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Superfudge Judy Blume For Larry, without whom there would be no Fudge, and for all my readers who have asked for anothe. Superfudge is a children's novel by Judy Blume, published in It is the sequel to Superfudge by Judy Blume - PDF free download eBook. Find great deals. Super Fudge. By: Judy Blume. Chapter 1: Guess What, Peter? Peter learns that his mom is having a new baby and worse yet she's four months along! Peter is.
Crooks 5. Cutchie-Chutchie-Coo Fudge is curious about how babies are made and in token Fudge fashion he throws himself into learning about it wholeheartedly. This Too Shall Pass 5. My La La Melody More information. James More information. Chapter 3: Write a Review.
Their mom and dad are preoccupied with the baby, and Peter has Turtle, a new friend and his mysterious Kreskin s crystal while Fudge is still struggling with becoming a middle child and adjusting to a new environment. He starts getting up in the middle of the night and sleeping in front of his parents door. Peter starts school and is resentful of having to walk Fudge to school. As a sixth grader, he wants to ride his bike to school with Alex, like a true sixth grader.
Fudge is just starting Kindergarten and is excited to begin. Fudge tries to keep up with Peter and Alex on their bikes, but when he can t Peter scoops him up and lets him ride on the handle bars. Peter likes his new teacher Mr. Bogner and notices a pretty girl named Joanne McFadden.
He is later. Hildebrand Rat Face who will not call him Fudge. She also enforces a structured environment that Fudge can not conform to; he tells everyone that he wants to be a bird. However, Mr. Green, the principal, seems to understand that Fudge is an unusual boy with an unusual imagination who needs to explore. Green transfers Fudge into Ms.
Ziff s class and as Fudge enters the class she is reading his favorite story, Arthur the Anteater. Chapter 7: A Very Cultured Bird Fudge decides that he wants a bird and his parents decide to allow it. Fudge is excited that he too has a pet of his very own.
He is slowly adjusting to not being the baby of the family. He even asks his parents if he can bring Tootsie for show and tell so he can repeat his lecture on How Babies are Made. Fudge s teacher will allow it but Mr. Green says no. At Grandma s house, the family discusses what type of bird Fudge will get. Peter suggests a myna bird because he can teach it how to talk. Peter s parents are not too thrilled by this prospect for obvious reasons, but Fudge is determined to get the myna bird so he can teach it to talk and it, in turn, can teach him how to fly.
Peter and Grandma have a wonderful time with Tootsie by singing and dancing with her. Peter is embarrassed that his parents and brother catch him doing so, but realizes that no one seems to think it odd.
Both brothers are growing and changing and coming to love their baby sister.
Fudge s one word songs are slowly maturing into real ones. The songs reflect what is happening at the time he creates them and they even keep proper time and rhyme. The bird is a fast learner and Fudge has really taken to him. He no longer sleeps in the hallway outside his parents room because Uncle Feather needs him. Fudge still struggling with being the middle child accuses Grandma of only coming to see. He tells Peter that Peter doesn t need as much attention because he s in the sixth grade; this annoys Peter.
Fudge takes Uncle Feather to class for show and tell. Chapter 8: Naturally Fortified Halloween is around the corner and the family is getting closer and closer. Peter notices that every time Fudge laughs, Tootsie laughs too. Although Peter s dad has elected to take a year off to spend more time with the boys, he has immersed himself in researching material for his book.
Fudge, who is fascinated by commercials and their jingles, learns that you can t believe everything you see on T. Peter finds out his parents know that Jimmy s father is doing so well and they haven t told him which makes him angry. He also finds out that his mom is going back to work instead of studying art history like she planned to.
He blames his father and his book and becomes angry with his father over it. Peter calls Jimmy and they get in another argument. Both boys are having a hard time adjusting to their new lives.
Jimmy is adjusting to his father s new found success, the fairly recent divorce of his parents and the loss of his best friend. The painting Peter saw was painted after Jimmy s parents got divorced and their discussion of it causes Jimmy to yell at Peter and hang up on him. Peter calls on Halloween and apologizes for bringing up the painting.
Peter, Fudge and Alex head off trick or treating together. Fudge is a ghost, Alex is the painting Anita s Anger and Peter snags Fudge s silly nose and glasses as a last minute costume. The kids arrive at Mrs. Muldour s house and Fudge flat out asks if she eats worms. She pretends that she does because they are naturally fortified with vitamins, and Fudge believes her.
She gives the boys delicious worm cookies and sends home extras for the family. Fudge gives a cookie to his mom who exclaims that the recipe is. We learn that the art seller, Beverly, is Mrs. Mouldour s Chapter 9: Superfudge Fudge has made a new friend named Daniel who is pretty smart like Fudge, is very interested in science and has an odd habit of ending statements with you want to make something of it?
Daniel is very particular about his routine i. We find out that Fudge was in a bike commercial before. Tootsie learns how to crawl and is soon able to pull herself up on the furniture in a standing position. Peter and Fudge react to her new exploration in different ways. Peter closes the door so she can t come in and Fudge demands that she be put in the playpen and proceeds to step on her arm. Jimmy has come to visit and is excited to see how Tootsie has grown, is fascinated by Uncle Feather and meets Peter s new friend Alex.
