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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Judith

Dear Judy Blume,
This is my first time reading your books. My dad told me that my grandpa was your teacher. I really like your books! My favorite characters are Fudge and Jimmy Fargo. I liked the part when Fudge ate Dribble.
Sincerely,
Judith

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Age: 9 - Posted October 27, 2014 8:58 am

Tyler

Dear Judy Blume,
I loved your books. I can't wait to read another book. How do you write books? I'm going to read more books that you wrote. At school my class read a Judy Blume book. My class wrote you a note too.
From,
Tyler

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Age: 10 - Posted October 27, 2014 8:44 am

Sassy

28 years ago I embarked on an amazing journey, when I discovered Judy Blume books. I wasn't a great reader, but I remember falling asleep reading, because I couldn't put them down. Now I have my own 12 year old and she is also hooked! I have received the long list of Judy Blume books wanterd for Christmas. I'm glad they can bring her the pleasure I remember so many years ago. Thank you Judy Blume. x

Hometown: Dereham, uk - Age: 39 - Posted October 26, 2014 8:21 am

linda

Dear Juby
my name is linda and before I have read your books i was more like a sport girl and did not like to read and today i steal like sports but I also like reading only your books. I have read all of your fudge books and I like all of them, the one I most liked was otherwise known as sheila the great.

Hometown: Costa Rica - Age: 10 - Posted October 25, 2014 3:03 pm

Carole

I revisited your beloved novel Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret. with my 10-year-old daughter. We discussed as much as we read. A great experience. Girls today still identify with Margaret.

We blogged about it here: https://spineonline.squarespace.com/carole-besharah/2014/10/10/and-boy-books-and-bras-oh-my

Thanks!

Hometown: Canada - Age: 39 - Posted October 24, 2014 11:15 pm

Aiden

I like the book Tales of the Fourth Grade Nothing. I like the part when Dribble ate the turtle. i hope you never stop writing. I'm reading your next book to. I like it so far to. your books are very good. Me and my class were wondering why you called Tales of the Fourth Grade Nothing Tales of the Fourth Grade Nothing. Your one of my favorite writer so far. O also like sports. I'm a very athletic person. I like Baseball and Swimming. As I said i'm a very athletic person. I'm not that good a running. I also have azma and sweating problems. I sweat all the time. In gym Today I felt like i was gonna sweat to death. We did are pacers. I got twenty-one. I also did popcorn for a school fundraiser. I was sweating as much as I was in gym.

Hometown: Bridgman Michigan - Age: 9 - Posted October 24, 2014 7:43 pm

Aiden

Hi, why did you name Tales of the Fourth Grade Nothing Tales of the Fourth Grade Nothing. i also do swimming and i'm gonna win for you

Hometown: Bridgman Michigan - Posted October 24, 2014 7:25 pm

aube

Dear Mrs.Judy Blume I loved your book of Tales Of A Fourth Grade Nothing this is my first time writing to a writer so I would like to say hi. I would like to know if it is hard being a writer? What is it like? I would like to know because I'm thinking about being a writer when I grow up. I'm wondering what I should make a book out of. I'm a animal person so I would like to get some advice from you. Hope I get to hear from you! Sincerely,
Aubrey

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Age: 10 - Posted October 24, 2014 12:52 pm

Emily

Dear Judy Bloom,
I loved the part that when Fudge ate Dribbles now that was crazy and had to go to the hospital. I also liked it when Fudge now that was really really funny. I thought that a pet turtle would be a good pet.How long have you been a writer? And did you have your sons name in the book? If you did my teacher said that you did.
From,
Emily

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Age: 10 - Posted October 24, 2014 12:51 pm

Kadence

Dear Judy Blume,
I loved the book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I liked the part were Fudge ate Peter's turtle.I laughed when he popped his balloon when they were out eating.I loved the book so much.
Yours truly,
Kadence

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Age: 10 - Posted October 24, 2014 12:51 pm

Nate

Dear Judy Blume, I loved the way Fudge talked in Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing.I think it's weird that Fudge ate Dribble. Naming a dog Turtle is a good name for a dog in my book. Peter's cool I like the way he has to do things for fudge to do it. You're the best book writer in the world.

From,
Nate

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Age: 9 - Posted October 24, 2014 12:49 pm

Joshua

Dear Judy Blume,
I loved your book Tales of A Fourth Grade Nothing.I loved the part when Fudge jumped off the jungle gym.It was funny.I loved it.

