Quotes from Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing

Judy Blume ·  144 pages

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“dope-pushers hang around there. But taking dope is even dumber than smoking, so nobody’s going to hook me! We live on”
― Judy Blume, quote from Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing


“windup train that made a lot of noise. Every time it bumped into something it turned around and went the other way. Fudge liked it a lot. He likes anything that’s noisy.”
― Judy Blume, quote from Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing


“Ralph arrived first. He’s really fat. And he isn’t even four years old. He doesn’t say much either. He grunts and grabs a lot, though. Usually his mouth is stuffed full of something.”
― Judy Blume, quote from Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing


“What’s next on your reading list? Discover”
― Judy Blume, quote from Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing


“Nobody ever worries about me the way they worry about Fudge. If I decided not to eat they’d probably never even notice!”
― Judy Blume, quote from Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing



“I thought how great it would be if we could trade in Fudge for a nice cocker spaniel.”
― Judy Blume, quote from Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing


“Jennie had a big smile on her face. Next thing I knew there was a puddle on”
― Judy Blume, quote from Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing


“Berman’s foot measure. Then he turned it around and I put my right foot in. That’s another reason why my mother thinks Mr. Berman is good at selling”
― Judy Blume, quote from Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing


“Jimmy Fargo’s birthday party. All the other guys got to take home goldfish in little plastic bags. I won him because I guessed there were three hundred and forty-eight jelly beans in Mrs. Fargo’s jar. Really,”
― Judy Blume, quote from Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing


“My biggest problem is my brother, Farley Drexel Hatcher. He’s two-and-a-half years old. Everybody calls him Fudge. I”
― Judy Blume, quote from Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing



“One night my father came home from the office all excited. He told us Mr. and Mrs. Yarby were coming to New York. He’s the president of the Juicy-O company. He”
― Judy Blume, quote from Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing


About the author

Judy Blume
Born place: in Elizabeth, New Jersey, The United States
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