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Preview — Superfudge [With Cassette] by Judy Blume
Superfudge [With Cassette] (Fudge #3)
Fans young and old will laugh out loud at the irrepressible wit of peter Hatcher, the hilarious antics of mischievous Fudge, and the unbreakable confidence of know-it-all sheila tubman in Judy blume's five Fudge books. brand-new covers adorn these perennial favorites, and will entice a whole new generation of Fudgeand Judy blumefans.
A new baby is born into the Hatcher family. Peter's family moves to Princeton for a trial year, to see if they prefer it over the city. Naturally all sorts of shenanigans occur---courtesy of Farley Drexel Hatcher himself.
Don't start reading this out loud to your kids if they don't know the truth about Santa Claus.
Note: My kids would give this book 5 stars. My four-year-old thinks, "Bonjour, Stupid" is the funniest line ever written.
Blume does such an excellent job with her books. They are an absolute joy to read. Superfudge was full of what a fourth or fifth grader wants, a fun and intresting plot, characters they can relate with, and text they can understand. The plot of Superfudge had twists and turns from the new baby's arrival to moves to and from the country. At the ages suggested above, children may relate if they have the same circumstances going on in their own lives. The characte ...more
We had read Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. Wouldn't it be fine to read the sequel? Absolutely not!
We were halfway through. I read ahead some for the next few days and stumbled across a classic Judy Blume event. Yeah, the discussion of Christmas was highly uncomfortable for me. As a fourth grade teacher, I do not want to be the one who gives up the ghost. T ...more
I read this book in fourth grade and it really touched me and changed the way my brother and I get along.
Peter has to move and has a very annoying brother . When he thought anything else could go wrong he gets informed the family is welcoming someo ...more
Superfudge brought the same laughs it did when I was a kid, but, reading it as a parent, I definitely found myself irritated at some points - lots of people telling one another to shut up, lots of name ...more
In "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing," Blume takes more time developing the charac ...more
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