If You Like "Superfudge..."

Beverly Cleary
Beezus keeps busy following her younger sister around and trying to prevent trouble. Suggested for ages 8-12.
Judy Blume
His younger brother's obsession with money and the discovery of long-lost cousins Flora and Fauna provide many embarrassing moments for twelve-year-old Peter. Suggested for ages 8-12.
Judy Blume
Pete describes the family vacation in Maine with the Tubmans, highlighted by the antics of his younger brother Fudge. Suggested for ages 8-12.
Carl Hiaasen
Roy, who is new to his small Florida community, becomes involved in another boy's attempt to save a colony of burrowing owls from a proposed construction site. Suggested for ages 9-14.
Thomas Rockwell
Two boys set out to prove that worms can make a delicious meal. Suggested for ages 9-12.
Megan McDonald

The shortest kid in the second grade, James Moody, also known as Stink, learns all about the shortest president of the United States, James Madison, when they celebrate Presidents' Day at school. Suggested for readers ages 6-10.

Judy Blume
Peter finds his demanding two-year-old brother an ever increasing problem. Suggested for ages 8-12.
John Fitzgerald
The exploits of the Great Brain of Adenville, Utah are described by his younger brother, frequently the victim of the Great Brain's schemes for gaining prestige or money. Suggested for ages 8-12.
Judy Blume
A six-year-old (The Pain) and his eight-year-old sister (The Great One) see each other as troublemakers and the best-loved in the family. Suggested for ages 6-10.
Jeanne Birdsall
While vacationing with their widowed father in the Berkshire Mountains, four lovable sisters, ages four through twelve, share adventures with a local boy, much to the dismay of his snobbish mother. Suggested for ages 8-12.