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Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing

a book about a boy with an annoying little brother and how he survives.

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Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing

  • Jul 2, 2010
When I read this book, I felt bad for Peter, because he has to put up with his annoying little brother getting all the attention. I wouldn't like it if I had a brother that got lots of attention and presents, and I got barely any attention and bad presents just because I was older.

I would recommend this book to anyone who has a younger brother, so they can compare their brother to Fudge. They might even have a more annoying brother!

This story takes place in New York City.
This is about a boy with an obnoxious brother who always messes everything up for Peter.

By the end of the book, Peter went through the pain his pet turtle dying.

The theme is that even though someone annoys you all the time, you still love them.
There is a little sarcasm used by Peter.

The message is that little brothers can be annoying but you still love them.

This is a chapter book.

There is no movie for this book, but there should be one.

There are no illustrations in this book.

Fudge is based on the author’s cousin (I think).
The most important fact in this book is that little brothers can be annoying.

There are many books about a sibling that is very obnoxious.

Pros- saves paper, Cons- none

You can find other peoples opinions about younger siblings on the internet.

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Quick Tip by . July 04, 2010
love this one
Quick Tip by . July 02, 2010
Great book for kids. I can't even begin to remember how many times I read this book as a child. Just bought it for my 7 year old son and we are reading it again. Fudge is great!
review by . August 03, 2008
When I seen this was about a child my sons age with a sibling my daighters age, I had to get it for him. He read it in two days, he loved it that much! Many times he told me what the little sibling did now, and how he ate his turtle, and other funny stuff. This was a book he definitly enjoyed and will read again!
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Passed on from babysitters to their young charges, from big sisters to little brothers, and from parents to children,Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothingand its cousins (Superfudge,Fudge-a-mania, andOtherwise Known as Sheila the Great) have entertained children since they first appeared in the early 1970s. The books follow Peter Hatcher, his little brother Fudgie, baby sister Tootsie, their neighbor Sheila Tubman, various pets, and minor characters through New York City and on treks to suburbs and camps.

Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing is the first of these entertaining yarns. Peter, because he's the oldest, must deal with Fudgie's disgusting cuteness, his constant meddling with Peter's stuff, and other grave offenses, one of which is almost too much to bear. All these incidents are presented with the unfailing ear and big-hearted humor of the masterful Judy Blume. Though some of her books for older kids have aroused controversy, the Hatcher brothers and their adventures remain above the fray, where they belong. (Peter's in fourth grade, so the book is suitable for kids ages 8 and older.) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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ISBN-10: 0142408816
ISBN-13: 978-0142408810
Author: Judy Blume
Genre: Children's Books
Publisher: Puffin
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