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: fruita,co - Posted June 30, 2013 2:31 pm

KYLIE

I love Tales Of Fourth Grade Nothing. Its amazing.

Hometown: Ocean County, NJ - Posted June 30, 2013 11:18 am
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Parin

Dear Ms. Blume,


I liked your book Soupy Saturdays. One of my favorite parts is when Jacob is home at night giving Olive their pet dog a bath. I thought it was the funniest part in the book, especially when he had to call his friends over to help him with giving the dog a bath.

Another funny part of Soupy Saturday was when Jacob wore earmuffs before getting a haircut. This is so Jacob could have long hair. I could imagine he looked very silly wearing earmuffs in the middle of summer.

I liked Jacob the best because he is picky on what he does and acts silly most of the time.

Soupy Saturday is one of my favorite books and I know I will be reading more book by you Ms. Blume. Thank you!


Your friend,


Parin

Hometown: northboro - Posted June 27, 2013 11:24 am
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emily

I Love your fudge books so much! I cant stop reading them!

Hometown: siler city NC - Posted June 27, 2013 10:36 am

clara

Dear judy blume,
I have only read a few of your books but still I love them. The books I have read are "otherwise known as sheila the great"my favorite character is mouse. The other book I have read is "double fudge" my favorite characters are melissa and the natural beauties , and ofcourse fudge. Thank you for working hardfor all the woncerful books
Clara

Hometown: gaborone - Posted June 27, 2013 6:12 am
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titanium crisp

Hey,just watched Tiger Eyes. What a beautiful story. You ability to convey emotion through your script was amazing. One day i'l write like you..

Hometown: Woodbury - Posted June 26, 2013 9:21 am
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Reese

Dear Judy Blume,

in 2nd grade we read tales of a 4th grade nothing in a reading group. Then i started loving the Fudge series. It so fun that we also got to do an author research and i picked u it was fun to research your life and i love u!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

- Reese

Hometown: Las Vegas - Posted June 26, 2013 6:38 am
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J

I have read all of your book and now my 10 year old daughter is well on her way to finishing them also. I began reading them in second grade and just fell in love with each one. Thank you soooooooo much!!!

Hometown: New Jersey - Posted June 25, 2013 10:56 am
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Allie

Dear Mrs. Blume,
Thank you for being such an inspiration to me throughout those awkward middle school years. You have sincerely taught me that I am not alone with all of the problems I face in my everyday life. You have also let me be comfortable in my own skin by showing me that all girls go through the same stages in growing up. Also, you have let me love who I really am as well as develop a pure love for reading. My mom introduced me to your book "Are you there God, it's me, Margaret?" when I was in third grade and in all honesty, I have read that book probably close to twenty times by now. I am unexplainably thankful to have had your books to turn to whenever I had a question about growing up. It was much less embarrassing than asking my mother. I will continue to read your books as I am finishing up high school, and once I am done with all of them, I will just continue to reread again and again. I actually decided to write my research paper on you a few years ago because that's just how inspiring you are to me. I hope that one day my children are blessed with having the pleasure to read your brilliant works while growing up. You will forever be my favorite author.
Love,
Allie

Hometown: denver - Posted June 24, 2013 6:46 pm
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makenna

I have a book collection of yours it has 3 stories. Deenie,It's not the end of the world'and Then again,maybe I won't.I started reading it last to first. So i just got done with then again maybe I won't it was an amazing book I just wanted to tell you.

Hometown: Elizabethtown, PA - Posted June 24, 2013 3:25 pm
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Caroline

Dear Judy, I've been reading your books since 1974(5th grade)and enjoy sharing them with my nieces today. My mother gave me my copy of "Forever" when I was in the 8th grade. She also liked your books and the conversations that came along with me reading them. Thank you for putting words to paper and changing the lives of so many young adults. Wishing you good health any many more years of writing.

Hometown: Cornwall on hudson - Posted June 24, 2013 12:55 pm
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Maddy

Hi! I love your books and am one of your biggest fans. I have written 258 stories in the past three years. Do you have any tips on getting any of my stories published? Thank you!

Maddy Hommel

Hometown: deagu - Posted June 23, 2013 4:21 am

amy

I love your books.

