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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: Richmond, VA - Posted September 16, 2015 10:48 am
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Ms. Collins Class

Dear Ms. Blume,
We just read "The Pain and the Great One". We really enjoyed your story because it was funny. We read it to encourage us to tell good stories like you do. Thanks for writing such an awesome book!

Sincerely,
Ms. Collins' Class

Hometown: Montreal - Posted September 15, 2015 11:54 pm
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Daniel

Dear Ms. Blume,

Thank you. My sister, who is by no means an avid reader, has been reading "Summer Sisters" every summer for as long as I can remember. This year I decided to experience for myself the novel which has captured her imagination for over a decade. What a beautiful and heartwarming story. I must say, Abby was my favourite character, she reminded me of my mother and in some ways reading your book felt like going home again. I plan on visiting Caitlin and Vix at the Vineyard again next summer. Brilliant!

All my best,

Daniel

Hometown: Calgary - Posted September 15, 2015 6:32 pm
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Cyndi B

It is such a pleasure to have my youngest child begin reading all about Fudge! These stories are absolutely timeless and I thank you for such wonderful story telling that has reached so many generations.

Posted September 14, 2015 10:42 pm
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Crissy

I grew up reading several of your books which helped me develop a love of reading. My 10 yr old son has no interest in reading. We have bought tons of books and tried everything. I begged him to read Tales of the 4th grade nothing. This is the first book that he will not put down. He wants to read the series now. He finally enjoys reading!

Hometown: Delaware - Posted September 12, 2015 7:18 pm
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Leila

Hi Mrs.Blume I really like your books I wish that you could keep writing more books.

Truly,K

Hometown: Elizabeth,NJ - Posted September 11, 2015 1:37 am
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Myrna

Thank you for giving those of us who grew up in Elizabeth such a wonderful bit of nostalgia. I lived on Pennington St and graduated from Lincoln school14,Hamilton and Battin. Although I was only 7 when the crashes happened I remember some of it. Great walk down memory lane

Hometown: Hermon, ME - Posted September 10, 2015 8:29 pm
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Melody and her dad Todd

During bedtime with Melody this week, she started telling me that her teacher is reading a book to them, and that one of the characters was named Fudge. To which I responded asking, "was it Tales of the Fourth Grade Nothing?" Her eyes LIT UP! She was shocked that I knew the book. I explained that I had read the same book 30+ years ago. She then recounted to me the first couple of chapters, and has been updating me as they go along each day. I am fondly remembering all the great times spent with Peter and Fudge and all the rest. What a special moment. Thank you Judy.

Hometown: tucson - Posted September 10, 2015 4:40 pm
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heather ashley thompson

I want to know who this girl is on the book cover of Just As Long As Long As were together. A lot of people ask me if its me we look identical

Hometown: Plainsboro NJ - Posted September 10, 2015 10:39 am
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Judy Thorpe

Dear Judy, Thank-you so much for writing "In the Unlikely Event." I read most of it in one sitting. I am a retired English teacher; however, if I was still teaching I would recommend "Unlikely" to my students. FYI, I will be recommending "Unlikely" at the Barnes and Noble web site. Maybe someday I will have the honor of meeting you.

Hometown: watertown - Posted September 8, 2015 2:21 pm

pyper

hi

Hometown: Elizabeth, NJ - Posted September 8, 2015 1:55 pm
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Meryl Gold Kirschner

As a teacher, I used Judy Blume books to capture a love of reading in my elementary students.

But the purpose of this email is to thank you for including the wonderful stories about Elizabeth, my hometown, in your book, "in the Unlikely Event." The book brought back a chance to go home again. My uncle was President of the Elizabeth Board of Education, my grandfather and his two sons owned a lumber yard, Peter Gold & Co. Down the port on First Street right down the block from The Singer plant, we lived in the Westminister section, my grandparents on Magee, I went to Vail-Deane, dated boys from Pingry, shopped on Broad Street, called the owners of Levy Brothers aunt and uncle. I even had my hair done at Connie's, which I had long forgotten. All these things and more were mentioned in your book. My dad actually ran to Janet Orphanage the night the plane crashed there. I hadn't thought about my first 13 years there until I read this book. Thank you for letting me go home again.

Hometown: hollywood - Posted September 7, 2015 7:27 pm
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arlene trotter

Just finished In the unlikely Event Great reading I went to Battin High Was not born until 1955. Nobody talked about the crashes. When I was junior in Battin you visited my English teacher Ms. Newman ( I think was her name) I always remember that. I have been teaching in Miami for 35 years. Your books are great for kids. But now I enjoyed the adult book very much. Thanks for all you write. Best Wishes.

