Judy Moody Predicts The Future

October 23, 2019

Judy Moody Predicts The Future

Titulo del libro: Judy Moody Predicts The Future

Autor: Megan Mcdonald

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SINOPSIS

The fourth book in Megan McDonald"s wonderfully goofy Judy Moody series will leave fans wondering if the most irrepressible third-grader in Class 3T just might have ESP. (That"s either Extra Special Powers, or Extra-Special Skink Powers - in the case of skink-hunting with Judy"s brother Stink.) Our soon-to-be-psychic heroine slurps down seven bowls of cereal one morning before finding what she seeks : "A ring! A silver ring with an oogley center. A mood ring!" "Madame M for Moody." "Madame M for Moody." "Madame M for Moody." Judy remains her ebullient self throughout this fourth installment, despite "a blucky old math-test," a run-in with her self-assured rival from the last book ("Jessica Finch probably fractions for breakfast: 1/4 glass of orange Juice, 1/2 piece of toast, 3/4 jar of strawberry jelly! "), And a spelling test that does not produce the grade she predicts. ("Judy did not see why tor-tee-yah had any l"s at all.") And Merciam and Mr. Webster were going to hear from her . ") The fourth book in Megan McDonald"s wonderfully goofy Judy Moody series will leave fans wondering if the most irrepressible third-grader in Class 3T just might have ESP. (That"s either Extra Special Powers, or Extra-Special Skink Powers - in the case of skink-hunting with Judy"s brother Stink.) Our soon-to-be-psychic heroine slurps down seven bowls of cereal one morning before finding what she seeks: "A ring! A silver ring with an oogley center. A mood ring!" "Madame M for Moody." "Madame M for Moody." "Madame M for Moody." Judy remains her ebullient self throughout this fourth installment, despite "a blucky old math-test," a run-in with her self-assured rival from the last book ("Jessica Finch probably fractions for breakfast: 1/4 glass of orange Juice , 1/2 piece of toast, 3/4 jar of strawberry jelly! "), And a spelling test that does not produce the grade she predicts. ("Judy did not see why tor-tee-yah had any l"s at all.") And Merciam and Mr. Webster were going to hear from her. ")