by Judy Blume
Reviewed by Josh F. (age 10)
Josh F. is a student in Miss Guyer's 4th Grade through 5th Grade Class
Have you ever heard of a boy named Fudge? If you haven't you should read Fudge-A-Mania. It's about a family who decides to go to Maine for a vacation and they move in with the Tubmens. In that family there's Mrs. and Mr. Hatcher and two boys named Fuge and Peter. My favorite part of the book is when Peter swallowed a fly. In the story Fudge calls Peter "pete-ta". It reminds me of my little brother Michel because he calls me Jas.
One of my favorite characters in the book is Fudge's bird Uncle feather. It's one of those birds who can repeat words. I like it when it says "Hellow Stupid".
The book made me feel like laughing out loud. The book Fudge-A-Mania also made me feel excited at the same time. I really liked the book. I recommend this book to people who love to laugh and who like Judy Blume books. People of all ages should read Fudge-A-Mania. It's a good book for both boys and girls.