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hi dear Mrs Judy blume,
how are you? have you written your new book?Iam so excited to read it.what are your new plans these days.
all the best for your work!
thank you for sending a email back to me. I hope you put a lot of work into the book you are writing. can you answer my guestion for me how did you come up with all the titles for all you books. Bye for nowHometown: Simcoe - Age: 9 - Posted November 20, 2014 6:52 am
Tonight, I was at the library with my 8 year old son. We were in the children's section browsing the turnstiles with the paperback books. I saw your name as he was turning the stile and I stopped him and picked up "Blubber" and then "Deenie". I felt like I went back in time and was a 10 year old girl binge reading all of your books.
I know you have heard stories from so many people about the influence your books have had on their childhood. Count me in as someone that can honestly say that your books saved me and for that I thank you. I identified with Margaret, Sally, Peter, Rachel, and to some extent Linda (I was the fat girl but not bullied like her).
To this day, your books are food for my soul. I still have my original copy of "Are you there God? It's me, Margaret." The cover is ripped and tattered, but the pages are perfect.
Dear: mrs. Blume
I want you to make another book called Peter Hatcher to the Rescue. Otherwise I like the book Sheila the great and all the other books you made. In My class we read Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing and it was AWESOME, all the kids in my class liked it. My class did a message to you isn't that cool? That is all I am writing to you today,so have a great day.
Your number one fan: Hailey
Hi I love your website and I am in Mr.Auld's class. Just to let you know and like on my other message I said we just finshed reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. And maybe when I go to my public libary I will go look for Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great. It will be hard but I am up for the challenge also I like the title for all your Fudge books and the Pain and the Great one. I never seen your other books. Plus we have one of the Pain and the Greate one book's in our class and Mr.Auld signed out two other ones I forget what they are called. I also like your front cover of this website I hope you write back
your biggst fan
Dear Mrs. Blume,
I am your biggest fan. I have a new idea for a book. I think that Peter,s dog should give birth to 10 puppies, and Jimmy Fargo should have 3 garter snakes and Sheila can have 2 geckoes. Can you make more Fudge books please! I hope you can make more Fudge books, and I hope you agree with me and my idea.
Dear Judy Blume,
I like your book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing
because... I like it when Peters dad dumps the bowl of corn flakes on Fudge and got what he deserted. I like Tales of a fourth Grade Nothing but I don`t like it when Fudge eats Dribble its too sad for me.
Over all this book is petty funny and I probably
read the rest of the books also I think you should
make more books for the series.
Dear Judy Blume,
I like your books a lot,mostly super Fudge and double Fudge.I hope you make another Fudge book.
Hi my name is Kyle and I want to ask some questions. Why base the character Fudge on your son Larry? Was he mischievous like Fudge, or was he crazy like Fudge? Why make Fudge eat Dribble? I am in fourth grade just like Peter. I am nine and I was thinking I could make my own Fudge book called " funny Fudge." I want to maybe meet up when I'm older and discus my idea for a new Fudge book. Thank you!
Dear Mrs. Blume,
I like your books. I love Tales of Fourth Grade nothing. I like your books. I hope you make more books. You are good at writing books I hope you write back. I wish you could write more Fudge books. I love your books. Please write back.
Your best fan Taylor
Dear Mrs. Blume,
I have two ideas. First, I would like Peter's dog
to have puppies. I would like Sheila to have a rabbit.
I am writing you this letter because I want to ask you are you going to write another book about Fudge? I want to know where you got the name Peter? My teacher Mr.Auld read the book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing to our class, and I thought it was AWESOME!I have the book tales of a Fourth grade Nothing and otherwise known as Sheila the Great. I have the book are you there god, it's me Margaret I LOVE IT!I think you are a good writer. I love your books it gives me...happiness. Thank you for writing all of your books. You are awesome thank you.
From Grace in Grade 3 age 8.
Dear Mrs. Judy Blume,
I love your book's. Your book's are so funny.
I like the book called Tales Of A Fourth Grade
Nothing. My questions to you are how many books do you write? How old are you?
How are you and how is your family? I love your book tales of a fourth grade nothing. Can
you write another book with the names Keira and Grace because my name is Keira and my friends name is Grace? I think you should write a book called Funny Fudge. You should make a story just with Fudge and Peter. How old were you when you started to write stories? What made you want to become an author and was there someone special that inspired you? I am 8 years old and in grade 3.
I really like Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing.
I hope you keep writing books.
Can make a another character named Lorin?
If you can make Fudge a twin brother,than I would like that.Why did you start writing books? Thank you for looking at my letter.
Dear Judy Blume,
I like your books, the best one was tale of a
fourth grade nothing because I like the Birthday Bash and Dribble! I like the Birthday Bash because Jennie twinkled on the carpet. I like Dribble because Peter got a new dog.
