Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days - Chapters 1-8 Summary & Analysis

Jeff Kinney
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Chapter one opens at the beginning of Greg’s summer vacation. He indicates that he feels guilty over the summer because the weather is nice and he just wants to stay in and play video games. His mother doesn’t like and he tells her he’s trying to protect his skin from the sun. He remembers going to the country club with his friend Rowley. They drank smoothies by the pool and charged Mr. Jefferson’s account. When the waiter forgot Greg’s umbrella for his drink, Greg complained to Mr. Jefferson. Later, Rowley tells Greg he can’t go to the country club anymore.

In chapter two Greg describes the town pool that his family belongs to. He doesn’t like it, especially the men’s locker room. He gripes that his parents won’t let him watch horror movies, but...

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