1 Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing

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Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing

Written by Judy Blume

Illustrated by Roy Doty

Reviewed by Kaitlyn M. (age 8)

Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing

This book is mostly about two brother, Peter Warren Hatcher and Fudge. Fudge mostly bothered Peter. He was annoying. One time Fudge went into Peter's room while he was gone to get Peter's pet turtle. That made Peter angry! Another way fudge was annoying was when he ate his mother's flowers. She was worried, and ended up calling the doctor to see if Fudge would be okay.

My favorite character in this book is Fudge because he makes me laugh. He is funny to me. When he swallowed Dribble, Peter's turtle, I felt surprised and I laughed. My favorite part was when Fudge swallowed his mom's flowers at the beginning because his mom was worried. She was always calling the doctor about him, even at the end. This story reminds me of my sister when she peed on the floor. Fudge's friend Jennie did that too, at Fudge's birthday party!

I recommend this book because it is laughable. This whole book is great! I think second and third graders should read this book.