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The biggest task Greg has to complete in order to ensure he doesn't go to summer school is the Science Fair project. Greg considers downloading an old project from kids who are wrongfully selling them, but decides against it. Greg stays late at school and stays up until p. A further development at school is that Greg gets the job as Yearbook photographer. Greg has fun editing photos, however the way he edits them makes others look silly or even stupid.
Ultimately, Greg resigns from the position after having to take a Cutest Couple photo of Rowley and Abigail. One week after the photo shoot involving Rowley and Abigail, the two split up because Abigail decides to go back to her ex-boyfriend.
Though it takes him a couple days, Greg reaches out to Rowley and the two become friends again. Though Greg began to take responsibility for his actions and see his luck change as soon as he started trying harder at school, it's after he regains his friendship with Rowley that Greg is once again a truly happy middle school boy.
This section contains words approx. The Wimpy Kid is back!
The misadventures of Greg Heffley, a 6th grade middle school student, continue to be a rip-roaring affair striking the funny bones of young and old alike everywhere. The world has gone crazy for the Wimpy Kid with good reasons.
Jeff Kinney is not one of the best children's writers, but he's the best inhabiting planet Earth, at least during the time of the release of his latest book. And why say children when it is the adults who are having a good time with the series.
The latest in the series has been waited with baited breath not only by children but also by adults as well. Continuing the hilarious saga of Greg Heffley, Jeff Kinney in his inimitable style puts him in an awkward situation when his long-time best friend Rowley Jefferson ditches him.
Our hero Greg struggles to find new friend and the book revolves around his quest for a friend without much success, and finally, in his ingenious way, leaves it to luck. Levy thinks not; compatibilists will likely think otherwise. In chapters 7 and 8 he looks at non-historical versions of compatibilism, which accept the reality of constitutive luck but deny that it is responsibility-undermining.
So, in sum: Levy sees responsibility-undermining luck everywhere.
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