The award-winning series highlights the struggles of a boy named Greg Heffley as he tries to fit in at middle school. It has been a fixture on national best-seller lists, including The New York Times since 2007. The books are available in 52 languages, and the online versions are typically read by more than 70,000 children a day.
Beginning his career as a comic strip creator who was unsuccessful in getting syndicated, Kinney spent six years developing ideas for “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” before it found a home online in daily installments.
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