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Author: Judy Blume
ISBN13: 978-0330350655
Title: Fudge-a-mania
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Language: English
Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Publisher: Macmillan Children's Books; New Ed edition (1996)
Pages: 144

Fudge-a-mania by Judy Blume

Fudge-a-mania, by Judy Blume. p. cm. Summary: Pete describes the family vacation in Maine with the Tubmans, highlighted by the antics of his younger brother, Fudge. Except in the United States of America, this book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not, by way of trade or otherwise, be lent, re-sold, hired out, or otherwise circulated without the publisher’s prior consent in any form of binding or cover other than that in which it is published and without a similar condition including this condition.

Fudge-a-Mania (2004). About book: This is the 3rd book of Judy Blume's moderately famous series of Fudge. Frankly I read about the series by the time I was ravaging through my Wimpy Kid box set and I took a note to read some of this series when I get a chance. So, why the 3rd book? Well, because when I happened to go to my usual place of book shopping my eyes got caught on this. As all book has a fundge in the name, I thought "What the fudge, at least I will know if others can be read or not". Now lets get to the book

Fudge is back-and driving his brother Peter crazy, as usual  . Judy Blume is a fantastically wonderful reader. I almost wish I had been introduced to these books by listening to them on audio book. Of course I only read books one and three when I was a kid. So I went back and listened to Ahoy there me mateys! I was looking for short audiobooks that fit certain time restrictions. I was having so much fun revisiting old books from me childhood that when I saw that Judy Blume herself narrates these I just had to give them a whirl. And I am so very glad I did. Judy Blume is a fantastically wonderful reader

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Part of the classic Fudge series from Judy Blume, bestselling author of Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing ! Peter Hatcher can’t catch a break.

Another seven years passed and Fudge's fans were begging again. But I didn't have an idea until George (my husband) and I rented a place in Southwest Harbor, Maine during the summer of 1989. As soon as we pulled up to the old shingled house and I saw the rope swing hanging from the tree, I imagined Sheila Tubman swinging on it and the idea came to meóPeter's family and Sheila's family would spend their summer vacation sharing a house in Maine

Fudge-a-Mania by Judy Blume A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name Lot 4 JUDY BLUME Book Double Fudge Superfudge Fudge Mania Fourth Grade Nothing. Freckle Juice By Judy Blume 1971 Weekly Reader Book. Condition is Very Good. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. 8 Beverly Cleary & Judy Blume book lot Boxed Set, Classroom, Children's books.

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Pete describes the family vacation in Maine with the Tubmans, highlighted by the antics of his younger brother Fudge.
Reviews: 7
FYI: The tell that Santa, the EB, the Tooth Fairy, etc. aren’t real in this book, so if your kid still believes, wait on this one. ????
Fudge-A-Mania was my favorite book ever and first Judy Blume book!

It’s a comedy about Peter and his CRAZY little brother, Fudge. In this book, Fudge is marrying Sheila Tubman, Peter’s sworn enemy. Sheila is twelve and Fudge is five!!! Peter also has to spend three weeks in Maine with Sheila, Fudge and their families!!! At least he can bring his best friend, Jimmy Fargo too survive Sheila.

You will find yourself laughing out loud now and then. I would recommend this to everyone! This was a amazing book!
I first read this series when I was a kid (I'm 40) and never forgot how greAt Judy Blume books are. I couldn't wait to share that with my kids.
I read this series to my daughters (9,11,15) before bed. My 15 year old listens in on it, and laughs out loud at parts. I'm telling you, buy the series , read in order, and have some laughs with your kids! There's even some adult humor in it. The girls couldn't wait to jump into bed, so I'd read, on school nights! Works like a charm;) Ya hear that Moms and Dads? Get books and read to use as leverage;) lol
Are you looking for a fantastic book?! If so, I would recommend “Fudge-a-mania” from the Judy Blume series about Peter and Fudge Hatcher, two brothers who live on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

I really recommend this book for people who love humor and can relate to someone being really annoying (and sometimes mean).

At the beginning of this amazing book, Peter Hatcher finds out that he has to go to Maine for three weeks with his mom, dad, little brother (Fudge), baby sister (Tootsie), and his grandmother. Additionally included on this trip are the family pets: Fudge’s bird (Uncle Feather), and Peter’s dog (Turtle). Also going to Maine are his neighbors, the Tubmans, and that includes Sheila Tubman, his life-long enemy. (Remember how I said I would recommend this book if you can relate to someone being really annoying?) Spending his vacation with Sheila Tubman will be even harder than he had expected when he finds out that he has to share a house with her. At least he can invite his friend, Jimmy Fargo, to help him survive. Their summer adventures include Peter swallowing a fly, getting a crush on a girl, Sheila babysitting Fudge, Uncle Feather going missing, and even a wedding!

One reason I really like this book is that I can relate to Peter. I have someone in my life who is extremely annoying, and I also have experienced family craziness. Another reason I like the book is because it’s packed with a lot of adventures and humor.

Once again I really recommend this funny and entertaining book.
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Absolutely love this book. My husband wanted this book to read to our 3 boys at night. He read it when he was a kid. I would definitely recommend this book for your kids. 9 and up definitely. Some spoilers about Santa, and mentions the birds and bees but does not go into any details. My husband read it when he was in 3rd grade. Still relevant in today's world.
If you have 7to 12 year olds, it would be a travesty to grow up NOT reading these Fudge books. I'm 39, and I have great memories of this book set. Now, I have read them to my daughters, who were glued to every word I read. They LOVED them! Trust me. Buy them. Used, borrowed, new...just make sure to read them, with the voices, to your 'Mini Me's'.
Can I tell you that my almost 6 year old and I read every Fudge book except Sheila the Great and we both laughed so hard we cried. My son even has developed some Fudge catch-phrases and learned to give himself a code name from this book in particular. Love it! Especially relevant for children with younger siblings...
i love all your books if you are a boy i love you but if you are a girl we can be friendes but if you see mike at the top is not hin my big sister from work took it it is a little girl i am 9 and i wroye this please do not weite any bad comments because i feel upset