    17 May 2016

  • loved it

    I really enjoyed reading this book because it had lots of new characters such as; Silas Scratch who was a rumour and everyone was scared if him and believed he ate children on trips to Hardscrabble Farms (School Trip location)

    I rate this book 5 stars

    1 March 2016

  • loved it

    It was compulsive to put this book down, because it was so intoxicating, enthralling me with it’s comedian hilarity. Well done, Jeff Kinney!

    17 January 2016

  • This book was hilarious.It was about a boy called greg who has two other brothers.

    21 December 2015

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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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