by Judy Blume
Reviewed by Austin S. (age 9)
Austin S. is a student in Mrs. Weidemann's 2nd/3rd Grade Class
This book is the sequel to "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing". In this book, Fudge is five and Peter is twelve. They both have new friends. Fudge's friend was Daniel, and Peter's friend was Alex. Fudge got a new bike and learned how to ride it. Peter loves a girl in his class named Joanne. Their mom had a new baby. The baby's name was Tootsie. In this book Fudge was still the same. He was always bad.
This book is funny. I liked it a lot. It made me laugh. I liked how Fudge talked when he copied everyone. My favorite part was when Peter and Joanne were under the mistletoe. I know how it feels to be in love like Peter. My favorite person was Peter. I liked him because I know how it is to be bugged by a little brat! My little cousin is just like Fudge!
I think other people of any age would like this book so I recommend it. It will make them laugh.