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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Judy Blume
c/o Tashmoo Productions
1075 Duval Street
Suite C21 #236
Key West FL 33040


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Suzanne Gluck
William Morris Entertainment
11 Madison Avenue, 18th floor
New York, NY 10010


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Hometown: Austin - Posted September 5, 2012 1:41 pm


Just read your blog and wishing you a complete recovery and good health in the future. Of course my kids read your books years ago...haven't we all??
Stay strong.

Hometown: Bethesda, md - Posted September 5, 2012 1:37 pm


Thank you for your recent Sept 5th blog !@#$ happens. It lead me to read your whole website and follow you on twitter. I'm a stay at home mom songwriter and always dream of book writing one day. I'm so inspired by your life. Thank you!- yasminasongs

Hometown: Oklahoma City - Posted September 5, 2012 1:35 pm


I have admired your writing since the very first of your books appeared and enjoyed reading them to my children and my grand daughter.

I am very sorry to hear that you have joined our "sisterhood' but it sounds as if you are doing well physically and emotionally. I am five years out and, like you, I had a great "support staff". Much good luck on your continued recovery.

Hometown: St. Charles - Posted September 5, 2012 1:25 pm

Pam P

Blessings to you, Ms. Blume. Although I was older than the demographic for your books (when they were originally publishe, lol), I read them and gave them to my nieces and friend's children. When my daughter came along, I made sure I had a complete set for her. Your books encourage mothers and daughters to talk and learn from each other. Thank you for that.

I'm glad to hear that you are doing well after your surgery. Early detection is key! My thoughts and best wishes for continued good health are with you and your family.

Hometown: Arroyo Grande, CA - Posted September 5, 2012 1:22 pm


Oh, how I wish I had known about this blog before today! Either way, you are doing a phenomenal job at staying positive. My mother fought (and beat!) stage 3 invasive carcinoma. You have always held a special place in my heart, helping me to enjoy and treasure my adolescence while fostering a deep passion for reading. Thank you for everything. Once every several years when I have an evening to myself, I will pick up Forever and read it in one sitting. You are amazing.
Take wonderful care of yourself,
Kristen (a fellow small-boobed champion!)

Hometown: Chicago - Posted September 5, 2012 1:15 pm


I just want to wish you the speediest of recoveries and a clean bill of health. I have been a big fan of your work since my mom introduced me to your books in the '70s (cool mom, huh?). We love you!!!

Hometown: Troy,Mo - Posted September 5, 2012 1:12 pm


Dearest Judy,
Just wanted to let you know you are our prayers. As a child I grew up reading all your books. Now as a mother, I watch my own children also grow up reading yours. We love you sooo much, and (Fudge too) God bless you , whom has touched so many, xoxo

Hometown: Huxley, IA - Posted September 5, 2012 12:59 pm

Mrs. Moss's 4th Grade

Hi Ms. Blume,

Our class is getting ready to read your Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing book. We have enjoyed looking at your website! We will write back later!

Hometown: Then: Greenfield MA; Now: Carver, MA - Posted September 5, 2012 12:58 pm


Hello Judy~
I just saw an article today stating you have joined "The Club" of breast cancer survivors.
I, too, am a member of that club for 13+ years now and felt compelled to jot a note off to you. I want to wish you well in your life's journey (which now includes your cancer journey)! I would never wish any form of cancer or any illness on anyone, but, crazy as it may sound, I would not have wanted to miss the experience of my own journey. It made me who I am and I cherish that. Each day can be a blessing if we allow it to be!

I want to say "thank you" from the depths of my heart for the wonderful books you've so eloquently written! I remember reading and loving them so when I was younger! A friend and I were just talking on Friday about your books and that we should have a "Judy Blume read-a-thon"! I just pulled out and dusted off all of your books on Sunday (to the dismay of my better half as it was not a task on my to-do list that day! Oh well, he got over it!) and plan to pass some on to a niece of ours. Yes, I do think a read-a-thon is indeed in order!
So thank you and I look forward to whatever more you may write for those of us who have an affinity for your stories.
Best wishes and much happiness to you along your journey!

