Superfudge - Chapter 9 - “Superfudge” Summary & Analysis

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Fudge makes friends with a neighborhood boy named Daniel – six years old, intelligent, a very picky eater, and with a habit of presenting himself as a tough guy. He is fascinated with Uncle Feather, makes a lot of demands when Mom makes him lunch, and does not believe it when Fudge tells him he had been in a commercial written by Dad.

Meanwhile, Peter says, on the same day that Daniel comes to lunch Tootsie learns how to crawl, and over the next few weeks starts getting into things like Legos, crayons, and Dad’s research. The house has to be baby proofed, and Fudge insists that Tootsie be careful with his things, because he is her big brother. He then steps on her arm, and even though she cries, he faces no consequences (the narrative is not clear on whether he...

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