Watch and Listen: Video: Page 3
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On Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Will Arnett did a dramatic reading from a passage of Judy’s coming-of-age classic Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret. Praying for boobs sounds scarier when he does it.
July 20, 2009
For the inauguration of the Free Speech Leadership Council, A Conversation with Toni Morrison, the Nobel-prize winning author discussed book censorship and the power of reading with Judy.
June 3, 2009
Judy delivered the 11th annual lecture to honor Charlotte Zolotow, distinguished children’s book editor for 38 years and author of more than 65 picture books. Note: Judy’s talk begins 8:30 seconds into video.
October 15, 2008
Presented by Object in LA. Via a live Video Chat, Judy participates in a celebration of readings, performances and reflections. Includes Candypants singing their hit single Dry Your Judy Blume Tears.
September 19, 2008
Judy taking Bruce Moore’s tap class.
Judy joins a fan on the sliding board in a San Francisco park.
Accepting the National Book Foundation’s Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. Click here for transcript of Judy’s talk.
Named Woman of the Year
“Young at Heart” a conversation with Jeffrey Brown about writing books for young people and receiving the National Book Foundation’s Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters.
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Judy visiting her high school alma mater (now a middle school) in Elizabeth, NJ.
Judy answers questions from fourth grade children at Trevor Day School, NY during Double Fudge Tour.
On the occasion of publishing the latest book in the series, Judy talks about Double Fudge and the entire series and how she came to write another book about Fudge — 30 years later. Includes some early video footage of Judy.
Deep archive cut from SCWBI’s Vault of Judy live in conversation.
Judy was a guest on CBC’s daytime current-affairs program Take 30. She spoke with host Harry Brown about Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret and the letters she got from kids. “When they write to me, they say, ‘I know you don’t know me, but you wrote this book about me,'” she said. “It has to do with feelings, I think, and emotion.”
November 10, 1980
Jaqueline Schacter, Temple University Associate Professor-Emerita of children’s literature, created a series of half-hour interviews with leading authors which were initially viewed by Temple University’s Children’s Literature classes. Judy’s interview with Jaqueline was in 1973.