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Gramma is Susan's mother and Greg's maternal grandmother. Gramma is known to drive a car like the Heffleys'. Greg often calls her to his home as a way to avoid his dad's scoldings, since his father will not do this when she is around. Her favorite grandchild is Manny, although she denies and lies about this despite overwhelming evidence in the form of pictures on her refrigerator and many of Manny's drawings around her house. She also seems to have a passion for bingo and knitting. Gramma has a dog named Sweetheart, usually shortened to Sweetie. It has been said and shown that she overfeeds Sweetie. Rowley’s best friend Greg Heffley has been chronicling his middle-school years in thirteen Diary of a Wimpy Kid journals . . . and counting. But it’s finally time for readers to hear directly from Rowley in a journal of his own. In Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid, Rowley writes about his experiences and agrees to play the role of biographer for Greg along the way. (After all, one day Greg will be rich and famous, and everyone will want to know his life’s story.) But Rowley is a poor choice for the job, and his “biography” of Greg is a hilarious mess. Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid: Rowley Jefferson’s Journal offers readers a new way to look at the Wimpy world—one fans won’t want to miss! But Greg isn't so sure that a life without electronics, central heating and working plumbing sounds all that fun ... And so, despite his best efforts, he is sent off to Hardscrabble Farm to learn about hard work and the great outdoors. Charlie has appeared in Diary of a Wimpy Kid, The Last Straw, Dog Days, The Ugly Truth, and Cabin Fever. Loretta Heffley [ edit ] Martina is Susan's cousin who had gained a lot of money while in Las Vegas. She had been eating at a breakfast buffet in a hotel, when she mistook a full-length mirror for another room, causing Martina to run straight into the mirror, break her collarbone, and sue the hotel. Greg notes that a Porsche in Gramma's driveway was probably hers.

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In the film series, Manny is portrayed by Connor and Owen Fielding in the first three films, Wyatt and Dylan Walters in The Long Haul, [ citation needed] and Gracen Newton in the animated films. Garrett "Gary" Heffley (also known as Gray Heffley in Wimpy Wonderland) is Greg's uncle and the youngest brother of Frank and Joe, who has been married four times. He was first mentioned in The Last Straw when Greg said he was out of clean laundry and was going to have to wear a shirt he got from Gary's first wedding. Christopher "Chris" Brownfield is one of Greg's friends and is shown to have been a great mosquito magnet while hanging out with Greg in the summer. However, Greg does not see him as a close friend because he is "not a school-year friend". Later in The Ugly Truth, he is on Greg's team for a game and hides behind a soda machine after the teachers threaten to call all of their parents. Rowley has what Greg considers strange interests for his age and gender, such as loving a singer for "six-year-old girls" named Joshie and action figures Greg believes are for younger kids. Rowley is also the owner of the comic strip Zoo Wee Mama!. [1] Rowley claims that Greg had nothing to do with the comic strip in the first book, a rare antagonistic move from him. Although his family is vaguely referenced in the books, the Warrens (known as the Swanns in the online book) are what got Frank thinking of making Greg more manly. In the books, Mr. Warren is Frank's boss. Frank is deeply jealous of the Warrens. In stark contrast to Greg and his brothers, the Warrens' children are shown to be athletic and sporty. In the third film, Stan, the father of the family, is shown to be a neighbor of the Heffleys. He had a minor childhood rivalry with Frank, that they appear to have gotten over as adults. In the movie, Mr. Warren is the troop master of the Wilderness Explorers and invites everyone over for an Independence Day party. They only appear in The Last Straw. In the film adaptation of The Long Haul, Stan was replaced as Frank’s boss by a woman named Julie, who makes a brief voice cameo in the film when it is revealed that Frank forgot to ask Julie for time off from work, which results in Julie calling Frank on his phone. Since Stan has not appeared in any of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid books since The Last Straw, it is implied that he retired or quit, which is why Frank now has a different boss. However, Julie has not appeared in any of the books.As if that's not scary enough, Halloween's just around the corner and the frights are coming at Greg from every angle. Gary makes his first major appearance in The Ugly Truth. It is revealed that all of his wives divorced him as soon as they found out about his financial situation and job. He has had so many weddings that Greg's family does not need to use a growth chart, and instead use family pictures from each of his weddings. The eleventh laugh-out-loud, fully-illustrated Diary of a Wimpy Kid book from #1 international bestselling author Jeff Kinney ! A global phenomenon with 250 million copies of the series sold worldwide!

