Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Roderick Rules by Jeff Kinney is the second book in the series and begins with Greg writing in his new journal. Devastated, Greg asks his mother if he can be transferred to another school. He joined the swim team and enjoyed his summer break, with one exception. The first scenes in the roller skate arena made me wonder if it would just be about kids being horrible to each other. Frank ends the boys' punishment early as the drum practice is driving him crazy.
Enter Tiger: short brown hair, a tough girl and a fighter, the cab driver. The main idea the author is trying to tell you is that Rodrick thinks that he is the boss of everyone and everything. He has to deal with any conflicts involving Holly Hills, as well as other embarrassing situations. Despite Susan Greg's mother demanding that Rodrick type his own research paper, later that night Greg sees Frank typing it for him. He feels that he has wasted his money. Even though it does get Rodrick noticed, and his band, he is still extremely embarrassed. Greg isn't too fond of Manny either since Manny broke one of Greg's gaming consoles.
This section contains 1,676 words approx. He doesn't know why the teachers won't let them email each other. They try out for the show, but don't make it. Susan agrees to film Rodrick on stage during the talent show. Meanwhile, the school announces a Winter Talent Show and Rowley and Greg think that they will do something for that as a way of becoming popular. That summed up his summer, Greg writes in his journal.
In December, Susan asks Frank to go down to the corner to pick up the pictures that she'd dropped off to be developed from Thanksgiving, but the pictures that Frank returns with are pictures from Rodrick's party. Career day comes to the school and Greg watches in horror as Rowley talks to someone about nursing school. The people mistook what he said so that back fired for Rodrick a lot! Rowley returned from South America and was eager to tell Greg all about it. Their parents no longer trust them to stay alone at the house, so when Susan and Frank have to both leave the house, they take the boys over to their Grandfather's apartment. Years later, they each yearn to reunite, despite being destined for the altar. Alexander's day begins with gum stuck in his hair, followed by more calamities. Greg's father, Frank, takes Greg to the mall on Saturdays to escape Manny the youngest and diaper duty.
Rodrick knows Greg's big secret and if he doesn't do as Rodrick says his life would be ruined. Rowley went to South America for the summer so they did not spend any time together, which makes Greg sad. They swap o … ut the doors, but the doordoes not have a lock. Rodrick's science teacher, however, calls Susan and Frank and tells them that Rodrick's project didn't meet the standards and that he'll have to resubmit. Susan arranges for Rodrick to give both Rowley and Greg drum lessons in exchange for some Mom Bucks. Rodrick makes sure his parents are gone, and then he calls his friends and invites them over for a party. In order to help them get along, Greg's mother introduces Mom Bucks, which rewards them for getting along.
Greg and Rodrick don't get along, and his parents are fully aware of that. Greg didn't seem to hear what Rowley was saying and interrupted his friend to talk about his own life. Greg is confused and gets to the bottom of it. Roderick's science fair project is finally completed and Roderick goes back to practicing with his band. Greg likes him and decides to pull a welcome back to school prank on him. Greg shares what the big secret is. Will Greg and Rodrick get along? School starts and Greg is assigned a pen pal in his French class.
Tiger lives in an attic flat with two men. And eventual … ly Rodrick got the big secret out but instead of kid's laughing at Greg people were cheering for him. And only Rodrick knows that secret. She knows that Rodrick hasn't done anything to have earned all of those Mom Bucks. Rodrick agrees, but the night of the party, he locks Greg in the basement.
Frank, their father, notices that something is wrong with the bathroom door, but can't figure out what. He has to deal with any conflicts involving Holly Hills, as well as other embarrassing situations. Cashing in his Mom Bucks, he purchases a diary that is identical to Rowley's so that he can open his friend's diary. On the bright side, Greg states, he received his first actual letter from Mamadou Montpierre, his new French pen pal. She buys some cheat books for the boys to learn to play better. Rodrick defies his parents claiming that when his band wins they are going to go for a record contract and then they will be dropping out of school to go on tour. She learns that some of the kids are into a role playing game called Magick and Monsters.
Since he thinks he is so cool he picks on Greg to show him who's the boss. Rowley stays the night at Greg's house and Greg ends up hurting Rowley on accident. Written by I didn't see the first movie and only knew of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid because my 7 year old daughter was reading the books. Basiclly, it's just about how Rodrick is mean, how Rodrick is, and how Rodrick's takes and rules over Greg. Roderick's parents make him stop practicing with his band and focus on his science fair project. Their parents call and say they are cominghome early. Greg is made to apologize.
Chirag tells his father and when Chirag comes to Rowley's birthday party, Mr. He agrees and takes the paper, but it is completely on the wrong topic and he gets an F. In order to help them get along, Greg's mother introduces Mom Bucks, which rewards them for getting along. Unfortunately, Rodrick seizes on the opportunity to annihilate Greg's characters, then shows no mercy when they play their games. Susan, meanwhile, is determined to make her two older sons bond with one another.