A Valentine’s Day dance at Greg’s middle school has turned his world the wrong way up. As Greg scrambles to find a date, he’s worried he’ll be unseen within the cold on the big night. His supporter, Rowley, doesn’t have any prospects either, however that’s a little consolation.
Greg is at it again!
The new year starts with new student council elections. It looks those students who were elected in the fall haven’t been attending conferences. While Greg thinks he’d create a great politician and has sensible concepts, you need to be in good tutorial standing, with no record of detentions, so as to run.
An sudden twist gives Greg a partner for the dance and leaves Rowley the odd man out. However a heap will happen in one night, and in the top, you never know who’s going to be lucky in love.
Although the author covers some acquainted elements here, he also introduces several new parts to the story that will add to its appeal.
Greg continues to struggle with home and college, however now there’s an issue of women. When a Valentine’s Dance is announced at school, the race is on to get a date for the promenade. With advice from his Uncle Gary, Greg’s out to get a girl if Rowley doesn’t get one at first.
As in other Wimpy Kid books, Greg makes dozens of mortifying errors in judgment, and hilarity ensues.
This is the best edition in the series since the primary one. Elementary readers might be in a position to read the words, but unless they need been in middle faculty and experienced the angst of trying so laborious to be cool that it backfires and you become more uncool than ever, they will not be in a position to appreciate the irony and humor.
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