Hometown: Oman - Posted September 5, 2012 9:12 am


Judy Blume I like your books so much

Hometown: tolar,texas - Posted September 4, 2012 8:38 pm


dear,judy we are learning about your books and love them i have read some of your books so has my mom when she was little girl and also have 2 of your books at my house!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hometown: stephenville texas - Posted September 4, 2012 6:02 pm

tara y.

hey judy i got your email i will share it with my whole class im so exited someday when u get bored maybe you should make a fudge movie your tottaly awesome and btw your my role model i hope you can respond love tara

Hometown: Bangalore - Posted September 4, 2012 10:25 am


Hi Ms. Judy Blume....I love your books... There just so great! Are u writing any new book soon? My favorite book is "Double Fudge".I have been reading your books since I was around 10.... I Love Them... The first book I ever read by myself is double fudge!!!
Sneha S.

Hometown: San Jose - Posted September 3, 2012 10:38 pm

Navia and Yen

Dear Judy Blume,
I hope you make more books. I really like the book, The Pain and the Great 1, because I like the girl who wears the pretty skirt. She's the one who plays the piano.


Posted September 3, 2012 6:34 pm


Dear Judy Bloom,
I've been reading your books since fourth grade. The first book I read was Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. Our teacher gave us books to read based on the series of Fudge/Farley Drexel Hatcher.By the way where did you get that name? Anyways, if my teacher would of not gave us your books to
read, I would of not fall in love with your books. Right now, I'm addicted to your books! I need more of your books. Please keep on writing.
Love, Jennifer

Hometown: new jersey - Posted September 3, 2012 1:59 pm


i read fudge-a-mania :-) it rocks :-) i really hope you keep writing great books :-)

Hometown: Angus - Posted September 1, 2012 10:06 pm


I just wanted to thank you, my own experience reading your books was amazing, and now I have introduced your books to my 4th grade daughter. She has the same love of reading that I developed from reading your books, and I just wanted to share "Fudge" and the rest of the characters with her. I hope she enjoys them as much as I did at her age. Thank you!

Hometown: Midland - Posted September 1, 2012 5:27 pm

Forever loverbe's

Hey we love the book Forever. We couldn't believe there wasn't a sequel. We would really appreciate it if you would make a sequel; and I know a lot of other people feel the same way please respond soon.

Hometown: Palm Coast, FL - Posted September 1, 2012 3:36 pm


Dear Judy,

Will you please make a Double Fudge movie because I loved the book so much. I just want to know what all the other characters in the book look like. I have seen one movie so far and it was great!


Hometown: stephenville tx - Posted September 1, 2012 2:46 pm


hi judy im tara and my class is about to read tales of a fourth grade nothing!!!!! i cant wait to get started on the book

Hometown: roanoke - Posted August 31, 2012 11:47 am


what are 15 to 20 best facts about your life and what do you wanna do ahead of time????>?? Mrs. Judy Blume

Hometown: San Jose - Posted August 30, 2012 10:32 am


Dear Judy Blume,
I read The Pain And The Great One.I love it,
My mom loves Tales Of A Forth Grade Nothig,and
My dad loves Super Fuge.How many books have you
love carmen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hometown: San Jose - Posted August 29, 2012 5:47 pm

The BEST 2nd Grade Class

Dear Mrs. Blume,
We the students of room 206 Merryhill School in San Jose LOVED your book The Pain and the Great One. How are you doing? We love you. We love your books. Please write more books for us because they are awesome. Your books are great. You are the best author ever.
Warmest Regards,
Merryhill 2nd graders

Hometown: bartow - Posted August 29, 2012 5:17 pm


ilove all of your books. i want to read all of our books. and i can because my teacher has them all.i would love to meet you in person.yester day i found a snaping turtle in my yard in front of my sister raven's window.

Hometown: Brooklyn, New York - Posted August 29, 2012 4:08 pm

Patrice D.

Ms. Blume. I loved all of your books. From the moment I read Forever in middle school, I was hooked. I backtracked to the younger books and moved forward to the adult books. I too have lots of stories. Maybe one day I wll publish some. You are my inspiration.

