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.

 

Email for Judy can be sent to:

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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 Agency
1325 Ave. of the Americas
New York, NY 10022

 

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Aiden

Why did you name Tales of the Fourth Grade Nothing Tales of the Fourth Grade Nothing?

Hometown: Bridgman Michigan - Age: 9 - Posted October 20, 2014 11:23 am

Jason

I think your books are AWESOME!!! Our class read Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing and it was really good. I am reading Super Fudge right now. I hope you write more books.

Hometown: Niles, Michigan - Age: 8 - Posted October 20, 2014 11:20 am

Hannah

Dear Judy Blume,
Why did you call it Tales of The Fourth Grade Nothing? I am not saying that I don't like your book tittle but, my friends and I wanted to know. I LOVE your book. I like how the end is sad and funny I like how Fudge said "Turtle in my tummy!"LOL. I had a great time reading it. I think you did a great job writing this book. I look forward to read another book in this series.

from your fan,
Hannah

Hometown: st. Joe - Age: 10 - Posted October 20, 2014 10:18 am

elisabeth

Dear Judy Blume,
Your book tales of a fourth grade nothing is a really good book.My favorite part was when Fudge had his birthday party.One of my questions is why did you call it tales of a fourth grade nothing.I hope you write back!

Hometown: Bridgman - Age: 9 - Posted October 20, 2014 7:47 am

Pauline

HI

When I was 12 I read "Are you there God, it's me Margaret" while recovering from an operation. I loved the book and scoured our local library for more. I recently introduced my daughter (11) to your writing and she is hooked as well. It is wonderful for us to have this common thread in our reading experiences and cannot wait as she grows older to introduce her to some of my other favorite authors. My heartfelt thanks to you for giving the two of us this common ground, it is something we can both draw on as we enter the teenage years.

Hometown: South Africa - Age: 41 - Posted October 20, 2014 2:43 am

advika

Dear Judy Blume ,
I just sooooooo love your books. I have a passion to read your books. They are really humorous. My nose is always buried in one of your books.I wish I can meet you in person.
Sincerely,
Advika

Hometown: east rutherford - Age: 9 - Posted October 19, 2014 7:15 pm

Rebecca

Dear Judy,
I grew up reading your books...and they shaped a lot of my growing up.
'Are You There God It's Me Margaret' resonates with a lot of my teenage years, and I remember when I was given the book 'Forever' from my parents. It did the rounds of the school, and I finally got the book back, dog-eared and tatty. I think the whole school must have read (my) book!
Judy Blume's books are written like you're getting advice from a friend or confiding in your favourite aunt (!).
Not everyone can openly talk to their parents about 'growing up' and their awkward stage of puberty, that's when you would read Judy Blume's books, and know that you are actually completely NORMAL!
If I had a teenage daughter, I would definitely suggest she read Judy Blume's books to put her mind at ease!
Rebecca
Sydney, Australia

Hometown: Sydney, Australia - Age: adult! - Posted October 16, 2014 10:04 pm

larkin

Dear Judy Blume, I just finished Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. It was really good!! I loved the part when Fudge ate Dribble, because I thought Fudge was lying, but he wasn't!!!

Hometown: canaan - Age: 91/2 - Posted October 16, 2014 10:37 am

rosina

Dear Judy Blume, I read Tales Of A Fourth Grade Nothing. My favorite part was when Fudge ate Dribble. I guess writers have to do a lot of writing and drafts. My second favorite part was when Fudge thought he could fly...and he knocked out his two front teeth! I think the book was great.

Hometown: orange - Age: 9 - Posted October 16, 2014 10:37 am

carmen

Dear Judy Blume, I just read Tales Of A Fourth Grade Nothing. I loved it! Dribble is my favorite character because he is so cute and I love turtles! I hope you write a second book.

Hometown: canaan - Age: 9 - Posted October 16, 2014 10:28 am

Nova417

Love your site and works! I'm doing a partner project about your book Forever, since it's banned book week! I love Forever, and Double Fudge!

