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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: Saratoga California - Posted January 25, 2017 6:34 pm
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Jin

Will you continue to write more "Hilarious world of Fudge" books? I am a really big fan and I love these series. I really enjoy reading them with my mom. Thank you!

Hometown: ottawa - Posted January 24, 2017 9:44 am
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grace

why did you start writing books?

Hometown: ottawa - Posted January 24, 2017 9:05 am
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grace

why did you start writing. can you come meet me pleas!

Posted January 23, 2017 9:09 am
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Vic

Hi Judy Blume,
Let me say, I have been reading your books for the past 5 years and they are probably the best books I have ever read! I especially like the series 'Just as Long as W'ere Together' and 'Here's to you Rachel Robinson'. These books are so relatable in middle school and I have probably read them each like 10 times! I just had one question. Why don't you create a third book in Alison's point of view? I mean this series is SOOO GOOD but I still want to know what happens with Alison's mother and what not! Anyway I just wanted to tell you that you are such an inspirational author and probably the best author of all time!
~Vic

Hometown: Denison - Posted January 21, 2017 4:40 pm
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Karen

If I mail you a book would you sign and personalize it to a friend for me? I would send you $$ for the return postage.

Hometown: Freeport, Bahamas - Posted January 16, 2017 6:16 pm
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Mark

Dear Mrs. Blume,

I have read your books repetitively, even past my childhood. As an adult, I still look back and realize how much of an influence your books had on shaping me as a person. You are the best and I love you for the impact your books have had on me and my personality. You are my all-time favorite author.

Thank you so very much for sharing your creative talent with me and the rest of the world.

Yours truly,

Mark

Hometown: dc - Posted January 13, 2017 4:46 pm
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kailani

Hi,I read all your fuge book and you are my favorite author can you please send my school all your books to my school kippdc lead academy

Hometown: Green Lane, PA - Posted January 13, 2017 1:38 pm
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Mrs. Melissa D

Dear Judy Blume. Hello, my 4th grade students and I really love your books! We are reading the Fudge series in order, and we are on "Superfudge" right now. The class and I have two "burning questions"...
1. In "Otherwise Known As Sheila the Great," does Bobby Egran notice that some of his models were cracked and glued back together? If so, does he "get" Sheila?
2. In "Superfudge," what exactly DOES Mrs. Muldour do with all those worms?"

Thank you so much for answering us!

Sincerely,
Mrs. D and her PA fourth grade class

Hometown: British Columbia, Canada - Posted January 12, 2017 7:53 pm
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Angella!

Dear Judy,
I got your boxed set for Christmas!It's AMAZING! my favorite is starring sally j freeman as herself!!! I find myself a lot like Sally in a way. I like to make up stories and pretend. Unfortunatley, all my friends have grown out of imaginary games, so I like to play them on my own in my giant backyard. Everyone thinks i'm weird when I have a pretend sword fight with a pretend knight, but it's worth it.
I have a few questions about your books that remain unanswered. For example, What is Douglas from sally j freeman doing at Miami beach when he goes off on his bike alone? is he just casually riding his bike, or does he have a secret?
Secondly, In Iggie's house, do the garbers stay in Winnie's neighborhood, or do they move out? And does Winnie really run away to Tokyo?
Lastly, in Blubber, does Wendy become nice, or do she and Linda stay friends forever and always exclude Jill? Oh yeah, and does Kenny go as an "intresting flenser" for halloween when he is in grade 5 and win a prize?
I hope you are doing well. Thank you for reading my letter!
Sincerly, Angella

Hometown: Ft. Thomas - Posted January 12, 2017 6:22 pm
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Zachary L

Dear Ms. Blume,

My name is Zachary Lyle. I am eight years old. I live in Kentucky, but I used to live in Seattle, Washington. I chose you for my author study because I think your books are funny.
The first book of yours that I read was Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. What I liked the most about this book was when Fudge ate Dribble. I like to draw my own comics, so how did you choose your illustrator? I have always wanted to go to New York. What made you choose for Peter and his family to live there? I couldnít believe it when Fudge ate Dribble! Did one of your kids do anything like that?
So now I have a few more questions for you if you donít mind. Do you like art? My favorite food is cake. What is your favorite food? Finally, do you like it when people write to you? Thank you for reading my letter.
Sincerely,
Zachary

Hometown: Clalifornia - Posted January 12, 2017 1:47 pm

Brandon C

I finished reading Tales of a fourth grade nothing and I like it. Its really funny and I like it thank you for writing this funny book

Hometown: Los Angeles - Posted January 12, 2017 1:45 pm
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Sparkles7660

I love your books and I hope you you can write more. I hope I can be an Author just like you.

