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: Denville - Posted March 7, 2019 3:40 pm

Suzanne Steckert

Dear Mrs. Blume,
I wanted to thank you for responding to my student's request for info. There is no greater thrill for a sixth grade reader than to hear back from an author personally. I'm sure I speak for many an English teacher who counts you among the most influential authors they have read. Be well.

Hometown: Iselin NJ - Posted March 7, 2019 1:30 pm


Dear Mrs Blume , I am a student at Iselin Middle in Woodbridge NJ. In our digital Literacy class we are creating a podcast on any topic. I had alsways loved your book Deenie and I related to it a lot. For my project I would love to interview you or write a letter to you. I currently am working on my letter and really hope that you can reply. Thank you for your time and keeping inspiring us with your books 🙃

Hometown: marenisco - Posted March 7, 2019 11:06 am


i think you should write more picture books some people like all lot of those i really would love them

Hometown: Trevorton, PA - Posted March 5, 2019 11:20 am


My 4th grade class just got finished reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. They loved it so much we started to read Superfudge yesterday. They all wrote letters to Judy Blume explaining what the loved about the book. I want to send them to Judy Blume. Can you please send me an address to which I can send them to her?
4th Grade teacher
Grace S Beck Elementary School

Hometown: Rapid City - Posted February 25, 2019 10:45 pm

Cassandra Hodys

Hello Judy,

A few years ago I had the opportunity to meet you in sign your book, In the Unlikely Event. At that time my husband was stationed in Homestead AFB. In June of 21017 we moved to Tyndall AFB. In October 2018 hurricane Michael destroyed our new little town. All of my books were lost, including the book you signed. I'm hoping you will read this post and possibly sign another book for me. The signing was seriously one of the best nights of my life. I still have the picture of the signing!!! I don't have a lot heirlooms passed down and this book was going to be mine to my daughter. I would be forever grateful if I could possibly get you to sign a new book.

Hometown: Elizabeth, NJ - Posted February 25, 2019 4:22 pm

Mae Ann

My daughter is reading your book" IN THE Unlikely Event. Brought back my memories of going to Battin High School during the many plane crashes. Did you go to Battin High School from 1955 to1958?
I lived on down town,behind school 13. I have a sister Kathleen and a brother Andrew. My last name is Dargis. would love to hear from you

Hometown: north Carolina - Posted February 25, 2019 10:51 am


Dear Judy blume I think that your book Sheila the great is a great book and my favorite part of the book is when they are talking about pottery because my mom did pottery for awhile and then she quit she made great pieces of pottery.


To:judy blume

Hometown: Boca Raton - Posted February 24, 2019 7:42 pm


Can you make more books with the main character Sheila ? Can you also make the main character Fudge in one of the books? I love your books! Thank you!

Hometown: Livingston, New Jersey - Posted February 22, 2019 12:31 pm


Dear Judy Blume,
I have to do an author project in english class and I chose you as my author. Some questions I have are, what hardships did you go through,were you inspired by another author, and what inspired you to write. I hope you can answer these questions for me.
Anna K

Hometown: Now Richmond Va born and raised in Elizabeth NJ - Posted February 21, 2019 7:13 am


I was in 4th grade at St Mary's when the second plane crashed. A kid in my class, Augustine Caruso lost his mother when the plane crashed into the houses, just missing Batten High school and St Mary's. Sister Batista kept us after school or my classmate would have been killed also.

Hometown: Tulsa, Oklahoma - Posted February 20, 2019 9:51 pm


I am work at an elemaetary school and I am looking for video. My class is reading “Tales of a Fourth Nothing”. I can’t find this movie anywhere. Would prefer DVD but would take anything at this point. Is there any way to make this happen? Thanks for any information I can get.


Hometown: Cedar Rapids, iowa - Posted February 20, 2019 6:14 pm

Emersyn and Carrie(mom) Kroymann

My daughter Emersyn had spinal fusion for scoliosis back in 2017, since then she has started her own business selling homemade bath bombs, raising money to put together care baskets for other kiddos undergoing this surgery. Your book Deenie was a favorite of hers! She was just named a finalist in US Cellular’s “The Future Of Good” and will be recognized in March! Her hope is to start including your book in her care boxes in the near future. Any idea where or how we could buy these books in bulk at a discounted rate so that she can share this amazing story with others in her situation? Thank you so much! What a great writer you are!!

