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  Author(s) & Illustrator(s): Judy Blume

  Edition: Paperback -- Plot Summary and Book Review

Superfudge (Paperback)    

  • Superfudge by Judy Blume is a humorous story about families and sibling rivalry and friendship. In this sequel to "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing", life is changing for 12-year-old Peter and 4-year-old Fudge. They are moving from New York City to Princeton, NJ, and the Hatcher family is having a new baby. Peter is upset that he has to leave his best friend Jimmy Fargo behind. Fudge is still full of antics; Peter doesn't want another sibling like Fudge. After moving to Princeton, Peter makes friends with Alex Santo, a boy who lives across the street. Just as life is looking up, Peter enters sixth grade in the same school Fudge starts kindergarten. Smart, lively and mischievous Fudge attends kindergarten a year early. This chapter book in the genre of realistic fiction is fast-paced, very funny, and has characters that kids can easily relate to. "Superfudge" appeals to children in 4th grade through 7th grade.
  • Reading Level: Children in 4th grade through 7th grade
  • Paperback, 192 pages
  • ISBN: 014240098X
  • Publisher: Puffin Books
  • Genres: Fiction - Humorous Stories, Realistic Fiction
  • Book Themes: Family, Friendship
  • Chapter Books

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