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Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Blume
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Been reading the Fudge series with the kids. Both Miss nearly 7, and Master 4 enjoyed them immensely. Miss nearly 7 relates to the serious big brother Peter, who is often left mortified and infuriated by his little brother Fudge's antics and outbursts, while Fudge makes Master 4 feel like an angelic little boy in comparison. After all he would never smear food all over a restaurant, throw a massive tantum in a shoe shop, try and fly off the top of a jungle gym and end up knocking out his front teeth, or worst of all swallow his brother's pet turtle!

Fudge and Peter are both great characters, with their very different personalities and ways, and it is very cool that we could all enjoy this story together as a family as it is sometimes difficult to find a story that appeals to my own son and daughter's very different personalities and tastes. Thus, this one's a winner in our household.(less)

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