Superfudge

Book review by Barbara Schultz, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 8+

Funny, honest novel pokes fun at sibling rivalry.

Parents say

age 10+

Based on 4 reviews

Kids say

age 7+

Based on 2 reviews

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age 9+

Watch out for Santa Who?

I read this when I was younger and decided to read the series to my 7 and 10 year old daughters at bedtime. I completely forgot about the Santa part because I learned the truth before I read the books. My 7 year old Is a firm believer and I'd like to think my 10 year old is too since she has given me no notice otherwise. When I got to that chapter, my contact lens "suddenly fell out of my eye" and I skipped over a bunch of the chapter. On the plus side, we just moved to a new town so there were a lot of situations in the book that my girls could relate to. They love the books and are begging for me to read the next ones. Which is amazing, since my 7 year old is obsessed with My Little Pony and that is all she wants to read about. I wish I would have thought to contact Common Sense Media before reading it thought to avoid the Santa stress. I am here now checking out the next two books for surprises!
age 10+

Great for the right age level

Judy Blume's books take on hard issues, and give students a place to read about crucial issues. The narrator of this book is a fifth grader, and this book is appropriate for fifth graders. That way the issues in the book will be the ones the reader is encountering. Readers need to know the facts of life and not believe in Santa.

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