20 Of The Best Children Books To Re-Read As An Adult
Tales Of a 4th Grade Nothing
There’ so many awesome books by Judy Blume, but this tale of hers about what it’s like to a be a sibling still resonates whether you’re eight years old or 80 years old. This book is funny, and re-reading it as an adult, it’s downright hilarious and so touching to see the love that both brothers have another (even if it doesn’t always feel that way).
So many of us have there when we’ve had the younger sibling that we loved, but go on our nerves and just about made our life miserable. Even though Peter’s younger brother Fudge who’s in his terrible 2’s was a pain in his butt, but at the end of the day, he learns to accept both his brother as well as parents for who they are, in the very same way that his family receives him. As adults, we can learn a thing or two from the way Peter ends up forgiving them all instead of holding a stupid grudge forever. I mean, isn’t that what families are really about?