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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New York, NY 10010


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Hometown: Lincoln - Posted March 5, 2013 4:22 pm


love love your books i read all of them they where the best books i've read all of them

Hometown: Elizabeth New Jersey 07202 - Posted March 5, 2013 1:29 pm


Dear Judy:
Just checking on my Shero. When I here you name it gives me goosies. I am going to buy my grandson your books. I think they are great. I have the burning desire to write, but cann't get started after my computer was stolen, and my 2 manuscripts were gone. But I will do it. I hope you are having a great day. I will send you a snail mail when I can. Have a great day Judy. Please say hello to your son. Oh......We have another thing in common. The Month that we arrived in our birth date suits, but our dates are 5 days different. Stay cool my friend.


Posted March 5, 2013 9:10 am


I love your books about Fudge. Can you please write more? My whole family enjoys them and I love all the funny things he does.

Hometown: Mexico - Posted March 4, 2013 10:55 pm


I read Superfudge and I thought it was so funny!Thanks for writing the book!

Hometown: North Richland Hills TX - Posted March 4, 2013 9:33 pm


Judy Blume,
You are an awesome author, and I am going to start reading more books from you. I found out about you just a week ago when my friend had the book "Are you there God? It's me Margaret." She let me read some and it was a very interesting book. When I was in 4th Grade my teacher would read this Fudge books, they were so funny! I am really liking your books, and I hope you can make new ones!

Hometown: milwukee,WI - Posted March 4, 2013 3:01 pm


Dear Judy blume,
I LOVE,LOVE,LOVE your book Blubber. I like it because it shows how bullying is like so wrong to do.

Hometown: Milwaukee Wisconsin - Posted March 4, 2013 2:58 pm


Dear Judy Blume I reeally like your two books tales of a fourth grade nothing and Blubber.For my book report my lieracy gorup was picked for reading Blubber and my teacher read the whole class the book tales of a fourth grade nothing.

Hometown: newyork,rochester - Posted March 4, 2013 2:55 pm


dear judy blume , i really love your book tales of a fourth grade nothing its my favorite book of all time i really love fudge he sounds adorible.

Hometown: Jacksonville Beach,FL. - Posted March 3, 2013 1:41 pm


enjoyed your interview on Rock Center,your books are very inspiring to the young,would love to read one geared towards my age group,perhaps one of your characters in her later years going through menopause!am introducing your writing to my 10 year old grand niece,who loves reading

Hometown: Windsor - Posted March 3, 2013 12:17 pm


I just wanted to thank you so much for the reply to my son's guestbook comments. He was so thrilled to receive your email. I was too. Julien is nine years old and has autism. He has a book report to do for school and he chose Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. He has difficulty with comprehension, so I was hoping he would be able to follow what was going on in the story. This was a big jump from what he normally reads. Much to my surprise, he not only understood the story, he couldn't get enough of it. He was however very sad when Fudge ate Dribble. He was in tears and he sobbed for almost twenty minutes. Many, many thanks to you for a fantastic book. It was a special experience for us to share.

Hometown: Rockville Centre, NY - Posted March 2, 2013 6:27 pm


I saw you on the PBS Makers program. Fantastic! As a kid, I read your hits...never did I really stop to reflect and consider how your efforts as a woman, let alone an author, have contributed to my own ability to succeed and continue to explore the opportunities. Thank you.

Hometown: Lincoln - Posted March 2, 2013 1:27 pm


hi!i love your books!!!!!u r amazing!!!i like your book,"double fudge"love it!!!i liked "tales of a fourth grade nothing"alot.
sara d.

Hometown: San Antonio - Posted March 2, 2013 1:00 am


Judy the first time I read a book written by you, I was in 4th grade Tales of A Fourth Grade Nothing. I was hooked. I could relate to your characters and being shy I didn't always want to ask my mom. Now I have an 8 year old daughter that is asking a lot of questions and I am going to introduce her to your books. I think in many ways she'll relate to the characters as I did. I am so glad you are still writing and that my daughter will enjoy your books too.

