Tales of A Fourth Grade Nothing
From Library Staff
A light, humorous story about Pete Hatcher and his troubles with his cantankerous two-and-a-half-year-old brother. The tale continues in Superfudge, where the two, now a little older, move with their family to Princeton for a year. --Booklist
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So my father had to pull him off the toddle bike, Fudge kicked and kept screaming and I'll bet Mr. Vincent was sorry he ever spotted my brother in the first place.
I thought Mr. Yarby had a lot of nerve to hint that we had no manners. didn't I pretend to like there dumb old picture dictionary? if that isn't good manners then I don't know what is.
I don't know why my mother bothered talking to him like he was a normal person, because when Fudge get's himself into a temper tantrum he doesn't listen to anythng
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Fudge doing things peter does not like so peter always has to show fudge how to do things. by michael
Peter has what every family seems to have, a very annoying little brother named fudge. Fudge who was given this nickname because he hated his birth name so much, was the kid brother that always bothered Peter but he took the cake when he ate Petter's pet turtle and had to be rushed to the hospital. He turned out to be ok and Peter got a new dog named turtle in loving memory of his turtle.
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