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Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted August 31, 2018 11:33 am
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Aurora

Dear Judy Blume,
Our class just finished Tales of a Forth Grade Nothing. I love the part in the book where Jenny tinkled on the rug and the whole party fiasco. I can't wait to read some other books you wrote. Thank you for being a inspiration, I writing a book and I am hoping that I can get it published.

From
Aurora

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted August 31, 2018 11:32 am
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Hannah

Dear,Judy Blume
My class just finished reading Tales of a Forth
Grade Nothing and I loved it! I have younger siblings so I understand how Peter would have felt.
It's a really good book!

From,
Hannah

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted August 31, 2018 11:32 am
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Nathan

dear Judy Blume
Me and my class just read Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. It is an interesting read with a sad truth to it. Me and my sister are sort of like Fudge and Peter. We're back and forth getting on each other's nerves.I also think you should write a book from dribble or turtle's point of view.

From,
Nathan

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted August 31, 2018 11:32 am
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Landon

Dear Judy Blume,
my class just finished reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing.It was the funniest book i have ever read I am in fourth grade to so it was even more funny. I was not expecting Fudge to eat a Dribble.
I loved it.

From, Landon

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted August 31, 2018 11:31 am
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Jocelyn

Dear Judy Blume,
Me and my class just finished your book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. It was so good and funny. Me and my brother are just like Fudge and Peter. I love when Fudge tries to fly like a bird. When their father dumped cereal over Fudges head and says eat it or wear it! This book was amazing and I can't wait to read more.
From,
Jocelyn

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted August 31, 2018 11:30 am
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Landon

Dear Judy Blume,
I loved Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I loved the whole story. My favorite parts is when Fudge talks like see? Pretty. And when he lost his teeth all gone. but there's some thing I would suggested why didn't we get to see the x-ray of Fudge eating dribble? I would love if you added like a picture later on. last of all I can relate to Peter some times and go crazy like Fudge a lot of times

From,
Landon

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted August 31, 2018 11:30 am
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Jaycob

Dear Judy Blume,
My class just finished reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing.My favorite part of the whole story is when fudge tried to act like a bird. My second is when the went to Hamburger Heaven and smeared mash potato all over the wall. The whole book is just very great. The whole class laughed and giggled. It is the best book I have ever read.
The ending was so funny when he swallowed the turtle. but I am very glad Peter got a dog. Thank You for putting a smile on my face for every time I read it.

Sincerely,
Jaycob

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted August 31, 2018 11:29 am
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Landon

Dear Judy Blume,
I loved Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I loved the whole story. My favorite parts is when Fudge talks like see? Pretty. And when he lost his teeth all gone. but there's some thing I would suggested why didn't we get to see the x-ray of Fudge eating dribble? I would love if you added like a picture later on. last of all I can relate to Peter some times and go crazy like Fudge a lot of times

From,
Landon

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted August 31, 2018 11:29 am
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Zach

Dear Judy Blume,
We just finished reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing and I loved it I hope you can make more. My favorite part was that Fudge tried to act like different animals. I was so funny also I liked that Fudge was not eating so the dad spilled his peas down his backside. You are such a great author!
Sincerely,
Zach

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted August 31, 2018 11:28 am
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Donovan

Dear Judy Blume ,
I really liked it when Fudge tried to be a bird because i once tried and because I was old enough that I could not fly I didn't get hurt and it was really funny when I head about that
From,
Donovan

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted August 31, 2018 11:27 am
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Kingston

Dear Judy Blume,
My class just read Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. Great book! I can relate to it. When my brothers get in my room it could be like when Fudge swallowed Dribble. They don't get presents in the end, but it is a mess! Soon I will read some more of your books.
From, Kingston

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted August 31, 2018 11:26 am
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Kale

Dear Judy Blume,
Our class just finished Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I found it HYSTERICAL!!! It was just so funny, I loved how Fudge tried to fly I laughed so hard. I also liked when Jenny peed herself, and when Fudge ate Dribble. You are such a good author!
From,
Kale