Hometown: Edgefield, South Carolina - Posted August 29, 2012 8:19 am

Mrs. Kaltz's Fourth Graders

What a GREAT website! My fourth graders are enjoying your books! We even got to drink Freckle Juice while we were reading. Next we will read Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. Thank you for writing such wonderful books!

Hometown: Jersey City - Posted August 28, 2012 4:17 pm


Dear Mrs. Blume
I really like your fudge books
i am 9 years old and i have been reading and rereading your books since i was 7
i really love your way of writing
thank you for your books

Hometown: Hope Valley - Posted August 28, 2012 9:21 am


Dear Judy Blume,
Superfudge was the best book I have ever read. My favorite part was when Fudge tried to sell Tootsie. I could really relate to the book because I am the oldest of 4 kids in my family. I want to read all your books now!

Hometown: Longhill - Posted August 27, 2012 8:22 am


OMG I LUV DEENIE! I have a scoliosis brace myself, and it really inspired me!

Hometown: melbourne - Posted August 27, 2012 12:59 am


Hi Judy
My name is Mackenzie. I go to --. I am in an enrichment class and I LOVE your books!!!! Can I please ask you just a few questions???

What give you the ideas to write books?

How long have you been writing books for?

When/how old were when you chose to be an author?

Every term our class gets a class book and last term we were rolling on the ground with laughter when we read Tales of a Fouth Grade Nothing!!

Yours sincerly

PS I used my librarians email, and me and my classmates are huge fans of yours!!!!!

Thank you for your time!!

Hometown: Youngstown, OH - Posted August 26, 2012 7:12 pm


Loved your books since I was little! You'll always be one of my favorite authors! I'm in the middle of reading "Forever." Never knew about it till I saw your post on FB recently! No matter how old I am, you always manage to hold my interest! Can't wait till you come out with a new book! You should try to make a guest appearance n my area sometime. That would be so cool!

Hometown: Spruce Grove - Posted August 25, 2012 1:36 pm


Judy I am now 12 and I have been reading your books since I was 8. They are hilarious, happy and full of excitement! I absolutely love your books and definitely want to red more!

Hometown: London - Posted August 25, 2012 1:28 pm

Laxmi Hariharan

Thank you for your writing advice! Its good to hear it from a published and successful author!

Hometown: London - Posted August 23, 2012 5:19 am


As a teen,I grew up addicted to your books. Now I've finally had the chance to pay homage to them through my cooking blog, with what I call "The Judy Blume of Desserts!" I would be honoured if you took a look. Thank you for your wonderful books and for helping many people through the rocky road that is adolescence. Much love! (http://cookingprojects.wordpress.com/2012/08/23/chocolate-tart-the-judy-blume-of-desserts/)

Posted August 23, 2012 4:36 am


i read so many of the fudge book . GOD bless you meow from cat lover

Hometown: Delhi,Bangalore - Posted August 22, 2012 6:15 am


Dear Judy,

The book 'HERE"S TO YOU RANCHEL ROBINSON' Last part when Jeremy Dragons kissed Ranchel 4 times i loved that part.

Hometown: UK - Posted August 22, 2012 2:33 am


Your books were recommended to me by a librarian when I was researching childrenís literature for a college project. That was a long time ago, and since then I have read - and reread - all of your books. One of my favourites has to be Summer Sisters. Iím just about to pass on my copy for others to enjoy, but before doing so, it seemed right to let the author know how much pleasure it gave me.
Thank you Judy! Looking forward to your next book Ö

Hometown: MT - Posted August 19, 2012 1:19 pm


I graduated with an degree in Literature, and I've never written to (or had the desire to write to) an author. I've read many good books, a number of which have "changed my life"- to use the old cliche. But they've changed it in small, aesthetic ways, where my life is better for having read something poignant and beautiful.

I don't remember many of the details from your books, Ms Blume, and as a young girl I read all of them, multiple times. But I remember how I felt when I read them, and I remember identifying with them, learning from them, and loving them. They changed my life in a real way. They taught me how to be a woman, a feminist, and empathetic human being, and helped shape who I am. I am so grateful to you, to the books you've written, and to your guts and gusto for caring about young women in a real and honest way.

I don't know if I can say the same about any other author or book. Thank you!

