Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever
Jeff Kinney
Reviewed by Elaine Penrose
Wed, 16/11/2011

Cabin Fever has arrived…yippee!

So what has Greg been up to since his last adventure – is he still paranoid about life? It’s the start of the holiday season, and for Greg Thanksgiving and Christmas are making him a nervous wreck. Mum has told him he has to go and earn his own money to buy his Christmas gifts, which is easier said than done.
There’s pressure from everyone, especially his parents, with threats of no presents if he’s not on his best behaviour. Greg has questions about Santa too, including how he sees everything you do; will he be on the naughty or nice list? And why does mum have a Santa Scout around the house spooking Greg?
What’s more – snow arrives and the family is housebound; the electricity fails, the food is running out, the basement floods and Rodrick has to move into Greg’s room - YUK! 
Cabin Fever is a hoot and is a must-read for everyone – that means adults as well.

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