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Revue de presse

The world has gone crazy for Jeff Kinney's Diary of a Wimpy Kid series (Sun)

Kinney is right up there with J K Rowling as one of the bestselling children's authors on the planet (Independent)

Hilarious! (Sunday Telegraph)

The most hotly anticipated children's book of the year is here - Diary of a Wimpy Kid (The Big Issue) --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

Biographie de l'auteur

As well as being an international bestselling author, Jeff Kinney is also an online developer and designer. He is the creator of the children's virtual world, poptropica. He was named one of Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People in 2009. He lives with his family in Massachusetts, USA. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

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  • Broché: 224 pages
  • Editeur : Harry N. Abrams (1 juin 2011)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1419700359
  • ISBN-13: 978-1419700354
  • Dimensions du produit: 14 x 1,6 x 20,3 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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Jeff Kinney est concepteur et réalisateur de jeux en ligne. En 1998, il commence à crayonner un personnage qui verra le jour sur le web, 6 ans plus tard. Quelques 50 millions de visiteurs après (100 000 connexions par jour), l'éditeur Abrams décide de le publier en ouvrage « papier », avec grand succès.

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Par Aurelie83 sur 17 septembre 2014
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Comme tous les livres de la série, ce livre est très drôle aussi bien pour les jeunes que pour les adultes. On prend un vrai plaisir à suivre la vie de ce jeune garçon.
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Hints at the ugly side of growing up, AND verifed laugh-out loud funny. 10 novembre 2010
Par Amy Tiemann - Publié sur
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I wish there was a separate forum for reviewing Amazon's customer service, because it's really not fair for an author to collect ten one-star reviews on its release date because people are upset that Amazon failed to deliver the book to them on time. I suppose a best-selling author like Jeff Kinney will survive, but it's still truly unfair to him. These reviews persist forever and they're supposed to be about the book.

So, on to the book! "The Ugly Truth" was laugh-out loud funny. My middle-schooler called out from the next room many times to get my attention to read the funny parts out loud to me. After she finished, I read the whole book myself before she scooped it up again to share with friends at school.

It's refreshing to finally see a comic character grow up because let's face it, puberty isn't pretty, but it is funny. Our Wimpy Kid Greg finally realizes that he is no longer a cute little kid. Now he's finding out the top secrets about puberty (which Rowley hopes not to "catch") in boys-only health class. Going to the harsh grown up dentist instead of the cuddly kids' version, Greg ends up with not only the fear of gingivitis instilled in him, but even worse, HEADGEAR. My favorite scene was the school "lock-in" that went awry in so many ways. I won't spoil the main silliness but the only way the teachers can think of to get the boys to settle down is to turn the heat off and air conditioning on so that they have to stay in their sleeping bags. Meanwhile, the girls are living the sweet life in the heated library media room.

Rowley and Greg were kept apart for much of the book, but their on-and-off friendship, and the attempts by Rowley's parents to find a more mentoring "pal" to replace Greg, were understandable, and funny.

The extended Heffley family factors into the book, featuring Greg's Uncle Gary as a much-married, possibly future version of Greg. Gary is half cautionary tale, half inspiration--in Greg's mind, compared to Greg's parents, Gary seems to be having much more fun.

I was disappointed that the Heffley boys couldn't get it together enough for their Mom to keep up her renewed school studies...that was truly a bummer. Kinney includes a few digs at helicopter parents throughout the book. I hope in the next sequel their Mom will get to stay in school.

Kids will find this book hilarious, and as an adult reader I have to applaud the little details that Kinney comes up with, such as the health teacher's unfeeling reaction to the girls who have lovingly cared for the eggs that they have to protect as though they were babies; and many small touches like Greg's hope that inheriting a textbook from a cool kid will magically make him cool too.

As an author covering middle-school mayhem, he's not just coasting--Jeff Kinney still has his touch!
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Teacher Beware 24 novembre 2010
Par Rachael M. Robbins - Publié sur
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I teach 4th grade and the Diary of a Wimpy Kid books are a perennial favorite. I've read all of the books and have had them readily available in my classroom. My students were practically salivating as they awaited the arrival of this book.

I read it. I enjoyed it and thought it was humorous. If I taught middle school or MAYBE even 5th grade, I would highly recommend it. However, I am really struggling with whether or not to include it in my classroom library. As other reviewers have said, kids who don't like to read devour each and every one of these books. My students beg me to make them available. However, the puberty theme gives me pause. For most kids and their parents, I don't think there's an issue. However, I can see this series opening a can of worms with "that one parent". Even in our society where kids grow up so much faster than we did and are more savvy, not all kids are. In middle school, these issues are happening, whether parents want to face them or not. In 4th grade... I'm not sure if I feel comfortable making that call.
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Student Review by Charlie 1 décembre 2010
L'évaluation d'un enfant - Publié sur
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I really like the book The Ugly Truth by Jeff Kinney because it had a lot of funny comics. One of my favorite parts was The Lock In because it ended up with Greg and Rowley together when they weren't even friends. My Mom was happy for me to get the book so I would read. She knows that these books are the only books I really read. I would recommend this to anybody who wants a good laugh and wants to read a book with a lot of pages but is easy to read.
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My son loved it! 18 novembre 2010
Par Kris2230 - Publié sur
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Let me start by saying, my just turned 9 year old does not like to read. He reads because he has to at school or because I tell him to. He doesn't enjoy it. He bought this book yesterday at the book fair. He read during silent reading time at school. He read on the bus. He read all evening. I heard him laughing out loud a bunch of times. He finished it last night before he went to bed! He even asked to spend part of his birthday money on the first 4 books today at the book fair!! Finally books that make him actually WANT to read!
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Definitely worth your time! 27 décembre 2010
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This book was very exciting. Although when compared to the other books in the series, I do not think it is as good. I didn't think the ending was acceptable; it kind of just ended. I think it should have gone on past where it ended. Although some things are bad about the book, more are good. While it is predictable, the humor is good and the idea of the book was intelligent. It is different from the others because Greg is going through new "changes."

His ex-best friend, Rowley, who Greg thinks is childish and a loner; beats him to these changes. Near the end the two of them become best friends again. It was easy to guess this would happen. You'll have to read it to find out how. So I'm saying it is a good book and I hope Jeff Kinney will add to the series shortly(CAN'T WAIT!) Hope this review helped your decision!
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