Hometown: Upington, South Africa - Posted February 16, 2019 4:52 pm


Dear Judy
I’ll be honest, I haven’t read all your books but the ones I have have been so amazing. I will get to the rest though.. My ultimate favorite would have to be “Are you there God, it’s me Margaret.” I was a teenager when I read it and it has been a book that made my teenage years somewhat easier. I got it at our local library and now that my sister is almost a teenager, I wanted her to read it because it might help like it did me. I really really love your books. You are amazing ❤️ Thank you Judy

Hometown: Hampden, Maine - Posted February 15, 2019 11:07 am

Candice Randall

My students completed a "Reading like a Fan" unit. My 4th grade student chose to read and study your books. We focused on noticing your style and craft through story elements. I hope you enjoy reading their fan letter below, as much as they enjoyed reading your books!


Dear Judy Blume,

I have almost read all of your kid chapter books!

And I love how all of your books have something in common,
Like a friendship for example in the book Just as long as we're together
And the book Here’s to you Rachel Robinson Stefanie, Alison, and Rachel all go through lots of drama. In the book Blubber Jill,Tracy,and
Wendy, plus Caroline were friends till the end but that book made me feel
bad for Linda Fisher because the way they treated her.

And I also think your books have in common that you need to go through to grow up, be brave a little. Like in the book Blubber when Linda let the kids made fun of her. And in the book Hello god it’s me Margaret they were scared they would be the last ones to grow up. And in the book it’s not the end of the world when Karen is not happy the way life is not going the way she wants.In another one of your books sheila the great when sheila is scared to go to swim lessons. I also love the Fudge series my favorite one is when they go to Maine.

I have a question how many times have you been to Maine?

From Izzy,
a fan

Hometown: Mclean - Posted February 14, 2019 5:06 pm

Leela R

I am in Kumon and noticed that my homework has a paragraph from one of my favorite books. I love The One in the Middle is the Green Kangaroo. Did you know that they use it for our homework?

Your friend,

Hometown: Hampden, Maine - Posted February 13, 2019 11:36 am

Candice Randall

My students completed a "Reading like a Fan" unit. My 4th grade student chose to read and study your books. We focused on noticing your style and craft through story elements. I hope you enjoy reading their fan letter below, as much as they enjoyed reading your books!

Dear Judy Blume,

I picked you as an author to read. I read part of Superfudge, part of Fudge-a-Mania And now am reading Double Fudge. I liked in Double fudge when you talked about what vegetables do to your body. I also like Fudge because he is funny. For example he was funny when he stood on the table in the classroom. Do you write about people that you know? Do you name your characters after people you know?


Hometown: London - Posted February 12, 2019 6:36 pm


Hi Judy,
I wanted you to know how grateful I am to you for making my childhood so happy by reading your wonderful books. America has always held a fascination for me and to read books that were set there made me actually feel as though I were there! Oh how I wanted to be friends with sunny Sheila Tubman. You made all those characters come to life in my young mind but to write adult books that also had that same effect on me just proves what a talented writer you are. I was so upset when I found out I had missed you when you came to Waterstones bookstore in London. I would have waited for hours to see you. I just hope you know how many lives you have touched with your writing. What a truly wonderful gift you have given to the world. My childhood hero and I thank you from the bottom of my heart x

Hometown: Oldenzaal Netherlands - Posted February 12, 2019 6:19 pm

John C.Koershuis

Happy birthday Ms. Blume

Hometown: Watsonia - Posted February 9, 2019 5:08 pm


Hello I just wanted to say how much I loved your book are you there God it's me Margret thank you for writing it

Hometown: Columbus, Ohio - Posted February 7, 2019 12:35 pm

Ms.Tracy's Kindergarten Class

Dear Ms. Blume,
Our teacher has been reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing to us. Most of us have younger brothers and sisters who act like Fudge. We are enjoying your book as we learn about characters, setting and retelling major events in a story. The story makes us laugh. Currently, we are on chapter 7 (The Flying Train Committee).
Thank you for writing great stories.
Ms. Tracy's kindergarten class (Ellie, Erica, Sammie, Rosie, TJ, Zack, Ayden, Graham, Sawyer, Ms. Tracy and Ms. Darla)

Hometown: Minneapolis - Posted February 5, 2019 2:45 pm


Dear Judy Bloom,
My name is Sharmiki. I love you and I love your books. I know you don't have time to respond to the guest book, but I just wanted to write to you and tell you your books are amazing. I always wonder how you came up with name Sheila for your character. I'll be looking at your website. Keep writing your books. That's great!


