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: Houston - Posted August 22, 2013 3:08 am


I just dove headfirst back into my teen years; I watched the film adaptation of "Tiger Eyes" (goodness, I wish I could italicize or underline that!) and it was amazing. I am *definitely* inspired to read the book... again... for the 25th or 30th time.

I've enjoyed your work for many years, Ms. Blume. I've managed to pass this on to my own two daughters as well. Through your writing, you've given us another way to connect. Your books spark great conversations with us where they really understand that Mom knows exactly what they're going through. It's a new, different, beautiful and sometimes very weird depth to our relationships... and we are better people for it.

With Sincerest Thanks,

Hometown: fort laterdale - Posted August 21, 2013 9:51 am


i love your books so much that i read all of then all ready and i think you should write new ones for me to read

Hometown: Noblesville IN - Posted August 20, 2013 4:55 pm


Mrs.Blume I have to ask you if you can com to my school and read with u answer questions just answer me back please yes I love you books

Hometown: Piedmont - Posted August 18, 2013 9:59 pm


Hello Judy Blume!

Our 4th grade class is beginning the new year reading; are you ready? - wait for it, "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing". How appropriate! We will be spending our first day learning more about you, the author, before we begin reading the book.
Thanks for all of your wonderful stories.
Mr. James' 4th grade class
Piedmont Elementary School

Hometown: woodstown - Posted August 18, 2013 4:27 pm


Dear Judy,i love your books i have four books of yours and i love them

Hometown: port saint lucie - Posted August 17, 2013 8:22 am


I can help if you need any i writing a story right now
you are the best

Hometown: port saint lucie - Posted August 17, 2013 8:18 am


are making any new book cause if you,you should make about your life in school or make it advaugers and a funny scary.That is all i wanted to say

Hometown: Frankfort,il - Posted August 17, 2013 12:57 am


Dear Judy,
I love your books. And I love to read. I've read 18 books this summer. I have some questions. What is your favorite book? Do you have time to read? Are authors celebrities? What is your favorite book that you've written? Do books put you in a certain mood when you read them? Like for instance, you read a book and there is this drunken jerk being mean to people. Do you get put in an angry mood for what he says? I'm just curious. I want to be an author when I grow up so maybe I might not need these answers, but I would love them anyway.
Thank you for reading this if you do!

Hometown: New York - Posted August 15, 2013 1:58 pm


Judy Blume,you rock. I LOVE all of your books.I'm almost done reading all of the series. Thanks again. Once again, YOU ROCK!!!

Hometown: Freiburg, Germany - Posted August 15, 2013 7:32 am


Dear Judy Blume,
happy to share your birthday February 12th 1938. I know some other friends and writers among them born on this day but you are the only one I found being born the same year. I still teach Hebrew literature and have also sminars on books and songs for children, and I was glad to find many of your books were translated into hebrew as well.
Wishing you all the best, sincerely, Ruben

Posted August 14, 2013 6:08 pm


I am among your 1st generation of readers and have had my girls read you too. You were a huge part of my fondest childhood memories and I am hoping you will be in my children's as well

Hometown: Chennai - Posted August 14, 2013 7:54 am


Hi Judy,
I read your 'Are you there,God? It's me,Margaret.'. I really liked it a lot.It brought out the girl in me.I would like it if you replied to me at my e-mail address.I really loved the part where Margaret knows Nancy lied to her about her periods at the restaurant.

Hometown: Tunnel Hill, Ga - Posted August 13, 2013 7:18 am

Mrs. Talley's Second Grade

We are beginning your book Fudge-a-mania today. We are so excited!!

Hometown: reading pa - Posted August 12, 2013 6:45 am


wish you could write a new book series about tootsie growing like fudge the series I hope this also inspires you signed coco

Hometown: Dallas - Posted August 11, 2013 7:14 pm


Hi Judy Blume!
I am writing a Book Report on Tales of the Fourth Grade Nothing..I really like the book. My Mother read the book when she was my age and she remember the book like yesterday.

Hometown: Langley - Posted August 11, 2013 1:19 am


You got me through my teen years please get me through menopause!!! Please write books about menopause, aging and grand parenthood!! The world needs you.

Thank you!

Ps My friend Rowan says "hi"

Hometown: Orlando, FL - Posted August 9, 2013 9:46 pm


Dear Judy,
I started reading and fell in love with your books when I was 9 years old. Now a mother of 2, a 5 year old girl and 10 month old boy, I've been thinking of all my great childhood memories and all the amazing books I read as a kid. I can't wait until she's old enough to enjoy "Are you there God, it's me Margaret?". It was my first "big girl" book and I will never forget that point in my life.