Love,
Joshua

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Age: 9 - Posted October 24, 2014 12:49 pm

jenna

Dear Judy Blume,
My class just finished reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I loved the part when Fudge ate Peters turtle and when Fudge smashed potatoes on the wall.
From,
Jenna

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Age: 10 - Posted October 24, 2014 12:48 pm

Anna

Dear Judy Blume,
We just finished Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I thought it was the funniest and cutest book ever. It was funny and sad at same time when Fudge ate Dribble. Also I thought it was funny when Fudge thought he was a bird and he tried to fly. How do you write such funny books? I bet your're a really funny person.I will try to read another book of yours,bye.
Yours truly,
Anna

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Age: 10 - Posted October 24, 2014 12:47 pm

Kymberly

Dear Judy Blume,
I really loved your book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. It was really amazing. Fudge was really funny he made me laugh. It was funny when Fudge wanted shoes like Peters. You are an amazing author. I hope that you write more books about Fudge, and Peter.
Yours Truly,
Kymberly

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Age: 10 - Posted October 24, 2014 12:47 pm

Emma

Dear Judy Blume,
My class just finished reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing it is a great book.I liked how instead of calling Fudge Farley Drexel Hatcher you called him Fudge.I love reading your books.My favorite is Fudge-a-Mania.The Fudge books are so hilarious.
From,Emma

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Age: 9 - Posted October 24, 2014 12:45 pm

Tiffany

Dear Judy,
Hi my name is Tiffany. We just got done reading your book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I love the part when Fudge smears mashed potatoes on the wall. That was funny. Judy I think that I am going to read more of your books. I hope I talk to you soon.

Love,Tiffany

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Age: 9 - Posted October 24, 2014 12:45 pm

Drew

Dear Judy Blume,
My class gust finished Tales of a Forth Grade Nothing. I loved it! My favorite part was when Fudge ate the Dribble.
From,
Drew

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Age: 10 - Posted October 24, 2014 12:44 pm

Mack

Dear Judy Blume,
my class has just finished Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I have to say it was AWESOME!!! My favorite part was when Fudge wanted to fly and fell. Did he ever grow his teeth back? Is your life ever hard when you write books? How long have you been a writer?
Your friend,
Mack

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Age: 9 - Posted October 24, 2014 12:42 pm

Jordan

Dear Judy Blume,
My class just finished reading tales of a fourtF Grade Nothing. I LOVED it! My favorite character is Fudge when he says Pee-tah it sounds like the hunger games. I also read the book Fudge-a-mania. It was a funny book. Fudge is crazy in that one too.
Sincerely, Jordan

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Age: 9 - Posted October 24, 2014 12:40 pm

Olivia

Dear Judy Blume,
My class just finished reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I REALLY liked it! I laughed so hard when Fudge said " Dribble in tummy!" I think I am like Shelia. In my past grades I have almost always been paired with at least one boy! I also like I am like her because I am a HUGE bookworm. I took it from your book that Shelia is too. As I said I really liked your book!
Yours truly,
Olivia

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Age: 9 - Posted October 24, 2014 12:39 pm

Kadence

Dear Judy Blume,

Hometown: Mount Vernon - Age: 10 - Posted October 24, 2014 12:33 pm

Ciara

dear Judy,
I read forever about 5 years ago for the first time, since then I read it at least once a month, it is my favorite book in the world and I referenced all throughout my high school years, I've searched and waited, and honestly I am dying for a sequel or even just to know what happened with Katherine and michael, did they end up together? Did they meet other people? Your book is the only book that has ever made me cry, the ending made me have an outburst in my 8th grade science class, I started screaming and crying and through the book (I'm sorry) so I am just curious, is there a sequel? Will we ever know what happens?

Hometown: Brooklyn Park - Age: 20 - Posted October 23, 2014 7:00 pm

Tien

Dear Judy
My name is Tien, and I have read a few books of yours. And I have to say, they are fantastic and hilarious. And they are vey enjoyable. I have such a great moment reading them. Other than that, your books can help me to relax when I'm bored, because I love reading, and I love your books too. So I thank you so much for writing an publishing them. And I cannot wait to read more books that are written by you.
Judy, I have been trying to buy some of your books like : Are you there God? It's me Margaret, or freckle juice... All of them, but honestly I don't know where to find them. Can you please give me some suggestions on where should I come to buy them? Somewhere in San Diego that you might know? Or any website that I can buy them online? Please let me know, because I really want to read them, and I want to spend my last few years of childhood reading them. Because I know that when I get older, I might not have enough time to read them all the time, unless I have free time. So please let me know. Thank you
Lastly, I just want to say that I admire you and your writing. And I really appreciate and enjoy all of your books. I always look forward to read them, because like I said, they are really enjoy reading, and a good way for me relax and have fun. So thank you very much for writing and publish all of them. And also, I hope to meet you in person someday.
Sincerely, Tien

