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Judy Moody Predicts the Future (Judy Moody #4)

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Judy Moody ate one, two, three bowls of cereal. No prize. She poured four, five, six bowls of cereal. Nothing. Seven. Out fell the Mystery Prize....



Judy definitely has a mood for every occasion. And now she has a mood ring to prove it! The mood ring’s Extra Special Powers have put Judy in a predicting mood, and her outrageous predictions have everyone wondering if Judy rea
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Published November 1st 2011 by Candlewick on Brilliance Audio (first published January 1st 2003)
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Ahmad Sharabiani
Judy Moody Predicts the Future (Judy Moody, #4), Megan McDonald
عنوان: جودی آینده را پیشگویی میکند؛ نویسنده: مگان مک دونالد؛ تصویرگر: پیتر اچ. رینولدز؛ مترجم: محبوبه نجف خانی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، نشر افق، چاپ نخست 1389، در 132 ص، مصور، از سری: جلد 4 از 12 جلد جودی دمدمی؛ گروه سنی: ج، شابک: 9789643693527؛ موضوع: کتابهای کودکان، داستانهای تخیلی، ماجرایی، داستان خواهران و برادران
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Courtney Miles
Megan McDonald tells a funny and quirky story about a little girl named Judy Moody that thinks she can predict the future in this book.
After eating several bowls of cereal Judy Moody finds a mood ring at the bottom of the box of cereal and puts it on. At first she is very disappointed in the color that the mood ring shows but is then able to change the colors eventually and now thinks she can predict the future. She convinces her brother, Stink, that she can predict the future by finding a frog
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Andrew Caudill
Oct 27, 2013 Andrew Caudill rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: popular-series
Judy Moody Predicts the Future by Megan McDonald is an exciting and entertaining book that any student would love. In this story, Judy Moody gets a mood ring from cereal boxes and proceeds to use her powers for making all kinds of predictions. Her final big prediction is that her teacher is in love, and she only needs to find out who with. Her brother is not a major character, but does a great job of playing the annoying and troublesome brother so that boys will still enjoy the book. I read this ...more
Leslie Lamb
Jul 21, 2015 Leslie Lamb rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Super cute and fun book! She wants to predict the future, but she's having some bad luck. When she gets mad in class about it, her teacher sends her to the Antartica chair! Fast read.
Samantha Jayakody
Jun 16, 2011 Samantha Jayakody rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I am like Judy moody. I can predict.
Megan
• Book title and author/illustrator
o Judy Moody Predicts the Future
o Written by Megan McDonald and Illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds
• Two Professional Recommendations:
1) Susan Stephenson (Children’s Literature)
It is difficult to write books for younger readers. Restricted vocabulary and simple sentence structure can lead to monotonous writing. However, judging by the popularity of the Judy Moody books, author Megan McDonald excels at writing junior novels that keep kids coming back for more.
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Darcia Okarynska
так цікаво!
Gabriela Amaya
she is going to predict the feauter
NebraskaIcebergs
They’re funny!” That’s how a student of mine described the Judy Moody series by Megan McDonald. After reading a few samples, I can offer other reasons too. Judy is typically upbeat. Even when in a mood, she’s isn’t mean. Judy mostly likes her family. Even if she can count on her brother for a bad mood, she still voluntarily hangs out with him. She mostly likes school. Even when she isn’t top student, she tries to be. Judy is your average, cheerful but sometimes confused or selfish, pleasant thir ...more
Nina
Feb 24, 2011 Nina rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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I love the Judy Moody books! I don't have the complete set, though. It's sad. I just reread this last night because in my New Year's Resolution, I stated to read at least two books every month and since Mysterious Benedict Society and the Perilous Journey took up most of my time, I opted for an easy book. I tried rereading The Five People You Met in Heaven, but I just didn't have the attention span for it. Luckily, I got reacquainted with Miss Judy Moody and my evening and my morning was good.

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Amy Keltner
Nov 28, 2011 Amy Keltner rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
1. Contemporary Realism
2. Judy Moody gets a mood ring from her cereal box. Purple is the best mood for one to be in but Judy's ring only stays on black! Throwing the ring away proves to create quite an ordeal for Judy. However, will she make a prediction correct? It takes time but Judy solves a mystery that fills her classroom.
3. a. One of the greatest strengths of the text is Judy and her strong personality. When things don't go her way she able to state her opinion no matter what the cost ma
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Ms
Feb 20, 2017 Ms rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Julia liked it. Not overly impressed but liked it.
Mehsi
Yay, Judy Moody was fun again!

After a very disappointing last book, I am delighted to say that I really liked this one again. Sure, Judy wasn't always fun or nice at times, at times she was downright annoying and bratty, but in overall it was a big improvement from the impressionable girl from the last book.

