Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing Setting

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The Hatcher Apartment

The Hatcher apartment is where Peter Hatcher lives with his parents and his younger brother, Fudge. The apartment has three bedrooms, meaning Peter and Fudge each have their own rooms, though they share in special circumstances, such as when they have guests. Peter says they live in an older apartment building but he thinks there are some good features, such as the elevator that has mirrors all around and is operated by a man named Henry who knows everyone in the building. The apartment is the setting for many of the scenes of the novel.

Central Park

Central Park is the famous park in New York City, which is very near the Hatcher house. Peter spends a lot of his free time here with his friend Jimmy, though they are sometimes interrupted by a girl named Sheila. All three live in the same building. Though the...

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