Hometown: korea,deagu - Posted June 23, 2013 4:14 am

amy

hello,judy arthur,I am amy. I was excited to read your book.^^thank you for writing books for kids.

Hometown: flordia - Posted June 22, 2013 6:31 pm
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liz

HI JUDY,I really love your books
all fudge serious

Hometown: Midland, MI - Posted June 22, 2013 7:04 am
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Mike XXX

You are an amazing storyteller. Thank you for all your hard work.

Hometown: Nashua - Posted June 21, 2013 1:06 am

Frank

Judy anymore novels planned geared toward the adult crowd enjoyed wifey many years ago.

Hometown: Birmingham - Posted June 20, 2013 1:06 am
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Ta'Kaiya

Hey Judy, I will like you to make a continuation of the book Forever.... I will like to see what happens next in the book after Theo called. I'm also looking forward to your book and movie Tiger Eyes. You are an inspiration to me Judy, and I will love to be a writer someday.

Hometown: Brooklyn, NY - Posted June 19, 2013 6:22 pm
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Anthony

Judy, you are a national trasure.

Hometown: Glasgow - Posted June 19, 2013 5:15 pm
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Angela

Hi Judy I just want to say I am a huge fan of yours. Your books helped me so much when I was growing up. They answered so many of my questions I wouldn't dare ask my parents. They were a big part of my childhood and adolescence and I have introduced my 9 year old son to the fudge books which he absolutely loves. He gets so excited going to bed at night to read them and its lovely to pass a part of my childhood down to him.

Hometown: Martinsburg - Posted June 18, 2013 5:26 pm
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Robin

I just wanted to tell you that growing up your books were so wonderful for me to read. I absolutely loved "Forever". I am having my teen daughter read it. Thanks for writing such wonderful books.

Hometown: Dubbo NSW Australia - Posted June 17, 2013 11:23 pm
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3/4B Orana Heights Public School

To Judy,

It's 3/4B here. We have just finished reading your first book in the series of Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. It was a great book. We have really enjoyed it and have been very inspired. Our class would often sit around our classroom and practice our reading aloud skills. Each day that we read your book we wrote about it in our reflection journals.
For some of us, it was the funniest book we have ever read in our classroom. We thought the funniest part was when Fudge ate Dribble.Some of us also thought it was hilarious when Fudge jumped off the jungle gym and lost his two front teeth.
You have so many original ideas. Where do you get them from? We are really interested in watching a movie on Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. Have you ever thought about having one made? We also wanted to know if it is a fun job writing books?

We will always remember your books. Thanks for reading our letter.

Yours Sincerely,
3/4B

Hometown: Canberra, Australia - Posted June 15, 2013 10:00 pm
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Ryan

Dear Judy Blume,
I love the series Fudge. It is so funny. In fact I was so inspired by Fudge that I would love to read Fudge every day! I have some questions like:
What is your favourite Fudge book?
Are you going to write another Fudge book?
Hopefully I become an author. I canít wait till I get the series of Fudge! At the moment Iím reading Super Fudge. My favourite is Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great.
From your number two fan of Fudge (Maddie from my class is number one!)
Ryan xxxx
P.S. I didnít like reading until I read Fudge!
P.S.S. The email is for my teacher. We would love it if you responded!

Hometown: Elizabeth City, NC - Posted June 14, 2013 9:39 am
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Abby

I like the book. Thank you very much for writing the book. I really liked the part when Andrew painted the freckles on his face and went to school.

Hometown: Elizabeth City, NC - Posted June 14, 2013 9:36 am
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Ben

I love Freckle Juice. I don't like Sharon in Freckle Juice though. It's funny in the part when Andrew gets tricked. I love the book.

Hometown: Canberra, Australia - Posted June 13, 2013 9:48 pm
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Maddie

Dear Judy Blume, At the moment I am reading your Fudge books. They are really funny books. I sometimes read them at school but mostly at home. I am up to the second book. I love Fudge books a lot and thatís why I also love reading. I used to hate reading until I discovered some really interesting books, and your books are some of them. I also like that Jeff Kinney (who wrote Diary of a Wimpy Kid) loves your books too.Your books about Fudge are really interesting, like when Fudge swallows Peterís Turtle.What other books do you have?
From your number one fan,
Maddison B.

