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Diana M from New Westminster BC Canada wrote on January 5, 2023
Good morning
Judy I have been a fan since my 6th grade teacher read Are you there god it’s me Margaret in 1977.I found a copy of the book in a pile of used books at a library that was doing a used book sale.I bought it and I recently went thru a box of books that I was sorting out. I read it again I am now 56 years old books like yours are a treasure. Thank God there are writers like you.
Anisha B from Charlotte wrote on January 5, 2023
I have been interested for a couple of years in writing children's books. I am a current High School teacher in Charlotte, NC and I would like helpful tips on how I can get started. It is something that I am very passionate about and I look forward to fulfilling my dream.

Thank you,
Ivy G from Pacific Palisades, CA wrote on January 5, 2023
Hi. I am hoping to get tickets to see Judy Blume Forever at the Sundance Film Festival. Will you be there at any of the screenings?

Keeping my fingers crossed!
Andrea S from Knoxville, TN wrote on January 4, 2023
Hi, Judy,

My name is Andrea, and I’m a 20 year old with a love for estate sale shopping. Despite my love for any items that I can get my hands on from past decades, I’ve admittedly been sucked further into modernity than I like. With online assignments and time wasted on social media, I’ve been feeling my passion for books slipping away since middle school. This transition from absorbing something physical, like a fantastic book, to letting time waste on ten second clips and celebrity stories that won’t matter in five minutes is something that has broken and continues to break my heart. Because of this, I decided to start reading again, not for school, not because of a breaking news story, and certainly not because of an Instagram caption, but for myself…something that I haven’t done in years - literally. While rummaging through tables of items at an estate sale, I ran into one of your books, 𝘚𝘮𝘢𝘳𝘵 𝘞𝘰𝘮𝘦𝘯. After broken up moments of peace every few days during which I was able to become part of the world of BB, Margo, Clare, and everyone else, I made headway on your book. I just finished it last night. It was fantastic. Now I have dozens of books that I’m excited to read. I haven’t felt this way since I was 15. Thank you, thank you, thank you for helping me open up to reading for myself again.
Sylvia F from Boynton Beach, Florida wrote on January 3, 2023
I also was a teenager in 1952 I went to Weequahic High School and ate cheese cake at the famous diner. I am now reading In the unlikely Event and was very surprised that you mentione my first cousin Irving Zahler and his family who died in thei home when a fuselage fell into their apaetment
Sylvia D from Bounton Beach wrote on January 3, 2023
I am reading unlikely event.I was also a teenager in 1952. I graduated high school at Weequahic ..I also ate at6 the famous diner for cheese cake.
so I am enjoying your book tremendously. But what took me by surprise is yout mentioning my coustn Irving Zahler who perished with his famuly from the Feb 11 1952 crash when a fusulege fell into his apartment
In his house
Maureen L from Plymouth Tep wrote on December 27, 2022
Hello, Ms. Blume!

We are huge Fudge fans over here.

(I also loved Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret, and so did my mom!)

Double Fudge is my son's favorite book. He asked me to request a new fudge book.

Thank you for all of the wonderful stories.


Roddy and his Mama
Michelle Ann from Woodside, Queens, NY wrote on December 23, 2022
Hi Judy! I read almost all of your books in the 1970's and 1980's. I loved them all! I am an older Mom of an 8 year old boy and this year for 3rd grade, I introduced him to the Fudge collection. We are up to Super Fudge and just took Fudgemania out of our local library today. He loves them! Your books are timeless!! Thank you so much!
Pepper C. from Long Beach, CA wrote on December 21, 2022
Dear Judy - my name is Pepper and I am 9 years old. I love your books! Fudge reminds me of my little brother except he didn’t swallow a turtle like in Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing.
I was wondering what Sheila’s sister Libby looks like? I picture her looking like an uglier Sheila from Sheila’s point of view.
Thank you for writing all these wonderful books!

Your friend,
Galen wrote on December 19, 2022
Hello Judy,

I’ve been a fan of your work since Superfudge, and I think you’re a wonderful author!