Hometown: Galesburg - Age: 15 - Posted October 16, 2014 9:07 am

ojithma

hi judy..
i didn't find the second book of yours.Iam really worried. however your books are really nice i love them. i like you too
bye

Hometown: sri lanka - Age: 13 years - Posted October 16, 2014 6:59 am

cassidi

i love your book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hometown: leander - Age: 9 - Posted October 15, 2014 7:34 pm

ryan

i love your books you are a cool writer.you are a nice lady.


your favorite reader
ryan b

Hometown: duurant ia - Age: 8 - Posted October 15, 2014 4:41 pm

Alexis

does Peter's dad work in one of the twin towers in tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing

Hometown: Canal Whinchester - Age: 9 - Posted October 15, 2014 10:45 am

Ava

Ava Omg cool book! Some day I would like the book searies.I love the part when fude is in the shower! avdthe part when fude eats the tultle!
I hope to meet you someday you made the best book ever!
Ava M age 10

Hometown: Stelter Farm Drive - Age: 10 - Posted October 15, 2014 8:47 am

Alana

Judy Blume I loved your book Tales of the fourth grade nothing. Chapter 10 was really funny how Fudge swallowed the turle. When Peter yelled "IS THE TURTLE DEAD OR ALIVE?" That was funny. I want to read every one of your books. I hope you never stop writing them.

Hometown: Bridgman - Age: 9 - Posted October 15, 2014 8:39 am

Stacey Arvanites & students

Hi Judy!

We love your books in the Fudge series! Some of us just finished reading Fudge-A-Mania and another group is about to start reading Superfudge. We are fifth grade students in Woodbridge, New Jersey who are hooked on this series. We love the characters, Peter and Sheila, and enjoy reading about their adventures. Thank you so much for making us laugh. We look forward to reading many of your books this year.

Your friends,
Mrs. Arvanites' class at Lafayette Estates School

Hometown: Woodbridge, New Jersey - Age: 43 - Posted October 14, 2014 7:18 pm

ryan b

hi

Hometown: duurant ia - Age: 8 - Posted October 14, 2014 3:39 pm

ryan b

i made a chapter 6

Hometown: durant - Age: 8 - Posted October 14, 2014 10:02 am

Tara

Dear Judy
Your books just popped into my head so I thought id look you up! My friends and I had a conversation last week about your books and how much we loved them. You were a huge part of my childhood and teenage years and I look forward to one day introducing my own daughter to your books. She's only 10 months so I will probably wait a couple of years!
All the best
Tara x

Hometown: Barkingside, UK - Age: 38 - Posted October 14, 2014 4:24 am

Tyler S

Mrs.Blume,
I love your fudge books so far!When my mom was in school she read your books,she loved them has much has I do. I think you should write a new fudge book. It could be about Christmas at the Hatcher's house your friend,
Tyler S

Hometown: Dahlonga,GA - Age: 8 - Posted October 13, 2014 2:05 pm

Estefany m

Hi, I'm Estefany I have just finished reading your book "forever.." It was amazing and it was the first book I've actually liked. But the ending left me speechless ! Is there really not a second book? I just can't get over it. Everything that you wrote in that book was amazing and it was like watching a movie but better of course. But I'm just so curiouse, does anything happen after ? I have to know.

Thank you

Hometown: Miami Florida - Age: 16 - Posted October 12, 2014 7:30 pm

eliany

PLEASE WRITE ME.I HAVE ROTE A LOT OF LETTERS AND THEY WERNT SENT.

Hometown: Dahlonega - Age: 9 - Posted October 11, 2014 11:23 pm

eliany

Dear judy blume
Thank you for the message.I knew you were writing a new book.I was in Mrs.keifabers class.She took a loop.Last year we wrot a lot of letters to you and you texted her you were going to write a new book.We all jumped and scremed.We were so happy.We all think you are so AWSOME.Please write back.

