The Third Wheel (Diary of a Wimpy Kid, #7) PDF Book by Jeff Kinney PDF ePub

The Third Wheel (Diary of a Wimpy Kid, #7)

by Jeff Kinney
4.21 • 63,467 votes • 3,051 reviews
Published 13 Nov 2012
The Third Wheel (Diary of a Wimpy Kid, #7).pdf
Format Hardcover
Pages224
Edition85
Publisher Amulet Books
ISBN 1419705849
ISBN139781419705847
Languageeng



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Love is in the air - but what does that mean for Greg Heffley?

A Valentine's Day dance at Greg's middle school has turned his world upside down. As Greg scrambles to find a date, he's worried he'll be left out in the cold on the big night. His best friend, Rowley, doesn't have any prospects either, but that's a small consolation.

An unexpected twist gives Greg a partner for the dance and leaves Rowley the odd man out. But a lot can happen in one night, and in the end, you never know who's going to be lucky in love.

The Third Wheel (Diary of a Wimpy Kid, #7) Reviews

Olivia
- Austin, TX
0
Sun, 13 Jan 2013

I am currently reading a book called The Third Wheel by Jeff Kiney. So far my favorite character is Manny, a.k.a 3 year old devil. I like Manny because he is so clever and I have never experienced a little brother. He gets Greg in trouble a lot and I feel bad for him. He does things that I would have never thought a 3 year old could do. If I could change one thing about Manny, I would change his social life skills, because he should have real friends, so that he doesn't bully Greg so much, that Greg's older brothers job, Rodrick. Now, an OLDER brother, i know what thats like, I have one myself. Anyway i really like Manny, but he sure is mean for a three year old.

Archit
- Raipur, India
5
Thu, 14 Jul 2016

AND I'm done!
A total riot.

This one, the seventh in the last 20 days says some things.
First : Jeff Kinney is a total ROCKSTAR . He has mastered the art of writing great episodes one after the other.
Second : I am a lifetime fan. No proofs needed.
Third : There's always something or the other thing trolling Greg. I can assure you that no square inch of the book turned out as boring. None.
Fourth : The third wheel or the stepney, your life never fails to get hold of the funny bone. May true love bless you in the future editions. *Amen*
Fifth : Uncle Gary is the star! A kickass character.
The chicken pox fear stifling Mr. Greg Heffley was represented like a pro. The end is hilariously fine tuned.
So fine tuned that you're just counting days for the next novel to hit the stores. Guess this is what will happen to me when my GR counter hits the 10th book of this series.
Love is surely in the air. Ummm...not in a way we see it the traditional sense though.
Now this is why I absolutely love this series. Who would have brought out the subject of being in your mother's womb and having to endure all those unintentional eavesdropping sessions of your parents. The representation and the cartoon play makes you roll up in the bundles.
Verdict : Diary of a Wimpy Kid, You Beauty !!

Aj the Ravenous Reader
3
Fri, 26 Feb 2016

So my husband and I visited my sister and her family and the first room I checked when we got there was my niece’s and of course the first thing I inspected was her bookshelf. She probably noticed me maliciously eyeing this one. Good, sensible eight year old handed it to me even before I could say a word. *wipes tears*
This is exactly what I needed after the heartbreak I went through with Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, a mindless, comic read. Greg tries his best to find a date for Valentine’s Day. It was a total disaster. There’s chicken pox, pantsing, a head stuck in a chair and many other messes involved. Wicked! *Stop intruding, Ron Weasley!*

Adam
- Austin, TX
5
Thu, 29 Nov 2012

I recently started reading this book and so far I really liked it when Greg was talking about his life in his mom's belly. He was doing backflips and summer salts while he was in her belly. I was also surprised to read that Greg's pacifier was a hand me down from his brother, Roderick, because that is just gross.
I think Greg feels lovestruck because whenever he is around this girl named Holly Hills, he acts like she's some kind of glistening rainbow. I was really excited when Greg asked Holly out but she said,"no." I hope Greg will find someone else other than Holly, who likes him for what he is, but I guess I have to read more to find out.
I just finished this book and I was suprised to find that Greg's best friend Rowly started to date Greg's dream girl, Holly, and Greg became the third wheel. I think Greg is mad at Rowly because he started dating Holly when he should have. If it were me, I would be mad for the same exact reason, and I would try to get back at Rowly.
I felt bad for Greg when he got the chicken pox because that is just bad luck when you are in the middle of trying to impress a girl. This book was really interesting and had lots of exciting and funny journeys with Greg,Holly,and Rowly being part of the picture. I can't wait to read the next book to see what happens.

Ashley ♡
5
Tue, 25 Sep 2012

I'm so exited for the book!
Update: Finished reading! It lasted me two days. Thank you Ryan for checking it out from the libary for me!!! (Little brother)

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