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Paperback Superfudge Book

ISBN: 0142408808

ISBN13: 9780142408803


(Book #3 in the Fudge Series)

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Book Overview

Part of the classic Fudge series from Judy Blume, bestselling author of Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing!Farley Drexel Hatcher—otherwise known as Fudge—thinks he’s a superhero, but his older brother, Peter, knows Fudge is nothing but a big pain! Dealing with Fudge is hard enough, but now Peter’s parents have decided to move to New Jersey for an entire year! Even worse, Peter’s mom is going to have a new baby. And if this baby is anything like Fudge—help!...

Customer Reviews

6 ratings

One of my childhood favorites

Continuations of Henry and his brother SuperFudge.

one Fudge is enough

This is the sequel to "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing", which continues the Hatcher's story. They have a new baby, Tootsie, and they spend the school year in Princeton, New Jersey

Awesome Book

'Superfudge' is the sequel to 'Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing,' another classic children's story. This book would make a great gift for an older child. A funny and wierd book about two brothers. Peter the oldest brother does not get any attention, while his brother, Fudge, is wild and spoiled. Twelve-year-old Peter Hatcher and his family are moving to Princeton for a year. Peter and his brother Fudge don't always get along. Their mother is going to have a baby soon, adding more uncertainty to their lives. Will the baby be like Fudge? What could be worse for Peter? The story moves quickly, keeping the reader's attention, and is filled with humor. The reader will definitely appreciate Blume's talent for writing a good tale.

Super Fudge is a GREAT book!

Super Fudge is a great book. It's about a kid named Fudge and his sister and brother. His brother's name is Peter. His sister's name is tootsie. The story is about all three of them moving to Princeton for a year. They have some trouble getting used to it, and the same kind of trouble with the school. They both make new friends. Alex, Peter's friend lives right across the street. Fudge's friend's name is Daniel. They like to go down to the lake for fun. I recommend this book for kids who like funny books.

Superfudge, updated for the 21st Century

This is a very funny book. It's pretty good for those who are nervous about moving away from their friends. This book also introduces us to some new characters: Tamara Roxanne, their new baby sister, a.k.a. Tootsie, and no she isn't really like Fudge; Uncle Feather, Fudge's pet myna bird with his catchphrase, "Bonjour, stupid!"; Beverly, a tall beautiful woman, nicknamed "Giraffe Neck" by Peter, she eventually proposes to Frank Fargo in "Double Fudge." Did I mention the divorce? In this, Jimmy Fargo's parents get divorced. But I think it was odd for Judy to have Frank go from an actor to an artist. We never found out much about his acting career (though Jimmy can do many foreign accents), but his painting career will make him famous in the later books. The divorce becomes a serious subject, too. Plus, I'd like to note about the "Santa" thing. I read this after I stopped believing in Santa, so it was understandable. If you're a teacher reading this to kids, I reccommend you skip over the fake Santa stuff. It would've been ruder if the whole chapter was just "THERE IS NO SANTA CLAUS" over and over again. Also, if you read this in the 80s and 90s, I'd like to warn ya something. There have been many updates to make this modernized for the 21st century, and there is a bit of new content added. In the original, the mother cannot eat peanut butter for she is allergic to nuts. In this updated version, the mom is allergic to tree nuts, but she can still eat peanut butter. In both versions, Peter quotes, "Without peanut butter, I might starve." Plus, all references to records and phonographs are gone; they were replaced with CDs and tapes. Plus, in the original, Fudge says, "I watch 'The Muppet Show,' 'Sesame Street' and 'The Electric Company.'" In the updated one, Fudge says "I watch Nickelodeon and the Cartoon Network." (Currently Cartoon Network is a pretty lousy channel; they got rid of classic Scooby-Doo and now they air live action content!) But back to the main topic, Peter's Christmas list was changed, too. It originally listed that he wanted a clock radio, a pocket calculator (which his Grandma gives to him, rather than "Santa"), a stereo for his room, six albums and a remote-controlled model airplane. The modern version's Christmas list asks for a clock radio, a remote-controlled model airplane, a laptop computer, an MP3 player and six CDs. (Grandma's gift to Peter is a check.) This would be great for first-time readers who want to read this story, and I'm sure the old fans might be aggrivated or delighted at the new content.


This book makes you go wacky! It starts out with Fudge wanting to talk and play with someone. He askes his mother and father can he have a pet to play with because no one else wants to play with him. His mother and father says they will get him a bird. When go to the pet store Fudge gets to pick it out.If you continue reading you will find out the crazy things Fudge gets into with the bird. Critic:Eric
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