Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing (Fudge #1)
Peter thinks he has the world's biggest problem - his little brother, Fudge. Fudge causes trouble wherever he goes and it's usually up to Peter to sort out the mess. When Peter wins a tiny green turtle called Dribble, he's determined to keep it away from his brother. But when Fudge does get his hands on Dribble - disaster strikes! Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing is the first book in this hugely successful series from the bestselling author and household name Judy Blume, featuring cover art from picture book star, Emily Gravett.
The first book in Judy Blume's hugely successful and hilarious younger fiction series about a naughty little brother called Fudge. With appealing cover art from picture-book star Emily Gravett.
Judy Blume spent her childhood in Elizabeth, New Jersey, making up stories insider her head. She has spent her adult years in many places, doing the same thing, only now she writes her stories down on paper. More than 82 million copies of her books have been sold, in thirty-two languages. Her twenty-eight books have won many awards including the National Book Foundation's Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. Judy lives in Key West, Florida, and New York City with her husband. She loves her readers and is happy to hear from them. You can visit her at JudyBlume.com, follow @JudyBlume on Twitter or join her at Judy Blume on Facebook. Emily Gravett has won the Kate Greenaway Medal twice with her books WOLVES and LITTLE MOUSE'S BIG BOOK OF FEARS. An author-illustrator of unique talent and skill, she has a host of popular and critically acclaimed titles to her name including, DOGS, WOLF WON'T BITE! and AGAIN! and is the illustrator of CAVE BABY, written by Julia Donaldson. Emily lives in Brighton with her family and pet dogs. Visit www.emilygravett.com for games, activities and fun! 'One of our most inventive and surprise-full creators of picture books' - Michael Rosen 'She has the intuitive grasp of timing, expression and anticipation which marks out the exceptional from the mediocre' - Sunday Telegraph