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Life with his little brother Fudge makes Peter Hatcher feel like a fourth grade nothing Whether Fudge is throwing a temper tantrum in a shoe store smearing mashed potatoes on the walls at Hamburger Heaven or trying to fly he's never far from trouble He's an almost three year old terror who gets away with everything and Peter's had it up to here When Fudge walks off with Dribble Peter's pet turtle it's the last straw Peter has put up with Fudge for too long Way too long How can he get his parents to pay attention to him for a change?


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    I have officially turned the page to 2018 although I am still savoring some of my 2017 reads This year I decided to go through each of my challenges one by one starting with classics bingo One square this year is read a classic children's book Admittedly because I have always been of a tomboy I was never enad with classic books as Little Women and The Secret Garden Toward the end of last year I finally got around to reading The Wonderful Wizard of Oz For a classic children's book I decided to think outside the box and read one of the books that I enjoyed while growing up One series I read and laughed over was Fudge by Judy Blume and conveniently we have a copy of Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing at home so I decided to use this hilarious story of a fourth grade boy and his two year old pest of a brother to check off my bingo squarePeter Warren Hatcher is nine and in fourth grade which is how he introduces himself to everyone he meets He lives in an apartment in New York City's west side with his parents and younger brother Fudge and is fortunate to have his own room Yet other than having space to himself Peter does not feel very lucky and that is because Fudge is a terror who ruins everything from a day out with their parents to the simple task of sitting down to eat supper He has managed to have their mother wrapped around his little finger which in turn bothers Peter immensely because usually if not always Fudge is to blame for all of the incidents that go on in their home Over the course of a school year Peter labels himself a fourth grade nothing because nothing happens to him whereas everything exciting happens to FudgeI remember reading this series multiple times growing up because the incidents had me laughing hysterically no small feat I do remember enjoying the later books in this series because the characters got older so their problems became worldly and less juvenile even for Fudge Yet in this opening book Fudge still has me in stitches from scenes featuring eating or wearing food Peter modeling behavior in dentist offices and shoe stores and Fudge destroying Peter's homework Fudge is the younger child and therefore cuter and immune to punishment even though both parents know that he needs to be taught how to both behave and respect Peter's property It seems to me that Fudge only looks up to Peter and the parents can not control him Whether or not this was done intentionally for a book primarily geared toward children it left me shaking my head at times as Fudge got away with one antic after another Even Peter and has parents could do little but laugh at these episodes after the factJudy Blume over the years has been a best selling author of both children and adult books I found her humor in describing sibling relationships to be on target yet found it alarming at the way the parents were portrayed in this book Throughout the book the parents blamed Peter if Fudge got in to trouble all the while not punishing Fudge for his actions only because he is the younger sibling When my kids used to watch and read other television shows and books that I used to enjoy I have noticed this behavior pattern with the parents recurring automatically blaming the older child for the actions of the younger siblings without giving thought to the larger picture Maybe this is indicative of this generation and maybe this is my position as an older sibling but I thought that Blume could have done a better job in characterizing the parents in a way that made them fair toward both of their children Lately I have been lucky while reading children's books through adult eyes but in this situation I thought that I may have over analyzed just a smidgenAs an elementary school child I enjoyed reading Judy Blume's books about Peter Hatcher I found his situation hilarious and sympathized with his position in his family My children still enjoy this series and my older two have read this book while in fourth grade As an adult I still laughed at some of Fudge's antics and could see why the parents would favor him but I stopped short thinking that I would never be that parent who allows the younger sibling to control the mood of the house Another bingo square checked off although I think a real challenge for me would be to read one of Judy Blume's chick lit books that my tomboyish self never desired to read35 stars