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted August 31, 2018 11:25 am
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Mae

Dear Judy Blume,
My teacher just finished reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing to us. I loved that your writing was so real and funny. My favorite part was when Jenny tinkled on the floor. I can definitely relate to some things that happened in the story. Sometimes I wanted to laugh but I know that would be disrespectful. I bet that you will make so many more amazing books.
Sincerely, Mae

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted August 31, 2018 11:22 am
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Amanda

Dear Judy Blume,
My class just finished reading Tales of a Forth Grade Nothing. And I loved it. I feel like everything that Peter felt I have felt. I love your book!
Sincerely,
Amanda

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted August 31, 2018 11:21 am
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Camden

Dear Judy Blume,
My class just finished reading Tales Of Fourth Grade Nothing. And my most favorite part about the book was when Fudge swallowed the turtle and how Peter got a new dog at the end of the story.
From,
Camden

Hometown: Elizabeth - Posted August 29, 2018 9:04 pm
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Noah

Hi whatís up Judy

Hometown: Reading - Posted August 29, 2018 5:15 pm
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Arushi

I read tales of a fourth grade nothing and I loved it. And now Iím in fourth grade and it might relate to me. I hope you write another book of when tootsie starts school. That would be soooooooo cool!!!!!!!

Hometown: Reading - Posted August 29, 2018 5:02 pm
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Flora

I love your books and I think you should write another fudge and Peter book but about tootsie when sheís older

Hometown: Rhode Island - Posted August 24, 2018 11:43 pm
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Judee

Hi Judy,
I always enjoyed your books growing up - even today! Hard to say which one is my favorite (it would probably be a 3-way tie)! I am also a typewriter collector - and I do use them for my own work! I was curious: what kind of typewriter did you have when you first began writing your novels? Do you remember? If so, can you tell me? I'm very curious!!
Best and thank you,
Judee

Hometown: willows,Ca - Posted August 16, 2018 12:20 pm

addison

Hi Judy!!! I love all of your books they are hilarious!! I am most definitely buy ALL of the books. I am in fourth grade and right now our class is in the middle of the book Tales of a Fourth Grade nothing. I hope you get my message and I will always be reading your books. I love them. Thank You

Hometown: willows - Posted August 16, 2018 12:18 pm

chase

Are you going to give me a book can you send it to me i am a big fan you are a great author i wish i could meet you right now! you are good with writing do you print the words on a printer

Hometown: willows - Posted August 16, 2018 12:16 pm

shamari or shea

Hi I love your books.

Hometown: usa,willows - Posted August 16, 2018 12:16 pm

bryan

what made u start making books

Hometown: willows - Posted August 16, 2018 12:15 pm

alexis

thank you for they books we like fugue.

Hometown: usa,willows - Posted August 16, 2018 12:13 pm

bryan

your books are awsome

Hometown: willows - Posted August 16, 2018 12:13 pm

jillian

hi,judy blume i love your books,there are the best

Hometown: usa,willows - Posted August 16, 2018 12:12 pm

bryan

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Hometown: willows - Posted August 16, 2018 12:10 pm

ana karen

Thank you for your books

Posted August 16, 2018 12:09 pm

joel

hi i like the book

Hometown: willows - Posted August 16, 2018 12:09 pm

jazmine

Thank you so much for your books

Hometown: willows - Posted August 16, 2018 12:08 pm

chase

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Hometown: willows - Posted August 16, 2018 12:06 pm

susan

Thank you for writing these great books! My class and I are enjoying Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing.

Hometown: yorktown, virginia - Posted August 10, 2018 8:52 am
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Fred

Wow a blast from my past.. I have always loved all of your books and reading your blog was a flashback ... back into your mind! When i was reading about your battle with the ductal carcinoma and you were talking about the size of your well... i immediately thought of margaret simon and the exercises Made me smile.... as does the memory of reading superfudge romance scene in the dark with a flashlight under the covers when i was young ... over and over and over! Freckle juice... I love you!

