Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing

Written by Judy Blume
Illustrated by Roy Doty

Reviewed by Maggie S. (age 10)

Have you ever had an annoying little brother? Well, if you have it's probably not as annoying as this one. This is about a ten year old boy named Peter, and his little brother, Fudge. Fudge is two years old and can probably do anything a ten year old can do! Maybe your little brother just crawls around and looks cute, but Fudge runs around like a maniac and causes all kinds of trouble. Find out what Fudge does to ruin Peter's life!

I liked Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing because there are funny parts, like when Fudge eats Peter's pet turtle! I thought Fudge was very interesting because he could do more than any other two year old could. When I was reading the book I felt kind of bad for Peter because he probably had to keep his room off limits to Fudge because Fudge is so mischievous. Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing is similar to another book by Judy Blume called Double Fudge. Both of these books are funny and exciting.

I recommend Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing to everyone who likes books with mischief and comedy.

Maggie S. is a student in Mrs. Salewski's 5th & 6th Grade Class