Hometown: Wilsonville - Posted September 7, 2015 1:30 pm
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Randi

Judy,

In my 27 years of life, I have never picked up a book and not set it down until I was finished until I read, Are You There God, Its Me Margret. It was such a great book, and reminded me of myself when I was growing up. I cannot wait to jump right into another one of your books.

Secondly, I really enjoyed reading your article on censorship, I believe it is wrong, and it breaks my heart to think people will stop writing books for the fear of being challenged. So many great books will never be able to be read.

Hometown: Cuba - Posted September 5, 2015 12:40 am
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G

Judy, I just wanted to say THANK YOU for such an amazing read - "In the Unlikely Event" was out of this world, favorite book so far! Thank you again for being the #1 writer!

Hometown: Lubbock, Tx - Posted September 4, 2015 10:58 pm
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Jules

Dear Ms. Blume,

I began reading your books when I was about 10 yrs old. I loved your books and read everything you wrote as your books became available. When I went to high school, we had to write a paper on our favorite author. No surprise, I wrote about you. I even reached out to you and you sent a personal letter to me. You apologized that my priority mail was not delivered to you in time to respond when you actually did. I was so excited that you took the time to write to me. Your books had and still have such an impact on me. Now, as a mother, I feel so privileged in sharing your books with my daughter. Thank you so very much for impacting so many lives!

Hometown: ozark - Posted September 4, 2015 11:40 am

sky

will you right about love

Hometown: Lee's Summit MO - Posted September 3, 2015 3:57 pm
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Alyssa

How do you come up with ideas to write books??



P.S this is for class please send back a email
PP.S your my favorite author and you are awesome

Hometown: Lee's Summit, Missouri - Posted September 3, 2015 3:54 pm
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Samantha

How do you get ideas to write about? My class is writing about how great authors get ideas for their stories and I choose you because I love your book Shelia the Great and Are You There God? It's me Margret. Please write back as soon as you can. Thank you for being such a hero.

Hometown: palmdale - Posted September 2, 2015 10:13 pm
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kaly

hello judy i have read almost all of your books fudge-a-mania,double fudge and now i am reading super fudge your my fav auther

Hometown: san Diego - Posted September 2, 2015 7:20 pm

lulu

Hey Judy, For the start of fourth grade my class and i read tales of a fourth grade nothing and we loved it. If your still writing books I would love it if you wrote the book in fudge's point of view. I wonder how Fudge felt when he tried to fly, when he cut off his hair and when he swallowed Dribble. In Peter's perspective the book was funny, But imagine the story in Fudge's head. So if your still writing stories could you please write it in Fudge's point of view?

Hometown: MAURICE LA - Posted September 2, 2015 1:15 pm
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CHAROLETTE

MS.JUDY I STARTED READING YOUR BOOKS WHILE IN SCHOOL I ENJOYED EVERYONE OF THEM PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHAT,S COMING

Hometown: San Diego CA - Posted September 1, 2015 8:27 pm
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Kaila

Hello! Can you please write a book based on Fudge's perspective? I just read A Fourth Grade Nothing. My class and I will be sending lots of messages. Thank You Judy!

Hometown: Nettie West Virgina - Posted September 1, 2015 8:07 pm
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Maggie Moo Moo

Dear Judy Blume,

I also love to read I have only read two of your books. They both were amazing!!! I can't wait to read your other books. I hope you'll think about my idea to make a sequel to "Starring Sally J. Freedman as Herself". I've been making up stories about Sally since I first read the book. Maybe I'll write you a letter.

Hometown: Nettie WestVirgina - Posted September 1, 2015 8:02 pm
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Maggie Moo Moo

Dear Judy Blume,

I just finished reading "Staring Sally J. Freedman as herself" for the 2nd time. It's my favirote book EVER. If it was possibal you should write a sequel.
Your fan,
Maggie Ann-Mae

Hometown: Del Mar, CA - Posted September 1, 2015 6:29 pm
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Jade

Dear Mrs. Blume,

First of all, I LOVE your books. My 4th grade class just finished reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing (Which I had read twice before.) I am a older sibling to a 6 year old brother, and I could totally relate to Peter. For example, when Fudge ate Dribble, Peter's turtle, I wanted to flatten Fudge, I was so mad! I love your writing, I love your books, and I love your style. Thank you for trying so hard to make miracles on a single piece of paper. You definitely succeeded!

