Judy says:

Thank you, thank you for all your wonderful notes. I only wish I could respond to each of you personally. But in order to start a new book I need serious thinking time, which means less time for e-mail. Hope you understand. Just want you to know that my assistant and I read this guestbook every day, and that your continued love and support are a constant inspiration.


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Hometown: SF Bay Area, CA - Posted December 30, 2015 12:02 am

Maya (Piggie Lover)

Dear Judy Blume,
I'm your biggest fan. I know A LOT of people say that, but who else would read "Are You There God, it's Me, Margaret at 7 years old and use it for a school book report? Hehe. I love your books SO SO SO much,and I've read them around 5 times.(Yes, really.) I've read everything except the adult books, like Wifey. My favorite book by you would have to be "Are You There God, it's Me, Margaret", "Deenie", "Blubber" or "Here's to you, Rachel Robinson." It's funny, nobody in my grade has heard about you. Crazy, I know. You are my favorite author by FAR and I feel like your books kind of grow with me. I bet when I'm 12 I'll think "Ohhhh, now I get Judy's books!" I can't explain what I feel when I read your books. Your wonderful books have inspired me to write my own short stories.

Keep On Writing, and I'll keep on Reading!!

Love, Maya (Piggie Lover)

Hometown: Queens - Posted December 27, 2015 7:55 pm


Over the summer, my teacher (who now works for pre-school, and I now got a new teacher) assigned us 3 book reports. For the second one I chose Tales Of a Fourth Grade Nothing. It was hilarious!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They could've chose a boring book like The Hobbit (no offense J.R.R Tolken),or To Kill a Mocking Bird (that's actually a good idea,but a boring book whoever wrote the book),but they chose THIS?!?!?!?!?! THANK YOU SCHOOL AND JUDY BLUME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hometown: Queens - Posted December 27, 2015 7:43 pm


Over the summer,my old teacher told us to do a book report on 3 books. For the second one I did Tales Of a Fourth Grade Nothing. It was hilarious.😃👍😃👍😃👍😃👍😃👍😃👍😃👍😃👍😃👍😃👍

Hometown: Fruitport, mi - Posted December 27, 2015 11:54 am


I really liked your book Sheila the great. i enjoyed the part about her being afraid of dogs and that she kind of got over that. my mom and i cant wait to read the Fudge books. my mom read your books when she was young and loved them and now i do too.

Hometown: Longmeadow - Posted December 22, 2015 1:37 pm


Dear Judy Blume,
Can you please write more FUDGE books to entertain me?
I have read all of them and they are 500x300 hilarious and funny. I use the books to write my reading journal responses and they are really nice. My teacher really wants more too! If you do make one please make an EPILOUGE of when Fudge grows up! Please write one! Thank you and please write back soon. From, Christopher

Hometown: Ponte Vedra beach, fl - Posted December 21, 2015 9:02 pm


I have just heard about judy's book about the plane crashes over ELIZABETH, NJ. I thought she might be interested in knowing that we (my mother and 4 children)were scheduled to be on the 3rd flight but we're late and then transferred to section B of that flight. We have lots of memories of this experience if Judy is interested

Hometown: Atlanta, georgia - Posted December 19, 2015 1:28 pm


Just finished "in the unlikely event" on a plane headed home from Key West! Would have looked you up if I'd read the authors notes before I left. Thanks for a great vacation read! Loved the book and will return to Key West sooner rather than later!!!

Hometown: durham - Posted December 17, 2015 12:38 pm


u are a symbol of how creativity is more important than fame thank u for that

Hometown: Pawling - Posted December 17, 2015 9:31 am


Dear Judy Blume,

Hi! My name is Ellie. I am in fifth grade at Mizzentop Day School. I have been in this school for about 9 years…..going on 10! I am a big fan of your books. I have read Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, Superfudge, and Double Fudge, but my favorite book is Blubber.