Hometown: Boston mass - Posted March 1, 2013 10:49 pm


Hi Mrs Blume , I just watched your interview with Chelsea Clinton I was so excited to see and hear that your doing well. I grown up with your books , my very first book was Freckle Juice ,flubber,tales of a fourth grade nothing,fudge ,are your there god and the list goes on. I enjoyed every book that you wrote and like see Tiger Eyes in May. Thank you for your 12 year old mind

Hometown: Key west - Posted March 1, 2013 10:47 pm

Jimmy Lane

I grew up reading your books. I am now a Key West business owner with a little girl on the way. Would love to meet you in person one day.
Jimmy Lane

Hometown: Anna Maria, Florida - Posted March 1, 2013 10:46 pm

Heather twait

Judy, after watching the show tonight on Rock Center made me realize again what a pleasure it was meeting you on your birthday at Little Palm!! It's one of our favorite places and even more memorable now that I finally got to the chance to meet one of the most amazing authors of my time. You are a beautiful person inside and out and only wish you the best!! Thank you for a fabulous dance!! Heather

Hometown: rosanond, ca - Posted March 1, 2013 6:16 pm


can you white more books.i think your books are funny.we love you.

Hometown: New York - Posted March 1, 2013 11:34 am


Judy, I hope that you know that your books made a world of difference to girls who grew up in the 1970s/1980s.

They don't make authors like you anymore. I am so grateful that we have you. You've made the world a better place for so many kids.

Hometown: Elliot Lake Ontario Canada - Posted March 1, 2013 6:09 am


Judy, your books touched the lives of so many of us women in our 30's/40's. When I read your books as a child, it felt like I had written them, they mirrored my own thoughts so exactly. I remembered being shocked seeing a photo of Judy Blume, and you were an adult, ha! I felt so comforted that there was @ least one adult in the world that understood how it felt to be a kid.

Hometown: Corona, CA - Posted February 28, 2013 10:48 pm


I read your books as a child, and tonight I start reading DoubleFudge with my two kids. We have read all the Fudge books and are a little sad this will be the last one. You were my favorite author as a kid, and I am so happy to be introducing your books to my kids. Just wanted to say thanks for all the great books over the years, we love them and they have stood the test of time. We will read the Pain & the Great One series next!

Hometown: New York - Posted February 28, 2013 9:44 pm


Dear Judy Blume
I just finished Reading forever is And awesome but I Was left with suspence. What happes when Kath gets the call from Theo? Does she go back with Michael? Since you do so much Kids book I was wondering if you could make a second book. I know Its been a long time but it would be great to make a second book like the fudge books

Hometown: New York - Posted February 28, 2013 11:35 am

Your biggest fan

Hi! My teacher is reading me Superfudge and I love it! Oh my god I read almost all of your books, just a few left. Please tell me when you are going to write another book. Bye!

Hometown: London - Posted February 28, 2013 11:19 am


I loved the Fudge books and Margaret book and Deenie!!!
I am you BIGGEST fan.
Jenny, your HUGEST fan!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hometown: Humble, Texas - Posted February 28, 2013 11:05 am


Mrs. Judy Blume,

Hi, my name is Taylor and I am from Humble, Texas. I love your books that you write, I am a big fan of yours.

My favorite books of yours is Double Fudge and Freckle Juice. But the best one of your books is Super Fudge. If it was up to me I would give you the best author award every year. I read your books everyday and reread them.

I hope one day you come to Rayford Intermediate School.

