Old School (Diary of a Wimpy Kid, #10)by Published 03 Nov 2015
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Life was better in the old days. Or was it?
That’s the question Greg Heffley is asking as his town voluntarily unplugs and goes electronics-free. But modern life has its conveniences, and Greg isn’t cut out for an old-fashioned world.
With tension building inside and outside the Heffley home, will Greg find a way to survive? Or is going “old school” just too hard for a kid like Greg?
Old School (Diary of a Wimpy Kid, #10) Reviews
the worst in the whole series. I hardly find humor in this one. I haven't understand why Jeff didn't use Manny properly . he is one of the main source of laughter. it's a disappointment for me.
3.5 stars actually!!
It Was fun!! Of course it was fun. But it was not just laugh out loud fun like the previous ones!!
Here Jeff tried to show how much obsessed has greg's generation(!) become with technologies :p so he put our poor greg into some less modern situations and lead him to do some camping. And what happened afterwards it, was not greg's fault believe me ! He was just being himself :)
Expected a bit more fun and a tiny bit more maturity from Greg. :) I think its finally time to say goodbye to Greg, think about it Mr. Kinney..
I CANT EVEN READ IT
This is my favorite cover of the series. I love the black and white.
I liked this one, just not as much as the others. I felt this could have went in a totally different direction and had way more laughs. I expected to see how Greg would react to 'old school' devices and way of life. We instead got Greg having to go without technology completely and off to camp for a week.
I feel the title was a bit misleading. It wasn't quite what I had expected, but still a fun read.
It may be a little sad how excited I am about this book...
Things are not getting better for Greg with time. Or for Rowley. Getting sent back from the camp twice for health issues is an augury for times to come.
Greg is always a stay-at-home person. Yes, the video games are his true bliss. But messing things up with Dad's car and almost inundating the house down thinking he might be Noah - he has to leave town.
Well, well, well. That is not the only object of irritation.
No electronics means no life.
The pink wasn't helping the cause with getting all the familiar. Perhaps, the book might be about the old times, but I have to strain really hard to get to the era when pigs walked on two legs and watched TV or wrote ciphered letters.
Jeff Kinney points out glaringly obvious fact - going back in the old era makes you learn next to nothing. You just might loose a teeth or two! Grandpa's book might have saved the day but the nights were a total ruckus.
It was great to see Dad and Greg getting along well towards the end.
This is more than a children's series! Best one since Enid Blyton.
If When pigs start ruling the planet, my family would be responsible for it.
Verdict : 10th book and still going strong with 4 stars!