Posted August 19, 2012 9:54 am


Hi Judy!
My little nine year old friend just attended a play in Ivoryton, CT on "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing". Well, I must keep up with her! So, I took the book from our library and read it.
The story was fun, entertaining, funny and almost perfect...except the grammar. Now, I know you and most of your readers will think I am old and stuffy. Yet, as a teacher, I object to sentences that begin with "Me and Jimmy". Yes, I know kids speak that way, but don't we have some sort of responsibility to show them the correct way to speak? Your story gives our children directions in using good manners....why not proper grammar?
My friend's grandmother, who is a librian, agrees. Well, that is two of us. Thanks for listening.
"The Barefoot Tutor"...a reading tutor.

Hometown: New pal - Posted August 17, 2012 5:20 pm


Hi judy its Jack. i wanted to know about the new fudge book like how its going to be if you think you shouldnt tell thats ok i understand also i got another idea ok its not really that much of an idea but i was thinking i could be in the book and also peter could get a cell phone < just thought of it as i was typeing > thats all

Hometown: new jeresy - Posted August 17, 2012 12:33 pm


Every summer book that we have to chose from is boring.Its Not the End of the world was is a good book.Im onley on the 9th chapter.

ps.Can u give me an idea of making a scrapbook out made of a book

Hometown: salt lake city - Posted August 14, 2012 1:44 am


Hi! I just finished summer sisters about a week ago and can't stop thinking about it! I was wondering if you've thought about doing a second book? I loved these girls and their friendship it was so true to real life I hate to see it end :/ thanks meg

Hometown: Grays River, Wa - Posted August 12, 2012 11:34 am


I read your books when i was younger. i turned them over to my daughter. Now I'm am writing. My daughter and one other lady have read the one i finished. I have now finished the second one. I just am afraid to look to hard for a publisher, due to the lack of money. Any suggestions?

Hometown: essendon victoria - Posted August 10, 2012 11:34 pm

sarah cool

1 love the pain and the great one books

Hometown: Salt Lake City - Posted August 9, 2012 5:43 pm


Hi i love your books i just finished Blubber and im begging my parents to to get me Are You There God Its Me Margret.Ive read the summery and its sounds really good and seems i go though the same troubles she does.:>Bye

Hometown: ahmedabad,india - Posted August 8, 2012 5:28 am


hey judy ur stories r awesome me nd ma frnds like t vry much thanks 4 writing such story nd entertainig us nd also keep writing....... bye.....

Hometown: Camp Hill PA - Posted August 7, 2012 2:02 pm


i'm a big fan of the Fudge books! I made a series of my own books called gummy. It's about a pink gummy bear who goes on adventures. Could you give me some writing tips? Thanks!

Hometown: Belleville, Ontario Canada - Posted August 6, 2012 3:40 pm


Dear Judy, You have been my favourite author from the time I first picked up Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing in Grade 3. (I thought I was advanced, reading about a kid older than me!)Are You There God was how my mother introduced me to the "wondrous" changes in my body, and Blubber hit me right in the heart. I could go on about all of your books (I have read them ALL) but I wanted to just say that this summer, my daughters and step daughter discovered the joy of a summer by the pool and Judy Blume. As I sit on my porch typing, one is reading Blubber, one is reading Sally J and one is reading Then Again Maybe I Won't. I can't get their attention to feed them lunch, and THAT brings a smile to my face and remembrances of days gone by with my mother screaming at the top of her lings to get my attention. Thank you for being part of my childhood, and now, part of my girls' lives. Your words are cherished in our home.

Hometown: clumbus - Posted August 5, 2012 8:40 pm



Hometown: New Martinsville - Posted August 5, 2012 1:54 pm


The younger me had a list of authors she loved...then the older me returned to these authors to check out their "new" stuff and was a wee bit disappointed. So, out of fear, I never read your adult books. I didn't want my childhood illusions broken. But then someone told me...read "Summer Sisters"...I was like, no way, I love Judy Blume...I can't go there. But I did. I bought it; I started it and read until my kids threatened to call child protective services for neglect.
I am so happy to say...my love affair with your writing continues. My faith is greatness is restored!! Thank you.

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