Objects & Places from Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules

Jeff Kinney
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Talent Show

This is a performance where the elementary, middle, and high school students perform. It represents unrealistic expectations.

Journal

This is a place where Greg writes his thoughts. It represents Greg’s inner self.

Mom Bucks

This is fake money that Susan uses to try to get her sons to do chores and earn money. It comes to represent cheating.

The Secret

This is something that happened to Greg over the summer, and is something that Rodrick holds over him. Finally Rodrick tells everyone about it. It represents family history and troubled relationships.

Science Fair Project

This is something that Rodrick has to do for school. Finally Greg helps him finish it. It represents Rodrick’s unwillingness to see life as it is.

Magick and Monsters

This is a game that Rodrick, Greg, and Leland play. It represents the potential for Greg and Rodrick to bond.

Rowley's Broken Toe

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