Love your books,

Hometown: Glenwood australia - Posted February 28, 2013 2:01 am


Hi judy

thanks for the responce i'm so looking foward to
your new book.

from domenico ;]

Hometown: GARDEN GROVE - Posted February 27, 2013 11:57 pm


i just finished ready ur book tales of a fourth grade nothing now im ready superfudge and fudge a has a mean bird

Hometown: Massillon - Posted February 27, 2013 7:18 pm


Hi Judy how are you!! Thanks for emailing me back

Hometown: Montclair, NJ - Posted February 26, 2013 10:59 pm


Judy, I just watched the PBS show on the feminist movement. You seemed very self-effacing; as if you were unaware of the huge impact you had on an entire generation of girls through your novels. Please know that you educated me about all kinds of issues that "pre-revolution mothers" simply weren't able to discuss...you made many girls growing up in the 70's and 80's aware of alternative viewpoints and options. Thank you so much and be proud!

Hometown: Windsor - Posted February 26, 2013 7:09 pm


I just finished reading your book, Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. It was awesome! At the end, Fudge ate Dribble. I feel sad. But it was very good and I will read the rest of the books about Peter and Fudge real soon. Thank you for writing the story. Love, Julien

Hometown: Glenwood - Posted February 26, 2013 3:32 am


Hi Judy Blume I really love your books one of my favorite is Tales Of The Forth Grade Nothing.My favourite character is Fudge.I have a brother and he is the same age as Fudge he always loves to be basically anything, but the most thing he loves to do is pretend to be a ninja.So thats all for now.
From domenico

Hometown: West Reading - Posted February 25, 2013 9:32 am


I think you are a genuis you books are amazing.

Hometown: sydney - Posted February 25, 2013 1:02 am


Dear Ms blume
in my class we have been reading tales of forth grade nothing. we even have quiz's on you and all so on fudge books. i really enjoy reading fudge books. i want to be a author like you.
sincerely lee

Hometown: El Dorado Hills - Posted February 24, 2013 2:06 pm


Dear Judy,

I am doing a report on you and I am having a great time I just finished writing and editing and I just have to practice my speech.And I just love typing so that is why I decided to this.

Hometown: Oakville,ON - Posted February 24, 2013 1:58 pm


My class is doing a novel studies on Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing(: That was the best chapter book I have ever read since Gr.1 or Gr.2. I do not remember ):

Hometown: MALAYSIA - Posted February 22, 2013 4:58 am



Hometown: Montclair, NJ - Posted February 21, 2013 8:06 pm


I really love your books. But I have a question. How do you make your books so believable and unbelievable at the same time?

Posted February 21, 2013 7:24 pm


Hi Judy, I LOVE your books... even though I have only read one! I read, "Are you there god? It's me, Margaret" and I absolutely LOVED it, I loved how you described what it's like to actully go through changes and the emotions were and what it's like growing up!

Hometown: Scarbrough ON - Posted February 21, 2013 9:13 am


HeyJudyBlume hows it going I want to ask you are you going to write a new book ?

Hometown: scabrough - Posted February 21, 2013 9:13 am


I like your books

Hometown: miami fl - Posted February 20, 2013 8:22 pm


if u dont get this its ok but before you go away i want you to please write a book about rachel robinson and how she made it in life did she marry jermy dragon or if not to make a book about alison u promised that one.

Hometown: Henderson,NV - Posted February 20, 2013 6:37 pm


Dear Judy,
you are my absolute favorite author. My favorte book is Superfudge it is so funny!I have a suggestion for your next book. I think that Peter's school should have a dance and Sheela doesn't have anyone to go to the dance with and so doesn't Peter so, peter asks Sheela to go to the dance with him. On the night of the dance, peter goes to pick hher up and then he falls in love with her because she has a beautifu dress on. Then, fudge gets board so he sneaks out of the house and goes to peter's school. Once he arrives he sees sheela and peter dancing so he finds a camera and takes a picture. After he takes 25 pictures he fids his friend and he downloads tthem onto the internet.I hope you liked my suggestion for your next book maybe I will find my suggestion in your next book! I hope to hear from you soon! Remember, I will always be your biggest fan!
Your biggest fan,

