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Hometown: Imboden, AR - Posted August 28, 2014 9:26 am

Mrs. Vance's 4th Grade

We just finished Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. It was hilarious, exciting, and awesome! We still can't believe he swallowed a turtle!! Thank you for the great books. We are on to Freckle Juice next!!

Hometown: york - Posted August 27, 2014 4:54 pm



Hometown: Connersville - Posted August 27, 2014 11:56 am

The Eagles in Room 111

Hi! We are a third grade class from Indiana. We just read your book,"The Pain and the Great One". We want to know if your children look just like the illustrations in the book. We really liked this book. Our teacher has a whole tub of books by you! What is your favorite animal? We read that you were an adult when you started writing, but we want to know what age you were. We like your books, thanks for writing! Please keep writing more!

Hometown: Warrenton, MO - Posted August 26, 2014 2:45 am


I've been a fan of your books since my 2nd-grade teacher read Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing to my class almost 30 years ago! Since then, I've read all lf your books multiple times. I just finished rereading Blubber, and I'm trying to decide which one to read again next. Thanks for sharing your wonderful takent!

Hometown: colrado springs - Posted August 25, 2014 7:49 pm


Can you please write a book about a girl who is a girliy girlwho is intellagent

Hometown: oakland park - Posted August 25, 2014 4:21 pm


I love your books cause they really funny and i which you had make a freckle juice 2

Hometown: Ottawa - Posted August 25, 2014 12:20 pm


You got me through all the rough times, and grade school specifically you made all the normal things feel normal and all the scary things also feel normal becuase your books were open and so REAL. I thank you for that, I now am still enjoying your books as a young adult and still find your style of writing to be the most enjoyable. THANK YOU Judy blume for being amazing! I watched and loved Tiger eyes so much, I hope all your books become movies one day

Hometown: Victoria - Posted August 24, 2014 8:55 am


Hi Judy,
I love you so much! You are a fantastic author and I'm almost running out of books that you've written to read before I get older. I think my favorite is Starring Sally J. Freedman As Herself. It's such a good book!

Hometown: carmel - Posted August 23, 2014 4:00 pm


i would love for judy blume to write more in the fudge series

Hometown: NY - Posted August 22, 2014 1:28 am


Hi Judy,
Thank you so much for sharing such great stories and creating such relatable stories over the course of so many years. As an aspiring author I can only hope to be an ounce as successful as you have become. Not in becoming well known, but being able to reach so many kids, teens and adults world wide and share a perspective on the challenges of growing up and dealing with every day issues. You are a really great author and a lovely person, never stop writing and being an inspiration! Sincerely, Grace

Hometown: Ocean Grove - Posted August 21, 2014 5:15 am


Hi Judy,
I love the way how you set your books out. Fudge is really crazy and I like how Fudge got married when he was five. You are my favourite author in the world and don't stop writing good books.

Hometown: pennlsynia - Posted August 20, 2014 3:19 pm


I love you books I read them over and over again and I wish there is more in fudge series and fudge and peter and whole family is super funny

Hometown: Marion Heights, PA - Posted August 20, 2014 12:56 pm


Hi Judy! I just read Superfudge for my summer reading project, and I really loved it! My mom and dad both read it when they were my age and suggested it to me. I would recommend it to my classmates and can't wait to read more of your books! Thanks for writing Superfudge!

Hometown: ocean grove - Posted August 19, 2014 5:12 am


I love you books because they are really funny.
I love the way Fudge is cheaky!
I have a big brother a bit like Fudge, he is really annoying!
My class and I are reading all of you books they are awsome

Hometown: Toowoomba - Posted August 18, 2014 2:26 am


Hi Judy,
I just wanted to say that I love reading your books. My favorite book is Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. My favorite part in this book is when Fudge sticks stamps all over Patrick's dad's boss's suit case. I also just wanted to thank you for being TOTALY AWESOME and hope you write more books about the fourth grade nothing!!!!!!!

Hometown: Sparta, NJ - Posted August 17, 2014 2:46 pm


Hi! My name is Shea. I read almost all of the Fudge Books and I love them! I think Fudge is really funny. So is Uncle Feather! What gave you the idea of Uncle Feather? I also really liked how Fudge rode all the way to the bakery in SuperFudge? I would have gotten some chocolate chip cookies and so would my Dad. I really liked the idea of code names in DoubleFudge. My code name is Aehs Paula. Me and my dad take turns reading each page. Thank you for writing your books.

Hometown: Ogden, UT - Posted August 16, 2014 12:07 pm


I grew up reading your books in grade school and junior high. I remember reading, "Freckle Juice" and the one I read over and over again was, "Forever". As I was a young teen trying to make sense of what love could be apart from my dysfunctional family life.

