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Superfudge

Superfudge
 

The sequel to TALES OF A FOURTH GRADE NOTHING in which Fudge's nose is put considerably out of joint by the arrival of a baby sister.

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ISBN 9780174324973
Published 1 December 1992 by Pearson Education
Format Hardback, New edition
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Author(s) By Blume, Judy
Series M Books
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ISBN-13 9780174324973
ISBN-10 0174324979
Stock Out of stock
Status Out of print
Publisher Pearson Education
Imprint Nelson ELT
Publication Date 1 December 1992
Publication Country United Kingdom United Kingdom
Format Hardback, New edition
Edition New edition
Author(s) By Blume, Judy
Series M Books
Category Fiction (Child / Teen)
English Literature: Fiction Texts
Number of Pages 141
Dimensions Height: 230mm
Weight Not specified - defaults to 1,000g
Interest Age 9-11 years
Reading Age 9-11 years
NBS Text School Textbooks & Study Guides: Literature, Arts & Humanities
ONIX Text Primary and secondary/elementary and high school
Dewey Code 813.54
Catalogue Code Not specified

Description of this Book

The sequel to TALES OF A FOURTH GRADE NOTHING in which Fudge's nose is put considerably out of joint by the arrival of a baby sister.

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Awards, Reviews & Star Ratings

US Review In Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing (1972), Peter Hatcher's amusing tales were really all about his two-and-a-half-year-old brother Fudge. Now Peter is in sixth grade and Fudge, at four, is still the star of the family comedy - this despite the arrival of Tootsie, whom Peter anticipates with outrage and dismay and Fudge receives with characteristic manifestations of sibling displacement. When Fudge can't sell Tootsie or give her away, he covers her with trading stamps in hopes of exchanging her. And when he's not tampering with Tootsie, Fudge is terrorizing his kindergarten teacher or embarrassing the principal (and, indirectly, his older brother) at a school assembly. Peter, on the sidelines, has a few less dramatic experiences of his own - eating a neighbor's worm cookies is about the wildest - but his wry reporting of Fudge's doings gives the story his stamp, and through it all he manages to give the impression that he has a life of his own. Like Tales. . . ., this is light as Uncle Feather (that's Fudge's pet myna bird), reads like a breeze, and bubbles with fourth-grade-level humor. (Kirkus Reviews)

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