Your Reader,
Jade

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted September 1, 2015 1:30 pm
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Juliet

Dear Judy Blume,
My class just finished reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. It was so funny. My favorite part was when Fudge wanted to touch the bears from the movie theater. My favorite character is Fudge because he got to wear his food.
Love,
Juliet

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted September 1, 2015 1:28 pm
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Connor

Dear Judy Blume,
We've been reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. My favorite parts were when Fudge ate a turtle, & 2 rose petals. But that's not all. I liked it when he smears mashed potatoes on the wall.

Love,
Connor

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted September 1, 2015 1:28 pm
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Brendon

Dear Judy Blume,
My class just finished reading Tales of a Fourth
Grade Nothing. It was so good! I think the best part is when Fudge ate Peter's turtle. Will you make another book, please?
From,
Brendon

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted September 1, 2015 1:24 pm
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ashton

Dear Judy Blume,
I enjoyed Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. It was hilarious! It was funny when Fudge was babbling. Do bu bee do zoo. I liked Peter.
From,
Ashton
PS I wold like to read more books from you.

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted September 1, 2015 1:22 pm
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Grace

Dear Judy Blume,
MY class just finished reading Tales Of A Fourth Grade Nothing. It was so funny! My favorite character was Fudge because dried to fly like a bird. That was so funny that my class laughed so so hard. My also favorite part was when Fudge got Peters turtle Dribble when Mr. Yarby and Mrs.Yarby. That was funny when Mrs. Yarby screamed and said get that thing away from me. Also was when Fudge gulped Dribble down his throat. I love that book.

Love,
Grace

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted September 1, 2015 1:22 pm
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Logan

Dear Judy Blume,
My class just finished Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing.My favorite character is Fudge.My favorite part is when Jenny tinkles on the floor or when Fudge eats Dribble. I wonder how Fudge ate Dribble without Mrs. Hatcher knowing. Are you going to make any more books?
From,
Logan

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted September 1, 2015 1:21 pm
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Kaitlyn

Dear Judy Blume,
My class just finished reading Tales Of A Fourth Grade Nothing.It was a great and funny book. My favorite part was when Fudge pretended to be a dog.My favorite characters are Fudge and Dribble the turtle.
From,
Kaitlyn

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted September 1, 2015 1:20 pm
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Ella

Dear Judy Blume,
Me and my class just finished reading Tales of a Forth Grade Nothing. I like when Fudge was riding a Toddle Bike and said Me! Want! Cookie! Me! want! Cookie!. That was FUNNY!
From your Fan,
Ella

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted September 1, 2015 1:20 pm
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Greg

Dear Judy Blume,
Me and my class just finished reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. We loved it so much. My favorite part was when fudge thought he could fly like a bird and falls off the jungle jim. Another one of my favorite parts is when Fudge ate Dribble.
From,
Greg

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted September 1, 2015 1:19 pm
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Isabella

Dear Judy Blume,
My class had a great time reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing.It was so funny! I love how Fudge does not listen to anyone.I love how Fudge had a birthday party and Jenny tinkled on the floor.And that Peter let his brother jump of the jungle gym at the park! all the kids in the class laughed almost the whole time we had a great time enjoying your book.I also love when Fudge ate Peters turtle Dribbles! I love Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing I cant wait to read another Judy Blume book. I love your work. I'm a huge fan!

From,
Isabella

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted September 1, 2015 1:19 pm
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Zach

Dear Judy Blume,
In Ms.Frackmans class we just got done reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. It was really funny. My favorite character is Fudge, he is really funny. The funniest part was when Fudge ate Peter`s turtle. I also love when Fudge tried to touch the
bears at the Movie theater on the screen. I love your work.

From,
Zach

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted September 1, 2015 1:18 pm
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Mason

Dear Judy Blume,
My class just finished Tales of a fourth grade nothing. My favorite character was Fudge! What inspired you to write Tales of fourth grade nothing? I love the sound of Juicy-o. Have fun writing books.
Your new fan,
Mason

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted September 1, 2015 1:17 pm
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Katelyn

Dear Judy Blume,
My class we just finished reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I loved the book. My favorite part was when Fudge jumped off the monkey
bars.
From,
Katelyn

Hometown: mount vernon - Posted September 1, 2015 1:16 pm
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violet

Dear Judy Blume,
we just read Tales of a fourth Grade Nothing. It was really funny! My favorite part was when Fudge swallowed Dribble. I also thought it was nice when Peter got a new dog.You could make a book about Peter.

