Double Fudge

Written by Judy Blume

Reviewed by Neissa R. (age 9)

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Double Fudge is about Fudge meeting his lost relative who has the same name as him, Farley Drexel Hatcher. Fudge is always annoying to his brother Peter. Peter thinks one Fudge is enough and now there are two Fudges. Will Peter survive? Read the book to find out.

I felt sad for Peter to have another trouble. My favorite part is when Fudge saw his lost relative because I love it when family see one another. This story makes me remember my lost relative. I think this book shows a lesson that even if you don't know that you have a lost relative, some day God will bring them to you.

I recommend this book to 9-13 year olds and people who have found their lost relative may also enjoy it. People like Peter who have an annoying little brother may also enjoy this book. I encourage you to read Double Fudge! You will laugh very hard.

Neissa R. is a student in Miss Borg's 3rd Grade Class
2011-2012