Hometown: wv - Posted February 20, 2013 1:42 pm


willam is my frind

Hometown: wv - Posted February 20, 2013 1:40 pm


i love your books

Hometown: Paterson NJ - Posted February 20, 2013 6:50 am

Mikey A

I hope you are all healed up and you are healthy and well. Congratulations, I wish you and Lawrence all the success in the world to the new movie adaptation of Tiger Eyes. I want to thank you so very much for helping to mold me into the person I am. I was always in a bad mood it seemed when I was growing up and I swore my 4th grade teacher hated me. She began reading us your books, and she would ask us when we finished the first if we wanted to continue on with another one of your books, and we did, one after the other. Your books made me laugh, made me feel excited to hear more, and then get the books myself and read them again. I even felt sympathy (yes from me a perpetually angry 4th grader) towards the characters hardships at times, but throughout the whole journey, I was brought there by my 4th grade teacher. I saw her in a different light. I appreciated her for bringing me into your world.I saw her differently, through her emotional reading of your stories. Through eyes that no longer looked at a fuzzy cartoon image but a sharper more realistic view of her as someone who cared about helping us grow and reach our full potential. I have never again so unfairly judged someone to be shallow to the point of being a comical villain and instead acknowledged and accepted that grown ups (even other kids) were multifaceted, complex, and never simple to understand and misjudge. If my childhood friends, that I have always stayed in touch with, and the many friends I have since been lucky to come to know throughout my life's journey so far knew that you were a major influence on me they would shower you with letters of thanks. You are the reason that my friends have a solid unshakable fondness and always give me such kind words such as giving them the best memories of growing up ever, or how I can always be counted on to be there for them, or that they feel that as a grown man I have yet to lose that childlike spirit of "innocent nobility", or that I have "never changed" and have a solid character since they have met me. They have no awareness that I had an epiphany really and opened myself up to a gentle understanding of others, and that I wasn't the only kid that had some of that "world is against me" attitude that I didn't think anybody understood me. It's difficult to really express my thanks and do it justice. I will say from my heart, you have my love and gratitude for you and your family, always.

Hometown: wernersville - Posted February 19, 2013 8:10 pm


hey judy. your my favorite author.and you are born on my b-day! i love your storys!

Hometown: Rather not say - Posted February 19, 2013 4:31 pm

Melvin Trotter

Judy Blume,
I was told by my grandmother that a boy in grade four had once started writing a book. With the help of friends, family, and classmates/Teacher, his book was published. Since then I discovered a talent for writing stories. I have recently started writing a chapter book. While I brainstormed and wrote a rough copy on paper I had to stop. I included the situation/city in my story " Miles City " but I have a stable named Thunder Oak Stables in my story, and there is no place like that in Miles City. Is it allowed? If it isn't then how am I supposed continue with the story without having to make everything real, like the horses names? I understand a little bit of how an author would feel in a tight spot. I really hope that you can answer my questions and help me so that my book can be a success. Thank you Judy Blume.

Melvin Trotter
Ps: Melvin Trotter is a name that I use between myself and a friend. It is my nickname. And as you can see, I love horses.

Hometown: atlanta - Posted February 19, 2013 4:11 pm


My first "big Girl Book"..are you there God/..thank you for inspiration...God Bless you Judy Blume---i think i'm gonna read it again.

Hometown: Jefferson City missouri - Posted February 18, 2013 9:20 pm


hi, my name is nina. i was wondering if u have any up coming events in Missouri? hope u can respond.

Hometown: LA - Posted February 18, 2013 8:12 pm


Are you going to write a book about Alison after "Here's to You, Rachael Robinson?" I really liked your series. I also like how you don't sugar-coat the truth about growing up.
P.S. Please excuse my bad spelling/grammar, I broke my right hand.

Hometown: Molalla - Posted February 18, 2013 12:13 am



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