SuperfudgeBook - 1980
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KidAtHeart thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 12
maroon_baboon_181 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 8 and 15
violet_butterfly_3520 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 12
yellow_cheetah_186 thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and under
Other: Peter plans to run away from home, but never goes through with it. Fudge tries to spell whiskey. Fudge screams, whines and throws rocks at Peter and Alex when he doesn’t get permission to go to the lake with them. Fudge and Daniel head to Sandy’s bakery without permission or telling anyone.
Coarse Language: Peter spoke rudely to others. Henry called Fudge “that little devil”. Fudge calls Mrs. Hildebrandt “Rat Face”. Uncle Feather says, "Bonjour, stupid!"
Violence: “Fudge” was smacked on his back for covering “Tootsie” in stamps. He said it didn’t hurt. Then, his mom asked him if he wanted a more painful blow. Peter agreed with smacking "Fudge". Elaine said she only hits boys her age. She punched Alex. Jimmy liked hockey, because compared to football it's bloodier and has more fights. 4 hockey players got in a fight. Jimmy yelled, “Kill… kill…”
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Superfudge is a Judy Blume book that tells about a boy named Peter. Peter has a little brother named Fudge. Peter thinks Fudge is a real pest. He finds out his mom is having a baby and they are moving to Princeton for the year. Peter got really mad but then realizes the baby and Princeton were not that bad after all.
In the book, Fudge and Peter went to Maine with Sheila Tubman for three weeks. Sheila is Peter's enemy.
My favourite character is Fudge because he is really funny.
My favourite part is when Fudge decides to marry Sheila so he would not have to worry about monsters anymore.
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