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: Houston - Posted July 31, 2018 11:33 am

Sekou D

Dear Judy Blume,

No words can describe how much I admire you. You're my number one author. When I was 10 in fifth grade, the Fudge Series was my latest obsession, Every novel is the best. I'm glad I know what made you decide to write it. If only you could write another Fudge book. They're my most favorite books ever. You should write about Jimmy Fargo. Peter, Jimmy, and Sheila in eighth grade and high school would be fascinating. Fudge as well. and Tootsie. I know you haven't written a book in 16 years, but it would still be great to see more of Peter, Fudge, and their family and friends. I hope we eventually have a wonderful conversation about the Fudge Series and when and if you get another idea for more books.

Sincerley, Your biggest fan, Sekou D

Hometown: San Jose, CA - Posted July 27, 2018 11:30 am


Hello! Can you please write a sequel to "Are You There God? It': Me Margaret." It was interesting and I want to see what happens after. Thank You!

Hometown: Maple Grove, MN - Posted July 26, 2018 2:05 pm


PLEASE WRITE MORE FUDGE BOOKS!!! I love all of them!

Hometown: Soldotna - Posted July 18, 2018 12:11 am

Parker C

Can you write more Fudge books please? I like them.

Hometown: Chicago - Posted July 17, 2018 1:07 pm


Hi so i am doing a summer reading thing and I need to write to my favorite author, and since I don't have one, I just found an author I like with some sort of email thing. So, you have been chosen to get a message from me. By the way, your books are pretty good.


Hometown: Durham - Posted July 12, 2018 12:25 pm


Hi Ms. Blume!
I have gone to therapy for religious OCD (scrupulosity) and anxiety for a couple years now, however my illness makes it VERY difficult for me to keep my faith and connection with god. I've been in the midst of a pretty intense anxiety attack concerning religion these past couple days. I stumbled across the preview for Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret on Goodreads and decided to read the preview. It was so comforting to find out that i'm not alone in having doubts about religion, and even though i'm perhaps a bit 'too old' for it, the clear language was soothing to my anxiety and faith and somehow it has helped in the midst of this awful storm. Although i'm past bodily puberty already, Margaret is so relatable in so many ways and it's so comforting to know that i'm not a freak or weak or alone. i will definitely read it as soon as i can! Thank you so much!

Hometown: toronto - Posted July 10, 2018 9:45 am

keba thomas

You've always been a blessing and a secret in my youth.
It only took 11 yrs to announce publicly that I enjoyed every word Are you there God & Blubber in particular. Both added the much needed wisdom then and today.

I unfortunately faced the "not good enough" or derailing dialogue from my future aspirations for as along as I've known myself. Parts of me over the years absorbed the negative chatter. HOWEVER, the big kid within didn't give in. Today I've published one, very short, story and aim to follow your path ( publish 3 before seeking publicist and editor). It's called You and I: Naomi and Jiggs. I'd like to mail it to you in hopes you'll find time to read it and impart wisdom.

Many thanks in advance , & I hope you continue to have days worth dreaming about.
Keba Thomas

Hometown: Obernzenn, Germany - Posted July 6, 2018 7:25 am


Dear Judy Blume,
I grew up in Canada reading your wonderful books for teenagers. I felt I was not alone with my misgivings about myself, my family and my school life. I now have some wonderful young teenage friends here in Germany and would like to share your books with them. But their English is not yet developed enough to read your books in English and benefit from them. Are your books available in German? If so, I could not find them. If not, could I recommend someone who could translate them for you? I am studying translation in Erlangen, Germany and know someone who could do a fabulous job of translating your books into German. I very much look forward to hearing from you, in case you have the time. Please continue to make the world a little better with your writing. Sincerely, Gabriela G

Hometown: Fairfax - Posted July 5, 2018 8:09 pm

Ava C

Hi. My name is Ava. I really enjoy reading your books. I’ve only read one book so far but I am really into your books. I really love Fudge. He is my favorite character. My favorite part of Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing is when Fudge has his birthday party and everybody is going crazy. Also when Peter was watching Fudge and he fell off the playground and knocked his tooth out . My other favorite part was when Fudge ate Dribble, Peter’s turtle . Thank you for reading my message and I love your writing!

Hometown: West Allis - Posted June 27, 2018 9:29 pm


Dear Ms. Blume,

I just wanted to let you know how much I loved reading your book while I was growing up, and now I'm loving reading them to my 6 and 8 year old kids every night at bedtime! It's bringing back wonderful memories from my childhood. Thanks for the great entertainment!


