If You Liked Diary of Wimpy Kid
Recommended books for those who enjoyed the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series.
Two boys hypnotize their principal into thinking that he's a superhero.
Even though he can't play, Kirby becomes team captain to prove that he's really the son of an NBA star.
Amelia writes in her diary about moving, old friends and new ones, and annoying older sisters.
Middle-school student Nate is proud the day he gets detention from all of his teachers.
Life becomes more complicated for Bobby when he accidentally insults ALL the girls, setting off a boy/girl war!
When Max writes to his favorite author, they become pen pals, talking about bullies, parachuting, and writing a book.
Obsessive-compulsive 5th grader Franklin makes an unlikely friend in Sarah Kervick, a tough-talking but neglected new girl.
Nikki Maxwell finds herself struggling to be popular in an exclusive private school where her father is an exterminator.
A champion troublemaker, Nick decides to invent a new word to torment his teacher.
Jack's diary helps him deal with his problems, including dog-eating alligators, a terrifying older sister, and an accident-prone brother.
Four fifth-graders design a computer program to do their homework, but it doesn't work.
Justin chronicles the ups and downs of school in this diary-style novel.
When Artie opens a mysterious rusted locker, he is plunged into a dodgeball tournament with the Horde.
Learn about life at Mackerel Middle School through the eyes of Jamie Kelly in this hilarious series.
Camp Happy Harmony is where fighting siblings go. Their letters home suggest that something fishy is going on.
After playing a prank on a "geeky" classmate, Max's punishment is to be tutored by the kid he teased.
Told entirely through notes, grocery receipts, and a vast array of other items, this story follows Ginny as she accidentally dyes her hair pink, throws live frogs in class, and loses the lead role in ballet to her ex-best friend.
Rafe wants to make the first year of middle school memorable by trying to break every school rule.
Hank decides to do a visual presentation on Niagara Falls, but when he floods the classroom, he gets detention.
Two best friends create a hilarious scrapbook to chronicle their attempts to discover what makes some kids popular.