Your only one,
Dear Mrs. Blume,
I love your book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. A true fact is my class just finished reading your book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing and we LOVED it! Everybody thought it was funny and interesting. Also and I can't wait to read Also Known as Sheila the Great.
Your biggest fan,
I read your book tales of a fourth grade nothing. My favorite chapter was when Peter got a dog. Why did u have Fudge eat dribble in chapter 10???. Other than anything else I love the book.
Dear Mrs. Blume,
Hi Mrs. Blume, are you thinking of writing a new Fudge book? I love your Fudge books because Fudge is so funny in Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. Mrs. Blume, how old were you when you first started writing books? On the weekend I wrote two books myself. Overall I think you are a great author.
Hi my name is Bryce and I want to ask you some questions about tales of a fourth grade nothing. How did you get Fudge so funny?
Another thing is why did you make Peter A nothing? About Fudge why is Fudge always getting into things is it because you based Fudge on your son and your son was always doing things? p.s. why did you write tales of a fourth grade nothing?
The book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing is an AWESOME book, can you write another book please?
In the book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing my favourite character is Fudge because he is funny. Your book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing is GREAT!
Your Fan: Hailey
Dear Mrs Blume,
I read your book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing and I LOVE IT! My favourite character was Fudge because in the story,Fudge did a lot of funny things. My favourite part of Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing is when Fudge swallowed Dribble. My favourite chapter was The Birthday Bash because lots of silly things happend.In my class we pretended to be Peter and wrote a pretend letter to Peter's mom about why Peter needed a lock on his door. Are you thinking about making another Fudge book?
Your Number 1 Fan,
Hello my name is Kaleb and I would like to
ask you some questions.About your self.I would
like to know how you make your stories so funny.In tales of a Fourth grade Nothing. my favouritc part when Jennie peed on the carpet.what is your favourte part please let me know
Dear Mrs Blume,
I LOVE your book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. My favorite chapter is My brother the bird. I LOVE your books
P.S my nickname is Nate
Hi my name is Kierstin and my class and I just finished reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing.
I absolutely loved it!
How did you come up with the title Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing?
Will you make a 6th book about fudge and his family?
In the last chapter called Dribble, why did you make Fudge eat Dribble?
Will you please make another fudge book called super funny Fudge?
I really hope you can write back to me soon.
Dear Mrs. Blume,
Hi, my name is James. I love your books! I would like it if you could write another book called Fudge The Boss! Fudge is vary funny. Where did you get the name Peter? My teacher Mr. Auld read the book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. Do you like writing books? Where do you live? My class likes is when we read your books! What is your favorite color? What is your favorite Song? Do you like the song Peanut Butter Jelly Time and My Songs Know What you Did in the Dark (Lite Em Up)? Thank you for writing and reading my letter.
Hi,my name is Tia and at school my teacher is reading us Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I am going to start with some questions. First, why did you want to become an author? Next,how did you pick all the titles for the Fudge books? Last I was wondering if you were going to make a movie about the book.I am going to tell you some things I will do and what I like about the book. First when I get older and have a kid I will read the books to them. Finally,I loved Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing and I was hoping I could read the other 4 Fudge books. I hope you can write back to me soon.
Dear Judy Blume,
Why don't you make a movie of all the Fudge books? I want you to do that so I can see what actually happens. It would make me laugh out loud!
Hi my name is Tia and in school my teacher is reading us Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I love the book and i was hopping i could read the other 4 I have 1 question why did you want to be a author.I really want to read SuperFudge because i want to read about the new baby and lean if it's going to be a girl or a boy. WELL BYE FOR NOWHometown: Simcoe - Age: 9 - Posted November 18, 2014 3:28 pm
whatwasyour1bookHometown: greenwood - Age: 90 - Posted November 18, 2014 12:11 pm
how old are youHometown: ar - Age: 30 - Posted November 18, 2014 12:11 pm
please can you write a book call bully send it to Mrs.ArringtonHometown: monticello - Age: 9 - Posted November 18, 2014 11:55 am
Old were you when you wrote your first book?
