Fudge-a-mania, Volume 4

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Penguin, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 146 pages
Peter Hatcher's summer is not looking good.

First of all, Peter's brother Fudge -- the five-year-old human hurricane -- has a plan: to marry Peter's sworn enemy, Sheila Tubman. Disgusting! Could anything be worse?

Yes. Peter's parents have decided to rent a summer house next, door to the Tubman's. Which means Peter will be stuck with Fudge and Sheila the Cootie Queen for three whole weeks!

Will Peter be able to survive the summer? It may not be the vacation of Peter's dreams, but, as millions of Judy Blume fans know, it won't be dull. When Fudge is around, anything can happen... and does!

 

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User Review  - ashleytylerjohn - LibraryThing

I feel a bit silly giving it 4 stars--but it's just so gosh-darned genial I think I'd hurt its feelings at 3. Mostly its aspirations aren't that high, so it's like rating food trucks compared to ... Read full review

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Summary: Peter despises Sheila Tubman, especially now that his brother, Fudge, tells him that he wants to marry Sheila. For this reason, Fudge is very excited and looking forward to their family's ... Read full review

Contents

PETE AND FARLEY
6
THE MOST DISGUSTING OF THEM ALL
14
THE WORST NEWS OF THE CENTURY
22
UNCLE FEATHERS ADVENTURE 77
27
THE PERFECT BABYSITTER
41
THE BEST NEWS OF THE CENTURY 5 O 8 FUDGEAMANIA 5 8
58
DIZZY FROM IZZY
68
GREEN GURG LING GAS 7 q 1 THE I S A F CLUB q
102
BABY FEET 1 O 7
118
CAPTAIN FUDGE 1 11
121
THE RING BEAR
136
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Judy Blume is the enduringly popular author of more than twenty books for young readers. Over 75 million copies of her books have been sold, and the Fudge books are timeless classics. Among Ms. BlumeĀ's many awards are the Margaret A. Edwards Award for Lifetime Achievement and the 2004 National Book FoundationĀ's Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. She lives with her husband, George Cooper, in Key West, Florida.

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