The trio is asked to take Fudge and Daniel to see Superman at the movies. It becomes obvious that Alex is a little jealous of Jimmy and Jimmy is a little jealous of Alex. They run into Beverly and Peter thinks that she and Jimmy s dad might like each other and thinks about arranging a meeting. They also run into Joanne Peter s school crush , Sharon and Elaine.
Elaine, who likes to punch boys, tells Daniel to stick him up when he barks his token line which causes him to cower and Alex to come to his defense. Elaine punches him in the gut and after their encounter everyone shuffles into the movie. Joanne and Peter hold hands during the movie and Alex and Jimmy bond over teasing Peter about being in love. Peter feels left out now that his two friends are getting along so well and Fudge has decided that he is a super hero.
Chapter Santa Who? Peter again feels left out by his dad who continues to give his projects a lot of attention. Thanksgiving has just passed but Fudge is already writing a letter to Santa. Peter decides to help him. Fudge tells Santa that he wants a red two-wheel bike just like Peter s. The letter is given to their dad who promises to mail it. Peter, who has never believed in Santa, thinks it s a mistake to let Fudge and Tootsie believe in him.
Although, this seems to come from his subconscious wish to have been able to believe in him. At three he saw his parents put the presents under the tree and never believed again. Everyone writes a letter to Santa Claus; Daniel calls Fudge stupid for believing in Santa and for asking him if people who celebrate Hanukah have a Hanukah fairy. Peter and Joanne exchange an awkward kiss under the mistletoe at school.
Fudge gets just what he wants for Christmas and is ecstatic. Peter tells Fudge that he ll teach him how to ride his new bike. Fudge later confides to Peter that he never believed in Santa; that he pretended to believe because that s what his parents wanted him to.
This confidence brings the two of them together. Peter understands that his brother is a lot more complicated than what he appears to be. Catastrophes Peter s dad talks less about his book and more about cooking. He has also started taking Jimmy and Peter to hockey games. Peter finds out that Jimmy is seeing the school psychologist about his pent up anger about the divorce and his new obsession with violence he yells kill, kill at the players during games. Jimmy warns Peter to look out for signs of divorce as it s a catastrophe.
Tootsie has her first birthday and has learned how to walk and Fudge is learns how to ride his bike. He rides his bike to school, but crashes into the bike rack. The school has a guest speaker, Brian Tumkin, an author of children s literature. He talks to him and holds his hand throughout their conversation, then asks the audience is anyone can see him.
Fudge raises his hand and is asked to come up to the stage. Brian asks Fudge to describe Uriah and he gives a detailed description of a portly balding man who walks like a duck; it turns out to be Mr. Green the principal. While on stage Fudge manages to use three of the big words his brother always uses. When Mr. Green walks on stage to ask if he can hang the autographed picture in his office, Fudge says Was this a catastrophe? Green laughs and says no, but he s sure Fudge will try harder in the future.
Tootsie Speaks Out Fudge tricks Peter into thinking that he s late for school; but it turns out its actually Saturday. Peter changes Tootsie s dirty diaper and Tootsie exclaims yuck at her stinky diaper, but Peter doesn t notice. Then he catches Fudge and holds him upside down until he promises not to trick him like that again. Peter and Alex make a picnic and went to the lake; Fudge threw a tantrum because the boys wouldn t take him.
When the boys return they find out that Fudge and Daniel are missing. Each mom thinks the boys are at the other parent s house.
Turns out the boys emptied their piggy banks, rode their bikes to the deli, shared a sandwich and then went to the shop next door to buy brownies. The boys call home and are picked up. Peter suggests that their bikes are taken away as punishment and the parents adopt the punishment.
Fudge announces that his punishment isn t fair because Peter tried to run away and that his dad ran away by moving to Princeton. Their dad refutes this and announces that the family can either stay in Princeton or move back to the city. When asked what the family wants to do about their living arrangements, Tootsie exclaims yuck! The family decides to move back to the Big Apple, just in time for Tootsie to start talking.
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Connect With Us. Sign In Desktop Site. And if this baby is anything like Fudge—help! How will Peter ever survive? Read all these books featuring your favorite characters: And, according to his older brother Peter, the biggest pain ever invented. Among other things. He is far from overjoyed at the turn the family fortunes are taking.
And it also looks as if Fudge will no longer be the baby of the family. How will Peter ever survive if his new sibling is a carbon copy of Fudge? Sometimes life in the Hatcher household is enough to make twelve-year-old Peter think about running away. If you ask Peter, Fudge is just an older — and bigger — pain. Then Peter learns that his mom is going to have a baby and the whole family is moving to Princeton for a year.
It will be bad enough starting sixth grade in a strange place and going to the same school as Fudge. But Peter can imagine something even worse. How will he ever survive if the new baby is a carbon copy of Fudge? Judy Blume spent her childhood in Elizabeth, New Jersey, making up stories inside her head.