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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how do you think of ideas?

Hometown: marland - Age: 9 - Posted December 1, 2015 9:44 am


As A young reader/aka Junior High my friend and I read all your books... Forever was one of our favorites.
That age is so awkward Just wanted you to know there are many a young at heart girl out there that you helped get through Teen struggles... Margaret

Hometown: Marshall ichigan - Age: 53 - Posted December 1, 2015 12:44 am


the book are you their god its me margret was just the best bookk ever!!!you are an ENCREDABLE pereson sorry im not that good at tipeing i dont have auto correct

Hometown: Albuqueuque new mexico - Age: 11 - Posted November 30, 2015 7:50 pm


Hello Judy,

I was just talking to a friend (a non-reader) about books written for children after they finished with "children's books." We talked about how children's books as well as those for the middle years and YA have expanded so much in the past decade or so.

She said she lost interest in reading because there weren't any books that were relevant to her. I asked if she had read any of your books and she didn't think she had (damn!).

As we talked, I realized how at least two of your books have stayed with me -- "Are you there God? It's me Margaret" and even more so "Tiger Eyes." The kind of books that my mind has flitted to randomly and frequently over the years since I (apparently) grew up.

I wanted to thank you, for writing stories about subjects that were relevant to me and characters that I could empathize with.

It's not a small thing, to write stories, characters or scenes that stay with people for decades.

Thank you.

Hometown: Grand Forks, BC - Age: 38 - Posted November 28, 2015 1:45 pm


Hi I just want to say I love your book Tiger eyes and the movie was amazing. Have you ever thought about making a sequel?

Hometown: Joliet - Age: 16 - Posted November 27, 2015 2:20 am


Dear Judy Blume,
Hi, my name is Ruby. I've read 8 of your 28 wonderful books. Right mow I am reading BFF: Just as long as were together, Here's to you Rachel Robinson. I love your books because I can imagine and relate to them. My favourite book is: Starring Sally J. Freedman as her self because I love the story line and it was a fun book to read. I was wondering if you have time, can you send me I signed picture of your self? I have a reading nook in my bedroom and I would love to put the signed picture up there. I just wanted to thank you for writing these great books and I look forward to read the rest of them.
Hope to hear from you soon,


Hometown: Richmond Hill - Age: 11 - Posted November 26, 2015 7:20 pm


I read your books growing up. They were an escape and a promise of a bigger world for a girl who didn't fit in. I recently started re - reading your books and was struck by how differently I see them. I'm a grown up now, and a psychologist in private practice. I work primarily with kids who are not neurotypical as well as a fair number of anxious little girls. I now read these through the lens of someone who often hears many variations of the themes you speak to in your books: grief, loss, loneliness, trauma, anxiety, self-doubt AND resilience, competence, bravery, and identity. Thank you so much. The stories you tell are reminders to kids that they are not alone in what they experience.

Hometown: Colorado - Age: 36 - Posted November 25, 2015 10:40 pm


Dear Mrs.Blume
My name is Alexys and I'm 9 yrs old.I just wanted to tell you that I really enjoyed your book Tales of a Forth Grade Nothing I read it twice I never read books twice.I really loved it.I hope maybe one day you can write a book about me! Any ways I just wanted to say thank you and I love your book.love Alexys

Hometown: Vancouver WA - Age: 9 - Posted November 23, 2015 5:31 pm


I have just read Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing and it was really good. My favorite chapter was My Brother the Bird. It reminds me of a long time ago when my brothers were in charge of me. You really inspire me to write. I wish you could come to Vancouver uWashington and speak. I hope I can meet you someday. Also when is your next book going to be made about Fudge? Why did you choose to do it about a fourth grader an

Hometown: Vancouver Washington - Age: 10 - Posted November 23, 2015 5:28 pm


You are the best!!😍

Hometown: Bensalem - Age: 9 - Posted November 23, 2015 3:58 pm


What is your favorite book that you wrote?Are class read tales of a fourth grade nothing.I love your books!

Hometown: Bensalem - Age: 9 - Posted November 23, 2015 11:28 am


Hi Judy Blume I love your Fudge books and I hope you make more
my favorite book was tails of a fourth grade nothing because that
was the first Judy Blume book I ever read good bye.

Hometown: bensalem - Age: 9 - Posted November 23, 2015 11:28 am


what isyour favorife book that you wrote?

Hometown: bensalem - Age: 10 - Posted November 23, 2015 11:28 am


Hi, I am writing to you because I am writing a research report on you and it is not required but I wanted to get some primary sources. Please email me back. The report is due soon. Thanks so much
P.S. I love all of your books.

Hometown: Sioux City - Age: 12 - Posted November 23, 2015 11:22 am


You are one of my favorite authors.Where do you get your ideas?They're awsome!

