Plot[ edit ] At the start of the book, Greg explains how bad his summer vacation was in which after being signed up with the swim team without his consent, he had to deal with practice at 7: After Rodrick puts him in the back of his van and finds every speed bump in the town, he drops Greg off to school but Greg finds out he still has the Cheese Touch from last year.
Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Yes Sorry, something has gone wrong. Greg Heffley is entering seventh grade.
Greg and his friend Rowley are "undersized weaklings" in their school, hoping simply to just survive, but Greg starts having trouble at home, especially since his mom, Susan initiates a "swear jar" that complicates matters when she gives all the money in the jar to Manny, Greg's younger brother.
Susan also initiates the "Mom Bucks" program. Mom Bucks is a system in which they earn play money by doing extra chores and they can cash it in for real money, each worth one cent to Greg's dismayor getting out of doing chores.
The program runs into problems when Rodrick takes all of Greg's Mom Bucks to get his poorly written history paper to turn in after the worst case scenario happens. Susan also causes more problems when she bans junk food in the house. Greg also tries every attempt to impress his crush, Holly Hills.
Greg is forced to use whatever means he can to cover this up to avoid getting in trouble. Greg Heffley is just trying to put the summer and its events behind him.
It would be a lot easier if his mean older brother Rodrick didn't know his darkest secret. All Greg has to do is keep Rodrick quiet and keep his journal out of Rodrick's hands and everything should be OK, well not OK, but tolerable. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules is the same as the first book.
The Story Middle schooler Greg Heffley's diary starts with summer and the misery of being on the swim team his father's idea. His friend Rowley has gone on another exciting vacation that Greg doesn't want to hear about.
His little brother, Manny, and his parents are still tending to drive him crazy. However, Greg's biggest problem is his big brother, Rodrick. Ultimately, the secret gets out. Despite all the teasing that goes on between Greg and his brother, they still care for one another.
By the book's end, when push comes to shove, Greg has set aside his animosity and tries to help Rodrick when he needs it.Do you really want to delete this prezi? Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.
Delete Cancel. This time he is back in the second Diary of a Wimpy Kid book with more jokes, stories and Greg's fabulous cartoons filled with humour. But you'd better be careful which page you touch as Greg still has the lurgy of the cheese touch!
Greg's older brother Rodrick now knows two of Greg's biggest secrets. One, is the existence of his diary. RODRICK RULES the sequel to the New York Times bestseller DIARY OF A WIMPY KID is another enjoyable saga in Greg's life, which will make readers of all ages laugh out loud at his escapades, along with the tweaked and quirky family relationships.
so greg and rodrick could spend some time together. mom was paying rodrick. Greg wanted him to. Rodrick was helping Greg avoid bullys.
The story I am doing my book report on is Diary of a Wimpy Kid Rodrik Rules. This was written by Kinney Jeff. The main characters in this book are Rodrik, Greg, Manny, and Rowley/5(). Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules is the second book in the popular series. The same tweens who made Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney a bestseller wanted more.
They got it with the second book in the very funny Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules.