Otherwise Known As Sheila The Great
  • Otherwise Known As Sheila The Great
  • Otherwise Known As Sheila The Great
  • Otherwise Known As Sheila The Great
ISBN: 0142408794
EAN13: 9780142408797
Language: English
Pages: 176
Dimensions: 0.5" H x 7.7" L x 5" W
Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Celebrate 45 years of Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great

Part of the classic Fudge series from Judy Blume, bestselling author of Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing.

Who is Sheila Tubman? Even Sheila isn't sure. Sometimesshe feels like confident Sheila the Great, and other timesshe's secret Sheila, who's afraid of spiders, swimming, and, most of all, dogs. When her family decides to leavethe city for a summer in the country, Sheila will haveto suffer everything from long-eared dogs to swimminglessons to creepy spiders. That's enough to drive a city girlnuts If she survives at all, Sheila may be forced to admitthat she's no supergirl.

As a kid, Judy Blume was my favorite author, and Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing was my favorite book.--Jeff Kinney, author of the bestselling Wimpy Kid series

Love Fudge, Peter, and Sheila? Read all these books featuring your favorite characters:
Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing

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   A favorites since I was a little kid
I have always enjoyed this book ever since I read it for the first time when I was a little kid, and I still enjoy it when I read it as an adult. Sheila Tubman is afraid of dogs, spiders, scary noises, swimming, and monsters and ghosts in the middle of the night. When her parents bring her and her elder sister Libby to Tarrytown for the summer, Sheila must face her fears. Sheila is lucky for her, she has some new friends to help her on the way, including a good friend named Mouse. It is one of my favorite things.
   SHEILA the great
I loved it two three stars four-five! And all my family members love Judy Blume and her sreiries.
   GOOD BOOK!!!!!
It is not funny, but really makes you think, if you like this one, you like all the others!
   Didn't like when I was a kid...still don't like it as an adult.
Even when I was introduced to the series for the first time, this was my least favorite of the books. About 2 decades later, it is still my least favorite of the series. I never liked Sheila and I still don 't. Despite being older and able to understand more about why she does the things she does... still doesn 't like her. In my opinion, *shrugs* The only saving grace of the story was mouse.
   I Miss Fudge!
This one had hardly Peter Hatcher and it did not have Fudge at all!
   So great! Loved it!!
I am a ten year old girl and I love this series so much!!!! This book is especially interesting. I was wondering if Judy could make a part 2? I am not really asking for another book based on Peter and Fudge, but on what happens next to Sheila. Like everything else, meeting Bobby, Mouse ect. Thank you so much! Loved it always!
   Didn’t go over as well as Ramona
We bought this for our 7-year-old after she finished Ramona's entire set Beverly Cleary. We wanted to see what sheila was like before investing in another, and our child did not even finish “Sheila the Great.” The main character was not as well-established and the plot spun its wheels for several chapters.
   Meet Sheila the kind of selfish, scared girl!
I liked how Sheila changed and became less afraid, stopped laying and learned to be a friend. I wanted to add more to the story, did she ever get a puppy? Did her sister really have a relationship and how did her parents feel about it? This book will appeal to readers of age 7-12.
   I enjoyed Sheila in general
The Game Sl'; s Book is so much fun in the book, make it into a movie, I would totally watch it, Shelia and Mouse were funny twins, and their boy drama makes me laugh so hard, especially when Sandra got stuck in the milk box, if I ever have a sleepover, I'll record me and my friends playing it on YouTube. Marty is a good friend and teacher of SettingTarrytown.
   Disappointed had to skip a chapter when reading with kids
I have been reading this series for my 11 and 5 - year-old children and adore the other books, but was disappointed in this book, I had to skip a chapter about a Slam book. I felt that my kids didn '' need to know what was that or hear that the book made a little girl fat.