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Fudge, Peter, Sheila, Jimmy Fargo, Mom, Dad.

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"Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing" was written by Judy Blume. It is the first book in the "Fudge" series and follows the adventures of Peter Hatcher and his mischievous younger brother, Fudge.

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Judy Blume wrote the novel "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing".

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Who wrote tales of a fourth grade?

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