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Double Fudge by Judy Blume
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Oct 21, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: realistic-fiction

This book by Judy Blume brings back the return of Peter Hatcher and his little brother, Fudge. In this comical storyline, they come across distant cousins from Hawaii who unexpectedly encounter each other while on vacation in Washington, D.C to visit the Bureau of Printing and Engraving and fulfill Fudge's obsession with money. The Hatcher family ends up inviting themselves to stay in New York City with Peter's family, and ends up in a story full of slapstick antics with a cousin who acts almost like another 'Fudge.'

With Judy Blume's first Fudge book arriving on the shelves many years ago, I wondered if it would live up to its' previous reputation. I really enjoyed it and think this book is definitely a great choice for anyone in need of a laugh. The realistic charactistics of each character only add to the silliness. Fudge is definitely quite the child. I will definitely be adding this book to my library.

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