Sunday, October 25, 2009

Judy Moody books by Megan McDonald
We have several Judy Moody books in the library, and we have Stink Books also. Stink is Judy Moody's brother who is always up to something.

Some of the Judy Moody titles are:

Judy Moody
Judy Moody gets Famous
Judy Moody Declares Independence
Judy Moody is in a Mood, Not a Good Mood but a Bad Mood
Judy Moody Predicts the Future
Judy Moody Save the World

Stink Titles:

Stink: The Incredible Stinking Kid
Stink and the Super Galactice Jawbreaker
Stink the the Worlds Worst Super Stinky Sneakers

Judy Moody has a website that is that has a fan club that you can join. You can look at book reviews, and learn about her newest books. The website is:
I asked my students to write about one of these books and here are some of the reviews they gave:

3rd Grade

Mrs. Ford's class tells about Judy Moody Around the World in Eight Days - She gets jealous because another reporter was on the front of a newpaper. She wanted to travel the world.

Mrs. Soliz's Class says that she has a bad attitude and she is funny. They said that Stink is her brother, and he wears dirty sneakers and hangs around with weird friends

4th Grade

Judith say that Judy Moody Books are really good and funny to read. She is always in a mood and her problems are always weird for some reason.

Gabby says that she always annoying her brother and she is crazy. Her problems are very funny.

Stephanie's favorite Judy Moody book is Judy Moody was in a Mood. Not a Good Mood, a Bad Mood. She writes that when her teachers assigns the class the task of creating "Me" collages, it puts Judy and friends in a cut and paste mood.

Alyssa writes that she loves Judy Moody because she is funny and cool. Her favorite book is Judy Moody gets Famous because Jessica French is famous and she gets famous too.

5th Grade

Jazmin's favorite Judy Moody book is Judy Moody Declares Independence. She liked it because it has to do with Judy believing that she is ready for more independence to do more things. Not just for her but for her parents and brother.

Mrs. Rose's Judy Moody review - Judy Moody is a feisty, enthusiastic girl that is loads of fun!!! She has a huge imagination and is always ready to explore or try something new and creative. The books are filled with great illustrations that Peter Reynolds drew. I think that Judy Moody is a great step up for students that are reading small chapter books. These books will keep you entertained from the beginning to the end.

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