I'm writing you because when I was about 9 years old I remember a book being on our 5th grade reading list but that year it was banned. Somehow though, my Dad was able to get a copy mailed to him and I was able to read it. I remember being so proud that I was able to read it and own it! I can not for the life of me remember the name of the book. This was probably 1997 or 1998. I remember there being a bad word in the title, so at that age it was probably "stupid" or "shut up". If you could, I would love to know the name of it and if there is ANY way possible for me to get a copy of it to pass down to my daughter that would be AMAZING!!!

Thank you for all that you do, your words, stories and passion for open minded books is inspiring!!


Hometown: Endevour Hills - Posted August 9, 2013 5:57 pm


Dear Judy,
I love your books they are so inspiring I read tales of a fourth grad nothing now my class and I are reading I think its otherwise known as Sheila the great. We are hoping to follow the odder. that's all for now from a girl named laetitia

Hometown: Edison - Posted August 9, 2013 10:46 am


I love your books a lot if you can, can you please put it in mail for Woodbridge avenue in Edison. also if you want to mail it put it as xxx. I live in Lenaar Homes. House number is xx.

Hometown: Los Angeles - Posted August 7, 2013 1:34 am


Hello Judy Blume,

I love all over your books, and i dont even read many books. I have read Forever,all the superfudge and many others. I loved Forever when I got older but when I was little I loved all of the superfudge collection and Are you there got its me margret. Youre books have helped me so much, you should keep writing.


Hometown: Trondheim, Norway - Posted August 6, 2013 8:45 am


Dear Mrs. Judy,

Hi, this is Riwoo. My family is from South-Korea, but I and my parents live in Norway.
I have read: Deenie, Are You There, God? It's Me, Margaret, and Tiger Eyes. I'm considering reading Tale of a Fourth Grade Nothing or I can't remember what the title was, because as I went through what others had written in the Guest Book that one seemed the most popular
You always inspire me to write stuff, Mrs. Judy. It's nice, I guess, and I've always written poems and little stories (me too! Only on paper, though) when I learned to write and read. I really, really want to be an author!
Well, I hope you have a nice day, Mrs.Judy.

Love Riwoo

Hometown: Gordenville - Posted August 6, 2013 8:20 am


Dear Judy Bloom,
I appsolutly love your books and am begining to write on my own. My mother is an elementry school teacher and i run a bookclub for some of her students and this year we are going to read through your " Fudge" series. Your writing has always been an inspiration to me.
Thank you,

Hometown: Sydney, Australia - Posted August 5, 2013 7:49 pm

Helen Gazis

Dear Ms Blume
My name is Helen Gazis and I am a teacher at Brighton Le Sands Public School in Sydney.
My class is currently studying your book 'Tales of a fourth grade nothing'. They love it and as they are a year 4 (grade4) class they can relate. We have just finished making invitations to Fudge's party and the class is writing an acrostic poem about him as well.
We have googled his home address and the dentist opffice and the class is fascinated.
We had difficulty connecting to your email address so we thought of trying the guest book. 4G would love to send some pictures of their work if possible.
Looking forward to hearing from you.

Hometown: las angles - Posted August 4, 2013 9:02 pm


We all came up with main characters

Hometown: Raleigh - Posted August 3, 2013 6:28 pm


Dear Judy Blume,

I have just read Summer Sisters again for the second time. I read it last summer and pledged myself I would wait all year until the next summer to read it again and I plan to make it a tradition. Iíve loved your books since I was in third grade and Iím sure many others can say the same. Summer Sisters has really got me thinking about my future, I am soon to be a sophomore in high school and I know I will be facing the same challenges that Vix and Caitlin went through. Iím really scared for the future and for the world we live in. I would basically do anything to live in the sixties and seventies, but until they make a time machine I guess I will be stuck in my hopeless generation. I have no idea why I am writing you this letter to be honest; I just feel you should know how you have impacted my life. I was hoping I would write you something that would stand out against the rest but I really donít think I have achieved that goal. It would really mean the world to me if you would respond. Gosh Iím really rambling and this letter really sucks but you rock Judy, you really do.


A dazed and confused teenager

Hometown: Joseph City AZ - Posted August 3, 2013 11:24 am

Jacob Bushman

Dear Mrs. Blume,
I am a big fan of your work. One of my favorite books is Superfudge. Mrs. Blume I was wondering if you were making a movie to that book?
Jacob Bushman.

Hometown: PA - Posted August 1, 2013 7:54 pm

Jill Jill


Just read: Then again, mabey i won't and Loved it! Keep on writing!