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But even the worst road trip can turn into an adventure ­- and this is going to be one that the Heffleys will never forget!Joshie is a European singer (possibly British) who is Rowley's favorite idol. Greg believes that Joshie is for six-year-old girls, but Rowley ignores him, saying that Greg is jealous because he was the one who "discovered" Joshie. However, despite Rowley's opinion, Joshie appears to be a singer that is mainly idolized by females (specifically 6-year-old girls). A DIARY OF A WIMPY KID STORY that will have you rolling with laughter, from number one bestselling author Jeff Kinney! Maddox Selsam is a boy who lives in the middle of the woods, who only appears in Double Down. Maddox is not allowed to have any screen time and does not have a TV at his house. He enjoys playing with his Lego and practicing his violin. He met Greg in Double Down when he found Greg's balloon for the Balloon Brigade at his school. Susan only likes him because he doesn't have electronics in his house and wants Maddox to be a role model for Greg; however, Maddox was rude to Greg. She feels disappointed that he and Greg didn't "hit it off", although she knew she had made a mistake about Maddox, she chose to double down and be disappointed in her son. Rowley has been shown to have his own diary called Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid where Rowley is the protagonist and Greg is the main antagonist.

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Gammie is briefly mentioned by Greg in Cabin Fever when he says she gave a miniature carousel that held spoons from all over the world to Greg's family five or six years before.

Get ready for a whole new look into Jeff Kinney’s Diary of a Wimpy Kid! Introducing the newest Wimpy Kid author—Rowley Jefferson! Will Greg be able to survive a week out in the wild? Or will his school trip be a complete DISASTER?

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Franklin Wayne "Frank" Heffley Jr. is depicted to be Greg's overreactive but well-meaning father. He is about 42 years old and is interested in U.S. history, with his replica of a Civil War battlefield serving as a recurring plot point in the series. [2] In the books, Frank despises Rowley, [2] and does not appreciate Greg's skill at video games. He is also shown to loathe heavy metal [1] and adolescents. [3] Frank tries to toughen Greg up and threatens to send him to a military academy in The Last Straw, although ultimately this does not come to fruition, much to Greg's relief. [3] However, Greg and Frank grow together in Dog Days, despite a brief period when Frank does not speak to Greg after almost getting arrested and going to jail. Great-Uncle Bruce was Greg's great-uncle. He is a deceased character who is mentioned in Cabin Fever and The Third Wheel. Greg is presented with a rather luxurious blanket as a Christmas gift, only to be repelled by it upon learning that it had formerly belonged to Great Uncle Bruce before his death. In The Third Wheel, Greg uses Great Uncle Bruce's old cologne on Valentine's Day, which ends up attracting some old ladies. When the dust finally settles, will the Heffleys be able to stay . . . or will they need to get out of town? In the film series, Mr. Jefferson is portrayed by Alfred E. Humphreys. He appears in the first three live-action films while making a cameo in the 2021 animated film. Notably, he does not speak in these adaptations, with the exception of Dog Days. Gramma has two sisters whose names have not been confirmed yet but are suggested to be named Martha and Beatrice. They can not stand each other and try to give each other the most insulting gift they can think of. They are Greg's maternal great-aunts, Susan's maternal aunts, and Frank's aunts-in-law.The eighth laugh-out-loud, fully-illustrated Diary of a Wimpy Kid book from #1 international bestselling author Jeff Kinney ! A global phenomenon with 250 million copies of the series sold worldwide! Kinney is right up there with J K Rowling as one of the bestselling children's authors on the planet' Independent The character appears in the online book wherein he is renamed as Darnell Washington and his manner of starting the Cheese Touch is that of him tripping over and accidentally touching the cheese. He shows little interest in sports until Dog Days, where he is found playing tennis with Rowley and golf with a caddy. Kinney is right up there with JK Rowling as one of the bestselling children's authors on the planet' - Independent

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