Hometown: saskatoon - Posted June 14, 2018 12:16 pm


Dear Judy Blume,
Hi my name is Aiden I just fished Tails of a fourth grade nothing and it was amazing!! A read again for sure! Now questions can Fudge eat a dog? Why did Fudge eat dribble? why did Sheila be a bit of a jerk? Once again the book
was amazing and when my mom was a kid my mom loved the book too!

from Aiden

Hometown: saskatoon - Posted June 14, 2018 12:15 pm


Dear JUDY Blume,
hello my name is Samuel I Just finished Tales of a fourth grade Nothing and it was super. I love it how Fudge ate dribble and how he says something over and over again like in my tummy tummy tummy. I also like how the setting is in NEW YORK CITY I have always liked settings in New York those books are the best I have a lot of questions too. where did you get this idea? why did fudge eat dribble? why was the setting in new York? why did peter get the dog at the end of the book? why is Shelia so bossy? and why do you like to write is it fun or do you like inspiring kids? From Samuel thank you

Hometown: saskatoon - Posted June 14, 2018 12:14 pm


dear, Judy
blume i really love your book tails of a fourth grade nothing how long did it tack to write your book tales of a fourth grade nothing are there still elevator operator whats your first book your such a good writer i cant wait to read your other books how many books have you written

Hometown: Saskatoon - Posted June 14, 2018 12:12 pm


Dear Judy, I really enjoyed your book. My class read Tales Of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I have some questions like: Are their still elevator operators in New York? How did Peter get to school? I'm so looking forward to reading your other books!

Hometown: Saskatoon - Posted June 14, 2018 12:11 pm


Tales of a Forth Grade Nothing was hilarious and emotional, my favorite part is when Peter gets a dog. I have a question, did you always like writing books? I find it disgusting how Fudge ATE Dribble. I have a lot of connections with Peter, because I have a little sister who I find very annoying.

Hometown: Saskatoon - Posted June 14, 2018 12:10 pm

Elaine WIllick

I am a teacher and we just finished reading your hilarious book, Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I have a group of grade 4 students, writing in your guest book at this moment, and some of them have used my email for their messages. Just wanted you to know why there will be so many messages from the same email. They are all from different children. I have never seen them so excited to contact an author ! I told them that when I was young I actually wrote you a letter by snail mail and that you responded. Thank you for being such a gift to so many generations! Please know that you continue to touch our hearts, minds and funny bones!

Hometown: sasktoon - Posted June 14, 2018 12:08 pm



Hometown: sacktoon - Posted June 14, 2018 12:06 pm


dear Judy Blume

you made a really good book.

when are you going to make a new book.

Hometown: saskatoon - Posted June 14, 2018 12:04 pm


i really liked tales of a fourth grade nothing. but i don't get how fudge was able to swallow dribble whole. and i think it would be a good idea to write a book about jimmy fargo. but otherwise good job on your books.

Hometown: Saskatoon - Posted June 14, 2018 12:02 pm


Dear Judy Blume,
how come you made Fudge swallow the Tuttle dribble? and this story is the best one I have ever read , plus you have a good sense of humor.
P.S. what if fudge eats the dog???

Hometown: Ventura - Posted June 13, 2018 9:01 pm


Dear Judy,

Thank you so much for the work you've created. It's brought much needed escape and pleasure for me. I have read all of your books as a kid and now as an adult. I can't get enough of your writing. I love your intelligent characters, sense of humor and their sex lives. I have read all of your books written up till now and I find myself grieving that I've reached the end of your library. My favorite grown up book is "Smart Women." That was brilliant.

Are there any other writers who write kind of like you? Everything I read now is disappointing after you. Help?

Your Bookworm Fan,

Hometown: Brooklyn, NY - Posted June 10, 2018 7:15 pm


Hi! Why did you/sally J Freedman go to Miami for the yeat? Were parents afraid of the people coming back from WW2 or something? I’ve heard of other families moving to FL at the same time.


Hometown: London - Posted June 10, 2018 1:05 pm


Dear Judy Blume ,
You are the best author ever!
I love all your books!
Avital xxx

Hometown: Richmond BC - Posted June 8, 2018 10:58 pm


Dear Judy Blume...

I recently wrote a letter to you on May. I now read double Fudge and Otherwise known as Sheila the great.😀😀 I SOOO love you books.I hope you write back in my recent letter!!!!!☺☺😀😀😁😁🤗

Yours Truly, Raya.