Hometown: San Diego - Age: 17 - Posted October 23, 2014 10:47 am

Grade 4 Gold

Dear Judy Blume,

We had a great time reading your book "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing" during our book week. We especially liked the character Fudge and we laughed as we read about him breaking his teeth and cutting his hair. We also decorated our class door about the scene where Fudge gets Corn Flakes poured on his head. We even used real Corn Flakes! We also created trivia board games about the story. Here are a few more of our favourite parts of "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing":
- When Fudge tried to fly like a bird
- When Fudge swallowed Dribble
- When Fudge whispered a funny noise in the night

Thanks so much. Keep writing stories!
Sincerely,
Grade 4 Gold

Hometown: Cambodia - Age: 7-11 - Posted October 22, 2014 8:21 pm

stasia

CAN YOU SEND SUPERFUDGE TO ME FOR FREE

Hometown: hyde -park - Age: 9 - Posted October 22, 2014 5:48 pm

Grace

Dear Ms. Judy Blume,
I love to read the series that you wrote called, "The Pain and the Great One." It is one of my favorite series to read. So I was wondering if it's possible for you to write another book for this series. If you could make another one of those books, that would be wonderful.
Your inspired reader,
Grace, age 11

Hometown: Crofton - Age: 11 - Posted October 22, 2014 5:43 pm

Melissa

Hi Judy,
Thank you very much for inspiring young readers and writers. My daughter came home tonight very excited that she posted to your blog and that she got a note back. It's nice to know she's enjoying the books that I also enjoyed as a child!Thank you very much! PS: I teach fourth grade...

Hometown: Canaan - Age: 34 - Posted October 21, 2014 7:22 pm

Gencie

Dear Miss Judy Blume

I love your books. I can not believe how many books you have wrote. Right now I am reading Deenie, so far it is a really good book. I really want to meat you. I hope you respond to me.

Love,
Gencie

Hometown: New Orleans - Age: 10 - Posted October 21, 2014 5:22 pm

lindsey

Dear Judy Blume, My favorite character is Peter. I like how he is in fourth grade like me. I really like your books and I wish you could make a second book because the first book is funny at the end. It was a cliff hanger. I also like your pictures in the book. Thank you for reading my book.

Hometown: canaan - Age: 8 - Posted October 21, 2014 10:34 am

cassie

Dear Judy Blume, My favorite character is Fudge. I think it is funny when he talks. He is so cute. You are one of my favorite authors. I really enjoyed the book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I like how Peter is in fourth grade like me.

Hometown: grafton - Age: 9 - Posted October 21, 2014 10:31 am

Emme

Hi Judy my name is Emme and I was wondering how is your writing going I hope you had a fun time writing Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing because I sure had fun reading it I think reading is really fun do you!!!

Hometown: Three Oaks - Age: 9 - Posted October 21, 2014 9:51 am

Yasmin

Dear Judy I'm a second grader and my teacher wants to read tales of a froth grade nothing so far we haven't finshed it but so far its AWSOME!!!! So far i like the part when Jenny bit peters grandma well that's all please keep on makeing these wonderful books P.S my class loves tales of a fourth grade nothing even my teacher

Hometown: Bird road - Age: 7 - Posted October 21, 2014 8:33 am

alyanton1

Hi Judy,
I'm reading Just as long as we are together for a school project. I'm usually not a big fan of those sorts of books, but surprisingly this one has interested me a little. Thanks for reading! Bye!

Hometown: Melbourne - Age: 11 - Posted October 21, 2014 12:59 am

Alejandra M

Hi Judy its Alejandra may I ask a question if you do, have you ever thought of making a movie for "are you there God?its me Margaret" because I thought if you do I want you to email me and if your are pleased with my question I want to star as Margaret Ann Simon. If that's a possibility thank you.

Hometown: Chula Vista, california - Age: 11 - Posted October 20, 2014 8:31 pm

Laura

I love your books I read tales of a fourth grade nothing twice

Laura

Hometown: Lebanon PA - Age: 9 - Posted October 20, 2014 8:07 pm

Jaden

Hi Ms. Blume,

I liked your booK Tales of A Fourth Grade Nothing.

I liked when Jimmy stood up to Shelia for being too bossy to, him and Peter. But, I didn't like when Fudge fell off the jungle gym and broke his two front teeth.