I have a question: What were some of your major inspirations for writing the Fudge series? What tupe of person do you think Fudge (the character) would be as an adult? And what would you consider to be your favorite book in the series?

Staci B from Franklinton wrote on December 19, 2022
I’m 54 years old. I began reading your books when I was in elementary school. They helped me so much. As a child, I was tall, Redheaded, frecklefaced and fair skinned. Of course I was bullied because of all these things. I had no friends. Books became my friends. I would read and get lost in the books. They kept me from being so lonely. Your books touched on difficult topics also. Topics I was too scared to ask my parents about. Thank you so much for all of your beautiful books. Thank you for being the phenomenonal writer that you are. Judy Blume was always a familiar name in my household. As soon as you had a new book out, off to the library we’d go!!
Thank you!!
With love and hugs,
Simon K from Carol Stream, IL wrote on December 18, 2022
Hello Judy,

My name is Simon and I am also an author too. I hope you will write another Fudge book someday.
Your work has inspired me so much that I write some children’s stories myself too.
anna from finley wrote on December 16, 2022
hi! i am a 12 year old girl in 6th grade and i love your books! my mom introduced my to them, and you are my favorite author! MY favorite book is "Are You There God? Its Me, Margaret."
Michele M from Lawrence, KS wrote on December 16, 2022
Could you PLEASE do a follow-up for Are You There, God. It’s Me, Margaret - only about peri-menopause? So many of us grew up with Margaret teaching us and this part of life is just as messed up and needing guidance. Please?
Easton C from Trussville wrote on December 15, 2022
If you are writing a new book I think it should be about Fudge again. I have read a lot of your books. I am in 4th grade .
Rickie from Shaller wrote on December 14, 2022
My husband and I are Godparents to my lifelong friend’s 10 year old son
Roman is classified as being on the autistic spectrum and, while we live 3,000 miles apart, my husband tutors Roman each Sunday.
Reading has always been a great struggle for him and not very enjoyable.
My husband is a retired elementary school teacher and principal and has tried to make reading more enjoyable.
We sent Roman a holiday package of books that he might like and are delighted to find out that Tales Of A Forth Grade Nothing is a breakthrough book which Roman is reading on his own This is the first book that has held his interest and will be a life changer.
Thank you for your talent and for being there for him and us.
I am hoping that you could write a hello to Roman as a holiday gift.
Your hello to him will be cherished and appreciated as you are a larger than life talent.
Thank you in advance.
P.S. Years ago when my husband was principal of Riverdale County School elementary division he and the students had the pleasure of meeting you when you were a guest speaker. Small and wonderful world.
Gleenobly Butterworth wrote on December 13, 2022
Dear Judy,
I was sharing a memory with my best friend about fun mother/daughter activities. She shared something that her and her daughter do together weekly and it reminded me of when I was a child and my mother and I would read together your book Are You There, God? It's Me Margaret. Thank you for inspiring me and making such a difference in my life through your novels. Your stories resonate with me over the years from childhood into adulthood. Loves! 🙂
Judi from New albany wrote on December 9, 2022
I loved your books growing up, they were fun to read and they helped me to keep reading as a kid. I now work at a school that does not have the sources to buy books. It is a small charter school in Columbus, Ohio and I would love them to be able to read your books.
Shelby S from Pottsboro, Texas wrote on December 7, 2022
Dearest Judy,

You were my favorite author growing up. "Are You There, God" was a book I desperately needed as an adolescent. I wonder if you would consider writing about Margaret's take on menopause? I could really use her unique perspective right now.

Many thanks and much love,
Shelby S
Juliana Fay T. from Silver Spring wrote on December 2, 2022
Hi Ms. Judy Blume

I’m a girl from a small city in Maryland. I have noticed that in my schools library we have so many books written by you!!! I read some of them and you are so talented. I would love to do a small short interview with you for my schools paper, or have you in a workshop done by my NJHS discussing your journey and books. Let me know by sending me an email whenever you get the chance!

Juliana Fay T.

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