"Are you in a bad mood or something?" asked Rocky. "Or something," said Judy Moody. Bad moods, good moods, even back-to-school moods - Judy Moody has them all! When her teacher assigns the class the task of creating "Me" collages, it puts Judy in a cut-and-paste mood! Meet Judy Moody, her little "bother" Stink, her best friend Rocky, and her "pest" friend Frank Pearl. They're guaranteed to put you in a very Judy Moody mood... or something.
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©2000 Megan McDonald (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I was looking for lighthearted fun and I found it in spades in this book. Kids will be kids, and we all once were so self-centered and thoughtless. Yet there is the hope of growth and maturity evident in Judy. Good writing and just STUPENDOUS narration! Barbara Rosenblat tops the list of good narrators. Want more adult fare? Try the Amelia Peabody series.
My son was not happy about listening to an audiobook rather than watching TV. The first few books we previewed, he seemed bored and unhappy about. After listening to the preview for Judy Moody book 1, my son was very excited to listen to the audiobook. He sat down quietly (which is rare) and listened to the entire book.
Creative, tender, funny
little pizza table collection
Todd Pee Club
The performance is very successful, energetic, maybe a little fast.
Story is so educative.
My daughter listened to this book at least three times in a few day period. She absolutly loved it and can't wait to listen to the next one.
Barbara Rosenblat's narration of this book is wonderful! She adds quite a spark to an already fun read, and captivates the attention of all listeners. We play audio books on car rides, and my 5 and 3 year olds loved listening to Judy Moody. The book is quite funny, with gentle humor and a great storyline.
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