Hometown: Buenos Aires - Posted August 15, 2014 12:27 pm


Hi, Judy
We are reading "Tales of a fourth grade nothing" at school and we also read "Freckle Juice".
I want to know if your parents were born in New Jersey too. Have you got any brothers or sisters?

Hometown: New Jersey - Posted August 14, 2014 3:58 pm


Hi Judy,
It is me Amaya W I was so happy that you wrote me back u are one of my faviort writer. You have some funny books. Please write me back. P.S you are a awesome writer.
Amaya W!

Hometown: norfolk va - Posted August 14, 2014 9:07 am

harvey eaton


Hometown: New Jersey - Posted August 14, 2014 3:29 am


Dear Judy Blume,
Hi Judy it is me Amaya W. My mom had her baby on August 13,2014. Do u have any children of your own? Do you like being a writer. What days do you write your books? The book I really enjoy is Tales Of A Forth Grade Nothing it is really funny. What is your faviort book that you wrote?
Please wright me back.
Amaya W!

Hometown: Toronto On. - Posted August 9, 2014 9:44 am


Thank You,Judy Blume for your wonderful wonderful books. My daughter and sons devoured them when they were younger.Once,my son asked me how you knew what he was thinking!!He's now 41 and I'm sure he'll introduce his children to your books as they get older. So will my daughter,that's for sure.Thank you again and again.

Hometown: Marion - Posted August 7, 2014 7:56 pm


Hi,Judy! So,can you add something were readers can listen to the books about fudge? I have an online book club,and people need to read or listen to the books,sooo.....

Hometown: Delaware - Posted August 7, 2014 9:49 am


I think you should make a series about how fudge and Tamara (THE BABY) grow up

Hometown: Georgetown - Posted August 6, 2014 4:04 pm


Dear Ms. Judy Blum,
I personally love your work. The first book I read of yours was: Are you there God, it's me Margaret that I read in grade.5 and then Blubber. I read Otherwise none as Shelia the Great and actually did a report on it for my grade.5 class. After that I read Iggy's house and I just finished It's not the end of the World, and that's what I wanted to talk about. I loved the story, you really had me going, in till the end. What happened!!!!!! Like what happens to them. Where do they move, do they even move, like Debbie gave her some photos, they had KFC, where heading to a movie and you ended it at a joke Amy said. I didn't like it at, ALL!!!!!
You do not have to responded, I just wanted to let you know

Hometown: new york new york bronx - Posted August 4, 2014 3:42 pm



Hometown: galt, ca - Posted August 4, 2014 3:07 am

Kristina lynn

Dear ms.blume,
Hi my name is Kristina Lynn B and a big fan of your books. Im 20 years old with autism. I was wondering if you could help me and my mom published my Children's book? If so, that would be great. Please let me know and thank you. Love ya

Hometown: North port - Posted August 3, 2014 4:43 pm


Dear Judy,
This summer I had a book report and we got to chose two books.One of the books I chose was Are You There God,It's Me Margret. I loved It I could relate to a lot of what she was saying.I am now a very big fan of your books.I also liked the characters especially Margaret and her grandma because,she would do anything for Margaret like when she traveled a long time just to make sure Margaret and her family were okay in they're new house.
I also thought Margret's experiences with the different religions she tried was very entertaining. Are the other girls like Nancy based off of your friends or someone you know and is Margaret based off of you?Was there anything looking back you would change or add to your book?What was your favorite book you have written?My mom read this book when she was my age that is amazing that my mom read the same book when she was my age and it was still interesting to me

Where do you get the ideas for your stories? How did you decided to be an author? How are you doing? How are your children,your pets and your husband? If you have time please write back.

Hometown: nyc queens - Posted August 2, 2014 7:51 pm

isabella h

hi judy I read your book otherwise known as shelia he great and im up to chapter 8

Hometown: Aurora - Posted July 29, 2014 10:52 am


Dear Judy,
I want to thank you for your books. I grew up reading your books. My favorite was, Just As Long As We're Together. I've read it over ten times! I'm almost 30 and I'm currently reading Summer Sisters, which I've also read numerous times. Thank you for making your books so honest and relatable. Your books are compulsively readable and give me a sense of comfort. Thank you!

Hometown: Limoges - Posted July 29, 2014 6:42 am


Un grand merci à vous : je porte le livre SuperSheila dans mon cœur depuis l'âge de 8 ans et je partage maintenant le plaisir de le lire avec ma fille Alice qui a 8 ans. Nous avons découvert avec bonheur les histoires de Peter et Mousse. Et nous avons ri aux larmes quand Oncle Plume a dit bonjour à Mme Hildebrand. Merci, merci, merci d'écrire si bien et de retranscrire si justement ces moments d'enfance. Bel été à vous.

