Superfudge - Chapter 10 - “Santa WHO?” Summary & Analysis

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Dad starts reading cookbooks, particularly ones that have recipes for Chinese food. Peter complains that he did not know that Dad was thinking of making this kind of change to the family’s diet, and says again that he wishes people would tell him what is going on. Meanwhile, Fudge says that he wants chocolate milk and cookies for supper, and that is what Mom brings in.

After supper, Fudge says he is writing his letter to Santa, and even though he cannot actually write, Peter worries for a moment that he can, and imagines that in future years he will be teased for being the stupid older brother of a young genius. When he sees what Fudge is putting on his paper, he is relieved to see it is only scribbles, with one word – bike. The next day, after hinting...

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