'Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing' Comes to Cole Auditorium Stage

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Judy Blume's contemporary classic novel "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing" will be brought to life when Two Beans Productions Tales.jpggraces the Cole Auditorium stage Saturday, September 19, at 2 p.m.

Nine-year-old Peter Hatcher struggles with an end-of-the-school-year assignment to write about the most important thing that happened to him during fourth grade. This is a daunting task given how much took place that year, particularly when dealing with his toddler terror of a brother, Fudge.

Peter writes about his brother's refusal to eat, to open his mouth at the dentist, a disastrous third birthday party, and getting blamed for Fudge knocking out his two front teeth. Peter always has to help out with Fudge, who gets all the attention, while Peter gets all the blame. It's enough to make a kid feel like a fourth grade nothing!

This concert; along with many other free lectures, author talks and workshops; is made possible by contributions to the Friends of the Greenwich Library. The show, 60 min., is appropriate for ages 6 and up. Pick up free assigned tickets (limit 6 per person) at the Cole Auditorium door starting at noon, then return when doors open at 1:50 p.m. For more information, please contact the Friends Office at 622-7938.

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