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Publisher's Summary

In Wrecking Ball, Book 14 of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series - from number one international best-selling author Jeff Kinney - an unexpected inheritance gives the Heffley family a chance to make major improvements to their home. But they soon find that construction isn't all it's cracked up to be. When things get rough, will the Heffleys be able to stay...or will they be forced to move?

©2019 Jeff Kinney (P)2019 Recorded Books

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The Diary of a Wimpy Kid series by Jeff Kinney has taken the world of middle grade books by storm, with 15 novels to date—not to mention the numerous spin-off stories, merchandise, and four successful movie adaptations. These series and standalone novels explore middle school misadventures, dealing with family and friends, and the awkwardness of growing up. Discover more listens if you've devoured the series and are hungry for more.

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Awesome book

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The story was funny and please make a new book sooon

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Diary of a wimpy kid: wrecking ball

Amazing book. I loved it so much. I will use it forever. Pretty humorous. Great

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I love it

I love this book and I was wondering if there is a new diary of a wimpy kid is coming out soon😁

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The best

I thought of it as a movie it looked good I love it nothing’s better than this one

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Best wimpy kid book ever

The book is by far the best one yet hi hi hi hi hi hi

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This book and reader is awesome

I liked the book because the reader really fits diary of a wimpy kid

I will recommend it to a bunch of people

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It doesn't even go through the hole book

I don't know if im doing it right or not. But I expected this to go through the hole book when I bought it. 1 star

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Funny book

I liked the book.
It was a good book.
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Inappropriate for youth

This series is disappointing and using a sassy, me-centered, disrespectful main character and friends points to the issues with today’s youth. these were part of our Neighbor’s lending library and I hear so much about them I gave them a listen in audible. Assuming since they’re so mainstream they must be mostly acceptable. Again it’s proven to me you cannot make that assumption and all parents should really be listening to whether the character acts like a child they want tj have in their home vs oh well this is how teenagers act. children actually don’t have to be this way, we direct how they act by choosing what they’re exposed to.

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