PS The email belongs to my teacher.

Hometown: Mandeville, LA - Posted June 13, 2013 2:02 pm
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Kate

Hi, just wanted you to know another generation of readers is engrossed in your books. I'm enjoying re-reading them to kids ages 8 and 10; but was disappointed to see the edits made to update the content. A book is written in a certain time and place and to try to alter it thirty years later takes away from the experience of learning about that time and place. I credit Sally J. Freedman with exposing me to a time and culture I never would have known in rural Louisiana in the seventies. It may seem a small thing to give the Hatchers laptops, MP3 players and CDs, but it confuses the setting. Should the Ingalls family pile into a Suburban and zone out in front of their DVD players as they move across the prairie? I think not. Please reconsider for future editions.

Hometown: easton - Posted June 13, 2013 9:59 am

Connor

we read all your tales of the fourth grade nothing series. you should make another book like fuge goes to 4th grade. peter goes to college. tootsie grows up. fuge gets a dog. there is alot of things and more books you could write.write like a different kind of book like a town that it is sunny all winter and snows all summer.and there is school all summer and no school when it is not summer.clouds are on the ground and the ground is in the sky. and houses are upside down.and people talk back wards but not all the time.and there is not a hill that goes down but the biggest one is called the big one.and everyone is scared to go down it but one person was riding there bike and lost controll and rode down and they never saw him again that is why everyone is scared to go down it. i hope you make it if you make it make more then one book make a serie of 1 or 6 books bye

Hometown: easton,PA - Posted June 13, 2013 9:53 am

Trevor

My favorite book is out of all is double fudge.We just finished the book double fudge.My favorite character is Peter because he is like me I have a younger brother.When are you going to make another book?You should make the book called Fudge goes to High School.Do you like writing books as a hobby.We like reading your books.Can you make another series so my class can read it before the end of the school year.Thank you answer back.Thank you for reading the letter.

Hometown: Easton - Posted June 13, 2013 9:52 am

Alex

Dear Judy Blume;
My class and I read the entire series about Peter,Sheila,and Fudge .I think you should write another Fudge book about Jimmy Fargo,Peter's best friend and how he feels about his dad getting remarried .This was just an idea to make another Fudge book.

Hometown: Easton - Posted June 13, 2013 9:52 am

joseph

Hi,My class has been reading your Hatcher family books and we love them.We were wondering if you were having any plans for a new 5th book because my class was having many ideas like Peter goes to College,a separate book about Jimmy,Peter and his family go to Hawii to see the ''Natural Beauties'',or start the book series over as ''Tales of a fourth grade Tootsie'',or when Tootsie becomes Peter's age.I hope some of these ideas are helpful to you and that they make it into a book.

Hometown: Easton PA - Posted June 13, 2013 9:51 am

Brianna

Hi Judy! I really enjoy your books they are hilarious!!! I really enjoyed your last book Double Fudge with the heavenly hatchers.I really wanted to know if you are making a new book.It could be about Tootsie. I hope you make a book about Tootsie.

Hometown: Easton PA - Posted June 13, 2013 9:49 am

crazy

Hi Judy,
I love your books.I have read all your books.I hope you are going to make more if you are planning to make another book I have lots of great ideas like when Tootise grows up and she's in fourth grade and Peter in Collage

Hometown: Easton PA - Posted June 13, 2013 9:49 am

serenity

Judy,
I have read your Tales of a 4th Grade Nothing. I loved all of them.
please make another one. Your birthday is my birthday. My favorite book is double Fudge.

GREAT JOB !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hometown: easton PA - Posted June 13, 2013 9:47 am

claudia

Dear.Judy Blume
I like all the fudge books they are hilarious the book i liked was super fudge we read the whole series can you make another book like fudge has his own family or fudge goes to 4th grade or Tootsie goes to 4th grade or Peter has his own family.

