Funny fifth book is a bit more mature than the rest.
I gotta say it was funny! It was a bit more mature than the rest of the book in the series. The whole book is basically a humorous way to inform kids about some changes in puberty. Like growing more hair and body odor. A brief mention of smoking was included. This book is perfect for comedy loving tweens. Especially fans of the series!
the diary of a wimpy kid series is the only books i will read! i have been reading these books ever since i was in 2nd grade and i am in 5th grade now. the main character Greg Heffley is a middle schooler who tries his best to survive middle school. in the ugly truth Greg starts to have puberty and he just starts to wonder what is going on with his life. this book is not as good as cabin fever,third wheel, or hard luck but this is still a awesome book for your collection!
This increases on the level of maturity featured in DOAWK books, but it also comes with educational themes, more good messages, and more good role models. Parents need to know that this may be too mature for the younger DOAWK fans as it revolves around hitting puberty and what not, which means that there are occasional sexual themes. My advise to parents: on the day that you think it is right to buy your kid zit creme, give him/her this book with it. They will love it.