"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.
"Oh my gosh! What a treasure!"
Every morning, Judy measures Stink, and it's always the same: 3 feet, 8 inches tall. Stink feels like even the class newt is growing faster than he is. Then one day, the ruler reads 3 feet, 7 and 3/4 inches! Can it be? Is Stink shrinking? Stink tries everything to look like he's growing, but wearing up-and-down stripes and spiking his hair don't seem to be fooling anybody into thinking he's taller.
"Great for all ages!"
When the Moody family drops anchor on “Artichoke” Island, they are greeted by the mysterious Cap’n Weevil, a one-eyed buccaneer with a scraggly beard and a treasure map. Before you can say “Davy Jones’s Locker,” Stink and Judy are racing in search of gold. But they’re not the only salty dogs lookin’ for loot. Can Scurvy Stink and Mad Molly beat out their rivals? Not unless they can find the hidden clues, crack the secret codes, and solve the tricky puzzles - before time runs out! Aaarrr!
"Judy and Stink Search for Pirate Treasure"
After visiting Boston, Judy Moody's in the mood for liberty and freedom - freedom from her parents' rules and her pesky little brother, that is. But Judy's plans to declare independence, just like the Patriots did in 1776, wind up getting her into hot water. For sure and absolute positive, the founding fathers never had problems like hers! Will Judy be able to prove, once and for all, that she's ready for a bit more independence?
Judy Moody has a double! Amy Namey is exactly like Judy - same-same - and she's a member of the "way-cool" My-Name-Is-A-Poem Club. Judy is meant to be doing an Around-the-World class project with Rocky and Frank Pearl. But with so much time spent thinking about Amy, Judy's old friends start to feel left out...
Megan McDonald’s New York Times best-selling series about rambunctious third-grader Judy Moody is a hit with young listeners who love watching their favorite heroine get into, and out of, zany situations. It’s hard to tell just what kind of mood Judy’s going to be in, but this time she’s in a sleuthing mood—a Nancy Drew type of mood. Just itching to solve a case, her wish soon comes true when a local crime-dog-in-training goes missing.
In this inspiring story, part of the six-book American Girl collection by Megan McDonald, a fun-loving San Francisco girl faces big changes. After her parents divorce, Julie moves away from her best friend, Ivy, to start over again in a new house and school. But before long, she learns to create a few changes of her own—from saving endangered eagles to celebrating the U.S. Bicentennial.
"peace love american girl"
The third installment in the popular and best-selling series starring independent-minded third-grader, Judy Moody. Judy gets into an environmental crusader mood.
Good moods, bad moods, can't-stand-Jessica-Finch moods. Judy Moody has a mood for every occasion, and this time she's in a jealous mood. Jealous of Jessica Finch, that is, who gets her picture on the front page of the newspaper. When Judy sets off in pursuit of her own fame and happiness, watch out! She's so determined, she just might find it, or she might merely become more infamous than ever!
"my daughter loved this book."
That's because Class 3T is studying the Amazing Human Body. Judy, who idolizes Elizabeth Blackwell, First Woman Doctor, can hardly wait to begin her better-than-best-ever third-grade projects - like show-and-tell with something way rarer than a scab, a real-live ooey-gooey operation, and a cloning experiment that may create double trouble for Judy and her friends!
Only one more week until Book number five in the Nightmare on Zombie Street series comes out. When it does, Stink will be first in line at the bookstore to buy his copy and join the town’s Midnight Zombie Walk! Until then, Stink and his friends keep busy, working on zombie costumes and racking up points for the race to One Million Minutes of Reading. With all that talk about the undead, Stink starts to wonder: Is he being hunted by zombies?
Judy Moody is making a list and checking it twice, but all her brother, Stink, wants this year is snow. It hasn’t snowed on Christmas in Virginia in more than a hundred years, however, so what are the chances that that will change? Enter the new mailman, Mr. Jack Frost, who not only looks like a jolly old elf but also seems to know a lot about weather patterns, has a fondness for the cold, and works looooooong hours during the holiday season.
Judy is visiting Grandma Lou one day when she accidentally finds an uber-mysterious list of activities - a Bucket List! Which gives Judy an idea: How rare would it be if she made her own way-official bucket list of all the things she wants to do - before she starts fourth grade? Pretty soon Judy is off and running trying to cross off all her items: learn to do a cartwheel, invent something rad, go to Antarctica (the real one), ride a horse - the list goes on.
From Megan McDonald comes a collection of Judy Moody stories just right for newly independent listeners… Jessica Finch in Pig Trouble: With her birthday coming up, Jessica hopes that, just maybe, her present will be a real-live potbellied pig. Jessica can hardly wait for her party with Judy Moody and all their friends. But Judy Moody is acting like a pig-head, and Jessica UN-invites her from the party.
Hold on to your umbrella and stock up on marshmallows - Judy and Stink face wicked weather in their third adventure. Judy and Stink and the whole Moody family hunker down with beans and batteries, ready to wait out the storm. But along with massive rain and strong winds, Hurricane Elmer throws down ghosts, squirrels, and aliens. Spooky! Just when things couldn’t possibly get any freakier - flicker, flicker, gulp! - the lights go O-U-T out.
Ever since Grandma Lou gave her that squished penny, Judy can’t stop winning - at bowling, at spelling, at everything! For sure and absolute positive, she’ll ride that wave of good fortune all the way to the nation’s capital. Watch out, D.C. Here comes Judy Moody, the luckiest kid ever! Luckiest, that is, until her lucky penny has an unlucky accident. Suddenly it’s good-bye, Lucky Duck! Hello, C-A-L-A-M-I-T-Y! Has Judy’s luck gone down the toilet for good? Why do some people have all the luck, while she gets stuck with a yard full of three-not-four-leaf clovers, a runaway potbellied pig, and a squashed penny with cooties?
It’s bad enough that Mom and Dad are going on a trip without Judy and Stink and leaving them in the care of Aunt Awful (er, Opal). Now two of Judy’s friends are going Splitsville, too! Just when it looks like her summer is going to be the boringest, snoringest ever, Judy concocts a THRILL-a-delic plan. Judy Moody and Frank Pearl dive headlong into nonstop action in pursuit of the Judy Moodiest summer ever! Based on a screenplay by Megan McDonald and Kathy Waugh, Judy Moody and the NOT Bummer Summer will take listeners on a totally awesome adventure – RARE!
"Great family series"
Sleepy, sleepier, sleepiest - NOT! When Stink’s parents win tickets to an aquarium sleepover for the whole family, could it be science-freak Stink’s dream come true or his worst nightmare? He loves learning about sharks, but does he want to sleep in the same room with them? He’s nuts about gross stuff, but does he want go to bed thinking about the eating habits of the vampire squid?Creepy, creepier, creepiest - yikes!
"McDonald has a wonderful sense of how eight-year-olds think and behave, and the irrepressible Judy is completely believable.” (Booklist); >“Established fans and new readers will enjoy this adventure. Amusing black-and-white watercolors capture the humor and the girl’s inimitable spirit. Prediction: another winner starring Judy Moody.” (School Library Journal); “Judy Moody Predicts the Future is the famously temperamental third-grader’s fourth adventure.... Here Judy, equipped with a mood ring, convinces herself and her classmates...."
Here, Judy is having trouble with math and her substitute teacher gets the bright idea to assign her a tutor. Very unhappy, Judy is pleasantly surprised when her tutor turns out to be a super-cool college student. Now Judy's ditching her old third-grade ways for a new, hip college attitude that has everyone puzzled.
"Judy moody goes to college"