Hometown: honoye - Posted June 8, 2018 6:11 pm


hi judy,
I love your books. have you ever thought of making them into movies? like with real pouple. I
think thet whould be really cool. I whould watch them. I whould love to be in it too. I wanna be in the movie just as long as we are togather .

Hometown: Hampton - Posted June 8, 2018 9:14 am

Renee Cury

Hi Judy Blume,

We are in third grade, almost in fourth grade, at George P. Phenix Pre K-8 School in Hampton,Virginia. We have a couple questions: What would life be like if you were not a writer? Who did you base Peter on? Were you a big fan of sports growing up? We really enjoyed reading your Fudge books. Fudge is funny and embarrassing. You are a great writer! Thank you for sharing your writing with us.

Mrs. Cury's Third Grade Class

Hometown: Compton, CA - Posted June 6, 2018 2:00 pm

Carla Gerard

Hi, Judy! I am just embarking on my career as a writer of picture books for children. I was an avid reader as a youngster and you were one of my very favorite authors. Thank you for inspiring me! When I grew up, I didn't know any writers. We were expected to grow up and get a 9-5, which I did. Fast forward 50+ years and now that I've raised my family, all I want to do is write. I'm trying to restructure my life to make that happen. I have already written several children's books and am working on 3 more while those are out for illustration. Wish me luck!

Hometown: Arlington ‘VA - Posted June 3, 2018 7:03 pm


Please write another Fudge book

Hometown: Cincinnati - Posted June 2, 2018 10:04 am

Kevin Swick

Just finished reading Fudge-a-Mania to my 5 year old grandson. We loved it - especially the end. I was laughing so hard I could barely read. Of course, he wants to get all the Fudge books now. Thanks for writing.

Hometown: Waitsfield - Posted June 2, 2018 3:57 am

Liivi Alexander

My daughter, one of you original great advocates, has been s reader and fab of yours for a long time. If I remember correctly, I took her to a book signing of yours.

I have written in sequence 3 stories and don't have any idea of how to find a publisher. There seems to be a brick wall.

Is there any way to break through? Thank you kindly, Liivi Alexander

Hometown: St Leonards, Victoria - Posted June 1, 2018 3:37 am


Hi Judy - I was reading “make up or break up” by Kate Welshmanin library and was struck at how similar it seemed to “Just as long as we’re together”. I got home and checked and the first sentence is almost exactly the same. My mum said she hopes you’re getting royalties!! I love all your books, thank you for being an amazing author!! Ella

Hometown: Lemongrove - Posted May 31, 2018 9:19 pm

Carolina m

Maybe you can write a fudge book, but you can make him a superhero!😊

Posted May 25, 2018 9:17 pm


I vaguely remember reading Forever... as a teenager; I am embarrassed to admit that this book (and a few similarly written ones, published years later) gave me a better sex talk than my parents did, even if I did not begin dating for several years after reading the book (I even got better sex talks from my exes and their parents).

The character of Artie is always interesting to decipher; is there any possibility that he could have been written as having some form of autism, which was not officially recognized as a learning disability until the 1990s?

Hometown: Liverpool - Posted May 24, 2018 10:51 am


Have you ever thought about making a film out of your book forever?

I think it would be a great idea


Hometown: Weyburn - Posted May 23, 2018 5:22 pm

Lindsay Brown

I use this as a novel study in my grade three class. I would love to surprise the students at the end of the story with you reading the book to them to wrap it up. Do you have a site where we can go so they can hear you read it?

Hometown: Honolulu, HI - Posted May 17, 2018 7:13 am

Brenda Stryjewski

Thanks for chatting with me and Anneliese at OHare this morning! She’s not quite up to chapter books yet (she’s six) but my son reads like crazy. Look us up the next time you are in Honolulu.

Hometown: East Northport - Posted May 16, 2018 7:01 am


Upon hearing my 11 year old daughter would need to wear a back brace for her worsening scoliosis, I immediately thought of a book I read as a young teen. It took me only a few moments to realize it was a Judy Blume novel. Thank you for writing DEENIE about this topic. But thank you more for my fond memories of being around that same age. I remember spending my days walking to the nearest public library in Queens, NY to find something to read. The books I took home became some of the best memories of being a tween teen. Those books were my sanctuary.
I’m sure I’m a better person for having read all stories written by Judy Blume.

