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Posted September 29, 2011
Book Review Outline: Supperfudge
Book title and author: Superfudge by Judy Blume
Title of review: Michael Brock's Overview of Superfudge
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Sometimes life in the Hatcher household is enough to make 12-year-old Peter think about running away. His worst problem is still his younger brother, Fudge. If you ask Peter, Fudge is just an older and bigger pain.
Description and summary of main points
The story is about four-year-old Fudge whose family has given him an increased vocabulary. Due to that fact, he knows where babies come from and plans to be a bird when he grows up. According to his older brother, Peter, he is the biggest pain ever invented, but is loved all the same.
Superfudge was weak in some places but overall it was a good book. You cannot put it down in some places. In some places and in others, it was like what am I reading.
Fudge is just as wild and as ever, even as he enters Kindergarten. Life in New Jersey has its hilarious difficulties for Peter and Fudge as they meet new friends and manage their new sibling roles with baby sister Tootsie on the scene. With the conclusion, being that he is not real. Fudge also brags to anyone who will listen that he knows where babies come from.
Your final review
Supperfudge was a very good book. The book supperfudge was not like any book I ever read. It was very strong and interesting in most places. It is all about the life of a boy that has to cope with very pain in the butt siblings.
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Posted October 10, 2011
Peter is moving to princeton and leaving new york behind! Will peter ever move back to new york find out when you read superfudge!
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