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Research Paper Jeff Kinney

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Jeff Kinney is a Game designer and also is a writer. The most famous book of him is called “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” It’s a story with pictures, of course, drew by Jeff Kinney. The Characters are very precise, easy to read, but the story is not boring.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid first appeared on FunBrain.com in 2004 which was read 20 million times. Diary of a Wimpy Kid was become more and more popular, And finally, Book version of Diary of a Wimpy Kid came out on April 1, 2007. Diary of Wimpy Kid was named New York Times bestseller among awards and praise. FunBrain.com was the main reason why Diary of Wimpy Kid can be popular like this. Online version received about 20 million views as of 2007, and diary of wimpy kid was published.
He was born in 1971 in Maryland, and he grew up in Fort Washington, Mary land, United States where he attended the Bishop McNamara High school. He was almost living in the library, and he said "A school library is a place where a kid can escape to a new world or a new point of view. It's where I learned about my favorite authors, including Judy Blume, Piers Anthony, and J.R.R. Tolkien. I'm grateful to my school library for turning me on to reading!”
He attended the University of Maryland in the early 1990s. And the university life was impact Jeff Kinney a lot. It was there that Jeff Kinney ran a comic strip called “Igdoof.” And this was very successful in the campus newspaper and he decided to be a cartoonist.
But he was not very successful in getting his comic strip on newspaper after college, and about 1998 he started to writing down the ideas of Diary of Wimpy Kid, but he just work on it sometime, during 1998. However, Jeff really wanted to turn ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid’ in to the book. He worked on this book for six years, such a long time. Maybe its because he worked on it just for sometime.
When he finished working on First book of Diary of Wimpy Kid, he decided to upload his story one page by one day on FunBrain.com. Of course, at first there was not very much people visit to read his story, but it was slowly impact the destiny of Diary of Wimpy Kid. His story became the talk. More and More people visit this wed site to read Diary of Wimpy Kid. And his story became publish.
In 2006~7, his story became very publish, and almost everyone know the Diary of a Wimpy Kid. At that time, one of publishing company called ‘Abrams Books’. In 2007 the Hard cover of the Diary of Wimpy Kid are came out. And this book named New York Times bestseller among awards and praise.
After Diary of a Wimpy Kid became very famous, in 2010, this book came out in film form. The movie did the import impact on the chart of Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Worldwide sale of 42 millions copies up till 2010. In 2011 and 2012, Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2 and Diary of Wimpy Kid: Dog Days. In this movies, Zachary Gordon is the most important actor. He acting the Greg, who is the main character of Diary of Wimpy Kid.
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