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

Jeff Kinney
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Thanks to Roderick, April Fool's Day is a dreaded day for Greg. Most days Roderick can't be bothered to get out of bed early, but he makes an exception for April Fool's Day. Greg writes in his diary that most of Roderick's tricks end with injury. Greg is glad when April Fool's Day passes fairly uneventfully except that he is shot in the rear with a paintball gun by Roderick. It could be worse, he writes.

There is another soccer game that night, but one of the adults volunteers to be the shag, so Greg sits on the bench. It is very cold, and he asks his dad if he can go to the car and get his coat. His father tells him no because he needs to be ready in case the coach wants to put him in the game. Greg knows that...

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