Fudge-a-Mania - Chapter 8: Fudge-a-mania Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8: Fudge-a-mania Summary

In Chapter 8, Fudge-a-mania, Peter wakes up in a bad mood because he realizes Jimmy will not believe his poison gas story. Peter remembers his Dad saying that falling asleep when his body is not tired is a way to avoid problems. Peter thinks he is right because he does not know what to do about Jimmy. Peter thinks a lot can happen in a week; maybe the Tubmans will decide to leave.

Peter wonders why Mrs. A never says that her husband is Big Apfel. He thinks it is because she is tired of people falling all over themselves. Mitzi looks at Peter's baseball card and says that used to be Big Apfel. She says he looks different now because he has more fat. Peter says Big is younger in the baseball card. Peter takes Mitzi to the back of his...

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