Diary of a Wimpy Kid - November Summary & Analysis

Jeff Kinney
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Summary

On the bus ride to school the day after Halloween, Greg noticed that his grandmother’s house had been rolled with toilet paper. In his journal entry on Wednesday, the following day, Greg writes that the boys in his class are doing a six-week unit in wrestling. He checked out some professional wrestling video games to learn some moves in advance. In his Thursday physical education class, however, Greg learned that professional wrestling was not the kind of wrestling he and his classmates were going to learn. The P.E. teacher used Greg to demonstrate the moves. Greg felt like he was used for the demonstrations because he was the smallest kid and could be tossed around the easiest. When the boys begin practicing the moves, they were divided into weight groups, a division that made Greg happy at first. When he learned that...

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