In this one our girl goes the psychic mode and thinks she can predict stuff! As you can imagine, this isn't going well for her. But at least she got a pretty mood ring that she just loves to
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Katelyn McGlassson
Feb 14, 2017 Katelyn McGlassson rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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I enjoy these books, yet they lack a sense of planning to me, I don't think I would use this in my class. The students could read it as an AR book and personal use. I would even recommend that to them. The intended audience would be 3rd-5th grade.
Steven R. McEvoy
I can only state that with every Judy or Stink Moody book that I read I love the characters more and appreciate the authors more. These are amazing books and in less than 2 months I have read over 20 books combined across the two authors. Megan McDonald has an amazing gift as a story teller for capturing family life and putting a humorous twist on daily life. Peter H. Reynolds is an incredible illustrator and story teller himself and his illustrations add a wonderful dimension especially to the ...more
Ananya Jain
The plot:
Judy Moody has a mood for every occasion, and now she has a mood ring to prove it! Judy's mood ring has extra special powers which have put her in a predicting mood, and her outrageous predictions have everyone wondering if she really is psychic.
My views:
This book is too childish and stupid. Judy Moody is a silly girl who spends her time in doing nothing (in my opinion). I read it a few years back and felt it was a OK but when I thought I can read it again I opened it and was like-
"wha
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Michelle. D.
Sep 06, 2010 Michelle. D. rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I loved the all Judy Moody books when I was kid! They were always so adventurous and interesting. Megan really knows hot to write books for kids withour making them too complicated or too easy. The illustrations are really good to. When I was a kid, I would always try to draw and recreate the pictures. I really love Judy's cat, Mouse?,. It's just that he's? always there randomly.Stink was amazing character too. Smart and funny. I find it hilarious that a parent would name there kid Stink. I love ...more
Kristi Lamont
My mom read this book aloud to the 6-year-old twin boys over the course of three sittings in an afternoon, evening and morning. I read it myself after it became apparent it was going to be a topic of conversation and I needed to get myself up to speed, LOL. Anyway, the grandmother thought it a well-written book that was maybe a little ahead of the boys' (advanced) understanding level, but not by too much. The boys liked the story. All seemed to be in agreement it was too long a book to read alou ...more
Sherry
"Judy Moody Predicts the Future" gives us a smart, modern girl's tale immersed in the sixties and seventies culture-hype of fortune telling, Mood Rings, and Magic 8 Balls. It feels right that Judy Moody would want to see the future and be the sole bearer of its message! In her curious way, she embarks on a quest to be the all important one. However, by the end she is capable of a mature understanding about truly reading the emotional signs and clues people give. She also comes to realize that we ...more
Tiffany
Judy Moody by Megan McDonald is about a girl named Judy who one day found a mood ring from a cereal box. Judy made a lot of prediction using the mood ring and they came true. But one time her prediction didn't come true and her classmates called her a liar. So she stopped but later on she continued on when she realized her other predictions of her teacher were true.
I think this book is okay. This book made me wonder if there is such thing as fortune telling and if we can really predict the fut
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Mellanie C
Feb 05, 2017 Mellanie C marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
I registered a book at BookCrossing.com!
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Debbie
Mar 10, 2008 Debbie rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
#4 in the Judy Moody series.

She has to eat seven bowls of cereal, but Judy finally finds the treasure at the bottom of the cereal box - a mood ring that she is convinced will give her the power to predict the future. Judy (now called Madame M) predicts that she will earn an A on her spelling test without studying. Sadly, her vision doesn't work out the way she planned. When she makes the biggest prediction of all - that Mr. Todd is in love - will she be right?
Jerusalen
Apr 15, 2015 Jerusalen rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: all people and children
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Hailey Garalczyk
May 19, 2015 Hailey Garalczyk rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
the book I read for my book report is Judy moody predicts the future. this book is by Megan McDonald. the genre of the book is fiction. Thai book is about a girl name just moody and she got a mood right and it was not working for her so she threw it in the trash and she brother stick took it and would not give it back. she was keep on predicting what will happened today and every prediction was right. this book is good you should read it
Kimberly Hansen
I thought that this book was a fun and very realistic read. I believe that any grade school kid could relate to many events that took place in this book. It is about a girl who goes to school and normal things happen, but to her these events are from from normal. This story involves a mood ring, predicting,experiments, reading and laughing. The book does a good job of introducing chapter books to young readers by having large text on the pages and some pictures spread throughout the book.
Dolly
Nov 10, 2009 Dolly rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: parents reading with their children
This is the fourth book in the Judy Moody series, but the first that we've read. I'd never even heard of this series; our oldest brought this book home from her school library. It's a lengthy chapter book, but the narrative is funny, educational, age-appropriate and interesting. We will definitely be looking for more books in this series.
Ireyhanna Sinkler
Feb 03, 2013 Ireyhanna Sinkler rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: All Ages
Recommended to Ireyhanna by: My Teacher
I think this book is very interesting. Judy is a very interesting person. In this book Judy Moody Predicts The Future, She is in a mood for everything. She found a mood ring in a box of cereal,now she can prove it. Judy wants to find out if her teacher is really in love that is her top priority to find out. She says it is her V.I.Q. to find out more you will have to read the book.


Mayra
Dec 05, 2013 Mayra rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
"Judy Moody Predicts the Future" by Megan McDonald is about a young girl named Judy and a special magic ring that helps her predict the future. Her psychic powers and her fun positive attitude makes this book both funny and entertaining for young readers. The book narrated in the point of view of a young girl makes it relatable for many kids. This is a great book for independent reading in the classroom.
Jj
In Judy Moody Predicts the Future, Judy finds a mood ring in her cereal box and believes the ring has given her the powers to predict.She begins to make a series of outrageous predictions, including the prediction that she will win a coveted sticker on a spelling test.

She later predicts a very intresting prediction about the Crayon Lady and her teacher, Mr. Todd.

I really enjoyed this book a lot, it was funny, and very creative. LOL.
Jolynn6
May 12, 2011 Jolynn6 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
i really like this whole series and i am 10 years old i beat my WHOLE schools A.R. record and i read this series and me and another kid were competing and i beat him because i read this series and i beat the him by 15 points woo so i would REALLY reccomend this series but make sure u read them in order it makes soooo much more sense. My school that i am in has K-12 so i beat all of them i even got a trophy andd my mom wasnt even there to see me get the trophy
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"Sometimes I think I am Judy Moody," says Megan McDonald, author of the Judy Moody series, the Stink series, and THE SISTERS CLUB. "I'm certainly moody, like she is. Judy has a strong voice and always speaks up for herself. I like that."

For Megan McDonald, being able to speak up for herself wasn't always easy. She grew up as the youngest of five sisters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her father, an
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