When Judy Moody's class studies the environment, Judy is startled to learn about the destruction of the rain forest, the endangered species (not) in her own backyard, and her own family's crummy recycling habits. Soon, Judy Moody is in a mood to whipt the planet into shape!
"McDonald's...comical novel introduces the enterainingly mercurial Judy Moody. The book itself has a look as fresh as its heroine...It's hard to imagine a mood Judy counldn't improve." --Plublishers Weekly (starred review)
McDonald's comic novel introduces the entertainingly mercurial Judy Moody. The book itself has a look as fresh as the heroine...It's hard to imagine a mood Judy couldn't improve." - Publisher's Weekly starred review.
The third title in the Judy Moody series finds the spunky third-grader in a save-the-world mood. Judy would like to enter an adhesive bandage design contest, but she doesn't have any ideas. Then a class environmental preservation project inspires her creativity, as well as a new mission. But it's not long before Judy discovers that saving the world isn't easy, whether she is trying to convince her father not to drink rainforest bean coffee or her mom to dispose of a rubber toilet plunger. However, Judy persists, and while bandage-art fame eludes her, she does come up with a class recycling project that makes a difference. It also puts her in a very good mood. This charming read features characteristically snappy, humorous prose; expressive, witty, black-and-white illustrations; and some great ideas for classroom or home projects. The book stands alone, but fans will enjoy familiar, distinctive characters and references from previous titles.