Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing (Fudge)

Book 1 of 5 in the Fudge Series
Interest LevelReading LevelReading A-ZATOSWord Count
Grades 4 - 8Grades 1 - 5Q3.323741

Peter, who is tired of having to keep mischievous 2-year-old Fudge out of trouble, discovers that his pet turtle is missing.

Paperback, 160 pages
Published on April 5, 2007 by Puffin Books
ISBN-10: 0142408816
ISBN-13: 9780142408810
110 Book Reviews
  • firedroplet
    firedropletover 1 year44 stars
    This book is about Peter and his little brother, Farley (who is called Fudge), who is 3 years old. His parents are more focused on Fudge because he's so young and puts a lot of things in his mouth. Can Peter get his parents' attention back?
    • waterdroplet
      waterdropletover 1 year33 stars
      This is an okay book. I would recommend this book to kids who have an older sibling. I would also recommend this book to people who have a younger sibling so that they can relate to this book. Over all I found this book mildly interesting but it is a good book.
      • bxn_xna
        bxn_xnaover 1 year55 stars
        To be honest, it's really hilarious, especially if you read it at a young Grade, such as grade 3, (The grade I read it), or 4th Grade, since Peter, of course is in 4th grade. The book basically is about a 4th Grader boy, named Peter, with a silly, annoying, and of course, hilarious, little brother, who goes by 'Fudge', and I'm not saying more. But yeah, this is a must read.
        • kihyjyro-159807354949
          kihyjyro-159807354949over 1 year55 stars
          Funny, great book I recommend it for fourth graders , also hilarious series of fudge and his brother peter
          • sweet-readlover
            sweet-readloverover 2 years55 stars
            This book is really funny.
            • lions579
              lions579over 2 years55 stars
              Basically, a boy named peter has a super annoying brother (who they call fudge) is trying to cause trouble. You can follow peter and his family as they deal with incidents such as ruining a school poster to giving everyone a scare at the movies. Wherever fudge goes, trouble is sure to follow!
              • nac
                nacover 2 years55 stars
                This hilarious book is about a boy named Peter, who pretty much spends all of his time trying to deal with his little brother, Fudge, though his real name is Farley Drexel Hatcher. Peter has to learn how to deal with the annoying and frustrating things his little brother does, such as pretending to be a bird or a dog, refusing to listen and forcing Peter to bribe him, and even swallowing the Peter's turtle. Sometimes, Peter wishes he didn't even have a little brother, but Fudge is part of the family, so Peter will just have to learn how to deal with Fudge. This book was really funny, and entertaining.
                • mawaddah
                  mawaddahover 2 years55 stars
                  I love all fudge books but this one is so funny 😂 Peter=Wheres my turtle? Fudge=In tummy Peter=What tummy!!! Fudge=This tummy(rubbing his tummy)😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣 I have all the four fudge books at home and i always read them a million times so if you love fudge books please follow me so I can know your a fudge fan like me and i'll follow you!
                  • bsc
                    bscover 2 years
                    Oh my gosh, I loved this book when I was younger! It is full of silliness and "oh boy" things. I would recommend this book for anyone with annoying siblings.
                    • jango
                      jangoalmost 3 years33 stars
                      funny and cute book but a super sad ending. i cried.