The story from one big brother's point-of-view of his family, in all their quirky glory, over the course of a year. As stand-alone stories and as pieces of the larger whole, each chapter paints a portrait of a funny, warm, and totally one of a kind family.
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And stuff I wish I could forget.'' In a style reminiscent of Cheaper by the Dozen, this warm story (unobtrusively set in what seems to be the '70s) neatly blends the humor and frustrations of growing up in a large family headed by two sanguine parents.| Read Full Review of Fig Pudding
Ralph Fletcher cleverly ends Fig Pudding on a comic note by devoting the last chapter to the way that young Josh accidentally adds a “secret ingredient” to his father’s fig pudding, a dish that the Abernathy clan traditionally carries to a large family gathering every year.| Read Full Review of Fig Pudding
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