hey i like your books they are so coolHometown: Denver - Age: 36 - Posted November 18, 2014 10:01 am
hi i like your freckle juice book we are reading it in classHometown: Navasota - Age: 8 - Posted November 17, 2014 3:16 pm
hey i saw your videoHometown: i live north river lane in panguitch - Age: 9 - Posted November 17, 2014 9:53 am
dear judy blume im in sixth grade and I wanted to do a project on you. I have to act like I was interviewing you so I wanted to ask you what you would think about some of my questions please email back it would mean every thing to me. yur favorite fan madeline bHometown: longview - Age: 12 - Posted November 15, 2014 11:46 am
Just thinking of you and how much your stories taught me when I was young. I remember always being sad at the end of Forever when they saw each other at the store, and didn't speak. It was so hard to understand. Now that I am 44, it is still hard to understand, but it has happened to me, and somehow, maybe just a little bit, it helped me cope to have had experienced it in a book. Love is so complex, and so is growing up. Thank you for the good reads.Hometown: detroit - Age: 44 - Posted November 15, 2014 8:38 am
hello my name is justine.my teacher has been reading fuge books we are very sad because we have raed all of them and I want to say please write more fuge books thank you ps our school address is will rogers elementary school 101 s.smith vinita OKHometown: vinita - Age: 9 - Posted November 14, 2014 5:05 pm
My mom was going through some of her old books and told me to read Forever. I have never been into reading but I though I might give this book a chance. I read this book within just a few hours I couldn't take my eyes off of it. I love the romance that Katherine and Michael had. And may I say I absolutely love it!!!Hometown: Boone, North Carolina - Age: 15 - Posted November 13, 2014 7:02 pm
Hi I LOVE the Fudge books. I did not know that Fudge would eat Peter's pet turtle, Dribble.Hometown: Sawyer - Age: 10 - Posted November 13, 2014 2:56 pm
Dear Judy Blume, I just wanted to say I love all your book and I wanted to know when you are going to be coming near Illinois and when is your new book coming out because I can't wait for moreHometown: Normal - Age: 11 - Posted November 11, 2014 9:27 pm
I love your books. I think Fudge is funny. My mom reads your books to me at night. Are going to make more books about Fudge?Hometown: Carle Place - Age: 6 - Posted November 11, 2014 5:33 pm
Thank you so much for this awesome website. I am a junior in college and have been asked to write a report on a famous children's author. I picked the famous Judy Blume. Thank you for all your contributions to literature. Sincerely, MelanieHometown: Dubuque - Age: 20 - Posted November 11, 2014 10:31 am
what is your favorite book that you wrote and how do you come up with these great ideas for your awesome books,I mean your my favorite author and I just wish I could be so awesome like you.I just love all of your books I'm just speechless now.Hometown: easton - Age: 9 - Posted November 10, 2014 1:22 pm
Richard Scotch Plains
Hello Mrs. Blume
I'm writing to you because you are close to my early childhood memories that have carried over to my adult life .I am from scotch plains nj and went to evergreen school and remember you visiting and being so patcient and giving both with your time and books you gave us. I recently got married and my wife is a first yr kindergarten teacher after 10 yrs as a end grade teacher we were both talking about how kids are so behind in her district (Roselle Park nj) and I was tell I g her how when u came to see us even though I was a 1rst grader and to this day gave me the inspiration to read more.Mrs Blume/Cooper I know you are retired and enjoying YOUR time...but if u could in any way contact my wife and or school with maybe a inspiring word or two it may give these kids the motivation they need..
Hello Miss Judy!
I am 43, and well remember your books from when I was young. Our birth month and days are the same! I have since had my own children and now one granddaughter. I have always loved reading, and thanks to Mrs. Chalekien, my fourth grade teacher, I have very fond memories of several books she read us daily. So, as my children grew, 3 boys and 1 girl, I read to them. My first choices were your Fudge stories and Harry Potter. I was glad to learn you went to bat for our freedom to read your books and your freedom to write and distribute them. Thank you for sharing your wonderfully amazing imagination with us. I am in shock and awe of you! My life was truly blessed to have been touched by you. And I do remember the pamplets on menstruation in school. Funny how you couldn't be truthful about the ick. I guess there is no 'scientific' facts to substantiate the ick factors. I hope all is well. Love and blessings!
Dear Judy Blume
I love superfudge,tales of fourth grade nothing,otherwise none as sheela the grate and so on...
to Judy Blume
ps i am a girl
last night I went to the bookstore and came across the book: Are You There God, It's Me Margaret. I had never read this book as a child, however I had been a huge fan of the Fudge books. In a bout of nostalgia I grabbed the book and sat down for two hours immersed in Margaret's life. The book really touched me, and I found myself laughing out loud at some of the things that I related to, things that I can remember happening to me around the time that I was Margaret's age. I found the whole experience of reading something that was so close to my own childhood very soothing, and I just wanted to thank you for writing such great children's books.
I can't wait to read the Fudge books to my own children one day.
Hey, I love your books very much. I am glad that you became an author. Your books have really inspired me. When I grow up I would also love to be an author. I also write books of my own for my child life. I write them about my real life what goes on and everything. I write these books so I can remember what it was like from my childhood. I want to publish them when I grow up. I have this one book about my dad and I call it Tragdey at six. Anyways I would love for you to message me back!!!(:Hometown: Roanoke,alabama - Age: 12 - Posted November 6, 2014 12:05 pm
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