Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing

Written by Judy Blume • Illustrated by Roy Doty

Reviewed by Cimmeron G. (age 7)

This book is about Peter and Fudge. Fudge is a brat to Peter because he colored all over his poster and Peter had to do another one. Another time, Fudge had a big fit at the toy store because he wanted the same shoes as Peter. Fudge did something really wrong at the end. You have to read it to find out what it was!

Fudge reminds me of my little cousin because when I lay down, he crawls on me. He also reminds me of my brother. He's almost a year old and he crawls up the couch and lets go and falls, like when Fudge fell off the monkey bars. I liked the pictures because when Fudge wouldn't eat and his dad poured his food on him, you could see how it looked in the picture. My favorite part was when Fudge wouldn't ride the toddle bike. It is my favorite part because Fudge told the grown ups, "No ride bike! No!!! No!!! No!!!"

I recommend this story because it is outrageous. The fourth graders and up could read this book.

Cimmeron G. is a student in Mrs. Weidemann's 2nd Grade Class
2004-2005