Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Hard Luck Symbols & Objects

Jeff Kinney
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Snowballs

In March: Monday, week 1, Greg brings snowballs to Rowley's house that the two of them had frozen in Greg's freezer so they could later have a snowball fight. Rowley doesn't want to have a snowball fight because he's hanging out with Abigail. the snowballs are one representation of how Greg wants his and Rowley's friendship to be like it was before Rowley began dating Abigail.

Greg's School Books

Greg's school books are usually carried to school by Rowley. However, since Rowley has started dating Abigail he walks with her to school, leaving Greg to carry his books. Greg ends up putting them in his dad's roller bag, but the school books are sort of a source of tension for Greg because he feels too weak to carry them to and from school. When Greg has Fregley help him with his school books on the way to...

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