Hometown: Dahlonega - Age: 9 - Posted October 11, 2014 2:20 pm

Jo

I was never a reader when I was young and I regretted it. Now, I'm introducing reading to my kids. While scouting for kids' books, I came upon one of your books. I read it and I got hooked! I began searching for more of your books. They really lighten up my day. Even my 4-year old often asks me to read to him his favorite funny parts! Those are good bonding moments. Thank you! I should've read your books when I was a kid!

Hometown: Manila - Age: 38 - Posted October 11, 2014 9:09 am

eliany

Dear judy blume
have you got my second message? Please say yes or know.

Hometown: Dahlonega - Age: 9 - Posted October 10, 2014 3:38 pm

eliany

Dear Judy Blume
Thank you for the message.Do you remember those messages last year from Mrs.kiefaber and her class? I was in her class.I still am in her class. She took a loop.I remember the message last year that said you were going to write a new book. My wole class jumped and screamed.We were all so happy. We think you are awesome.PLESS WRITE BACK.
Love
Eliany

Hometown: Dahlonega - Age: 9 - Posted October 10, 2014 2:17 pm

GABRIEL

more Fudge books please

Hometown: hong kong - Age: 9 - Posted October 9, 2014 2:13 pm

Felipe R

I love your books there are cool

Hometown: Alajuela Costa Rica - Age: 9 - Posted October 9, 2014 2:13 pm

Enrique O

I've read books about you I LOVE THEM I've read freckle juice and tales of a fourth grade nothing I love the tricks of Fudge.

Hometown: Monte RIO costa rica - Age: 9 - Posted October 9, 2014 2:12 pm

Ava G

Hi, I love your books and I am going to read all of them. I read Tales of a forth grade nothing. When are you going to write a new book.

Hometown: Escazu - Age: 9 - Posted October 9, 2014 2:10 pm

Adriana and Camila

HI WE LOVE YOUR BOOKS WE READ FREAKLE JUICE AND DRANK IT IT WAS AWFUL AND WE READ TALES OF A FORTH GRADE NOTHING

Hometown: Costa Rica Ezcazu - Age: 9 - Posted October 9, 2014 2:08 pm

eliany

Dear Judy Blume
My whole class has read all of your books but not super fudge.And we love every book we have read.We have novel studys in class and We have read your books the most.second graders went to third grad but with the same teachers.I liked the part were marty [the swimming teacher in Sheila the great]believed in Sheila.What I am saying is that we love your books.Type back.

Hometown: Dahlonega - Age: 9 - Posted October 8, 2014 6:27 pm

Betty Jo

when I was young I read a book that I thought was a sequel to Blubber, I don't remember a lot about the book but that the girl had a boyfreind that gave her a dog for her birthday , that she used to be fat. also in the story it was said that her breed of dog housebreaks themselves, or the mother dog teaches the pups. Do you have any idea of what book I am remembering?

Hometown: GreenBay area - Age: 38 - Posted October 8, 2014 5:56 pm

Cece

who where your parents

Age: 7 - Posted October 8, 2014 3:21 pm

Anna

I just wanted to thank you for the fabulous Fudge audio books you recorded! I have 2 sons, 4 and 7 and they are obsessed! We have them all and we listen to Fudge over, and over, and over.....they know them by heart and my 4 year old quotes them all the time. Yesterday he said, "this place is a dump!" (As Peter says about the Whitman's house in Princeton in Superfudge). I was very offended and embarrassed, it was not until later that I realized where he got it from, he really is my own Fudgie.
While our Fudge listening is a bit over the top, it is GREAT because ALL kids are quiet when the Fudge books are playing. I can have 6 kids in my minivan and complete silence as we listen to Fudge for the millionth time. I love it, I grew up loving your books and am now a librarian. Sharing these books with my young kids and reminding other parents, ("Remember Fudge? Your kids will love him!" ) is the best! Thank you Judy Blume!!! We love you!

Hometown: Santa Cruz, CA - Age: 43 - Posted October 8, 2014 11:21 am

gianna

HI.JUDY...I am doing a 4th grade report of famous new jersey folks and I have you!!! - I am also a student in elizabeth , new jersey - madison-monroe school 16 on north avenue - if you are ever in the area come over to our school to say "hello"...thanks...gianna...

