The Diary of a Wimpy kid series is ten books in total. Each one has received a substantial amount of acclaim both in the US and across the world. Just search the online reviews written for this series –people from all over the world have taken the time to express in words what a treasure they found in this series.
Many reviews rave on about what a terrific impact the series –and the fascinating characters it contains– has had on their children. Actually, the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series makes a terrific gift for kids of all ages –even teenagers will be delighted by the very adaptive perspective Greg Heffley, the series’ main character, has on the world he lives in and the people he encounters.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid Set of Books 1 – 4 Revised
10 books are a pretty daunting stack to present to anyone. This is why the first four books are available as a starter package in one attractive collectible box set. The books are all bound in hard-covers and come in a durable box for safe keeping. The collectible set looks very attractive displayed in your child’s room or home library.
The First Four Books included in this Set are:
Book 1: Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Book 2: Rodrick Rules
Book 3: The Last Straw
Book 4: Dog Days
After your child has gone through the first 4 book they will indubitably be interested in obtaining the entire collection –which will have to be done separately. This may seem inconvenient but the advantages of the first four books in a single collectible set are already pretty Hefty.
Start Your Child on a Life of Reading with Diary of a Wimpy Kid series Books 1 -4
There is no better task than to initiate a love of reading in your child –but it requires presenting the option as attractive and entertaining. this is why Diary of a Wimpy Kid has become so popular with children and parents alike. It is a great way to jump start those reading and writing skills.
Not to mention, the books present kids with many valuable object lessons to help prepare them for what can be a pretty terrifying experience –you remember middle school right? The Diary of a Wimpy Kid and Greg Heffley have experiences to help them out.