Hometown: Bensalem - Age: 10 - Posted November 23, 2015 11:20 am


Your books are really good are you going to write more?

Hometown: Bensalem - Age: 10 - Posted November 23, 2015 11:04 am


When are you going to make your next Fudge book.

Hometown: Vancouver, Washington - Age: 9 - Posted November 21, 2015 10:58 am


Dear Mrs. Blume,
I am really fascinated by your work on Tales of A Fourth Grade Nothing. I think it is very well detailed. My favorite part is when Peter gets Oreos for getting on the toddle bikes and then Fudge wants to ride the bikes too. I love the way you write books. You are truly an amazing author.

Hometown: Vancouver, WA - Age: 10 - Posted November 20, 2015 5:27 pm


Dear Judy Blume, I love your Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I think my favroite part is when Fudge spread his food all around the diner. Also when he ate the whole turtle! My question for you is did you your son really act like Fudge and why?

Hometown: Vancouver WA - Age: 10 - Posted November 20, 2015 5:23 pm


Dear Mrs. Blume, My name is Adrianne, and liked your book, Tales so a Fourth Grade Nothing. My favorite part in Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing is the last chapter, poor Dribble! That is my favorite part in the book, because I like it when Mother is trying to tell Peter that Dribble is not in Fudge's tummy, but it is. Then Mother asks where Dribble is and Fudge tells her that it is actually in his tummy. It makes me snicker. -Adrianne

Hometown: Vancouver, WA - Age: 9 - Posted November 20, 2015 5:22 pm


Dear Mrs. Blume,
First of all I LOVE your books. I liked your book called Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing (book one). My favorite part is when Fudge eats Peter's pet turtle Dribble. At first I thought it was a joke, but...I guess not! Also, I was wondering if you're writing another book? It was fun writing to you!!
Sincerely, Ava

Hometown: Vancouver, WA - Age: 9 - Posted November 20, 2015 5:19 pm


Dear Judy Blume,
I did not know you wrote and thought about stories your whole life. That's crazy! I hope I can become like you. Congratulations on selling over 85 million books, I don't know any other person who has sold that many books! I'm currently reading one of your books which is Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I am almost finished and it's funny and entertaining for everyone. I enjoy your books so much that I want to read them again.

Hometown: Vancouver, Washington - Age: 10 - Posted November 20, 2015 5:18 pm


Dear Mrs. Judy Blume,

I loved "Tales Of A Fourth Grade Nothing" my favorites part is when they are at Hamburger Heaven and Fudge dumps his WHOLE bowl of peas and mashed potatoes on his head!!! That part made me laugh SO hard I cried!!! You are very talented. I love your books. Please come to Vancouver WA some day!!!

Hometown: Vancouver WA - Age: 9 - Posted November 20, 2015 5:12 pm


Dear Mrs. Blume,
I like a lot of your stories, especially Tales of a Forth Grade Nothing. I like how you made Fudge (the little toddler) a villain. Your books are so hilarious that sometimes I just had to stop and laugh for a moment. Your books are awesome

Yours truly,

Hometown: Vancouver,WA - Age: 10 - Posted November 19, 2015 5:32 pm


Dear Mrs. Blume,
I really enjoyed your book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing! We read it in our fourth grade class! (Fudge was hilarious!) I really liked the part where Fudge smeared mashed potatoes on the wall! I was also wondering when you will make another book? My favorite thing Fudge said was "Look Pee-tah Fudgie a birdie, Fudgie can fly!" And then he broke his two front teeth! Ouch!

Madison (a huge fan)

Hometown: Vancouver - Age: 9 - Posted November 19, 2015 5:28 pm


Hi Judy Blume, I got to meet you in 1983 at a book reading on a field trip when I was 8 years old in Jacksonville, Florida.they had you sat on a stoolon this stage and you read to all of us in the audience "Freckle Juice". Well, now I'm 40 and my eight year old niece comes home from school in Arkansas today and says that she went to the library today and checked out a new book, she showed me the book " Freckle Juice" and I literally just cried " I know this book and have read it many times!!!" Thanks so much for your love in writing children's books and the ability for my niece to read them as well in her time.

Hometown: Jonesboro,Arkansas - Age: 40 - Posted November 17, 2015 7:42 pm


Hi I am your bigist fan I want to know when is your birthday is and do you have any children and how many books?

Hometown: Chicago - Age: 8 - Posted November 17, 2015 9:49 am


Dear Judy,
I love your books you inspire me to write. I have wrote books since I was 5 and loved every minute of it! I would love for you to come to Australia and speak. I've never like any modern books but I love old books! I was wondering if you wirte any more books one of the characters could be named Chloe only if you want! Hopefully I will see you in Australia!!!
Love Chloe ( your biggest fan )

Hometown: Ararat Australia - Age: 10 - Posted November 16, 2015 4:04 am


I love all of your books but I have re-read "Wifey" every year for the past 20 years. It's amazing, but I find a new gem in it every single time. Thank you for understanding me as a young married women and an older albeit wiser woman. You rock.

