‘Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer’
Sign up for our newsletters! It's the last day of school, and summer vacation looms enticingly on the horizon. Judy Moody has big plans for the best summer ever. So, it seems, does everyone else. Her teacher, Mr. Todd, teases his class by announcing he will be doing something special during vacation. He promises a prize for anyone who can find him and gives them a clue: "COLD.
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Agonized, Judy is left with the milquetoast Frank Preston Bailey and her younger brother, Stink Parris Mosteller, winningly annoying , who is obsessed with finding Bigfoot. Imagery and movement — not gratuitous destruction — prevail.
It is the last day of school and Judy Moody is ecstatic. Judy is high on a wave of anticipation when Rocky announces that he is going to circus camp for the summer and Amy and her mother are going to Borneo. Judy is appalled when she hears this news. Determined to save her summer from becoming the worst summer ever, Judy suggests that she goes to Borneo with Amy, but her mother nixes that idea. Judy gets excited again.
Megan McDonald. Illustrated by Peter H. ISBN pbk. Review by Deborah Mervold and Kira Gerein. Judy popped the rubber band off of her chart. Thrill points are going to save summer.
Feisty third-grader, Judy Moody, sets out to have the most thrilling summer of her life. Judy decides to organize a contest with her friends to see who can have the most exciting summer by earning "thrill points". At the start of summer, her friends leave except for Frank Preston Bailey. Amy is going to Borneo and Rocky is going to Circus Camp. Her friends send her pictures of their summer, so Judy tries to top them, but Frank ruins all her plans by knocking her off a tight rope, vomiting all over her on a roller coaster, and leaving the theater in the middle of a scary movie.