Linda, the person who is Blubber, is really nice. People were making fun of her because she is chubby, which I think is unfair. I also like Jill who was trying to be part of the cool people club. I like her because she was not trying to be a bully to Linda. I do not like Wendy because she was the worst of the bullies. She was cruel to Linda. Wendy was even cruel enough to pull down her pants in front of the whole class. My favorite part of the book is when Jill decided that she was going to be Linda’s friend!

In your books, I don’t think that I would change anything. Your books just bring me to delight when I am reading them. I think that the best part about your books is that you always have a lesson in them, followed by a happy message or something that's a little more serious. I think the message you gave in Blubber is the best: you can not always do what you want. Sometimes you have to do what is right. I think Blubber is my favorite book, and I think that it will stay that way!

I just have three questions I would like to ask. Does writing give you a lot of stress? My second question is are you lonely in the room when you write by yourself? My third question is how do you get inspired for your books?

I just want to thank you for all you've done, for bringing kids joy by reading your books! Because of you, I know I have not been bullied because I know the definition of bullying. I also know it's not right to bully someone else.

If you could, could you write back? I would love hearing from such a famous author.

Your biggest fan,

Posted December 16, 2015 3:43 pm


I really love your books! They always make me smile!

Hometown: durham - Posted December 15, 2015 12:41 pm

star dust


Hometown: Camp hill - Posted December 14, 2015 6:07 pm


My class is reading the book Tails of a Fourth grade nothing.

Hometown: durham - Posted December 14, 2015 12:41 pm



Hometown: ARdmore pa - Posted December 13, 2015 12:15 pm


i forgot my book at school and i have to do a book report on it this weekend and i have one thing to ask you how did there cat get their name/

Hometown: bristow ok - Posted December 13, 2015 12:10 pm


hi judy blum me and my friend Briley loves your books.

love you Gabrielle and Briley

Hometown: Dilworth - Posted December 11, 2015 3:20 pm

Kaaryn A.

We read your novels in our fourth grade room. Due to censorship, our district now blocks sites like youtube... meaning I can no longer access the tv episdoes of Tales. Where might I be able to purchase a DVD of the episodes?? THANK YOU!!

Hometown: hanford ca - Posted December 11, 2015 2:04 pm


Dear Judy Blume I love your book Forever. There is so much i can realate to on it

Hometown: Farwell - Posted December 11, 2015 9:53 am


I read your books when I was younger and I loved them! You are such an inspiration to young readers! Keep doing what you're doing Ms. Blume!

Hometown: nyc - Posted December 9, 2015 8:34 pm


how do u get ispiraton for your books

Hometown: Watertown MA - Posted December 8, 2015 8:54 pm

Billy and Kelly

Just got finished reading "Super Fudge". We loved it and laughed so much ! We especially loved Fudge and rat face!
Can't wait to read all of your books. Thank you!!!!

Hometown: Houston tx - Posted December 8, 2015 3:03 pm

Cra Cra


Hometown: abq - Posted December 6, 2015 3:05 pm


hi thanks for responding i love all your books and you are one of the only authors i like <3

Hometown: abq - Posted December 6, 2015 3:04 pm



Hometown: Colorado - Posted December 3, 2015 3:23 pm


Dear Judy B.,
You are my favorite author your books are funny and entertaining.I wanted to know how you make you books so funny. Also, I was hopping you could respond or Skype with my class and teacher.

Hometown: Schofield - Posted December 3, 2015 12:11 pm


Hi my name is avalon, Im doing a author research project and I choosed you! I love the fudge seires, and i love the book are you there god, its me Margret. I would like to learn stuff about you and some of your quoets. Inned all this stuff soon so please email me back when you can thxs

Hometown: Weston, Wisconsin - Posted December 2, 2015 8:47 pm


Hi I'm Mackenzie Johnson and I'm from DC Everest Middle School. We are doing a author research paper and I choose you as mine. I was wondering were did you get your inspiration to start writing. I was also wondering what is your advice to other authors or people just starting writing. Please get back to me as soon as possible.

Hometown: Garden City, NY - Posted December 2, 2015 11:00 am


Dear Mrs. Blume,

I go to school at Buckley Country Day School in New York and my English class is going to grow beans with our favorite author's word on it. Once we get that information, we will send the word to a bean company. The bean company will then engrave the word in the bean. We will care for our beans and then they will grow. When the flowers sprout, the word will appear on the flower! Then, we will send our favorite authors the picture of the flower, to honor them.