Hometown: Reading - Age: 47 - Posted November 15, 2015 7:30 pm


Thanks for helping "raise" this little bookworm who's childhood was often lonely and always, always uncertain. Through your books, I learned about "life" & becoming a woman. Your stories took me out of my own realities(older parents who definitely didn't understand...& my daddy's battle with leukemia, dx'd when I was 9 (?).)
Thank you, Sweet Judy. I wish you could understand how reading your books and escaping in the stories, "saved" me.

Hometown: Glide,Oregon - Age: 45 - Posted November 14, 2015 12:14 am


Dear Judy,

I good friend bought me the book Wifey as a birthday gift all the way back in 1987. Over the years I read it so many times the pages began to fall out and it eventually fell apart. I've given the book to several friends over the years. I just wanted you to know how much I enjoyed it. Each time I read it something different spoke to me, as I was in a different time of my life. Thank you.

Hometown: Eugene, Oregon - Age: 46 - Posted November 12, 2015 12:40 pm


Dear Judy,

I am currently working on an inquiry project for my Language Arts class. We were asked to research a topic that was important or of great interest to us. We are going to teach the rest of the class about the topic. I am writing to you to see if you may be able to answer a few of my questions regarding this topic. I would be most grateful if you were able to answer them when you get a free moment. Thank you in advance for helping me with my inquiry project! I look forward to hearing from you!

What is a Book Character and how can they affect the reader, What do you think it means to Pursue a dream,and what do you think a book needs in order to affect the reader? Thanks once again.

Emily B
7th Grade

Hometown: Boca Raton, Florida - Age: 12 - Posted November 11, 2015 4:20 pm

Marin D

i want to meety you!

Hometown: Columbus, OH - Age: 9 - Posted November 10, 2015 7:40 am


Nov.8,2015 Hi Judy, My name is Michalagh, I have been enjoying your books with relish since I was 10 yrs. old. You have inspired me to be writer and to not worry about what I write. I too worry about censorship. Wish you knew what your books have meant to me. When I was younger I read, Dear God it's me Margaret so many times it fell apart and mom would have to tape it back together. There is so many questions I want to ask you about writing. I hope I can meet you someday.

Hometown: endicott - Age: 16 - Posted November 8, 2015 5:36 pm


Hi Judy Blume. My name is Lori and I read all your books when I was a little girl. Now our daughter, Savana,9 years old, is reading all your books too. She just finished reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing in 2 days. She absolutely loved it! Savana's favorite subject is reading and reads constantly and thinks constantly. We will now start another of your books for we purchased many of them for her. We would love to meet you if you ever have book signings please let us know. Thank you for your time and reading this. Sincerely, Lori and Savana

Hometown: Nutley,NJ then Moved to Cooper City,Florida - Age: 41 - Posted November 6, 2015 5:14 pm


What is your next book going to be made

Hometown: terrigal - Age: 93 - Posted November 6, 2015 12:48 am


Mrs. Blume,
I am doing an author report on you, and I find your work absolutely amazing! I am so glad you gave us the opportunity to be able to read your work all the way into adulthood!

Hometown: Defiance, Ohio - Age: 22 - Posted November 4, 2015 5:36 pm


i truly enjoyed Summer Sisters, finished in 3 days. Im finishing with Smart Women now. My question is do you have any suggestions for my next read? Im looking for stories very similar to Wifey , Smart Women & Summer Sisters. I look forward to hearing back asap Ill b finished with Smart Women tonight!

Hometown: Riverside RI - Age: 45 - Posted November 4, 2015 3:49 pm


I am leading our book club discussion Thursday night on the unlikely event. What 3 questions should I ask from your perspective. I personally liked Miri and mikes last meeting the best. It tied it up nicely

Hometown: Hilton head sc - Age: 73beb17 - Posted November 3, 2015 1:58 pm


Dear Mrs. Blume,
We are reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing in our fourth grade class.What I liked about your book was fudge because he is funny and weird.Where did you get such good ideas for such a wonderful book?My favorite chapter was Just another Rainy Day.Why did you write about a fourth grader instead of a third grader?My favorite parts were when Peter did something so Fudge would do what he was suposed to do.What I also liked when Fudge put green stamps all over Mr. and Mrs. Yancy's suitcase.Those are my favorite parts because they are funny and cute.The chapter that was sad was Dribble.That chapter was sad because Fudge ate Dribble and Dribble didn't survive.I would like to see you write a book about Peter in six grade.You are a talented writer and I hope to read more of your books! your reader becca

Age: 10 - Posted November 3, 2015 8:38 am


Dear Mrs.Blume
In our fourth grade class we read your book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing.I liked chapter 10 because the part when Fudge eats Dribble,it was funny and sad.But at the end Peter gets a dog and he was happy.My favorite person is Fudge because he is funny. My second favorite is when Mr. and Mrs. Yarby because of Fudge the funny things are he comes down with an gorilla mask ,when he brings down Peter's old dicturnary and when he brings down Dribble.A scary part is when Fudge falls of the jungle gym.