Jill Jill

Hometown: St.Paul ,MN - Posted August 1, 2013 7:34 pm


Hi!!! I'm a girl.I love your books. When I grow up I want to be a writer and actor.I love all your "Tales of a fourth grade nothing " books. There very funny and fun! .loooooovvvvvveeee to draw and sometimes to write. If I'm sad I like to write . It makes me feel better .Sometimes I like to write in my drawings.Your a very talented writer.

Hometown: Bristow - Posted August 1, 2013 12:25 pm


Dear Mrs.Blume,
I have wrote two books! You inspired me too! But I just finished reading your two novels bff. I loved it! You are a brave women. I wish to grow up and be like you I really hope you reaspond! You are the best auther (dont know how to spell)
Wish I was you,
P.s. well I love my life but I wish I was a good author like you! ♡♥

Hometown: new york city - Posted July 30, 2013 4:59 pm


Dear Judy Blume, I got some of your books from my mom. They were hers when she was little and she loved them and passed them to me. I will be in second grade. I loved tales of a fourth grade nothing and I am reading SUPERFUDGE!They are great. I would like you to make a book about Jimmy Fargo. Have a nice day.And keep on being cool. Your fan, Blake

Hometown: Brooklyn - Posted July 29, 2013 8:20 am


I have been a fan all mylife and also my daughters, any future book sigining apperances?

Hometown: srilanka - Posted July 29, 2013 1:07 am


dear miss bloom
i love your books a lot i just keep on reading them .i just cant put the book down until i am done. pls keep on writing.
your greatest fan hanaa

Hometown: Endeavourhills - Posted July 28, 2013 7:55 pm


Dear Ms.Blume,
My name is Ananya, I am 8 years old. Iím going to write my opinion about Tales of 4th Grade Nothing. As soon as I opened the book I knew it was going to be a fantastic book.
My favourite character was Fudge,he was really funny and really naughty. My favourite part of the book was when Fudge ate Dribble.It was so funny but naughty of Fudge to eat Peterís turtle. I also liked the when Fudge wanted the same shoes as Peter.
I canít wait to read the rest of your books like ĎOtherwise Known as Sheila the Great í, ĎSuper Fudgeí and Ď Fudge Ėa- Mania. I hope you come up with more fabulous books and I also hope their much more funnier.
Your sincerly Ananya

Hometown: Endeavourhills - Posted July 28, 2013 7:55 pm


Dear Ms.Blume
My name is dineth,I am 8 years old.I will be telling you about what I think about your book " Tales Of Fourth Grade Nothing. My class teacher has been reading Tales Of a Fourth Grade Nothing and finished reading it to us.
Now our teacher is reading ď Otherwise Known As Shelia the GreatĒ. I canít belive that Shelia is scared of dogs.
I think that Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing is a really great book because you described what Peter was like.
I enjoyed Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing because there were funny bits like when Fudge acted like a dog under the table. Also the part where Peter,Fudge and their dad went to the cenimas and Fudge tried to touch the bears on the screen.
I also liked the part where they went to a resterant and Fudge threw the potatoes on the wall and when Fudge ate Peterís turtle.
Yours sincerly Dineth

Hometown: Yonkers - Posted July 26, 2013 1:46 pm


Hello i am Maya and i love reading your books they are incredible.I just finished reading Otherwise know as Shiela the great it is amazing and i also read Iggies House they are all amazing and i would love to read more of your books.Thank You!

Hometown: Clearwater - Posted July 26, 2013 11:48 am


Judy Blume,
I started reading because of your books (Tales of the 4th Grade Nothing) and as an adult I have loved your adult series. I was wondering if/when you are going to write another book for your adult series?

Hometown: La Grange, TX - Posted July 25, 2013 10:30 pm


Hi Judy,

I just finished reading Tiger Eyes and had to take a moment by myself. It was such a wonderful, exceptional, and lovely book. I lost someone dear to me this year too and every word of the story rang true, particularly the part where Davey calls for her father in the canyon. Thank you so much for writing this. I think your husband and son are right; this is your best work. Thank you again. -- L

Hometown: Austraila - Posted July 23, 2013 6:55 pm


Dear Ms Blume,
I really enjoyed TALES OF A FOURTH GRADE NOTHING.My favourite bit was when Fudge swallowed
Dribble.My class is looking forward to otherwise Known As Sheila The Great.My favourite character
is Jennifer because at night she was making ghost
noises. it made our grade laugh a lot.My class is looking forward to reading the next book Super
Fudge. I hope its going to be fabulous

Hometown: Australia - Posted July 23, 2013 6:51 pm


Dear ms. Blume,
Your book you made Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing
made my class giggle so hard. They love it! My
favourite character is Fudge. My favourite chapter
is 3 The family dog.I like the way that Peter's
dad said to Fudge "Eat it or wear it!"