Since you are my favorite author, I would be honored if you could tell me your favorite word and why it is your favorite. Also, if you have a favorite seed or flower, it would be greatly appreciated if you send the name or the seed to us. We would plant the seed or flower in your name. This project is very important to me, so if you would be so kind as to answer me back at 7english@buckleycds.com. My friend Julia will also be contacting you from your email. Thank you for your time and for your stories! Please write back!


P.S. Here is the link to the magic bean company who will make your seed: http://livelovebean.com.au/magic-bean-shop/believe-achieve-magic-bean/

Hometown: Cranford NJ - Posted December 2, 2015 9:39 am

Andrea Fontana

I just wanted to write to you to tell you how much your new book, In the Unlikely Event has perfectly portrayed the events that happened in the 1950s. My grandfather, Thomas Pagoulatos was one of your HS teachers in Elizabeth, NJ and he still speaks fondly of you. The AA Flight 6780 crash on January 22, 1952 that flew into the house at the intersection of Williamson and South Streets was the house of my great grandparents and my grandfather Tom Pagoulatos' parents.
My grandfather has read the book and really enjoyed it, he is doing quite well, still residing in New Jersey.

Hometown: phila - Posted December 1, 2015 6:22 pm


Hi , I was wondering if you ever thought of doing a book about a child who's Mother and Father who are separated and the heart-ship and toll that the child go's though spending one week with the Mom the next week with his dad them not getting along. My nephew Mark is one of them kids and I have been looking for a book for him he has been reading your books as I did at his age. I think it would help him and many others

Hometown: San Diego - Posted December 1, 2015 4:07 pm


Hi Judy! I've been reading the Fudge books since i was 10 and just discovered Summer Sisters and fell in love instantly. I'm kinda bummed there isn't a sequel or more to the story. Maybe involving Caitlin's disappearance explained or Vix's kid(s) growing up? I don't know anything really, I just really enjoyed the book and I'm going to read Smart Women next! Thank you for being such an awesome writer!

Hometown: marland - Posted December 1, 2015 10:44 am


how do you think of ideas?

Hometown: Marshall ichigan - Posted December 1, 2015 1:44 am


As A young reader/aka Junior High my friend and I read all your books... Forever was one of our favorites.
That age is so awkward Just wanted you to know there are many a young at heart girl out there that you helped get through Teen struggles... Margaret

Hometown: Albuqueuque new mexico - Posted November 30, 2015 8:50 pm


the book are you their god its me margret was just the best bookk ever!!!you are an ENCREDABLE pereson sorry im not that good at tipeing i dont have auto correct

Hometown: Grand Forks, BC - Posted November 28, 2015 2:45 pm


Hello Judy,

I was just talking to a friend (a non-reader) about books written for children after they finished with "children's books." We talked about how children's books as well as those for the middle years and YA have expanded so much in the past decade or so.

She said she lost interest in reading because there weren't any books that were relevant to her. I asked if she had read any of your books and she didn't think she had (damn!).

As we talked, I realized how at least two of your books have stayed with me -- "Are you there God? It's me Margaret" and even more so "Tiger Eyes." The kind of books that my mind has flitted to randomly and frequently over the years since I (apparently) grew up.

I wanted to thank you, for writing stories about subjects that were relevant to me and characters that I could empathize with.

It's not a small thing, to write stories, characters or scenes that stay with people for decades.

Thank you.

Hometown: Joliet - Posted November 27, 2015 3:20 am


Hi I just want to say I love your book Tiger eyes and the movie was amazing. Have you ever thought about making a sequel?

