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I loved your story Frecel juce.
I like youer books
i love freckle juice. it is so funny when he gose to school with the marker on him
I love your books.My name is BELLA by
I like how you did your own books and just make up your own things that you made up. Your family is very nice and your three babies are so wonderful I have all your books I just want to thank you. I wish I could be just like you.
I like your books
I Love your Books
i love fulke juies so much
I like your book.
i like your books.
i love fudge
dear Judyi really love the book freckle juice
how many books have writin
i love your books and i like freckel juice
i love freckle juice a lot!!!!!
Could you visit valdosta ,ga this year
Ran across Unlikely Event by chance and you and I remember the same Elizabeth. I lived in Roselle until 1948 and used to shop for a neighbor lady at the A&P on Elmora Avenue. Then they had bus 49 with overhead wires from Elizabeth to Dunellen, and those gray squat buses--e.g., 24 (Singer) 28 (Bayway which used Westfield Ave.), and more. Before they redid the Jersey Central, it ran from Broad Street Station east to Jersey City, with the Pennsylvania Railroad crossing above it there. As a kid, I played in Warinanco Park (bordering Roselle, Elizabeth, and Linden). Also went to day camp at the YMCA--think it was about 2 blocks east of Broad and parallel to it. The counselor of my group, as it was, attended Jefferson High. I could draw a map by hand connecting Broad Street with Morris Ave et. al., even today. Attended St. Joseph School in Roselle (for my most regretted 6 years of education--wish I had been allowed to stay at Harrison E. S., then go on to Abraham Clark). Moved to Charleston, SC in 1948 and never returned to live in NJ as it happened. Heard the awful news of the plane crashes after I left. Today, I'm a retired professor (specialist in Modern Mexico and the Caribbean). My wife well acquainted with your children's books--well, the other ones too. We're fewer each year who recall Elizabeth of our time. Good health and best wishes wherever you may be today!
PS I can be "googled." John B Williman (Ph.D.)
Dear Judy Blume, thank you for making books. we all like them. We hop you make more. But This time about fudge. If you do I hop you make it funny we wonder if you working on a nothr one
my teacher is reading all of your fugue books and I have two of them. my whoool class is like a fan of your fugue books.
can you make more fugue books
Hi my name is Kelmely .I love to read your books
Are you going to make a book
Will you ever make another fudge book?
i love your bookaroe you going to make a fudge book forum anaya
how will fudge be as a parint
Dear Judy Blume,
I hop you make more books. we rilly liked them
Dear Judy Blume,
Are you going to make a another book I really love you books
Dear Judy Blume,
I love your books. Are you making more?
Dear Judy Blume,
when I was in second grade I loved your books thank you
Can you make a book where Fudge tells the story please?
Are you going to make another book that fuge is telling the story
Could you write a other book about fudge were he is grown up
Hi, Judy. I'm currently working a project about you, and i had a question. What inspired you to start writing and become an author? And who influenced some of your works?
Mrs. Kent's Reading Class
We are reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. We like reading how Fudge gets into a lot of mischief. We LOVE your books!
How do you get your ideas for what happens in your stories?
Are you still writing books or are you retired? Would you be available to face time with us?
You have really inspired our class to do more reading and writing! Thank you for writing such entertaining books!
Mrs. Kent's Reading Class
Wishing you early Birthday best wishes.
Of course...love your work
Thank you so much for sharing your ideas and stories with us all. Summer Sisters has stayed with me since I first read it in junior high school. Until this day, I find myself wondering what happened to Caitlyn. Do you plan on ever revealing what you think happened to her/what you saw happening to her to your readers? Or do you hope to keep it a mystery? I would love to know how you saw her mystery unfold. Love you to from Canada. xoxo
hai im bray bray from mizzopu
my names bob i like that u have a b.s scolorship
Will you continue to write more "Hilarious world of Fudge" books? I am a really big fan and I love these series. I really enjoy reading them with my mom. Thank you!
why did you start writing books?
why did you start writing. can you come meet me pleas!
Hi Judy Blume,
Let me say, I have been reading your books for the past 5 years and they are probably the best books I have ever read! I especially like the series 'Just as Long as W'ere Together' and 'Here's to you Rachel Robinson'. These books are so relatable in middle school and I have probably read them each like 10 times! I just had one question. Why don't you create a third book in Alison's point of view? I mean this series is SOOO GOOD but I still want to know what happens with Alison's mother and what not! Anyway I just wanted to tell you that you are such an inspirational author and probably the best author of all time!
If I mail you a book would you sign and personalize it to a friend for me? I would send you $$ for the return postage.
Dear Mrs. Blume,
I have read your books repetitively, even past my childhood. As an adult, I still look back and realize how much of an influence your books had on shaping me as a person. You are the best and I love you for the impact your books have had on me and my personality. You are my all-time favorite author.
Thank you so very much for sharing your creative talent with me and the rest of the world.
Hi,I read all your fuge book and you are my favorite author can you please send my school all your books to my school kippdc lead academy
Mrs. Melissa D
Dear Judy Blume. Hello, my 4th grade students and I really love your books! We are reading the Fudge series in order, and we are on "Superfudge" right now. The class and I have two "burning questions"...
1. In "Otherwise Known As Sheila the Great," does Bobby Egran notice that some of his models were cracked and glued back together? If so, does he "get" Sheila?
2. In "Superfudge," what exactly DOES Mrs. Muldour do with all those worms?"
Thank you so much for answering us!
Mrs. D and her PA fourth grade class
I got your boxed set for Christmas!It's AMAZING! my favorite is starring sally j freeman as herself!!! I find myself a lot like Sally in a way. I like to make up stories and pretend. Unfortunatley, all my friends have grown out of imaginary games, so I like to play them on my own in my giant backyard. Everyone thinks i'm weird when I have a pretend sword fight with a pretend knight, but it's worth it.
I have a few questions about your books that remain unanswered. For example, What is Douglas from sally j freeman doing at Miami beach when he goes off on his bike alone? is he just casually riding his bike, or does he have a secret?
Secondly, In Iggie's house, do the garbers stay in Winnie's neighborhood, or do they move out? And does Winnie really run away to Tokyo?
Lastly, in Blubber, does Wendy become nice, or do she and Linda stay friends forever and always exclude Jill? Oh yeah, and does Kenny go as an "intresting flenser" for halloween when he is in grade 5 and win a prize?
I hope you are doing well. Thank you for reading my letter!
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