Hometown: Middletown - Posted February 4, 2019 1:44 pm


I have never read any of your books, and I'm virtually the opposite of what may be any perceived target audience, but I'm so very impressed and inspired by your generous words of wisdom and encouragement from Masterclass, and on this very page, that I feel almost like I know you. Thank you so very much.

Hometown: hillview - Posted February 4, 2019 10:18 am


I love your books

Hometown: Rock Springs Wyoming - Posted February 3, 2019 10:36 pm


Hi I’m Hadlee I think you should make a Dennie 2 when she gets her brace off and how she feels and if she is dating buddy

Hometown: Kalamazoo, MI - Posted February 3, 2019 9:18 pm


I love your Fudge books! My favorite book is double fudge. Thank you for writing great books!

Hometown: Bogota, Colombia/Miami, FL - Posted February 2, 2019 9:30 am

Esther Liberman

Dear Ms. Blume, We are all (husband, two boys, and I) such fans! I read your books to myself and now to my children. Our cruise is stopping for one day at Key West. We would just love to come to Books and Books to meet you! Any chance you'll be there on Sat. Feb. 9th? We're keeping our fingers crossed!
Thank you for everything you've written. It's made such a difference.

Hometown: Florence, KY - Posted January 29, 2019 4:23 pm

Lena S

Hi, I am Lena. I am the biggest fan of yours. I have a question for you, can you make me one of the characters for a new book. Also, how many books have you written?
Your biggest fan,

Hometown: Cherry Hill, NJ - Posted January 28, 2019 7:00 pm

Caren Goldberg

Hi Judy, My name is Caren and I teach 4th grade. One of my students noticed the publication of one of the Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing had a slight variation, and was wondering why it got changed. In chapter 3, page 19 it states "I learned to stand on my head in gym class." However, in the other copy it states "My Grandma taught me to stand on my head when I spent the night at her house." One publisher is Yearling, while the other is Puffin books. My student wrote a letter to the publishing company to inquire about it. I just wanted to share. Your books make a huge impact on everyone who reads them, including the ones who notice the slight changes!

Hometown: Scotch Plains, NJ - Posted January 27, 2019 9:14 am

Robin Zanoni

Good morning. My name is Robin Zanoni, my maiden name is Robin Ramm. I grew up on Winding Brook Way two houses away from you and your family. I recently got Master Class as a gift from my son and his girlfriends. I watched one of your sessions and really enjoyed it. I am a third grade teacher in West Orange and thought many times about contacting you to see if you could speak at our school.
I am not sure if you are doing these author visits at this time but, Judy, I would love to hear from you and discuss this possibility.
Robin R Zanoni

Hometown: Frederick - Posted January 20, 2019 3:37 pm


Dear Judy. My school does a wax musam in 5th grade every year. I'm in 5th grade now so I get to do it. I got chosen to be you! I looked on your page about you and got alot of stuff! But i need help, I need to know some of the other things you did as a child or teenager. If you could help me that would be awesome, and its ok if you cant because i dont need it badly. No pressure.

Hometown: Frederick - Posted January 20, 2019 3:30 pm


Dear Judy,
Hi i'm Riley and i'm 11 years old in 5th grade. My grade is doing a wax musam and we all get a famous person from now or the past. I had got you. So i get to do a whole essay on you, But i need to know some things that you did as a child or teenager. I looked on your biography and got stuff,But i need some help. Please tell me so i can know.

Hometown: Altamonte Springs, FL - Posted January 18, 2019 8:54 pm


Dear Mrs. Blume,

My son and I have just finished 'Sallly J. Freedman as hersel' which is my absolute favorite book of yours. We read all of the Fudge series when we was 8 (he's now 10), and now we're ready for some more drama level books . We also live in New Jersey and will be on the lookout for any speaking events. Thank you for all of your stories.