Hometown: San Diego - Posted August 9, 2018 8:33 pm
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ashlynn

DEAR JUDY BLUME, YOUR BOOKS ARE AMAZING. I JUST FINISHED ARE YOU THERE GOD ITS ME MARGRET.A LONG TIME AGO I READ BLUBBER AND TALES OF FOURTH GRADE NOTHING. LOVE, ASHLYNN

Hometown: Milpitas, Fremont California - Posted August 5, 2018 12:10 am
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Tami

Hello,

I really hope this message gets to you.

I am an avid reader. I read all of your books when I was young. You helped me not to be freaked out over so many things and I want to thank you. I wish that I could put into words how much of a positive impact that you made on my life, but I canít.

I know that I am not the only one that feels this way. I just wanted to thank you.

Warm regards,
Tami

Hometown: Sacramento - Posted August 3, 2018 1:28 am
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Michelle

Judy -
My name is Michelle and thank you for your time. I am reaching out to you today because I am six months away from getting married and as I began thinking about gifts to get my parents, I couldn't help but think of something that incorporates you for my father. Growing up, he read me your stories every night. Specifically, Superfudge. Knowing my love of the book, with the end of the last chapter my dad would begin again with the first page. I cannot tell you how many times we read and reread Superfudge. Not only did he know how much I loved the book, but he knew my want for a younger sibling, something that never happened, but I think he helped me to live vicariously through the relationship between Fudge and Tootsie. I was hoping, if I sent you a copy of my book, if you would mind signing a note to my dad. My dad is a man of simple wants, every birthday, Christmas, or Father's Day, all he would ask for is "World Peace". Though I cannot give him "World Peace" what I can do, is reach out to an author that brought us together, every night, throughout my childhood. Thank you for your consideration.

Hometown: lorain - Posted August 1, 2018 3:29 pm
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Mathew

Hi what's up

Hometown: Canon CIty Colorado - Posted July 31, 2018 4:29 pm
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doc theopolis

Hey Judy,
Long time Fan, First time blogger. I was just wondering if you had caught the snappy pop-culture references to your book "Dear God It's Margret", in such hit movies as "Deadpool" and "Taldega Nights"? if you haven't seen these movies referencing your work, I highly suggest checking them out! keep up the good work! -Doc Theopolis

Hometown: Houston - Posted July 31, 2018 11:33 am
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Sekou D

Dear Judy Blume,

No words can describe how much I admire you. You're my number one author. When I was 10 in fifth grade, the Fudge Series was my latest obsession, Every novel is the best. I'm glad I know what made you decide to write it. If only you could write another Fudge book. They're my most favorite books ever. You should write about Jimmy Fargo. Peter, Jimmy, and Sheila in eighth grade and high school would be fascinating. Fudge as well. and Tootsie. I know you haven't written a book in 16 years, but it would still be great to see more of Peter, Fudge, and their family and friends. I hope we eventually have a wonderful conversation about the Fudge Series and when and if you get another idea for more books.

Sincerley, Your biggest fan, Sekou D

Hometown: San Jose, CA - Posted July 27, 2018 11:30 am
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Lee

Hello! Can you please write a sequel to "Are You There God? It': Me Margaret." It was interesting and I want to see what happens after. Thank You!

Hometown: Maple Grove, MN - Posted July 26, 2018 2:05 pm
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Mason

PLEASE WRITE MORE FUDGE BOOKS!!! I love all of them!

Hometown: Soldotna - Posted July 18, 2018 12:11 am
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Parker C

Can you write more Fudge books please? I like them.

Hometown: Chicago - Posted July 17, 2018 1:07 pm
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Greta

Hi so i am doing a summer reading thing and I need to write to my favorite author, and since I don't have one, I just found an author I like with some sort of email thing. So, you have been chosen to get a message from me. By the way, your books are pretty good.

