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: Simcoe Ontario Canada - Posted March 4, 2020 9:56 am
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Chrissi S

Oh I almost forgot HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!!! Judy!!!!

Hometown: Simcoe - Posted March 4, 2020 9:56 am
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Jeffy

Hi judy I hope they're more books about fudge because he is funny and petah and my favourite part is when fudge his to ware it

Hometown: Simcoe - Posted March 4, 2020 9:55 am
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Eric V

HI JUDY CAN YOU SEND US MORE BOOKS WE JUST FINSHED TALES OF A FORTH GRADE NOTHING.I LOVE YOUR BOOKS!!!!.
SINSERELY DRAVEN AND ERIC.

Hometown: Simcoe - Posted March 4, 2020 9:54 am
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zachary

What is your favourite book that you made judy.Can you put pictures in your chapter books.

Hometown: Simcoe - Posted March 4, 2020 9:53 am
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Serenity & Adalyn

Hi we don't know how Fudge swallowed Dibble.Can you make a book called Peter's dog.Serenity said "my favourite part is the chapters of Dribble."
Adalyn said " I like the last chapter because peter gets a dog & when peter get a turtle named Dribble."

Hometown: Simcoe - Posted March 4, 2020 9:53 am
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Tyler

Hi Judy what was the hardest book that you wrote? What's your favourite fast food restaurant? Do you have a cat or a dog or no pets /no cats or dogs? What's your favourite fudge book? Plus the class read tales of a fourth grade nothing.

Hometown: Simcoe Ontario Canada - Posted March 4, 2020 9:52 am
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Chrissi S

Good Morning Judy I love your Fudge series me and my class which is Mr.Aulds class I have just started reading otherwise known as sheila the great and so far it is really really good.I did not know shiela had a sister a 13 year old in fact on the front cover it shows i think that sheila has a little sis but that some how might be sheila.I wanted to know if u are going to make more Fudge,Peter and Sheila books if so can I give you some ideas please. here they are.

- sheila gets a little sis it is sometime in the distant future sheila's little sis is the same age as Fudge but worse! Her name is Summer she bites she misbehaves and all that stuff. The book I think it should be called The Worst Fudge or The Baddest Fudge Ever. Judy I love your books can you give me a sneak peek at the next fudge book or Iggy's house book pretty pretty please with a cherry on top!

Thanks Love,Chrissi

Hometown: simcoe - Posted March 4, 2020 9:49 am
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Eleanor

Hi Judy.I'm reading your books incloding the fourth grade nothing.I'm reading now your book Dobble fudge because i love your books.In the fourth grade nothing I liked the part that fudge eats Dribble and then he gets rushed to the Hospital.

Hometown: simcoe - Posted March 4, 2020 9:46 am
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Draven

HI JUDY HOW ARE YOU WE ALL LOVED THE BOOKS THAT YOU SEND US. PLEASE SEND US MORE. I THINK YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE US ONE TIME.

Hometown: simcoe - Posted March 4, 2020 9:44 am
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Calum

Hello judy if you made another book what would it
be about? and what would you name the title?

Hometown: simcoe - Posted March 4, 2020 9:42 am
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Emma

Hi Judy Blume I was wondering what book your reading.

Hometown: simcoe - Posted March 4, 2020 9:42 am
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alisa

Hi Judy i love your books can you make more fuge books?Also what is your favrite book?

Hometown: simcoe - Posted March 4, 2020 9:41 am
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Milo

Do you have a dog? Can you make more fudge books?

Hometown: simcoe - Posted March 4, 2020 9:36 am
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Teagan

hey Judy.I am a big fan of your books and would really like it if you could make more books about Fudge.I really just wanted to say hi but I just love your books you're super good and should continue to create books. 👌👌

Hometown: Clementon - Posted March 3, 2020 1:45 pm
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Gwen Cantwell

I'm a steward for 2 Little Free Libraries, and I'm hoping to feature a "Jersey Month." Both my LFL's service a lot of kids; both are in a 'book desert' with kids who have minimal access to an actual library (primarily because their parents can't/won't drive them to one). As you are hugely popular, I'm having some difficulty finding any of your stuff second hand, so I was wondering if you ever donated any books? if so, my address is 168 Niagara Ave, Clementon NJ 08021
Many, many thanks, as well as thanks for the excellent fiction!