From,
Violet

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted September 1, 2015 1:16 pm
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Griffin

Dear Judy Blume,
My class just finished reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. It was a really good book. My favorite part of the book was when Fudge ate Dribble. Peter and Fudge were my favorite characters.
From,
Griffin

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted September 1, 2015 1:15 pm
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Khloe

Dear Judy Blume,
My class just finished Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. The book was very good. My favorite character is Fudge. My favorite part was when Fudge ate Peters turtle. It was funny.
From,
Khloe

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Posted September 1, 2015 1:14 pm
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Kendal

Dear Judy Blume,
My class just finished Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. It was so funny!My favorite part was when Fudge ate Dribble. Fudge and Sheila were my favorite characters.
From,
Kendal

Hometown: Carville, La - Posted August 31, 2015 9:36 pm
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Pat Hoffman

My book club having an argument, was Fern a lesbian?

Always grateful for Margaret and Fudge, my kids now 34, 31 and 27 loved to read your books. Thanks for that gift.

Pat Carville Hoffman.

Hometown: texas - Posted August 31, 2015 8:27 pm
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aaliyah

you the best my name is aaliyah
you is so cool i wish i can be like you
im been writeing a book

Hometown: Argentina,Buenos Aires - Posted August 28, 2015 1:13 pm
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thigo y juani

Dear Judy,
I read your book (The one in the middle is the green kangaroo)was very beatifull book,now I read (Tales of a fourth grade nothing)
for now its rally beatifull.You're grat writter.
I from for Buenos Aires,Argentina ,my scool is Northfield school.

Hometown: argentina buenos aires - Posted August 28, 2015 12:54 pm
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thigo y juani

HELLO I LIKE YOUR BOOKS AND I THINK THAT THE BEST BOOK IS TALES OF A FOURTH GRADE NOTHING BECAUSE IS A BOOK THAT IS FUN FOR CHILREN.WE WANT TO KNOW WHAT IS TGHE NEXT BOOK THAT YOU ARE GOING TO WRITE. AND WHAT IS IT ABOUT? ARE AM 2 FRIENDS THAT READ TALES OF A FOURT GRADE NOTHING IN THE SCHOOL AND JUANI SED FOURTH GRADE

Hometown: Argentina,Buenos Aires - Posted August 28, 2015 12:48 pm
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Naty and Martu

Hello we read your books,the one in the middle is the green kangaroo and tales of a forth grade nothing and we like them a lot you are a fantastic author.
we are in the school northfield in Buenos Aires.

Hometown: argentina buenos aires - Posted August 28, 2015 12:46 pm
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teo c and nacho c

HELLO WE ARE NACHO AND TEO WE HAVE SOME QUESTIONS TO YOU.WHY YOU WRITE THE GREEN KANGROO??? HOW OLD ARE YOU??? IN WHAT MONTH YOU WHERE BORN??? IN WHAT SCHOOL YOU STUDY??? ONE DAY DO YOU WENT TO ARGENTINA???
WE LOVE YOUR BOOKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hometown: St. John's, NL - Posted August 28, 2015 6:50 am
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Dave from Canada

Judy - I have so many fantastic memories of summers I spent reading your books. My wife and I are expecting our first child in December and I can't wait until she is old enough to introduce her to your books. Thank you so much for the fun and memories!

Hometown: Sunset Beach, NC - Posted August 27, 2015 10:41 pm
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Jo

Your latest novel of three plane crashes within 3 months in Elizabeth, NJ and it's effect on the people who lived there is wonderful. I loved it. I was born in St Elizabeth's Hospital and lived on the corner of Rahway Ave. and Applegate Ave. most of my entire life. I went to Hamilton Jr. High and graduated from Battin High. I had ice cream and Awful Awfuls at Schutzes and hamburgers at Pamels. Went to The Elmora Theatre and to the Ritz and Regent. We shopped at Levy Brothers, Goerkes and Fishmans. I worked 2summers in the circulation dept. of The Elizabeth Journal. I was there near the first plane crash in the Elizabeth River. It was horrible. My sister who was a nurse and on duty at St. Elizabeth's hospital was at the crash at Battin. AND I remember The Janet Memorial. We all thought it was sabotage. I was about 11 years old and terrified to go to sleep. Every time a plane flew over my home to land at Newark Airport my house would shake and windows would vibrate. I would hold onto my headboard and pray that it would not crash into my home. There were times when, although I could not see the actual passengers, I was able to see the windows of the plane. That was how low they would be on the approach to the airport. I met Mrs. Kirkegard at Elizabeth General. I was a volunteer Candy Striper then. Although you wrote of tragedy it made me smile to remember those years and those events. I was there. Thank you

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