Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Last Straw - February Summary & Analysis

Jeff Kinney
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Summary

The month of February does not start out well as Gregory opens his lunch bag to find that his mother has not packed any junk food for him. No potato chips, no cookies, or sugar wafers. As a result, Gregory doesn't eat anything at all, and his energy is low the rest of the day. When he goes home, he confronts his mother, telling her that the 'no snacks' in his lunch bag is unacceptable. His mother tells him that she has a set number of snacks in the laundry room. If they are all gone, then someone must have eaten them ahead of time. Gregory says that he knows she's suggesting that he is the one that ate the snacks, but he knows who really did. It was Rodrick, his brother.

Gregory goes and hides in his room to see if he can...

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