Hometown: elizabeth - Age: 9 - Posted October 7, 2014 10:10 am

Hayden

Hi Mrs.Blume,
Its me, Hayden again! I've treasured the letter you sent me. I haven't read your books for some time, but I'm writing a book of my own, actually three. They are called: "The Middle School Girls: Olivia Takes a Stand", "Sarah Ann Jones: A girl from the 1740s", and finally "The Wind of Chocolate Bay". Tell me what you think of the titles.

Hayden

Hometown: America - Age: 10 - Posted October 6, 2014 3:56 pm

pradnya

I just watched Tiger Eyes on Netflix...Davey was exactly how I pictured her when I read it 30 years ago. Thank you for bringing it all back.

Age: 40 - Posted October 6, 2014 2:03 am

tucker

dear Judy Blume,
Im sorry but can you resend your awnser please to this email what is the name of the book your writing now?
And I read Blubber its really good!

Your
friend,
Tucker

Hometown: milfay - Age: 9 - Posted October 3, 2014 4:20 pm

KK

HI HOW ARE U DOING TODAY LOVE KK

Hometown: CORINTHMS - Age: 9 - Posted October 3, 2014 2:35 pm

kenyonia

I MY NAME IS KENYONIA ROGERS I LIVE IN CORINTH MS AND I LOVE YOUR BOOKS SO MUCH WHERE ARE U FROM I KNOW THAT I AM NOT ARE TO ASK U THIS BUT HOW OLD ARE U I KNOW THAT U HAVE 3 KIDS HOW OLD ARE THEY I KNOW THAT THEY ARE GROWN UP BUT HOW ARE THEY STILL . ARE U A NICE PERSON BECAUSE I AM WONDER THAT BECAUSE I AM SENDING U THIS BECAUSE I LOVE U AND YOUR BOOKS I REALLY LOVE SUPER-FUDGE AND I FOR GOT TO ASK HOW ARE U DO DOING TODAY LOVE,KENYONIA

Hometown: corinth ms. - Age: 9 - Posted October 3, 2014 2:29 pm

ashelyn

I hope you write another book.I love reading your books.Hope you tipe back

Hometown: corinth ms. - Age: 9 - Posted October 3, 2014 2:29 pm

brooklyn

Hi i am brooklyn i love your books our class just got done reading tales of a fourth grade nothing it was funny and awesome i just love your books love,brooklyn corinth elementrary school

Hometown: corinth ms. - Age: 10 - Posted October 3, 2014 2:22 pm

Danielle Carawan & Students

Hello Judy!

We are so excited to be reading your book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. We are fourth graders in Chesapeake, Virginia who love to read! We hope to read many of your books this year!

Your friends,
Mrs. Carawan's class at Sparrow Road Intermediate School

Hometown: Chesapeake, VA - Age: 30 - Posted October 2, 2014 12:26 pm

Jer

Judy,
Your books have always been a part of my life. My mother turned me onto them when I was young. She grew up reading them as well. Summer Sisters holds a place in my heart like no other. Thank you. All my love.

Hometown: canada - Age: 23 - Posted October 1, 2014 10:42 pm

Ellie

I read are you there God it's me Margaret ? And I'm like her I've got my period,breasts,crushes!

Hometown: Ottawa - Age: 10 - Posted October 1, 2014 9:14 pm

Lee White

Dear Ms. Blume,
My name is Bennett and I am a big fan. My reading teacher, Mrs.White, and I had a question about your book "Tales of the fourth grade nothing" and we were just wondering how Fudge got his nickname. So please try to write back.
Sincerely,
Bennett

Hometown: Pennington, NJ - Age: 57 - Posted October 1, 2014 1:06 pm

kaylie

Dear Judy Blume, at school there's this kind named Rin she been making me cry. One day I was playing jump rope then Rin showed up and I accidentally hit her with the jump rope I said im sorry then she made me get out of the game i cried a lot. Then my teacher told me its OK.O and I love your books.

Hometown: Anderson - Age: 7 - Posted September 30, 2014 3:02 pm

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