Judy Moody- Not Just for Little Kids

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 In the first book of the series: Judy Moody was in a Mood. Not a Good Mood. A Bad Mood, the reader is introduced to Judy Moody, a 3rd grader from Virginia.

 In the first book of the series: Judy Moody was in a Mood. Not a Good Mood. A Bad Mood, the reader is introduced to Judy Moody, a 3rd grader from Virginia. Judy doesn’t look forward to 3rd grade, and she doesn’t look forward to having her new teacher, Mr. Todd. She goes through a year of collections, projects, new friends, old friends, and her younger brother, Stink. For her project in 3rd grade, Judy has to make a Me Collage, a poster that shows all of the things that makes Judy, well, Judy. She meets Frank “Eats Paste” Pearl, who Judy doesn’t think is a good kid, and she thinks that he eats paste 24/7. But, when she gets to know Frank, she finds out that the 2 of them have a lot in common. Then, there is Rocky. Judy’s awesome best friend, and the one with a cool attitude. But, best of all, there is Stink, Judy’s annoying little brother, and the shrinking kid. I really enjoyed reading about Judy Moody in this 1st book.
So, since I liked the 1st book so much, I read the rest of the books: there are 10 books in all, so it took me a while to read them all, although they range in length from 150-200 pages each. In each of the books, Judy goes through new struggles, and strengths. I recommend the books to kids ages 7-11, and if you think that the books may not be suitable for your age, your younger siblings might love the books. Enjoy your reading!!!!!