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Superfudge book cover.jpg
First edition
Author Judy Blume
Cover artist Roy Doty
Country United States
Language English
Genre Children's novel
Publisher E. P. Dutton
Publication date
Media type Print (Hardback & Paperback)
Pages 166 pp.
ISBN 0-525-40522-4
OCLC 5992603
LC Class PZ7.B6265 Su 1980
Preceded by Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great
Followed by Fudge-A-Mania

Superfudge is a children's novel by Judy Blume, published in 1980. It is the sequel to Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. This is the second in the Fudge series.


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.



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".

Mentioned in King of the Hill S13E23 - "When Joseph Met Lori and Made Out with Her in the Janitor s Closet".

Mentioned in Family Guy S4E17 - "The Fat Guy Strangler".

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