Hometown: Chicago - Age: 9 - Posted October 20, 2014 7:59 pm

Mia

Dear Judy
I really love your books. I have read at least ten of them. My teacher has also read us Fudge a Mainia. My second grade teacher used to read us loads of your books .I LOVE YOUR BOOKS!!!!!!!
your BEST fan,
Mia

Hometown: Santa Rosa - Age: 8 - Posted October 20, 2014 7:15 pm

Chloe

DEAR JUDY,
wow you are a great writer i am writing my own book so far i have read Deenie,are you there god its me Margret,all of the fudge books, staring sally jay Friedman as herself, its not the end of the world AND SO ON i love your books but i have 1 question i read your teen books and there awesome are you ever gonna make a sequel to one of your books (teen books)and another fudge book
LOVE ALL WAYS
Chloe Rose

Hometown: NEW YORK - Age: 10 - Posted October 20, 2014 6:33 pm

Paiz

I just finished Are You There God? It's Me Margaret and It was AMAZING!!!!! I just couldn't believe the ending it was just so awesome.

Hometown: Greeley - Age: 11 - Posted October 20, 2014 4:22 pm

isaac

Dear Judy Blume I love your book the first one we have been reading it in class and I finished it but not only me but my friends Hannah and others.I was amazed by your book its my favorite I am moving on to super Fudge but I loved the part were Fudge swallowed the turtle.

Hometown: bridgman - Age: 10 - Posted October 20, 2014 11:27 am

Aiden

Why did you name Tales of the Fourth Grade Nothing Tales of the Fourth Grade Nothing?

Hometown: Bridgman Michigan - Age: 9 - Posted October 20, 2014 11:23 am

Jason

I think your books are AWESOME!!! Our class read Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing and it was really good. I am reading Super Fudge right now. I hope you write more books.

Hometown: Niles, Michigan - Age: 8 - Posted October 20, 2014 11:20 am

Hannah

Dear Judy Blume,
Why did you call it Tales of The Fourth Grade Nothing? I am not saying that I don't like your book tittle but, my friends and I wanted to know. I LOVE your book. I like how the end is sad and funny I like how Fudge said "Turtle in my tummy!"LOL. I had a great time reading it. I think you did a great job writing this book. I look forward to read another book in this series.

from your fan,
Hannah

Hometown: st. Joe - Age: 10 - Posted October 20, 2014 10:18 am

elisabeth

Dear Judy Blume,
Your book tales of a fourth grade nothing is a really good book.My favorite part was when Fudge had his birthday party.One of my questions is why did you call it tales of a fourth grade nothing.I hope you write back!

Hometown: Bridgman - Age: 9 - Posted October 20, 2014 7:47 am

Pauline

HI

When I was 12 I read "Are you there God, it's me Margaret" while recovering from an operation. I loved the book and scoured our local library for more. I recently introduced my daughter (11) to your writing and she is hooked as well. It is wonderful for us to have this common thread in our reading experiences and cannot wait as she grows older to introduce her to some of my other favorite authors. My heartfelt thanks to you for giving the two of us this common ground, it is something we can both draw on as we enter the teenage years.

Hometown: South Africa - Age: 41 - Posted October 20, 2014 2:43 am

advika

Dear Judy Blume ,
I just sooooooo love your books. I have a passion to read your books. They are really humorous. My nose is always buried in one of your books.I wish I can meet you in person.
Sincerely,
Advika

Hometown: east rutherford - Age: 9 - Posted October 19, 2014 7:15 pm

Rebecca

Dear Judy,
I grew up reading your books...and they shaped a lot of my growing up.
'Are You There God It's Me Margaret' resonates with a lot of my teenage years, and I remember when I was given the book 'Forever' from my parents. It did the rounds of the school, and I finally got the book back, dog-eared and tatty. I think the whole school must have read (my) book!
Judy Blume's books are written like you're getting advice from a friend or confiding in your favourite aunt (!).
Not everyone can openly talk to their parents about 'growing up' and their awkward stage of puberty, that's when you would read Judy Blume's books, and know that you are actually completely NORMAL!
If I had a teenage daughter, I would definitely suggest she read Judy Blume's books to put her mind at ease!
Rebecca
Sydney, Australia

Hometown: Sydney, Australia - Age: adult! - Posted October 16, 2014 10:04 pm

larkin

Dear Judy Blume, I just finished Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. It was really good!! I loved the part when Fudge ate Dribble, because I thought Fudge was lying, but he wasn't!!!

Hometown: canaan - Age: 91/2 - Posted October 16, 2014 10:37 am

rosina

Dear Judy Blume, I read Tales Of A Fourth Grade Nothing. My favorite part was when Fudge ate Dribble. I guess writers have to do a lot of writing and drafts. My second favorite part was when Fudge thought he could fly...and he knocked out his two front teeth! I think the book was great.

Hometown: orange - Age: 9 - Posted October 16, 2014 10:37 am

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