Hometown: Redwood City, California - Posted July 28, 2014 5:51 pm


Dear Judy,
Thank you for your email! You don't have to respond if you don't have time, but I just want to say this: Good luck on your next book! I'm writing a book called: 'The Wind of Chocolate Bay", hopefully it will be done by next August. I've read all your Fudge books too. What is your new book about?

Hometown: Redondo Beach - Posted July 28, 2014 12:46 pm


Dear Ms. Blume,
I met you many years ago at the Los Angeles Library (new wing) opening. It was one of the highlights of my life. Since then, as a teacher, I have had the opportunity to share your books with hundreds of students who now share the love of your writings.
Thank you from all of us!

Hometown: Redwood City, California - Posted July 26, 2014 10:32 am


I've read almost all of your books. My favorite is "Are you there God? Its me Margaret". Did you write a sequel to it? I've been writing books too. What did you do when you were 10? Please respond.


Hometown: Hershey, PA - Posted July 23, 2014 7:44 am


Hi Judy,
I am honored to be able to write you. You are my favorite author of all time. Your books sparked my interest in reading as a child. I now have a child who I read your books to. I am in the beginging stages of writing a childrens book and wondered if you could mentor me. I have been wanting to do this for so long. Thank you for inspiring me and so many others.

Hometown: Sydney - Posted July 21, 2014 2:31 am


Hi Judy I just got the fudge series in the mail and I love your books can you please tell me if you would rather sit in the garden on the grass with only a pencil, rubber and sharpener or in a garden shed with lots of pencils, rubbers and sharpeners on a neat desk all organised. Thanks you really inspire me

Hometown: brooklyn - Posted July 18, 2014 3:01 pm


Hi Judy,I relly love your books.They are awesome.I relly love the book Money,MONEY,Money!There is a really good chance you could be famous.You should write more fun books.I learned in school you were a famous writer or author for your books.I am a fan of your awesome books.The chapter 9 in the money book is funny because it is called the Panda Poop Club.Fudge holds and smells poop.You have a good imagination that helps you make books.You are really funny.Have a good vacation.

Hometown: Maine USA - Posted July 17, 2014 8:29 pm


I just read a quote about books you have outgrown but they still hold a place on your bookshelf because they hold your youth.....Just As Long As We're Together is my 'youth' book still on my bookshelf at age 34. It was THE book that I could turn to in 5th grade when the 'friends' were caddy and cruel, when no one was there to turn to, Stephanie, Rachel and Allison were my best friends. Thank you for creating a wonderful story that played a big part of providing comfort during a very hard year.

Posted July 16, 2014 2:23 pm


You had Omar, the cat, getting hit by a car and disliked by neighbors for killing birds. Have you ever considered lending your (important) name to PETA's campaign to keep cats safe (and indoors)??? You'd be a voice that so many people would listen to!

Hometown: Hialeah - Posted July 15, 2014 2:38 pm


I love Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing! I am doing a summer assignment about it.

Hometown: New York - Posted July 14, 2014 3:33 pm


I'm in love with your book forever.I fell in love with it so much i practically beg my mom to buy every book that you wrote.I really didn't like reading until I stumbled onto one of your books. Once I finished reading Forever it changed my whole point of view of reading.I really hope you write back to me and I hope we can meet in person. i recently am reading the book, Deenie written by you and that is why there is so much reasons why I want to meet you in person. Please do not look at this and just ignore you are the reasons why i would love to be a writer.

Hometown: St. Louis - Posted July 14, 2014 2:47 pm

Linda Smith


My name is Linda Smith, Programming Specialist for the St. Louis Public Library. I read in the Printers Row e-publication that Judy Blume is releasing an adult book in 2015 which will be her first book in over 10 years! We would love to be included in her book tour!

The Schlafly Branch Library, located in the eclectic neighborhood of St. Louis’ Central West End would be a perfect venue for her as it holds up to 125 people and is open until 9 p.m. in the evening.

We usually partner with Left Bank Books (www.left-bank.com) for book sales. The event would be promoted through our web site and monthly events calendar that reaches 85,000+ households and businesses. We would send press releases to all the local newspapers and media outlets. Left Bank also promotes heavily through their website, newsletter, and e-blasts as well.

I can be reached at 314.880.8759 and lsmith@slpl.org for your convenience.

Thank you for your consideration!

Linda Smith

Hometown: pikeville - Posted July 13, 2014 8:08 pm

Brando R

Hi mrs, judy , on the first hand sorry if there's any mistake or error on thi letter. my writing is not hte best one ,yet. i am from Venezuela and have the luck to find your book "Forever" in the desk i was studying in. I'm not the kind of person to whom to you see reading in a room full of people and plenty of food but i would rather say that your book has helped me in more ways than i could tell, not in a phycological or like if it was a guide for me at all, although , this book has helped me being able to go through a really hard time in my life, my last and weirdest relationship i had was just a mess and she just ended up breaking up with me becaouse of God. It seems that God told her or made her feel that our relationship wasn't going on the right or the best way and well. . . . pretty much after all, i hope and think that if God is in between anything can possibly go grong , it's up to us if we ended up all messed up or worst, i guess.

