|Cover artist||Roy Doty|
|Publisher||E. P. Dutton|
|Media type||Print (Hardback & Paperback)|
|LC Class||PZ7.B6265 Su 1980|
|Preceded by||Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great|
The Hatcher family temporarily moves from New York City to Princeton. Fudge is extremely jealous of his new baby sister, Tamara, who earns the nickname "Tootsie" from her mother's cute-speak and Grandma's favorite old song. Peter deals with the fallout from Fudge's various problems, which include a spat with his teacher who refuses to use the name "Fudge", antics trying to get rid of Tootsie, and his constant desire to involve himself in Peter's activities, especially with Peter's new friend, Alex Santo . In the end, the Hatchers decide to move back to New York City, a decision punctuated by Tootsie's first word which she learns while undergoing a diaper change.
Chapter 1: Guess What Peter= Peter and his brother Fudge find out that their going to have a new bay sibling
Chapter 2: Cutchie, Cutchie Coo= Peter and Fudge's baby sister, Tootsie is born, and Fudge hates her
Chapter 3: Another Something Wonderful= Peter and Fudge learn that they'll be moving to Princeton for a year, and that Peter will be in sixth grade in the same school where Fudge will be in Kindergarten
Chapter 4: Off The Wall= Fudge puts lots of stamps on Tootsie
Chapter 5: Small Ones Are Sweeter= In Princeton, Peter and his new friend Alex Santo dig for worms and give it to the elderly lady Mrs. Muldour
Chapter 6: Farley Drexel Meets Ratface= On the first day of the school, Fudge has problems with his teacher Mrs. Hildebrandt
Chapter 7: A Very Cultured Bird= Fudge gets a pet myna bird named Uncle Feather
Chapter 8: Naturally Fortified: Peter, Fudge, and Alex go trick or treating for Halloween, and they meet Mrs. Muldour's daughter Beverly
Chapter 9: Superfudge= Peter, Jimmy, and Alex take Fudge and his friend Daniel Manheim to the movies to see Superman
Chapter 10: Santa Who= Fudge pretends that he believes in Santa Claus during Christmas
Chapter 11: Catastrophe= Many mishaps happen for Peter and Fudge, even when a famous author comes to school
Chapter 12: Tootsie Speaks Out: When the Hatchers decide to move back to New York, Tootsie says her first word
Peter Hatcher- the main protagonist, who's not happy about his mother being pregnant, and about moving to Princeton
Fudge Hatcher- Peter's four year old brother, who's jealous of their new baby sister Tootsie, and starts Kindergarten. He learns many things
Tootsie Hatcher- Peter and Fudge's baby sister, whom Fudge hates at first, but gets used to her later. She's a fun loving baby
Anne Hatcher- Peter's mother, who takes care of Tootsie and studies art history
Warren Hatcher- Peter's father, who takes the year off the agency to write a book
Jimmy Fargo- Peter's best friend, who's upset about Peter moving to Princeton, but visits him a lot. His parents are divorced, and he wants his dad to meet the art dealer Beverly Muldour
Alex Santo- Peter's new friend in Princeton, who digs worms for the elderly lady Mrs. Muldour
Daniel Manheim- Fudge's new friend, who's a bird expert, and is six years old and has a tough guy line called "You wanna make somethin' of it"
- Won – Books I Love Best Yearly: Early Readers Award (1990)-1991
A television series based on Superfudge entitled Fudge ran from 1995–1997. " Fudge Meets Ratface" was one of the episodes based on Chapter 6 of Superfudge", which was called" Farley Drexel Meets Ratface". Another episode was based on Chapter 7: A Very Cultured Bird, called " Uncle Feather".
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