Posted January 10, 2017 9:45 pm
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Sue

I've just finished "Unlikely." I am an avid reader and cannot remember the last time I cried while reading a book, especially the descriptions of the reunion. Your characterizations are wonderful: picturesque, believable, colorful, interesting, and on and on. Thank you so much.

Hometown: Centennial.CO - Posted January 8, 2017 11:06 pm
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Linda Cassell

Hi Judy! I just finished In the Unlikley Event- could not put it down. It was so interesting for many reasons-and I was drawing parallel after parallel to my present life! My son is 23 and is a private pilot-he graduated from college in May and was in Pharmacy school. He has decided to change course and works towards his commercial license-it was theraputic for me to read about crashes!! My biggest fear- you helped me face it head on! And then of all crazy things an old love from 35 years ago got in touch with me last week here in Centennial-I felt just like Miri!! I am an RN for 37 years-and now I'm aspiring to write. Your writing inspires me! Thank you! Linda

Hometown: Givataim Israel - Posted January 7, 2017 12:54 pm
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Sarit

Dear Judy,
I was 11 years old when my mum got me 'blubber' and I stayed up all night to finish it, I never read anything like it! All your books were beautifully translated to Hebrew and I have been enjoying them ever since. My kids read them now, I still do too. Thank you.

Hometown: West Sacramento - Posted January 6, 2017 1:28 pm
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Su

My daughter and I have been reading your books ever since she was old enough to read. And we both still do. Recently I was in a Goodwill store and found your book In the Unlikely Event, which I haven't read yet, so what a great find. But to my surprise, on the second page in, a blank page, it looks like your autograph!? How do I know if it's real? I will never part with the book if it is!! Thanks for all the books you write, Su...

Hometown: Fort Covington - Posted January 6, 2017 8:34 am
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Amanda Cook

Do you know where I can have my class watch the Fudge tv series online? I used to have my class watch this after reading the books and they loved it. I can't find it anymore.

Hometown: buffalo - Posted January 6, 2017 6:32 am
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sondra

Thank you for helping me through difficult times. Your books helped me theough a difficult childhood.

Hometown: Thunder Bay - Posted January 5, 2017 9:45 pm
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Kristen marie

20 year ago when i was 10 years old I read tour book are you there god its me margeret. I was hooked from the first page. It was one of the first books I actually liked. I wasn't a huge reader. I struggled most of my childhood with reading. But since that day I have officially read this book maybe 2 times a year since I was 10. Even in my adulthood it is one of my favorites. I am on my third copy. 2 nights ago my daughter (8 years old) decided to pick a book from my childhood favorites book shelf. She picked your book. I am so happy she did, as girls these days are going through changes alot sooner in life. I always wanted to read this book to her as it is a great coming of age story where she can ask me questions. Thank you for writing this book. I am now so happy that I get to read it to my daughter

Thank you
Kristen Marie and Dylan Theresa

Hometown: Toronto - Posted January 5, 2017 1:42 pm
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Cindy

I was just 10 years old when I discovered my first Judy Blume novel....Are You There God, It's Me Margaret. My mother suggested I buy it at my elementary school's book fair. After reading just one page I was hooked. I read and reread AUTGIMM so many times throughout m my preteen and teen years that I lost count. My love affair with reading began with this experience, and with every additional Judy Blume book I discovered, my passion soared. From the Fudge series to Forever, there was always a Judy Blume book that took me away from my struggles and transported me to a place where the characters experienced what I was going through, but somehow found a way to overcome their problem and become better for the experience. That gave me hope. Now, as a 45 year old woman, I still consider Judy Blume to be a mentor of sorts and often look to her for inspiration in my own writing. A self published author of erotic romance, my genre may completely differ from that of Ms. Blume, but I never would have had the passion for reading and in turn, writing, if it wasn't for her. Thank you Ms. Blume!!