Hometown: Broken Arrow, OK - Posted March 3, 2020 11:36 am
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James

I'm a first year teacher, teaching 2nd Grade. One of my favorite memories from school was being read Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing out loud. That's the first read-aloud I did in my class, and I really bonded with the kiddos over it. We had such a wonderful time that now, toward the end of the year, we're reading it again and adapting it to a reader's theater style film project. We're having so much fun! I'm posting my email because my kiddos would LOVE to hear from anyone who has ever done anything like this before, or of course, from Judy herself! Thanks everyone!

Hometown: Simcoe - Posted March 3, 2020 7:44 am
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parker

What book out of the fudge series is your favourite?

and if you could make another book what would it about? also I love tails of a fourth grade nothing

Posted March 1, 2020 4:37 pm

Arjun

Can you make 6 more Fudge books please

Hometown: Mt. View - Posted February 26, 2020 3:23 pm
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3rd Grade Book Club

We are really struggling with the idea that Fudge ate an actual turtle in Tales of a 4th Grade Nothing.

Can this really happen? How did you get the idea of Fudge eating Dribble?

Hometown: Coquitlam - Posted February 24, 2020 1:46 am
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Ashley

Hello Judy Blume! My name is Ashley and I am a student at Riverside Secondary School, in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia. I was wondering if you could assist me in my Community Connections project, as I am to interview someone who is associated with a passion of mine. I am very interested in writing, and I really love your books! I was wondering if you would mind answering just six simple questions for this project. I look forward to hearing back from you, and thank you for your time.

Hometown: Portland,Oregon - Posted February 19, 2020 9:57 pm

Alexandra

Dear Judy, I have been wanting to meet you for a very long time and I love your book Superfudge!! I..I...I am just so in love with it.

Hometown: Saarbrücken, Germany - Posted February 15, 2020 3:29 am
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Diana Mathioudakis

Dear Judy

Thank you for sharing in your expertise with an awesome didactic talent. I enjoy every single second of your Masterclass in writing and hope someday being able to apply your tips and tricks and not just trying. I restarted writing after 35 years of silence.

Thank you so much. Diana

Hometown: Florida - Posted February 14, 2020 11:16 pm
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Grace

Hi Judy I am a really big fan.I am Grace and I’m 11 years old thank you for writing it’s not the end of the world because my parents are divorced and I can relate to Karen.When I am writing this it’s February 14 2020 and I don’t know when you will read this but 2 days ago you turned 82. Please respond. I love you so much you are a life changer

Hometown: FREMONT - Posted February 13, 2020 12:46 am
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Mayukha & Avika

Dear Ms. Blume, have a wonderful birthday. I hope you have a good time on your birthday. I read one of your books it is very good. Have a great day on your birthday!

Hometown: El Paso, TX - Posted February 12, 2020 2:52 pm
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Mrs. Lozoya's Class

Happy Birthday, Mrs. Blume! We hope you have a wonderful birthday. We love reading your books! Our favorite character is Fudge. Guess what? We are almost finished reading the whole entire Fudge series. We have enjoyed it very much. We hope that you have a wonderful day.

Hometown: St. Albans - Posted February 12, 2020 10:50 am
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Gretchen

I've been a huge fan since childhood, and have students now reading several of your books. One student in particular was introduced to "Are You There God, It's Me Margaret" by her mother, whose name is Margaret. I'd love to purchase an autographed copy for this amazing mother, who is sharing her love and love of literature with her daughter. How could I go about ordering such a gem?

Hometown: Dallas - Posted February 12, 2020 10:48 am
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Kendra

Happy birthday! Thanks for writing such wonderful books.

Posted February 10, 2020 4:13 pm
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Jen

Hello! I hope you are doing good.
my name is Jen and your books are awesome!! I love all of them! I was just wondering if you are still writing because id love to know. you are an amazing writer thank you for what you do!
love Jen

Posted February 10, 2020 4:10 pm
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Jen

Hello! I hope you are doing good.
my name is Jen and your books are awesome!! I love all of them! I was just wondering if you are still writing because id love to know. you are an amazing writer thank you for what you do!
love Jen

Hometown: canada - Posted February 10, 2020 4:04 pm
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Jenna

Hi Judy!
I love to read and your books are by far my favourite! how old were you when you started to write books? And do you have a favourite book that you have written? mine is tiger eyes but I love them all!!
love Jenna

Hometown: Vancouver, Canada - Posted February 5, 2020 6:28 pm
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Suzanne

Hello Ms. Blume. I just wanted to say thank you for all of the amazing years I've enjoyed reading your books. You made me want to read & I always loved reading about Peter & Fudge, Sheila, Margaret, Tony, & Iggie, just to name a few. You will always remain a special person in my childhood, & even now, once-in-a-while I still pick up one of those classics & enjoy all over again! Thank you for the joy of reading!