Hometown: Richmond Hill - Posted November 26, 2015 8:20 pm


Dear Judy Blume,
Hi, my name is Ruby. I've read 8 of your 28 wonderful books. Right mow I am reading BFF: Just as long as were together, Here's to you Rachel Robinson. I love your books because I can imagine and relate to them. My favourite book is: Starring Sally J. Freedman as her self because I love the story line and it was a fun book to read. I was wondering if you have time, can you send me I signed picture of your self? I have a reading nook in my bedroom and I would love to put the signed picture up there. I just wanted to thank you for writing these great books and I look forward to read the rest of them.
Hope to hear from you soon,


Hometown: Colorado - Posted November 25, 2015 11:40 pm


I read your books growing up. They were an escape and a promise of a bigger world for a girl who didn't fit in. I recently started re - reading your books and was struck by how differently I see them. I'm a grown up now, and a psychologist in private practice. I work primarily with kids who are not neurotypical as well as a fair number of anxious little girls. I now read these through the lens of someone who often hears many variations of the themes you speak to in your books: grief, loss, loneliness, trauma, anxiety, self-doubt AND resilience, competence, bravery, and identity. Thank you so much. The stories you tell are reminders to kids that they are not alone in what they experience.

Hometown: Vancouver WA - Posted November 23, 2015 6:31 pm


Dear Mrs.Blume
My name is Alexys and I'm 9 yrs old.I just wanted to tell you that I really enjoyed your book Tales of a Forth Grade Nothing I read it twice I never read books twice.I really loved it.I hope maybe one day you can write a book about me! Any ways I just wanted to say thank you and I love your book.love Alexys

Hometown: Vancouver Washington - Posted November 23, 2015 6:28 pm


I have just read Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing and it was really good. My favorite chapter was My Brother the Bird. It reminds me of a long time ago when my brothers were in charge of me. You really inspire me to write. I wish you could come to Vancouver uWashington and speak. I hope I can meet you someday. Also when is your next book going to be made about Fudge? Why did you choose to do it about a fourth grader an

Hometown: Bensalem - Posted November 23, 2015 4:58 pm


You are the best!!&#128525;

Hometown: Bensalem - Posted November 23, 2015 12:28 pm


What is your favorite book that you wrote?Are class read tales of a fourth grade nothing.I love your books!

Hometown: bensalem - Posted November 23, 2015 12:28 pm


Hi Judy Blume I love your Fudge books and I hope you make more
my favorite book was tails of a fourth grade nothing because that
was the first Judy Blume book I ever read good bye.

Hometown: bensalem - Posted November 23, 2015 12:28 pm


what isyour favorife book that you wrote?

Hometown: Sioux City - Posted November 23, 2015 12:22 pm


Hi, I am writing to you because I am writing a research report on you and it is not required but I wanted to get some primary sources. Please email me back. The report is due soon. Thanks so much
P.S. I love all of your books.

Hometown: Bensalem - Posted November 23, 2015 12:20 pm


You are one of my favorite authors.Where do you get your ideas?They're awsome!

Hometown: Bensalem - Posted November 23, 2015 12:04 pm


Your books are really good are you going to write more?

Hometown: Vancouver, Washington - Posted November 21, 2015 11:58 am


When are you going to make your next Fudge book.

Hometown: Vancouver, WA - Posted November 20, 2015 6:27 pm


Dear Mrs. Blume,
I am really fascinated by your work on Tales of A Fourth Grade Nothing. I think it is very well detailed. My favorite part is when Peter gets Oreos for getting on the toddle bikes and then Fudge wants to ride the bikes too. I love the way you write books. You are truly an amazing author.

Hometown: Vancouver WA - Posted November 20, 2015 6:23 pm


Dear Judy Blume, I love your Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I think my favroite part is when Fudge spread his food all around the diner. Also when he ate the whole turtle! My question for you is did you your son really act like Fudge and why?

Hometown: Vancouver, WA - Posted November 20, 2015 6:22 pm


Dear Mrs. Blume, My name is Adrianne, and liked your book, Tales so a Fourth Grade Nothing. My favorite part in Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing is the last chapter, poor Dribble! That is my favorite part in the book, because I like it when Mother is trying to tell Peter that Dribble is not in Fudge's tummy, but it is. Then Mother asks where Dribble is and Fudge tells her that it is actually in his tummy. It makes me snicker. -Adrianne

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