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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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.

Hometown: rangiora - Posted August 5, 2012 2:17 am


dear judy,
im a really big fan.i love you to bits and today when i got one of your books out my mum yes my mum started jumping in the libray.what have you been up to lately?

Hometown: casula - Posted August 5, 2012 1:54 am

fan mastic


Hometown: Willis,TX - Posted August 4, 2012 5:20 pm


Dear Judy Blume,
I am in 4th grade and have read all of the the fudge seiris and i loved them all they made me laugh and sometimes cry.I dream of wirting stories and your books really inspire me! Thank-you so so much for inspiring me

Hometown: Marikina City,Philippines - Posted August 3, 2012 10:11 am


I am such a fan of your books. Even my sister collects your books. She added you a message a long time ago.

Hometown: florida - Posted August 2, 2012 9:04 pm


Just finished reading Smart Women for probably around the 3rd time. I had not picked up the book in about 15 years and it was still as captivating as the first time. It was interesting to read it now as an adult with kids of my own...I can relate to the character's on a whole other level and at times became very frustrated with their choices. Well, I could go on writing my thoughts about your books for pages..I have grown up reading your books - my first chapter book was Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I still have the original copy and recently gave it to my 10 year old daughter to read. Thank you so much for sharing your creativity and please another adult novel SOON!!!

Hometown: overton - Posted August 2, 2012 7:31 pm


pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees write another book about fudge

Hometown: dar es salaam - Posted August 2, 2012 12:28 pm


Hi!i have one of ur novels but dying to read others like "are u there God?its me Margaret" i just moved to Belgium from Tanzania and i was dying to tell u how much i love ur books.Bye!

Hometown: San Francisco - Posted August 2, 2012 3:35 am


I have enjoyed perusing your website! I used to read your books when I was an adolescent. I've always had a love for reading and remember that you were one of my favorite authors. Now I am an aspiring author and was asking a family member if they knew of a book agent, she did not, but told me that her grand daughter suggested I contact Judy Blume and find out who is her agent ... I thought how cute! The statement flooded my memory about how I enjoyed reading your books as a pre-teen girl. I'm glad to know you are still writing.

Hometown: Oklahomacity - Posted August 1, 2012 11:28 pm


I've sent u a message before but I love ur books and u should make another one with fudge ttyl

Hometown: Bowling Green, KY - Posted July 31, 2012 5:00 pm


Hey Judy! I love your books and so does my entire cast in the play version of your "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing." I look highly up to you and you are an amazing author. Thanks for being wonderful!

Hometown: central islip - Posted July 30, 2012 4:18 pm


can i ask you a qustion wre can you find your books uncensored this is very important to me please answer me back im begging you please i like crying hope i get a reponce

Hometown: Scarborough, on. - Posted July 28, 2012 11:42 am


dear Judy,
i am a huge fan of all your books!!!!!!!!! i read all your books except for Dennie and Forever.For all your books there's at least one connection or the other. i would really appreciate it if you could send me an autograuphed book.

Hometown: St. Cloud - Posted July 27, 2012 12:52 am

Clove The Nerd

I'm reading Are you there God? Its Me, Margaret and I have some of the same issues with my 'bust'.. It makes me feel so self-concious when I see girls with larger ones, thank you for making these characters so relatable on many levels. (I also aspire to be an author someday)

Hometown: Gainesville - Posted July 26, 2012 10:24 pm


Ms. Judy Blume,
My mom was always trying to get me to read your books. But I didn't for a very long time, because my sister's said they wreen't any good. Then, one day, I finally read one. It was extremely good! I couldn't stop reading. I can't wait until I get my hands on another one. Thank you!!

Hometown: Agawam, Mass - Posted July 26, 2012 4:21 pm


Hi Judy, you're a big inspration to be, and i thank you soooo much for that. I'm in the seventh grade and i still love your books. I hope you're doing something wonderfully fun!

Hometown: aptos - Posted July 26, 2012 12:26 pm


Dear Mrs. Blume, I've been reading your books since 4th grade..I relate to each and every one of them. I have a very unique, real life story. I've been thinking of how I could go about writing it. It will hit home with many people across the world. It is something that is extremely private, yet I know it will help people deal with this secrete and hopefully help people understand, know it is okay to talk about....So personal I cannot even write about. I'm trying to find someone who can take my story and write a book or even a lifetime movie..I hope you could take a moment to contact me to discuss this story..You inspire me to write...Thank you for all your great and personal books...I'm reading summer sister's as we speak. I can relate to this oh, so well..
Much regards

Hometown: oklahoma - Posted July 25, 2012 2:34 pm


hey i just went to a garage sale and the lady that had the garage sale was a teacher and she new my teacher back to the point she had a ton of your books and i got all of them so now im reading superfudge super funny <3

Hometown: Providence, Rhode Island - Posted July 25, 2012 11:32 am


Judy I love your books. My favorite is hello god its me margret.

Hometown: New York - Posted July 25, 2012 11:29 am


Write about fudge again. Also I love your books.