Hometown: Easton,pa - Posted June 13, 2013 9:47 am

Yazmin

Hi Judy Blume . I am a fan of your books .In my class we read the whole series of your books. I have sent you a message before and i doubt that you read it .i really like your books especially the double fudge, Fudge is really funny. Me and my classmates were wondering if you are going to or are working on writing a 5th book about Peter , Fudge , Tootsie all grown and going to college maybe???
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Hometown: Easton,PA - Posted June 13, 2013 9:46 am

Rodrigo

Dear,Judy
I'm a student Paxinosa Elementary and my class was impressed when we read the first book you wrote and we read all the books.
I would like to read another fabulous book.If a would write I would
write 'Tootsie growing up!'.Thank you for making fabulous book and making as have fun.

Thank you
Rodrigo xxxx

Hometown: easton pa - Posted June 13, 2013 9:46 am

Yaireliz

i read all your books they are great and hilarious.it's near the end of the year for pax just two more days left.I Think you should make a book about peter and fudge when they grow up and when peter sister growns up to.
THANKS FOR HEARING ALL I NEED TO SAY

Hometown: Easton,PA - Posted June 13, 2013 9:45 am

william

Dear judy my class and I read all of the tales of a 4th grade nothing
series it was hilarious

Hometown: Easton PA - Posted June 13, 2013 9:45 am

Race

Ms. Bloom I liked your series. Are you making a new book
I hope you are making a new book.

Hometown: EastonPA - Posted June 13, 2013 9:45 am

anthony

Dear judy I've listened to all your fudge books and i'm wandering if you are going to write another book but when tootises in 4th grade.

Hometown: easton - Posted June 13, 2013 9:44 am

Trayton

dear judy blume,
I like all of your books and my favrote character is peter hatcher.
if you make another book it should be called peter and jimmy
go to coledge.

Hometown: easton pa - Posted June 13, 2013 9:43 am

sean

i loved your book double fudge and shela the great other wise knowed shela the great. stay safe judy have a good summer!!!

Hometown: Easton Pa - Posted June 13, 2013 9:43 am

nick

hi judy are you going to write another book because I really like your character fudge and peter.I love your books because they are so good!are you coming up with a new book because my class has read all of your fudge books.your book can be called toostie grows up! I am a hudge FAN!

Hometown: Easton'PA - Posted June 13, 2013 9:42 am

Asha

Ms.Bloom I read your series. Are you writing another book? Peter Hatcher is hilarious. I'm impressed with how creative you can be. I like when you said Fudge ate Peter's turtle, Dribble. I love Tales of a 4th Grade Nothing. Your fabulous.

Hometown: easton - Posted June 13, 2013 9:42 am

austin

i like you books a lot.i like Tales OF The Forth Grade Nothing it was hilarious.i hate when the dog dies it is so poor.we read all of the 4 books in your series.your series was fabulous.

Hometown: pennsylvania - Posted June 13, 2013 9:41 am

isaiah

we read all four of your series my fav one was fudge a mania.

Hometown: easton - Posted June 13, 2013 9:38 am

Anthoney.m

you should make new book of the hatcher famliy

Hometown: charlotte NC - Posted June 12, 2013 11:28 pm
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Lola

Hi, Mrs.Blume ! I just wanted to say I finaly read tiger eyes and it was amazing! It is my new favorite book, I love the way you used your words it was so detailed I could perfectly see the characters in my head! It was so sad to me because my dad died too so I could feel daveys pain through out the book. I know how hard it is to loose a family member that close to you, its much different than having your dog die or uncle.well anyways I'm still not sure if I want to see the tiger eyes movie because I have a distinguished way I imagined them from how you described the characters in the book, and I'm nervous if I see the movie I will be upset on how the actors/actress look. Buy I probably will and up seeing it one day. Ok that's all!

- love you,Lola

Posted June 12, 2013 4:24 pm
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Kari

"Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret" was so important to me growing up. It helped me get through puberty. Any chance you'll update it to let us know how she deals with menopause? I need a trusted resource.

Hometown: Longmont - Posted June 12, 2013 1:54 pm
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Emma

Hello, Judy Blume! I'm 12 years old, you've emailed me a few times, but I just wanted to send a message to you again! I'm in middle school, so I have summer homework, and I need to read a book with a lexile of around 1200. Do you have any books that would be appropriate but harder that I could read? Let me know, and I'm a big fan of you, and you have inspired me to want to write a book when I'm older. So let me know if you have any ideas! Thanks!
-Emma

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