Hometown: Ithaca NY - Posted January 31, 2020 7:26 pm
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Armani

Hi I'm Armani I'm a early kidoo and I was wondering if you could make a book about what it was like for you as a kid in fourth grade and growing up and going through changes thanks Judy 😀

Hometown: ithaca ny - Posted January 31, 2020 9:50 am

Armani

Hi im armani I LOVE YOUR BOOKS Im in forth grade i was born early so im going through changes unlike the other girls in my class, so i was wondering if you can make a book about changeing and what it was like being a girl when you were in fourth grade thanks

Hometown: Burke - Posted January 29, 2020 10:23 pm
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Trisha

I loved your books as a kid and as an adult. Now I am a teacher working on becoming a school librarian and I love sharing your books with my students. I will never forget listening to my favorite teacher reading us Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing using all sorts of voices. I was hooked (still am). Thank you!

Hometown: Iowa - Posted January 28, 2020 8:46 pm
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SB

Dear Judy,

I am a sixth grader, and you are an inspiration to me. This year, I am working on a project and You are my topic. I would love to learn about your struggles and how you overcame them successfully to become an iconic writer, and how children's books were different during the time you started writing. It will be great, if I could interview you through Email, phone-call, or whatever works for you. I really hope I can interview you. Awaiting your response.
Thanks,
SB

Hometown: Norfolk, Virginia - Posted January 23, 2020 12:24 pm
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Grace

You have been my number one favorite author. My mom introduced the books to me and I fell in love. You are an amazing author! You inspired me. Thank you so much!
Grace

Hometown: New Palestine - Posted January 21, 2020 8:09 am
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Jack

I remember reading your books while in elementary school. I had so much fun reading the fudge stories that, in my opinion, would easily rival the Goosebumps books. I haven't read them recently, but if I were to, I imagine they would be just as fun to read as they were back then.

Hometown: harpswell - Posted January 19, 2020 8:39 pm
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Shannon

Hi Judy- I'm loving your Master Class so much! You mentioned that you named your book As Long As We're Together after a line in a song-- but couldn't think of the song. I think it's from a Danny Kaye song called Laugh it Off and Upsy Daisy.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=loSiJmg8xfk My daughter sang it and won a talent show in 4th grade :: )

Cheers-
Shannon

Hometown: Petaluma - Posted January 16, 2020 11:40 pm
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Debra Keller

Dear Judy, I'm watching your Master Class now and it's awesome. I'm writing a fantasy novel with my adult daughter and I love hearing your take on writing characters, making them real to you, the author, so that they'll be real to readers, etc. Maybe one day you'll read our book! It's hard work, but so much fun! Thanks again for sharing your experience and enthusiasm!

Hometown: Cape Canaveral Fla - Posted January 16, 2020 8:45 pm
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Ann Bush

Dear Judy Blume—I rhought you’d like to know that as a public school K-12 librarian in New York, I used to buy all your books for my school libraries. The sixth grade girls used to cluster around my desk, asking “Mrs.Bush, will you buy a copy of “Forever?” I told them it was in the jr. high and high school libraries.
“4rh grade nothing” was WONDERFUL for reassurance at that vulnerable age.

Did you ever read Norah Ephron’s loving tribute to the Althorp?
Best wishes, Ann Bush

Hometown: Portland, Oregon - Posted January 16, 2020 1:06 am
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Cheri

Hi Judy: I am a writing student and have always been a big fan of your work. What advice would you give a new writer starting out and what are some of best words of advice your teachers gave you when you were learning to write. I want to write childrens books some day and would love to get some advice from you since your books have always been favorites of mine. Thank you kindly.

