Tales of a Fourth Grade NothingThe book is hilarious and adventurous, because is a story of a little kid named Fudge who is always getting into trouble for doing silly things. His parents and brother have to handle these situations This is a funny story about Peter and his little brother Fudge. Fudge is a trouble-maker. He does all kinds of crazy things. My favorite part is when Fudge smears mashed potatoes on the wall. It is
Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing
Look Inside. Mar 27, Minutes Middle Grade Buy. Apr 12, Minutes Middle Grade Buy. Mar 27, Minutes Middle Grade Apr 12, Minutes Middle Grade Celebrate 45 years of Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing! Two is a crowd when Peter and his little brother, Fudge, are in the same room.
At least that seems to be the case for Peter Hatcher, the long-suffering protagonist and narrator of Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing Peter's life is pretty great: he has loving parents, good friends, and he lives in an apartment building with the best elevator in New York City. But there's one big problem mucking up that cool existence: the aforementioned younger brother, Fudge. Yep, his little brother's name is Fudge. And no, he's not an imaginary friend made of chocolate. Because Fudge is such a handful, Peter's mom is always asking him to help her take care of him. Throughout the book, the very real two-year-old Fudge comes up with one way after another to make Peter's life miserable.
Peter Hatcher has an almost-three-year-old brother named Fudge, who not only receives all their parents' attention, but gets away with everything. The only time Peter likes him is when Fudge is sleeping, sucking his thumb and making a slurping sound. Peter walks home to his family's apartment on New York City's West 68th Street from a birthday party with a special prize: he's won a real live baby turtle, and he's already named it Dribble. One night Mr. Hatcher, who works in advertising, invited his client, president of the Juicy-O juice company, and his wife over for dinner.
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by Judy Blume
Although Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great features many of the same characters as the series, it does not fit exactly in the continuity of it because, as a spin-off , it only focuses on Peter's classmate who later becomes his marital cousin , Sheila Tubman. Originally, the book featured illustrations by Roy Doty , but all post reprints of it have omitted the pictures. The story focuses on a nine-year-old boy named Peter Warren Hatcher and his relationship with his two-and-a-half-year-old brother, Farley Drexel "Fudge" Hatcher. Farley hates the sound of his legal name, and prefers Fudge for any and all occasions. Peter becomes frustrated with Fudge because he often disturbs Dribble, Peter's pet turtle , which Peter won at his best friend Jimmy Fargo's birthday party. Furthermore, Fudge throws nonstop temper tantrums, goes through a finicky phase of abstaining from eating altogether, and emulates Peter's behavior, throwing tantrums if it is prohibited. Nevertheless, their parents dote on Fudge, to Peter's anger and frustration.