Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Old School - Section 1: Pages 1 – 48 Summary & Analysis

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It is September. Greg complains about how adults think they had things so much better when they were kids. Greg disagrees, because his generation has so much technology that didn’t exist back then. Greg’s mom, Susan, thinks kids (and adults) spend too much time with technology, and not enough time with each other. She begins a petition for a weekend without electronics. She will need a hundred signatures to take the petition to Town Hall. Greg considers the idea that people are not as tough as their ancestors, who would be disappointed with the way people have turned out. He also considers that inventions – such as baby wipes – have made life easier. The family’s new pet pig has become a fixture in the house, from eating at the table with the family to being taught tricks such as standing on...

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