Hometown: Australia - Posted July 23, 2013 6:50 pm


Dear Ms Blum
I love Tales of a Fourth Grad Nothing msblume and now my class is reding Othrwise Knwn as Sheila the Great. it beginning to get funny the class cant wait for the next book. The class loves your book. My favourite characters are Peter Fude and Jennifar. I hink Shila is is too bossy and mean. The part did not like is when dribble the tirtle died. The crazy part was when Fudge ate the flowers.

Hometown: Australia - Posted July 23, 2013 6:46 pm


Dear Judy Blume,
I love your books. our classis reading 'TALES OF A FOURTH GRADE NOTHING. When Fudge thought he was a dog and he was baking I thought that was hilarious. my favourite charcter is sheila because sheis very very funny. peter and sheila are friends. I like when fudge ate the flowers. I Like whan peter and sheila had to do a project togather.

Hometown: Australia - Posted July 23, 2013 6:43 pm


Dear Judy Blume,
I really love your book Tales Of A Fourth Grade Nothing. My favourite character is Fudge. He is funny,clumsy and silly.My favourite part was when Fudge ate dribble I wonder what the Juicy-O tasted like? my class and I are reading Otherwise Known as Sheila The Great. We are really injoying it
From Laetitia

Hometown: Allentown - Posted July 23, 2013 11:13 am


Dear Judy Blume,

I am a big fan! I'm a big fan of the book "Are you there god its me margaret?" I was wondering if you would ever write like a sequel? It was a great book and I would love to read more.

Please Respond Soon
From Barney2

Hometown: Australia - Posted July 22, 2013 7:50 pm


Dear Ms Blume
I love your stories and I must say that your books are remarkable,entertaning made up
stories.I think you should get the award of the funniest greatest books that I have every heard and read.My class loves your books.We loved the
book called Tales of a fourth Grade nothing by you.I liked the part when Fudge scribbled on Peters project poster and when Fudge ate the floweers and some rose petals.But my favourite part was when Fudge ate Peters turtle called
My favourite character is Fugde because he is very very funny and he gets in lots of trouble.My class is starting on the book that you wrote called Otherwise known as Sheila the graet.

I am looking forward to the other book that was called Double Fugde.I think that the book Double Fugde is about 2 Fugdes.
from kersikka

Hometown: East Troy WI - Posted July 18, 2013 12:09 pm


Dear Judy Blume,
I am so I happy I discovered your books. I love them so much I just started reading the Fudge Series and I love them so much. Thank You, Judy for sharing your great and Awesome stories.


Hometown: East Troy WI - Posted July 18, 2013 11:59 am


HI Judy I just want to say that I am reading Sally J. Freedman as Herself and i love it so much. I have read from your sight and now I've learned that it was kind of your childhood memories

Hometown: SELINSGROVE - Posted July 18, 2013 11:41 am


You are one of my favorite authors I grew up reading your books including Forever (before it was banned from school libraries) I hate censorship of books in schools because I feel it impedes the imagination of children who are going to become the next generation of authors like myself thank you for your brilliant work!

Posted July 18, 2013 11:18 am


Thanks Judy dor being an inspiration for many years and for many young girls and women! I have your book "Wifey" several times and love "Summer Sisters". You have inspired me to write. Thanks so much!

Hometown: Brewster - Posted July 16, 2013 8:56 pm


Hi Judy,
I just finished Summer Sisters for, seriously, like the 25th time! It is absolutely my favorite book; I feel like I know the characters personally!
Although every time I finish it, I always am wishing for more! Do you think you'll ever write a sequel? Or...something?! What happened to Caitlin?! This novel is so good in so many ways that I can't put it down after I start it again. Please write another chapter! <smile>
Thank you for writing this book! I'm sure there will be any more Vineyard escapes in the future!

Hometown: Seoul, Korea - Posted July 15, 2013 11:31 pm

Kyeong nam

Hi, Judy Blume

I'm Kyeong-nam. I live in Seoul, South Korea.
I'm a housewife.
Theseday, I am reading your book "tales of a fourth grade nothing" with my friends. By the way I saw a sentence not to be able to understand on page 17. That is "I don't know who my mother thought she was fooling." I don't know "who" and "she" in this expression. "who" is just interrogative? "she" is only his mother? You're very busy but please explain this meaning.

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