This is my life so far until now. I finished your book about a half an hour and i ws wondering if you could helped me with this. the book ended in Theo calling Kath ..... what an amazing way to finish a book tho. is there a sequel of this book, and if there's not, would you mind telling me what or how Kath ended? what happened to michael? and did artie made it to the drama collage or he killed himself?

from a humble new fan, my best wishes for you and i hope to hear soon from you. good luck on the comming book.

truely yous,
Brando R.

Hometown: charleston - Posted July 12, 2014 4:01 pm


t hanks Judy Blume i have a lot of answers for you please respond

Hometown: Westbury, NY - Posted July 12, 2014 9:21 am

Chea C.

Dear Judy,
I am a life long fan and I wanted to say thank you. You, your kindness, and your amazing books helped make my life better. When I was young I discovered your books and I read them all. They helped me find my way in life, they were like friends. One day I decided to write you a thank you note. I was so excited and honored when you wrote me back. Your gentle, kind, and loving words helped me make it through a very lonely and painful time in my life. To me you were always my friend Judy. My way of thanking you over the years was to give your books as presents. I always wanted others to discover you gifts. Once I saw a photo of you with pictures from all your fans. I was dumbstruck to see my face among them. Thank you Ms. Blume for the love, gentleness, kindness, and respect that you gave me and all of your kids over the decades. It is not overstating that you helped to save my life. You are a mensch and were a mechayeh [a joy, you brought me relief]. Thank you. with Love & Admiration

Posted July 11, 2014 9:44 pm


I'm raising my kids better because of you.I read "Are you there...' when I was 12. It effectively countered all the years of Playboy my dad had stashed away. Suddenly, girls had feelings, fears, vulnerability, strength, resolve, regret; all things I could relate too. So thanks from me, and thanks from my 21 yr old daughter who has taken these realizations to knew heights, both inexplicable to me, and exactly what I wanted for her.

Hometown: Wilson, NC - Posted July 11, 2014 3:53 pm


Love to be lost in your stories. Your books are great. They make me smile

Hometown: Burlington - Posted July 6, 2014 8:05 pm


Hey Judy,
I've been researching censorship and book banning in schools for an assignment (single mom who recently went back to school). I have always been an avid reader and have many of your books in my personal "library." My daughter, 7, has currently caught the reading bug. She's diving into the Diary of a Wimpy Kid books and yours will be on the list of my recommendations to her as she becomes a more confident reader. I just want to say I was amazed at how active you are in regards to censorship. What I find disconcerting is that so much negativity is coming from "religious zealots" as I've seen it put quite a few times by several people. Personally, I am a Christian and I am teaching my daughter about God, but I do not believe any books should be kept out of libraries or schools. I want her to ask me about hard subjects. I want her to form her own thoughts and opinions and I am encouraging her to have an opinion that doesn't always match mine. As she's so young, I know she wants to make me happy. Her instinct is that I will be upset because she may disagree about something (even if it's about how cute a boy is). I make sure to let her know I enjoy her different opinion and that if she was just a copy of me, our lives would be incredibly boring! Why am I sharing this with you? Well, just to let you know there are Christians out there who do not want to keep "uncomfortable" subjects out of school and believe that reading for children is vital, even if it's Harry Potter (which, I enjoyed and I know my daughter will love when she starts them). I am so glad that my professor has us researching censorship. This will definitely keep me active at my local school board to ensure there's at a voice in this corner of the world to protect authors and books. Thank you for all you've done!

Hometown: San Antonio - Posted July 4, 2014 6:13 pm


Hi Judy,

I have always loved your books, I have been reading them since my good friend Kelly passed hers on to me as preteens. Recently my husband & I found out that children are not in our future(maybe its for the better, half of eachothers genes?!) ... But seriously, I just wanted to share w/u that one of my regrets(?) is not being able to pass along my battered, dog-eared copies of your books to them... I am sure, w/ all my heart, that they would have gotten the same enjoyment, amusements, laughs & cries that I did... Thank you for being you...

Hometown: San Antonio - Posted July 4, 2014 6:11 pm


Hi Judy,

I have always loved your books, I have been reading them since my good friend Kelly passed hers on to me as preteens. Recently my husband & I found out that children are not in our future(maybe its for the better, half of eachothers genes?!) ... But seriously, I just wanted to share w/u that one of my regrets(?) is not being able to pass along my battered, dog-eared copies of your books to them... I am sure, w/ all my heart, that they would have gotten the same enjoyment, amusements, laughs & cries that I did... Thank you for being you...

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