Hometown: Kenora - Posted May 15, 2018 3:54 pm


>Dear Judy Blume:

My name is Natalia and I am 11 years old. I am writing to you to tell you how much I enjoy reading your books.

Your books are nice to read, because they are written in a way that is easy to understand. I also think your books are funny, and I like the books that are in the perspective of the kid that is in the book. I think that most of your books have an important life lesson in them. These are some reasons why I think that your books are really good. I would definitely recommend your books.

You are one of my favorite authors, and I will keep reading your books. If you could please send me a letter back I would appreciate it.

Yours Truly,


Hometown: Richmond B.C. - Posted May 14, 2018 1:26 pm


Dear Judy Blume,
My name is Riya. I just finished reading one of your books. I read Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I’m in grade 3. I think your books are really funny. I really like your books and I really like you. I’m thinking of reading Fudge-o-Mainia next. I really think you’re an amazing person. What are you planning on naming your next book?
Sincerely ,R.A.

Hometown: Richmond - Posted May 14, 2018 1:25 pm


Dear Judy Blume,
I'm Kathreyn and I am in grade 3. My class and I just recently read one of your books called "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing". I like your fabulous books. I've read a lot. I like all the books you made. Your books are so awesome and the characters are so creative. Do you have older or younger siblings?

Yours Truly, Kathreyn

Hometown: Richmond - Posted May 14, 2018 1:24 pm


Dear Judy Blume,
My name is Nidhan. I am in grade 3. I like your stories. They are very funny. How many books have you written?

Hometown: Richmond - Posted May 14, 2018 1:24 pm


Dear Judy Blume,
I like to read your books. My name is Tyson. I live in Richmond, B.C. Your book is great. What books will you write next?
Sincerely, Tyson

Hometown: Richmond - Posted May 14, 2018 1:24 pm


Dear Judy Blume,
My class and I were reading your books. My name is Aiden and your books are superb. I want to read more books that you have created. I want to be an author now. Can you teach me how to write a book?
Sincerely, Aiden

Hometown: Richmond - Posted May 14, 2018 1:23 pm


Dear Judy Blume,
My name is Ishar. I am 9 years old and I am in grade 4. I live in Richmond, Canada. I read the Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing and I was shocked when Fudge ate Dribble. I am reading SuperFudge and I was shocked when they had a new baby. What is your next book?
Sincerely, Ishar

Hometown: British Columbia, Canada - Posted May 14, 2018 1:22 pm


Dear Judy Blume,

My name is Peter and I’m a fan of your Tales Of A Fourth Grade Nothing. Your imagination is wild. You’re the best writer I’ve ever seen. Your books are surely funny but sometimes sad. When I first read your book for the first time, I was very interested.
Sincerely, Peter

Hometown: Richmond - Posted May 14, 2018 1:22 pm


Dear Judy Blume,
I'm Fiona. My class and I read one of your books called "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing". It was a great book. My favourite part is when Peter got a new pet dog 🐶 named Turtle 🐢. I like your books 📚 because your books are funny 😂 and sad 😭 at the same time. How many books 📚 did you make in your life time? What is your favourite book 📚 that you made?

Yours Truly, Fiona

Posted May 14, 2018 1:22 pm


Dear Judy Blume,

I'm a grade 4 student in Canada and my name is Charlize. I enjoyed your book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. How old were you when you started to write books? I thought that the book was funny and sad because Fudge did a lot of funny things. But it was sad because Fudge ate Dribble.
Sincerely, Charlize

Posted May 14, 2018 1:21 pm


Dear Judy Blume,
My name is Stephanie and I love unicorns so much! I love your funny and inspiring books! Next time I want to read Sheila the Great! How old were you when you started writing? How many books did you write?
Sincerely, Stephanie

Hometown: Richmond,BC,Canada - Posted May 14, 2018 1:19 pm


Dear Judy Blume,
My name is Kheliah and I am in grade 4. I am 9 years old and I am from Richmond BC, Canada. I really, really like your books. My classmates and I read “ Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing”. My favourite book is “ Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great”. Your books are very funny. Where do you get your ideas?
Sincerely, Kheliah

Hometown: Richmond, B.C, Canada - Posted May 14, 2018 1:18 pm


Dear Judy Blume,

My name is Raya and I am in grade 3. I am from B.C, Canada.I really love your books. I liked your book called "Tales Of A Fourth Grade Nothing". I loved the characters Peter and Fudge. What kind of book are you going to write next?
Yours Truly, Raya

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