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Superfudge by Judy Blume
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Nov 25, 2008

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bookshelves: realistic-fiction
Recommended for: intermediate/m.s. readers

A young boy named Peter is confronted with a complete shock when he finds out that his parents are relocating to New Jersey for a year. His days are filled with his annoying little brother Farley Drexel Hatcher also known as "Fudge." "Fudge" aspires to be a bird when he grows up. Peter is in the sixth grade and his life could not get any worse when he finds out that his mother is epecting another child. Peter is forced with learning how to balance his life around his move and his two siblings. This book can be used in the 3rd/ 4th grade curriculum as an essay topic. The students can write about the joys and pains of living with their siblings. This activity is a good way to let students vent about their sibling mishaps.

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