Rachel (Summit, NJ)

Hometown: Edina, MN - Posted January 18, 2019 8:54 pm


Hi i am Avalon and i am in 3rd grade. I am doing an author study on you in school. I wanted to ask a question. I want to become a writer when I am older. What are some good tips you have, and why did you want to become a writer?

Hometown: Fort Worth, TX - Posted January 17, 2019 3:58 pm

Arlen Vanek

I wanted to personally thank you for Forever. I am a middle school teacher, and this book has served me well over the years. The girls play it off well, but they always gravitate towards this book. Thanks for being brave enough to be bluntly open and honest. I know this book is serving them well too. Thanks, again.

Hometown: Kansas City - Posted January 16, 2019 3:52 pm

Mrs. Ziegler's Class

Hi Judy!

We are hoping you eat more pancakes... to write more Fudge books! We have an idea that your next book should be about Peter as a grown up with a daughter who is enthusiastic like her uncle Fudge. Her name should be Lolli. Get it? Lollipop... like her aunt Tootsie. We thought of a title, LOLli (we capitalized LOL because Lolli and Fudge provide LOTS OF LAUGHS!)
We felt like a part of your family and wanted to thank you for inviting us into your NYC apartment.
Will you please write another book? Maybe Fudge can find his shoe on the subway 17 years later? Or maybe he and Lolli wipe mashed potatoes on the walls just for fun? or maybe Fudge still counts cheerios every morning as an adult?
We would love to help you write new chapters! We will start working on our ideas ASAP.

Love, your favorite Fudge fans (we like Peter too, he always gets left out).

Hometown: Lexington, Kentucky, USA - Posted January 15, 2019 10:44 pm


Dear Ms. Blume,

I wrote to you way back in 2015 when I believe I was in 4th grade. I am currently in 7th grade and I still LOVE your books. I do have a question for you, and I do know that you are really busy and don't have time to answer everybody's emails and letters but I have to ask. At the end of Staring Sally J Freedman as Herself you comment that you where like Sally, confused by the end of the war, being a Jew. And in most of your books important characters are Jewish. I don't have a problem with that, I'm Jewish myself. I sometimes have a problem with people bullying me for being Jewish. Do you have any solutions for me? I still really really love your books. My Aunt Lisa sponsors the Book fair in Miami Florida and once while you where there my cousin when to the bathroom and you where there she politely nodded hello to you. I think that it was really funny that she didn't realize who you where. Any way thanks for your amazing books!


Hometown: Toronto - Posted January 12, 2019 11:28 pm

Brigitte A

Hello Judy,

I am not sure if you remember me, but I sure remember you! I was a colorist at Robert Stuart Salon. In 2008, I was pregnant with my daughter. I spoke with you offer about our mutual joy of reading. I shared with you how I treasured your books growing up. You do kindly gave me a signed copy of your new book, and I devoured it! Well, my daughter is now 10, and she is reading your books. I am writing you as she is doing her book report on Blubber!! She is adding in her book report that she met you once in her mummys belly. The joy to share my love of reading with my children now is so heart warming! My 9 year old son mostly likes hockey books.. But I'll take it.

Thank you so much for all the joy you brought to my like, and now to my daughter's.

Brigitte A

Hometown: Rock Springs - Posted January 12, 2019 10:10 am


You should make a book when Allison is the main character,because you made one with Rachel the main character and Stephanie the main character.

Hometown: Stockbridge, GA - Posted January 9, 2019 12:59 pm

Brittny D

Hi Judy (or whomever is reading this email),

I just finished reading "Forever" for the second time. I fell in love with it when I read it five years ago in high school, and I fell in love all over again when it read it this week. It's honestly one of my favorite books and I will forever keep it on my shelf. This is definitely a book I will pass down to my future daughter.

Could you sign it for me, please if I sent it through snail mail?