Hometown: Westhampton - Posted January 14, 2020 11:01 am
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Cassie

Dear Judy Blume,
My name is Cassie. I loved your book Then Again, Maybe I Won’t. I loved how you portrayed the characters. My favorite character was Tony. I felt like I was living his life while reading the book. I loved how you made all of the characters special in their own way.
I loved how Victor was able to come up with an idea to make sure that Ralph had his baby. Also, when Victor was able to make money from the idea. They were able to get a new house and a maid. I did not like the maid because she was mean. Grandma wants to cook. Also, she is the one getting paid, so why is she arguing? She should be quiet and do what she is told because at the end of the month, who is paying her? I think that she should get fired.
Even though I did not like the maid, I loved the way Tony was portrayed. Tony was a kind and nice boy, but weird at times too. I learned a lesson from his stomach problem. I learned that if something is bothering you, you have to tell the person what is bothering you so the problem can be solved. From the character Tony, I also learned that not everyone is nice. Such as the boy Tony thought he was friends with Joel. He was nice around parents, but was really a mean kid. I learned from this that not everyone is nice. Sometimes, people do not show their true colors and will be nice to your parents but mean to you by yourself.
I wanted to know inspired you to write this book? Was it your own experiences that made you think of this story? Was it just your imagination? Was it a story one of your family members told you or a friend. I wanted to know because I was wondering how to write a story of my own.
I loved reading your book so much. It was so good. I could not put it down! I would really love to meet you one day. You are an inspiration for everyone in the world. You inspire people each and every day.
Sincerely,
Cassie D.

Hometown: Bedford - Posted January 8, 2020 5:34 pm
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Trey L

Deal Judy,

I just read your book Superfudge and I loved it. I am doing a novel project on it for school. I loved the part where Fudge dropped ice down Peter's back in the movie theater.

Im reading your whole series of Tales of a 4th Grade Nothing. I attend 4th grade at Riddle Brook School in Bedford.

I look forward to reading more of your novels - keep up the good work.

Sincerely,

Trey

Hometown: Steamboat Springs, CO - Posted January 8, 2020 1:27 pm
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Lola K

Dear Judy Blume,
My name is Lola. I am 11 years old and in 6th Grade. Your book really impacted me. I started your book on a Saturday and finished it the next day! I felt that I could really relate to your book in all sorts of ways. While reading your book, I felt like I was normal. I felt amazing while reading that book. I honestly looked up that book just to see if there was a series because of how great it was! I write to you to let you know how much I loved it!

-Lola
(Librarian email provided)

Hometown: Malaysia - Posted January 1, 2020 11:03 am
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AMBER

Hello Judy! I took your masterclass and I just completed it just now. Hearing about your experience taught me as much about life as writing and books. I'm glad I had the privilege to take your class. And I will sit down and finish my book—I used to write books all the time when I was younger and I think financial problems in our family distracted me away from writing. I want to also treat people with the same compassion as you do!

We love you Judy!

All the best,
Amber

Hometown: Southampton - Posted December 14, 2019 11:27 am
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Hannah

Hi Judy
I wrote to you 7 Dec but I forgot to put the email address down.

Hometown: Ho Chi Minh - Posted December 13, 2019 2:20 am
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Nhung N

Dear Judy,

I love writing since I was 14 years old. I tried to write a book in which it mixed between what really happened in my daily life and what I wanted to be or to do. Cause I did not have any chance or opportunity to show everyone the real me, the truth me. So writing, to me, is a way to express myself.

I would love to learn more from you to make it more easier. Stories and ideas are stuck in my head and I want to write it down, but ...

I hope you can help so I want to send you this email.

I am looking forward to hear from you.

Best regards,

Nhung N

Hometown: Texes - Posted December 8, 2019 9:21 am
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Jayla W

Hi ms.Judy I have an idea for a book so their was this girl with two brothers that lived in a cottage.The cottage was in the forest.She loved animals and had this pet deer that her parents wouldn't let her bring in the house.On the front cover can their be a deer on it and the girls name is Jannaleah.Thank you for taking my idea #big fan

Hometown: Fullerton - Posted December 7, 2019 10:08 pm
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Judy P

Hello Mrs. Judy Blume,

My name is Judy, as well.
Growing up, I peed in my pants in the 3rd grade and at school the children would tease me and call me Judy Cooty...shake your booty. To my dismay, it bothered me a great deal. However, it gave me time to get away and use my imagination as I read all of your books.

Thank you for writing. I wish I wrote to you sooner because I just lost my only sister from breast cancer. I wish you the very best.

Hometown: Southampton uk - Posted December 7, 2019 4:38 am

Hannah

Dear Judy Blume
I would like to say how much me and my mum loved the Fudge books. I would like you to write another Fudge book I found them really funny. I don't have any ideas though. I first read Superfudge and I enjoyed it so much it inspired me to read the other books. When I was in year2 and going into year3 Superfudge was a present from my teacher.
Hannah

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