Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Third Wheel - Section 4: Pages 137 – 181 Summary & Analysis

Jeff Kinney
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Greg receives positive attention for his leather jacket and sunglasses, but his mom ruins everything by coming to school and taking the jacket and glasses home. She then gives him her coat to wear home, news of which spreads around school quickly. Greg decides to find a girl from church to ask. He decides to ask Laurel Stringer, and goes through great means to impress her when she and her family come over for dinner. For example, he pretends to like his mom’s cream of mushroom chicken and asparagus. He even volunteers to babysit the Stringers’ toddler, Wesley, to get in good with Laurel’s parents.

When Greg babysits Wesley, however, things go wrong quickly. Wesley rides his bike in the house, tearing the place up. Greg attempts to catch Wesley by surprise by going outside and climbing in through the window...

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