Fudge-a-Mania - Chapter 11: The I.S.A.F. Club Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11: The I.S.A.F. Club Summary

In Chapter 11: The I.S.A.F. Club, the families are at breakfast. Jimmy and Sheila seem to be getting along and it annoys Peter. Jimmy takes an interest in Sheila's puppy. Peter cannot stomach this. Fudge interrupts and starts to sing, "Peter got dizzy from Izzy at the library" (The I.S.A.F. Club, p. 96). Fudge says Peter felt like he was floating when he left the library. Peter gets really angry and embarrassed. He starts to scream at Fudge. Grandma bangs her spoon down and the commotion stops. Breakfast is quiet, but Peter can hardly eat.

After breakfast, Sheila teases Peter about Izzy. It is their first sunny and warm morning in Maine. Sheila will not stop about Izzy. She says she has seen Izzy, who has curly...

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