Brittny D

Hometown: San Francisco - Posted January 6, 2019 3:17 pm



My name is Solveig. Last night I read your book "Dennie", and really liked it. But I was wondering what happened at the end. I understand Dennie didn't change out of the Milwaukee brace, but I need more then that. Such as, how was her treatment, did Denise's mom finally accepted her condition, and did Deenie become a Orthopedist? I know you are very busy and probably aren't going to respond, but if possible, please do. Deniee was the first book by you that I read, and I am going to keep reading your books. Thank you so much for writing these books. They are very inspiring,

Your Fan,

Hometown: Sardis - Posted January 5, 2019 6:50 pm


Hi Judy,
I recently looked you up again because I released my first children's book in December. I remembered how much I enjoyed your books when I was growing up in Michigan, especially "Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret." I was happy to find this page to leave you a message and let you know in some small way how much your books touched my heart. It's rare to find authors who can write in such a personal and relatable way as you do. Thank you for helping me to love reading when I was younger; it's part of the reason I went into journalism.

Hometown: Turners Falls - Posted January 3, 2019 7:50 pm


Hi Ms. Blume! My name is Izzy, and I write an author’s column for the Montague reporter, and I was wondering if I could interview you for it! I love your books! They are so funny and cool! -Izzy

Hometown: Nashua NH - Posted January 3, 2019 2:23 pm

Veena N


My name is Veena Nagaraj and I am writing you from Battle of the Books Club from Nashua NH (Main Dunstable Elementary School).

The club has 8 - 10 years and are big fans of your book series.

It would be honor and dream come true for the kids to meet and speak to the author (via skype).

Please let us know what would need to happen to make the meeting happen.

Looking forward to hearing from you.


Hometown: Chico - Posted December 28, 2018 12:35 pm


Dear Judy-
I think your books are very funny. I can’t pick a favorite. I love to read. Before I wrote this message to you I was reading your “Who is” book. I asked my mom if I could write to you. I want to be a writer when I grow up. I wanted to know if it is hard to be an author? I know you are busy. You inspire me and it would be cool to hear from you. Happy Holidays!

Hometown: Ketura, Israel - Posted December 28, 2018 11:35 am


ITUE: Riveting. Couldn't put it down. I just have two plot problems:
1. Daisy Dupree – If she didn't have female parts, then she didn't go through puberty. Didn't she notice she wasn't menstruating? Wish you'd given us the name of Daisy's condition.
2. The plane crashes. All three planes had the same engine, but the accounts say that that engine was in nearly all commercial aircraft. So why weren't other planes crashing? Why incoming and outgoing at Newark?
Nonetheless, you do a good job of conveying that yes, coincidences – both lucky and tragic – do happen, what religious folks believe notwithstanding. Loved it, and all the rest.

Hometown: India - Posted December 23, 2018 3:48 pm

Chetna M

Dear judy blume,
I really loved your book "here's to you rachel robinson "it is one of my fav book i really love to read it again and again but i just want to request you is can you please make a part 2 of "here's to you rachel robinson" because i would love to know that what happens next like did rachel and jermy date, what about charles, does alison and charles date, and is robinson family a happy family now, i am really looking forward for this book. Lots of love from India🇮🇳❤.
Chetna M

Hometown: Geneva - Posted December 18, 2018 7:34 pm


I love your imagination. I love Your writing.

Hometown: auckland - Posted December 17, 2018 2:03 pm


Hi Judy!
I have enjoyed reading about what peter and fudge have been getting up to. I have read all the fudge books and want more! You are a very talented writer! I love your fudge books♡♥

Hometown: Montreal - Posted December 17, 2018 2:01 pm

Jenny W

Hi Judy Blume,
I just watched your 23 lessons on Master Class, and wow was I blown away. Your guidance, notes on your process, advice, challenges, and everything in between, was truly life changing. I will cherish your advice forever. I grew up on your books. They shaped me, inspired me, and helped me grow as a curious young woman. I have been inspired to take a trip to The Keys to visit your bookshop. I can not wait.
Thank you for everything you do, and have done. You are a total genius and I look up to you immensely.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Jenn, from Montreal

Hometown: Roland - Posted December 13, 2018 1:29 pm

Denessa Dudley

Tales of the 4th Grade Nothing was read to me in elementary. I have been a teacher now for 24 years, and I have read the Fudge books to every one of my 24 homeroom classes. I was ecstatic when you came out with Double Fudge. My class is currently on this book, and they wanted me to ask if by any chance you would write another book for this series. I have former students to this day ask if I still read the Fudge books to my classes. I love the way your writing flows. It holds the children's attention, and keeps them wanting more!

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