Fudge-a-ManiaSo many memories. 3.5 stars.Read this series AGES ago as a kid and I looooved Fudge Re read this one on my lunch break today it is that short and yes, I m a fast reader and yup, still good I forever laugh at the She thinks Uncle Feathers is a my uncle Why would she think that Because you never specified he was a bird exchange Oh this book, still holds up to the test of time. From Judy Blume, Bestselling Author Of Tales Of A Fourth Grade Nothing Fans Young And Old Will Laugh Out Loud At The Irrepressible Wit Of Peter Hatcher, The Hilarious Antics Of Mischievous Fudge, And The Unbreakable Confidence Of Know It All Sheila Tubman In Judy Blume S Five Fudge Books Brand New Covers Adorn These Perennial Favorites, And Will Entice A Whole New Generation Of Fudge And Judy Blume Fans As A Kid, Judy Blume Was My Favorite Author, And Tales Of A Fourth Grade Nothing Was My Favorite Book Jeff Kinney, Author Of The Bestselling Wimpy Kid Series Although reading about the Hatchers and the Tubmans being on vacation together in Maine has actually not been quite as horrible and as terrible as I originally had feared, I still cannot claim that I have found the fourth instalment of Judy Blume s Fudge series all that enjoyable and yes, I am personally also very glad that I have finally read and reviewed Fudge a Mania and will hopefully not have to ever revisit it again, except perhaps for academic purposes For sorry and truth be told, that the Tubmans and especially supremely annoying and aggravating Sheila Tubman have such a prominent presence and makes constant appearances in Fudge a Mania and that at first Fudge Hatcher actually keeps talking about wanting to marry Sheila Tubman has neither been entertaining nor even remotely interesting, as honestly, Sheila Tubman is as much of a nasty little pain and as ridiculously and strangely, for no good reason full of herself in Fudge a Mania as she is in Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great, and yes indeed, even Peter Hatcher seems to get increasingly on my nerves in Fudge a Mania with his constant squabbles with Sheila and his rather one sidedness with regard to baseball, not to mention that Fudge himself is still in every way as undisciplined and as lacking in basic common sense and manners as ever and sadly, that the parents, that Mr and Mrs Hatcher still do not really ever attempt to reign Fudge in a bit and are actually even kind of dropping the proverbial ball with regard to their toddler daughter Tootsie who is obviously considerably too often left unsupervised As indeed, while the episode of little Tootsie walking all over Frank Fargo s prepared art canvas and leaving colourful baby footprints all over it has a happy and perhaps even a financially lucrative conclusion, if one considers that professional art paint is or at least can be extremely toxic, the lack of adequate parental supervision that I do constantly and regularly see and notice with the Hatcher parents and in particular towards both Fudge and now also towards Tootsie, it really does make me shake my head in consternation and to also realise that aside from the wedding episode and myself being very happy that Buzzy Tubman and Peter, Fudge and Tootsie s grandmother have found each other and have decided to get married, no matter what their respective families might say and fear, I cannot really say that I have personally enjoyed any of the other presented episodes and scenarios which Judy Blume gives us in Fudge a Mania enough to grant than a grudging two stars maximum. A month ago I read Fudge a Mania in English without using a dictionary The book is my American friend s recommendation She suggested to me that the author s books are good for me to read It was very true She has written a bunch of books for children Even thought I read the only one, it was very interesting, and I really enjoyed it.It s bit difficult for mature English learners to find some interesting books for children in English I d love to recommend the author s books for mature learners.While I was in America last month, I bought some of her books at a second hand book store Current, I ve been reading The Bridges of Madison County After finishing reading it, I d love to read all her books that I bought in America. After reading this book I was rather disappointed I assume that in the eyes of a 3rd or 4th grader it might be humorous and entertaining However, to me it was just too dramatic and the story was so packed together and I felt like the characters never really has any time to develop It was about a young boy and the summer trip that his family decides to go on They travel up to Maine and share a house with their next door neighbors who have daughter that is the main character s enemy All of the activities that the families do together are very briefly described and the main character s view point I felt was really weak and not very informative The only reason I would recommend this book to a child would be so that they could have practice reading, I would not recommend it for entertainment. Very funny Think about going on a vacation with your worst enemy on top of that sleeping in the same house for 2 whole weeks and a total 14 days that is exactly what pete thinks So you want to find what happen pick up the book and I bet you will not want to put this book down ever and I mean ever. I sort of missed the Judy Bloom craze during my early years, and I am tired of missing out in these reminiscing conversations So I will slowly catch up This book was randomly left in a cottage in Canadian Cottage Country, so I snatched it up I like the perspective and wholesome antics Next Are You There, God Guess what, Pete my brother, Fudge, said I m getting married tomorrow I looked up from my baseball cards Isn t this kind of sudden I asked, since Fudge is only five, No, he said Well who s the lucky bride Sheila Tubman, Fudge said.I hit the floor, pretending to have fainted dead away I did a good job of it because Fudge started shaking me and shouting, Get up, PeteLoved it so much and laughed so hard Judy Blume knows how to make us do both Since I skipped two in the Fudge series, Toothsie was a surprise Fudge is my all time hero I wish he d never grow bigger Had picked it up for a quick refreshment and it sure proved one. 4.5 rounded downFudge is getting older I can t stand it Fudgie, I want you back, you little monster No Pee tahs any

Judy Blume spent her childhood in Elizabeth, New Jersey, making up stories inside her head She has spent her adult years in many places doing the same thing, only now she writes her stories down on paper Adults as well as children will recognize such Blume titles as Are You There God It s Me, Margaret Blubber Just as Long as We re Together and the five book series about the irrepressible Fu

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  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • Fudge-a-Mania
  • Judy Blume
  • English
  • 01 September 2017
  • 9780142408773

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