Jeff Kinney Writing Styles in Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules

Jeff Kinney
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Point of View

The point of view is that of a young boy of about 13, told in first person limited. He is a fairly unreliable narrator as he views things in an immature way, and is often naive about what it is that he has observed. His presumptions and ego often interpret actions and ideas in a completely unrealistic manner.

Language and Meaning

The language used is consistent with slang terms and language used by a middle school student. The AR level is rated at a 5.1 which makes is suitable for reluctant readers. It is written in large print.

Structure

The book is written in journal style, as if the entire thing is someone's journal entry. There are cartoon pictures scattered throughout the novel which lend to the understanding of what is being discussed in the journal. There are four sections that each cover the months of September...

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