JudyMoody and the Bad Luck Charm
Thecharacters in the book are well-developed and the writer continues tobuild them as the story progresses. The real picture of thecharacters is revealed little by little as the story continues toopen up. It is because of this development that the facts about themain characters become revealed (McDonald & Reynolds, 2012).Since the reader gets to know about the characters bit by bit, thisdepicts that the characters are well-developed in the book.
WhatI Like About the Story
Ilike the story because of its humor. The story of Judy Moody keepsthe reader eager to know what will happen later. The humor in thebook makes the reader to keep on reading in order to catch the humorin the entire story. Also, I like the story because of itsorganization. The book is organized into chapters, making it easy forthe reader to understand the progress of the story.
Althoughthere are different characters in the story, the tale revolves aroundtwo characters Judy and her brother, Stink (McDonald & Reynolds,2012). Because most of the actions in the story surround these twocharacters, then they can be indicated to be the main characters inthe story.
TheMain Idea and Summary of the Story
Thestory is about Judy and her achievement because of a lucky penny sheobtained from her grandma. After Judy keeping the penny in herpocket, she could not stop winning. After several wins with thepenny, she decides to use it in Washington to represent her class ina spelling bee competition. However, she drops the penny in a toiletbowl accidentally, which overturns her luck (McDonald & Reynolds,2012). The main idea in the book is that magic cannot always betrusted because it can fail.
McDonald,M., & Reynolds, P. H. (2012). JudyMoody and the bad luck charm.Somerville, Mass: Candlewick.