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Diary of a wimpy kid,Rodrick Rules #2;Jeff Kinney

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It’s a brand-new year and a brand-new journal and Greg is keen to put the humiliating (and secret!) events of last summer firmly behind him. But someone knows everything  someone whose job it is to most definitely not keep anything embarrassing of Greg’s private  his big brother, Rodrick. How can Greg make it through this new school year with his cool(ish) reputation intact?

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