Age: 9 - Posted November 3, 2015 8:38 am


Dear Mrs.Blume 11/3/15

In my fourth grade class we read your story,The Tale of the Fourth Grade Nothing.I really like chapter 3 The Family Dog because fudge acted like a real dog.and that he eats under the table like a dog.I also like chapter 10 called Dribble because fudge eats dribble so they go to the emergency room so they got dribble out. all they saw was his shell. so they got a family dog for peter.I would like to see a book about animal aveters. I cant what to read a new book of yours.
your friend

Age: 10 - Posted November 3, 2015 8:33 am


Dear Mrs. Blume In fourth grade my class we read your story The Tales of the fourth Grade Nothing. I love Fudge and the way he talks. Your books are so funny.I thank you should make more books. My fovorite part is where Fudge is a dog. Why I like Fudge being a dog is because Fudge go under the table like a dog. I also like how Fudge tales peter he ate dribble.I hope you make more books. your Friend lilly

Age: 10 - Posted November 3, 2015 8:32 am


Dear Mrs.Blume Date 10,22,15

In my fourth grade class we read your story,The Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing.In your story my favorte part was is when Fudge ate Peters turtle and my favorte chapter was Dribble!!!My second favorte part was when Fudge was walking around with a grining face.My third favorte was when Fudge said'No chew... no chew...gulp gulp'.I really liked Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing.
Your friend

Age: 9 - Posted November 3, 2015 8:32 am


Dear mrs.blume, In my fourth grade class we read Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing.My favorite part was in ch.1 when peter won dribble.I like it because Peter gets dribble.I would like you to write a fishing book next.I liked when Fudge smears mashed potatoes on the wall and when Peter gets a dog.These are some reasons I like your books.

Age: 9 - Posted November 3, 2015 8:31 am


In my fourth grade class we read your book Tales Of A Fourth Grade Nothing.I like that your book is funny in series and your other books.When fudge sings eat it or wear it and dumps food on him is reall finny,and wgen he knocks his two frount teeth.I've allready read two of the series.This is what I like about the book.Your friend sam

Hometown: gibsonburg - Age: 10 - Posted November 3, 2015 8:31 am


Dear Mrs.Blume,
I love the books that you write.We read your book The tales a fourth grade nothing.I like the books that you write.Fudge is very funny in this story.Peter is very nice but not when it comes to Fudge.I like chapter 10 because Fudge ate Peters turtle.This story is very good I like the character`s.I like the end when Peter gets a new dog.I would love to see you write another book. Your friend Kourtney

Age: 10 - Posted November 3, 2015 8:30 am


dear mrs.blume in my fourthgrade class we read your story TALES OF THE FOURTHGRADE NOTHING i liked the part when fudge ate his mothers flowers that was funny i also like how funny fudge was peter was funny too because he named his dog turtle peter was a good older brother i am looking forward to reading another one of your books i bet the next one will be better

Age: 9 - Posted November 3, 2015 8:29 am


Dear Mrs.Blume,

In Fourth Grade.I read your book Tales Of A Fourth Grade Nothing.The book was really funny.I had a good time reading it.I liked chapter 10 because Fudge ate Dribble and Peter got a new dog named Turtle.I like your books.i liked chapter 3 The Family Dog.It was funny because Fudge thought he was a dog.I Liked the back of the book because it said This Fudge Isn't So Sweet.I liked the chapter when Fudge Jumped off the monkey bars and said "Look Pee-Tah Fugie a birdie".Then he lost his two front teeth. Everytime i read i Laugh.Thank you for writing your books.I love reading them.

your friend,

Age: 9 - Posted November 3, 2015 8:28 am


dear, Mrs. Blume In my fourth grade class we read
your story Tales of the Fourth Grade Nothing.I liked your book because at the end of it peter's turtle died so he got a puppy.IT was funny how he named the puppy turtle.My favorite part of the book is when Fudge wanted to touch the bears at the movie.I really love your books they are so funny.I really loved your book when Fudge thought that he a bird and he jumped of the playground that is why i really love the book tales of a fourth grade nothing.

Age: 10 - Posted November 3, 2015 8:28 am

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