Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Hard Luck - March: Wednesday (week 4) Summary & Analysis

Jeff Kinney
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Summary

Greg reminisces about how he used to make a lot of money when his mom's family came into town: he would have a stockpile of drawings ready and then sell them to relatives when they arrived. One year, he made $80. But the older he's gotten, the less willing his family is to purchase his drawings. That privilege has gone to Manny, now that Manny is the youngest kid in the family. Though Greg isn't sure if his relatives stopped buying from him because he went back to the same people too often, of it it was because he doubled his prices.

Analysis

One of the shortest diary entries, Greg just wanted to vent his frustration about how once again, someone else is having better luck than he is. Since nobody is buying his drawings anymore, even though he's putting a lot of...

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