Judy is not excited about starting third grade, and she's the type of kid who lets people know how she's feeling. Despite her best attempts to stay grouchy, though, her new third-grade teacher wins her over, especially when he assigns the class the job of making a Me collage. For this project, Judy must create a poster that represents her in various ways. As she compiles artifacts for her collage, Judy has new adventures that can go on the poster, such as creating a new club, overcoming her jealousy about her little brother's trip to Washington, D.C., and going to a party she doesn't want to attend where she ends up making a new friend. Judy's emotions certainly change throughout the story, but she stays constant to herself-a confident and spunky girl who doesn't let her moods define who she is.
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Judy Moody Was in a Mood
By Megan McDonald
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