Hometown: Seoul,Korea - Posted January 5, 2017 2:29 am
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Lorraine

Hello,i am Lorraine.i am writing a story too with my teacher.But i don't know any illustrators. Do you know any?Because i like your books and your pictures.My teacher's friend wrote a book and the pictures but i didn't liked the pictures so much.I want to gets some help from you.When i need help can you help me?(I will send letters from this website)

Hometown: Hoboken - Posted December 29, 2016 9:29 pm
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Zachary

Please, oh, please write another fudge book. He's helareus.

Hometown: vancouver,bc - Posted December 21, 2016 4:49 pm
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Joanne Shaw

I am a novelist too. I was thinking of you today, thinking of my childhood books. I loved yours and still remember Are You There God,It's me Margarette very clearly. That was a classic.

So I surfed the net hoping to find you. I see you are still alive and well and still publishing. Very good.

Joanne Shaw
Canada

Hometown: Orange Park - Posted December 17, 2016 4:49 pm
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Michael

Today, I read Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing aloud to my 8 yr old son. He's a sensitive kid who frets over what will become of the spider that he sweeps off the swing set. He INSISTED on contacting you to share his thoughts! Since I'm a Mom, I diligently typed them up verbatim...


"Dear Judy,

Two things about the ending of Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing shouldn't be there. One, turtles live for a long time so the main characters would have died before the turtle died. Two, the turtle shouldn't have died and they get a puppy that really concerns me that they don't care about the turtle. It's not like I hate your book. I really haven't read it. It's just that the ending shouldn't be like that. P.S. My Mom told me the ending of Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing.

-Michael"

Hometown: BALTIMORE - Posted December 15, 2016 8:32 pm
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SHERRI

I want to thank you Ms.Blume I read your book Are You There God Its Me Margret three times in my home there were no talks about how a young girls body go through changes.
I would have had a horrible time when I started my period had I not read this book So when it did happen I was calm and I knew what I had to do.
I just want you to know how important that book is to me and I recommend this book to young ladies all the time.
Once again thank you so much for this book you wrote.

Hometown: New York City (native of Newark NJ) - Posted December 15, 2016 3:11 pm
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Dan

Judy,
Greetings from a fellow children's book author (www.dangutman.com).
You're busy. I wouldn't try to contact you unless it was something important. I don't know about you, but I'm REALLY worried about the next four years, more than anything else about planet Earth. Our president-elect said climate change is a hoax and he's going to rip up the Paris Climate Agreement. His pick for head of the Environmental Protection Agency is Scott Pruitt, a climate change denier. His pick for secretary of state is Rex Tillerson, the CEO of Exxon Mobil. His pick for Energy Secretary (Rick Perry) said he wanted to close down The Department of Energy. He's appointing people who are hostile to the very departments they're going to run! He wants to build more pipelines and drill for more oil, gas, and coal. And in a few weeks, he'll control all three branches of government.
We're going to lose four (eight?) crucial years in the battle to protect the future of the planet for our children and grandchildren. I feel helpless, and wondered what a lowly children's book author like me could do to fight back and make my voice heard. I decided the best thing I can do is to get more authors to join Authors for Earth Day. Basically, we do ONE school visit and donate at least part of our fee to an environmental organization. We've raised over $50,000 so far, but we need so much more to support environmental organizations, who will fight back against the powerful people who see no harm in burning fossil fuels indefinitely.
It would mean so much if we could add your name to our lineup. One Judy Blume would be more valuable than a hundred Dan Gutmans. At the very least, I hope you'll check out the Authors for Earth Day web site: http://www.authorsforearthday.org/
Sincerely,
Dan Gutman

Hometown: romford - Posted December 15, 2016 12:33 pm
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tuesdee

are you there god? its me Margaret this book was amazing I have read it many times now. I absolutely fantastic. I think you should write a book about a girl growing up in a village where there is always crowds. one day when looking out to the sky she sees a shooting star

Hometown: indonesian - Posted December 15, 2016 3:20 am
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adriani

<a href='http://ceritapanasku.com/index.php/category/abg/' title='ABG' > Cerita dewasa </a>Sometimes I feel like relationships consist of telling your same life stories to different people until someone finally appreciates them.

