Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing - The Family Dog; My Brother the Bird Summary & Analysis

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The next chapter is titled “The Family Dog.” Mr. Hatcher says he can spend more time with his other clients now, especially the Toddle-Bike company. About this time, Fudge refuses to eat. His mother tries everything including making his favorite food. Peter has the attitude that Fudge will eventually get hungry enough to eat which just seems to aggravate his mother. Mrs. Hatcher takes Fudge to the doctor who gives her similar advice. At one point, Grandma gets involved but leaves after Fudge breaks a glass. One night, Fudge gets under the table at dinner time and pretends to be a dog. Peter feels his parents would not even notice if he refused to eat and he is upset that no one makes Fudge stop pretending to be a dog during dinner. Peter thinks his life would be...

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