Superfudge - Chapter 5 - “Small Ones are Sweeter” Summary & Analysis

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Peter describes the house in Princeton to which he and his family move, an older home they are living in while its owners are out of town for a year. He describes the old creaky wood floors, the crooked doors and windows, the fireplaces, the library with its color-coded books, and its organic garden. He also describes the family’s new routine of going for ice cream every night after supper, and lists his entries for a competition for new flavors that the ice cream shop is running - “Lemon Lunatic, Crazy Chocolate, and Miserable Mint” (54).

Peter makes friends with Alex Santos, who is the same age (going into grade six), who lives in the neighborhood, and who brings him into his business of harvesting worms and selling them to Mrs. Muldour, who also lives in the neighborhood and...

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