Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days Setting

Jeff Kinney
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The Heffley House

The Heffley House is Greg’s childhood home. It’s a modest, middle-class home. He has his own room. There is a basement with a furnace closet that frightens Greg and his friend Rowley.

The Country Club

The Country Club is where the Jefferson family belongs. Greg and Rowley spend the early part of their summer vacation there. It has a pool and they order smoothies and charge them to Mr. Jefferson’s account. Mr. Jefferson later demands Greg reimbursement the $83 for the smoothies.

The Vacation Cabin

The Vacation Cabin is modest cabin where the Jefferson family takes their summer vacation. Greg is invited to join them in an effort to repair the boys’ relationship. The boys have to share the bed because neither is willing to sleep on the dirty floor.

The Public Pool

The Public Pool is where the Heffley’s go during the...

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