Hometown: San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines - Posted December 12, 2016 7:41 pm
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Paul

Hi Judy,

I would just like to take this time to thank you. The first Judy Blume book I ever read was Double Fudge in the third grade, it was my going-away present from my teacher since I was moving schools from San Diego to Vegas. And it's been 12 years since then and I've lost count of how much I've reread the story over and over again. I guess you could say I could very much relate to Peter, especially that one part in the book where he was so angry that he messed with all of Uncle Howie's things in the bathroom. THANK YOU for giving me a door to a fun world with Fudge and Peter. A door that I could enter once I open my slightly overused book. My fingers are still crossed for a Double Fudge sequel(??) But regardless, thank you Judy Blume! God bless you!

Hometown: Dinuba - Posted December 8, 2016 10:35 pm
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Yolanda

Hi Judy Blume!
I just wanted to say thank you so much for being an awesome writer. I love your books because children and adults could connect with your characters. In the second grade my parents divorced and I felt that I was the only child in the world that this happened to. Luckily I found a lot of comfort in my favorite book, "It's Not the End of the World." I read it so many times in those couple of years. I totally connected to Karen in your book.
Now I am a fifth grade teacher and I am reading my favorite book to my students and they really love it. I told them, "You can totally fall in love with books when you find the right ones!" I purchased your series of Fudge, SuperFudge, and Tales of the Fourth Grade Nothing for my class library and I'm sure my students will enjoy them and much as I do!
God Bless
Yolanda

Hometown: belmar nj - Posted December 6, 2016 10:28 am
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tod

hello judy your book judy bloom tales of a 4th grade nothing inspired me to read new genres i used to only read graphic novels but now the book i read was well good and was funny it had suspense i am writing this to u to show how much i love your book love:tod

Hometown: Neptune, NJ Worked on Railroad in Newark and Elizabeth - Posted December 5, 2016 2:52 pm
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Erwin Coons

Have read all four of your adult novels. Loved all. Summer Sisters is tied in my opinion with Unlikely Event. Great! All were great but those two were the greatest. Thanks, Erv

Hometown: Blairstown, NJ - Posted December 2, 2016 3:17 pm
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dollfriend

I just finished In the Unlikely Event, and I loved it! Since I had just started H.S. at the time of those plane crashes (though I don't remember them, but my husband does), the timing of the book brought back many other memories.

The only other adult book, of Judy's, I had read was Summer Sisters. Now I need to read her other two adult books.

Hometown: Valparaiso - Posted December 2, 2016 12:08 pm
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Georgia

Dear Judy Blume,
I love reading your chapter books, they are so exciting! I just got Double Fudge. I love it! My mom and dad loved reading your books when they were kids, too. I got Sheila the Great last Christmas. I hope you respond and have a good holiday! From Georgia PS: What inspired you to write great books?

Hometown: Marin county - Posted December 2, 2016 12:00 pm
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Keri

Hello Judy!! My name is Keri! I am the mother of 6 children and licensed for Emergency Foster Care. I have written a children's book for children who have been removed from their home and taken into foster care. I am inspired by your books and artwork! I'm totially lost how launch my book and don't trust all the sites in the internet so I thought I would try to connect with you! There is such a need for these guys to find comfort in such a horrible situation and I have written a delightful book th help them through this time!
Best wishes and hoping to connect

Thank you- Keri

Hometown: wagga - Posted December 1, 2016 6:10 pm
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rainer

Dear Judy,
My name is Rainer. I am 8 years old. My teacher Mrs Gillett has been
Reading us Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. My favourite part was
The TV star because Fudge was being naughty and silly. My favourite character is Fudge. I liked how you described Fudge.
From Rainer

Hometown: Wagga Wagga - Posted December 1, 2016 6:09 pm
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loki

Dear Judy,
My name is Loki and I am 7 years old. My teacher, Mrs Gillett
has been reading Tales of a fourth Grade Nothing. My favourite
Chapter is the birthday bash because all the toddlers were crazy.

Kind regards, Loki

Hometown: Wagga - Posted December 1, 2016 6:08 pm
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Sage

Dear Mrs Blume,
My name is Sage. I am 8 years old. My teacher, Mrs Gillett has been reading Tales of the 4th Grade Nothing.
My favourite part was when Fudge wanted to go on the trike again because he winded really funny.
My favourite character is Fudge because he is winey a lot.
Kind Regards,
Sage

Hometown: wagga wagga - Posted December 1, 2016 6:06 pm
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lucas.b

Dear Judy
My name is Lucas and I am in year 2. My teacher Mrs Gillet has been reading us your book, Tales Of a 4th Grade Nothing.
My favourite part was when Fudge was on the bike and my favourite character of course is Fudge because he is really funny.
From Lucas

Hometown: wagga - Posted December 1, 2016 6:03 pm
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breanna

Dear Judy Blume,
My name is Breanna and im 9 years old.My teacher mrs Gillett, has been raadind Tales of a 4th gradenothing.
My favourite part was when Sheila,Jimmy and Peter made the poter because shila was being bossy.It was a veryfun book to read.

