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posted by 10643771 on December 25, 2011Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 28, 2011
Posted September 29, 2010
a good book
in early August of the year that the Hatchers moved back to their Manhattan apartment from Princeton. Peter Hatcher is still 12-years-old, his sister Tamara Roxanne 'Tootsie' Hatcher is now 1 years old, and his brother Farley Drexel 'Fudge' Hatcher is now 5-years-old -- and Fudge is still a big pain in the neck. For some reason, Fudge wants to 'marry' Peter's sworn enemy, Sheila Tubman, who lives in the same apartment building that Peter and Fudge live in.Peter's parents Anne and Warren announce that the two week vacation that they'll be going on in Southwest Harbor, Maine has been expanded to three weeks, and the bad part about it is that the Hatchers will be sharing a vacation house with Sheila, her 15-year-old sister Libby, and her parents Jean and Buzz, and her grandfather Buzzy Senior. Anne's mother, Grandma Muriel, will also be along for the vacation. Peter's best friend Jimmy Fargo and Jimmy's father Frank Fargo, who both live in the same apartment building as Peter and Fudge, will be joining the vacation for the last 11 days of it, and Peter wonders how he's going to tell Jimmy that they're sharing a vacation house with the Tubmans.This book features almost everyone who was ever introduced in the first two books of the Fudge series, plus a few new characters who did not appear in the previous Fudge books. It seems that in this book, Peter starts retaliating against Fudge just a little more often than he did in the first two books. It's always fun to read the scenes between Peter and those who annoy him.
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