Sincerely,
Greta

Hometown: Durham - Posted July 12, 2018 12:25 pm
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Krista

Hi Ms. Blume!
I have gone to therapy for religious OCD (scrupulosity) and anxiety for a couple years now, however my illness makes it VERY difficult for me to keep my faith and connection with god. I've been in the midst of a pretty intense anxiety attack concerning religion these past couple days. I stumbled across the preview for Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret on Goodreads and decided to read the preview. It was so comforting to find out that i'm not alone in having doubts about religion, and even though i'm perhaps a bit 'too old' for it, the clear language was soothing to my anxiety and faith and somehow it has helped in the midst of this awful storm. Although i'm past bodily puberty already, Margaret is so relatable in so many ways and it's so comforting to know that i'm not a freak or weak or alone. i will definitely read it as soon as i can! Thank you so much!

Hometown: toronto - Posted July 10, 2018 9:45 am
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keba thomas

You've always been a blessing and a secret in my youth.
It only took 11 yrs to announce publicly that I enjoyed every word Are you there God & Blubber in particular. Both added the much needed wisdom then and today.

I unfortunately faced the "not good enough" or derailing dialogue from my future aspirations for as along as I've known myself. Parts of me over the years absorbed the negative chatter. HOWEVER, the big kid within didn't give in. Today I've published one, very short, story and aim to follow your path ( publish 3 before seeking publicist and editor). It's called You and I: Naomi and Jiggs. I'd like to mail it to you in hopes you'll find time to read it and impart wisdom.

Many thanks in advance , & I hope you continue to have days worth dreaming about.
Keba Thomas

Hometown: Obernzenn, Germany - Posted July 6, 2018 7:25 am
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Gabriela

Dear Judy Blume,
I grew up in Canada reading your wonderful books for teenagers. I felt I was not alone with my misgivings about myself, my family and my school life. I now have some wonderful young teenage friends here in Germany and would like to share your books with them. But their English is not yet developed enough to read your books in English and benefit from them. Are your books available in German? If so, I could not find them. If not, could I recommend someone who could translate them for you? I am studying translation in Erlangen, Germany and know someone who could do a fabulous job of translating your books into German. I very much look forward to hearing from you, in case you have the time. Please continue to make the world a little better with your writing. Sincerely, Gabriela G

Hometown: Fairfax - Posted July 5, 2018 8:09 pm
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Ava C

Hi. My name is Ava. I really enjoy reading your books. Iíve only read one book so far but I am really into your books. I really love Fudge. He is my favorite character. My favorite part of Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing is when Fudge has his birthday party and everybody is going crazy. Also when Peter was watching Fudge and he fell off the playground and knocked his tooth out . My other favorite part was when Fudge ate Dribble, Peterís turtle . Thank you for reading my message and I love your writing!

Hometown: West Allis - Posted June 27, 2018 9:29 pm
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Lisa

Dear Ms. Blume,

I just wanted to let you know how much I loved reading your book while I was growing up, and now I'm loving reading them to my 6 and 8 year old kids every night at bedtime! It's bringing back wonderful memories from my childhood. Thanks for the great entertainment!

Sincerely,
Lisa

Hometown: saskatoon - Posted June 14, 2018 12:16 pm
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Aiden

Dear Judy Blume,
Hi my name is Aiden I just fished Tails of a fourth grade nothing and it was amazing!! A read again for sure! Now questions can Fudge eat a dog? Why did Fudge eat dribble? why did Sheila be a bit of a jerk? Once again the book
was amazing and when my mom was a kid my mom loved the book too!

from Aiden

Hometown: saskatoon - Posted June 14, 2018 12:15 pm
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Samuel

Dear JUDY Blume,
hello my name is Samuel I Just finished Tales of a fourth grade Nothing and it was super. I love it how Fudge ate dribble and how he says something over and over again like in my tummy tummy tummy. I also like how the setting is in NEW YORK CITY I have always liked settings in New York those books are the best I have a lot of questions too. where did you get this idea? why did fudge eat dribble? why was the setting in new York? why did peter get the dog at the end of the book? why is Shelia so bossy? and why do you like to write is it fun or do you like inspiring kids? From Samuel thank you

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