Judy says: Thank you, thank you for all your wonderful notes. I only wish I could write back 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 try to respond when appropriate. Your continued love and support are a constant inspiration.
My whole class room friends just finished reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I LOVED it! I liked the part when Fudge ate a flower off of the dinner table and when Peter also tried a flower too!
and when Fudge ate dribble.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE your book The Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. My class and I just finished reading it and I love the part where Fudge jumps of the jungle gym and while thinking he was a bird and then falls down and looses his two front teeth, and when Fudge wouldn't eat his cereal and his father said you will eat it or you will wear it! Then he takes Fudge in the restroom and poured the whole cup of cereal on his head.
From your new fan, thank you for making this book Judy Blume.
My class just finished reading tales of the fourth grade nothing and I LOVED IT. My favorite thing was when Fudge thought he was a bird and tried to fly. He swallowed HIS TWO FRONT TEETH.
My class just finished reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing . I really really liked it. My favorite part was when Fudge cut his hair. I could imagine him just sitting on the floor cutting his hair. When Fudge thought he was a bird but I shouldn't be laughing or Fudge's mom is going to scold me. Overall I really liked the book. I might read other books of yours. I really enjoyed reading the book.
My class just finished reading the Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I liked the part when Fudge swallowed Dribble. I love the book that you made. Thank you for writing children books.
Our class just got done reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I really liked the part
where Fudge thought he was a bird and jumped off the jungle gym and ate his top two front teeth. I also liked the part where Fudge cut his hair and colored on his face with every color magic marker.It was a really great book.
My class and I just finished reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. It was an AMAZING book! One of my favorite parts was when Fudge thought he was a bird and he tried to fly off the jungle gym! My favorite part was also when he was at the dentist and wouldn't even open his mouth.
My class finished one of your books, Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. We loved
❤️ it. My favorite part was when Fudge jumped off the jungle gym, Fudge wasn't eating and Mr. Hatcher dumped cereal on Fudge's head, and when Fudge ran off in the movie theaters.I personally think that this was one of the best books I have ever read and I will continue to read your great books.
P.S. My friends will also be writing to you.
My Class just finished the book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. We loved it! My favorite part is when Peter got a new dog. It's my favorite because it's just so nice when you give people a gift and they love it. I've also been looking for books that were made by you. They are great! I hope to see more books that you made!
Me and my class just finished Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. And we loved it. My two favorite parts were when Fudge thought he was a bird,and Fudge put Dribble in his mouth.
Your lifelong fan,
I belong to an X generation group where many of us enjoyed your books.
We were discussing your book Are you there God, It's me Margaret and thought it would be fun to find her in a new story as going through menopause and addressing her grandaughter talking to her about her new changes and moods. I think many young women talk to their grandmas before idek on ik.
I remember our days at Temple Sinai and your brother and think of you often.
Thanks so much, keep writing.
I teach 4th grade at Wallace Elementary in Kelso, WA. I just finished reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing" to my students.
They really enjoyed meeting Peter and Fudge, and Dribble as well.
Kyliah says, "I really liked the ending because it was sad, but happy." Blake say, "My favorite part of the book was when Fudge was on the Toddle Bike and he wouldn't listen to the grown ups!"
I am now 51 years old, and still remember reading Are You There, God? It's me, Margaret. It remains one of my favorite books!
I’m glad George is doing well. I can’t wait to see “Are you there God?” 50 years! You should be very proud!
Much love, Kiddo!
P.S., I, too, started tap dancing at 50! A socially acceptable way to stamp my feet.
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