Hometown: wagga wagga - Posted December 1, 2016 6:00 pm
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paolo

is Paolo. Dear Judy,
My name
I`m 8 years old.
My teacher, Mrs Gillett has been reading Tales of a 4th grade nothing.
My favourite part was when Fudge or Fang broke his teeth because it was very funny.
My favourite character is Ralf he is a very fat person and very mean to Fudge.
from Paolo

Hometown: Wagga Wagga - Posted December 1, 2016 6:00 pm
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Aimee

Dear Mrs Blume,

My name is Aimee Iím 8 years old. My teacher is Mrs Gillett she has been reading Tales of a 4th Grade Nothing.my favorite part was when it was fudges birthday because fudge was ripping up the poster I love all of the books.

From Aimee

Hometown: Wagga Wagga - Posted December 1, 2016 5:57 pm
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Ethan

Dear Judy
My name is Ethan. I am 8 years old. My favourite part was when fudge was at the movies, when fudge was throwing popcorn, pow, pow, and pow. Great book!!!
Kind regards,
Ethan

Hometown: Wagga Wagga - Posted December 1, 2016 5:54 pm
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Sarah

Dear Mrs Blume,
My name is Sarah. I am eight and a half years old. My teacher, Mrs Gillett, has been reading Tales of a Fourth Grade to us. My favourite part was the assessment for Peterís school because it was rather funny.
My favourite character was Fudge because he is very funny and when Mrs Gillet used her expression, it made Fudgeís voice even more funny.
The way you thought of about Dadís job and the name of the juice company made me happier than before.
Kind Regards,
Sarah

Hometown: wagga - Posted December 1, 2016 5:52 pm
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jake

My name is jake I like PLAYING SPORT I like reading about fudge because when he gets picked he doesnít ride the bike but when peter get bike he rides . fudge said ďme ride bikeĒ he rode the bike and got two cookies .from jennie.

Hometown: Wagga Wagga - Posted December 1, 2016 5:52 pm
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Lucy

Dear Judy Blume,
My name is Lucy. I am eight years old. My teacher, Mrs Gillett, has been reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. My favourite part was when Fudge was picked for the toddler bike add because Peter had to help get Fudge to move by riding the toddler bike. I like the imagination in the story. My favourite character is Fudge because he always gets up to mischief.

Hometown: Wagga Wagga - Posted December 1, 2016 5:50 pm
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Pragya

Dear Judy,
My name is Pragya. I am 8 years old. My teacher, Mrs Gillett has been reading us Tales of 4th Grade Nothing. My favourite part was Fudge says peter because it sounds funny. My favourite chapter was fang hits town because of how it sounds.
From Pragya.

Hometown: Wagga Wagga - Posted December 1, 2016 5:49 pm
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Lucas S

Dear Judy


My name is Lucas S. I am 8 years old. My teacher is Mrs Gillett. She has been reading us Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing.
My favourite part is when Peter rode the toddler bike because Fudge wanted to do it as well. My favourite character is Peter because he is not famous.

Hometown: wagga wagga - Posted December 1, 2016 5:43 pm
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gus

dear Judy,
my name is Angus i am 9 years old.my teacher,mrs Gillett has been reading tales of a fourth grade nothing.My favourite part was party because jennie,sam,ralph were a good mix the biter the cry baby and the fat boy. Anew book could be flaming fudge when fudge has kids my favourite character is peter is peter. Kind regards angus

Hometown: New York - Posted November 30, 2016 6:40 pm
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Maren

Dear Judy Blume,

I turned six today and received Freckle Juice for my birthday. I read half of it to my mom and noticed a problem with pages 19 and 27 (that even she didn't notice). Sharon's recipe is returned to Andrew at 3PM from Miss Kelly and Andrew is then picking up the keys from his mom at 3PM. I hope you find this useful. Happy to help you edit any new kids book!

Sincerely,
Maren S

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