Get to know Diary of a Wimpy Kid author Jeff Kinney.
- He still doesn't have to shave too often.
- His first decent drawing was of a turtle at the age of 3 (Jeff, not the turtle).
- He plays the piano ‘very, very poorly’.
- Jeff's brother Scott has written one of the songs in the movie, Diary of a Wimpy Kid.
- He created the kids' website Poptropica.com.
- His favourite computer games are the Mario Kart series.
- His favourite sandwich is peanut butter and jelly (eeeuw).
- His favourite song is ‘Brownville Girl’ by Bob Dylan.
- He has two brothers and a sister.
- At one stage he studied to become a federal law enforcement officer.
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