Hometown: Oshawa - Posted July 24, 2012 10:25 pm

Matthew Hill

I just read "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing" to my six year old Andrew Hill, who has a little brother Joshua "Football" Hill. They both have two older sisters, and I think Andrew was feeling kind of left out.

When I pulled out this book, which I hadn't read in years, both Andrew and I started to realize that we can relate to Peter, and Peter's dad.

Our little Football is quite the handful, and he likes going into his siblings room and playing with things. He cannot sit still in the Doctor's office. And taken off, when we weren't watching him.

Needless to say, Andrew and I laughed out loud at the situations Fudge put his brother through! Thanks for reminding us of the humor in family life!

God Bless

Hometown: Kansas City, Missiouri - Posted July 24, 2012 1:58 pm


Dear Mrs. Blume,
Hi! I want to thank you for being an inspiration to my mom and I. When I was Ten years old my mom and I went shopping while and we found the book, " Are You There God? It's Me,Margaret." As soon as she saw that book she explained to me how much she had loved that book when she was younger and told me all about it. Next thing I know I have the book (yes I did pay for it first) and as soon as I get home and start to read I fall in love with it just like my mom did. It's been 2 goin' on 3 years since then and I still have that book and read it.

Hometown: Dubrovnik, Croatia - Posted July 24, 2012 10:33 am


Love Summer Sisters, reading Wifey now. Found your books in my mother in law's bookcase!

Hometown: Wellington - Posted July 24, 2012 1:41 am


Hi there, I'm a huge fan! I've nearly red all your stories! But right now I'm on to "Here's to you Rachel Robinson" ... I'm so looking forward to your next one! Your writing INSPIRES me

Hometown: Atlanta - Posted July 23, 2012 11:33 pm


Thank you so much for sharing your work with the world. Throughout my school years, there seemed to be a Judy Blume book that perfectly captured any issue I faced. I have enjoyed re-reading and sharing your books with my nieces and nephews some 20 years later and hope to share them with my own children.

Hometown: Ottawa - Posted July 23, 2012 9:15 pm


Hi, Im 17 and just finished reading forever... I must say thats its the best book Ive read in a long time. I really felt that I connected with Katherine. I wish there was a sequel. I definitely wasnt ready for it to end. Definitely going to have to re-read it.

Hometown: Tampa - Posted July 23, 2012 10:08 am


Judy it's me again and what city are you in right now because I am in Florida and I really really love you're book they are all coming along great
I<3you and you're books

Hometown: Perth, Australia - Posted July 23, 2012 1:19 am


Thank you Judy for the book Deenie!
I'm reading it at the moment and it's great! I can't put it down! I was recommend the book from Curvy Girls.
I was diagnosed with scoliosis my self and I was told I'll need surgery though.

Thank you so much and keep up the wonderful effort! xoxoxo&#9829;

Hometown: Perth, Australia - Posted July 23, 2012 1:14 am


Thank you Judy for the book Deenie!
I'm reading it at the moment and it's great! I can't put it down! I was recommend the book from Curvy Girls.
I was diagnosed with scoliosis my self and I was told I'll need surgery though.

Thank you so much and keep up the wonderful effort! xoxoxo&#9829;

Hometown: San Francisco - Posted July 22, 2012 10:47 pm


I just got home from seeing "Tigere Eyes" at the premiere. Amazing movie I will show in my classroom. You and your son did a wonderful job. My husband and everyone around was crying! It is an amazing movie. Thank you! Thank you!

Hometown: Saudi Arabia - Posted July 22, 2012 8:05 pm

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Hometown: Arizona - Posted July 22, 2012 12:30 am


Hey Judy! When I was young I read most of your kid books like, Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, Super Fudge, Freckle Juice etc. Bot then after awhile I stopped liking to read and I never wanted to see a book ever again! I hated them! I would much rather watch T.V. But just a couple days ago, my mom wanted me to try "the older Judy Blume books." So I did, she got a book for the Library called "It's Noth the End of The World" and I LOVED it! I finished it in one day! So I read another called "Blubber" I loved that one to! I also finished it in one day. I'm a very sensitive person and I cried at Blubber because of how mean they were! But I still loved the book! Anyway when my sister finishes reading Tiger Eyes I'm SOOOO going to read it! ALL I DO IS READ YOUR BOOKS NOW INSTEAD OF T.V.!!!!!!! <3 Anyways I'll talk to you later! <3

Your Friendly Reader Always,

Hometown: nj - Posted July 21, 2012 2:36 pm



Hometown: Wall, SD - Posted July 21, 2012 1:30 pm


Hey Judy!
I am writing a book about a princess getting lost in a desert. If you have any tips for me, I would appriciate it. Keep writing the great books!
Your #1 fan,

Hometown: Moore, OK - Posted July 19, 2012 11:09 pm


Why don't you write a book about Tootsie? P.S. I love your books there so funny. My favirte chacter is fudge. sometimes I ask my mom turn on fudge please? I listen to the cd in the car.ByeBye Judy Blume.

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