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Judy Blume

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Books by Judy Blume
It's Not the End of the World (2002)
4.03 of 5 Votes: 4
A fairly realistic story of how a marriage disintegrates and blows an entire family apart, hurting every single member of the family, especially when immature parents and other adult relatives are involved in the process. While this story may display family dysfunction quite accurately, it certa...
Double Fudge (2007)
3.94 of 5 Votes: 2
The book I am read is the 4th book of Farley Drexel Hatcher a.k.a Fudge: Double Fudge. In Chapter one, Fudge ask Peter a question about Money and he becomes obsessed with money. Then one day, Fudge asks Shelia Tubbman: Peter's sworn enemy, how much money she got. It wasn't a polite thing to say a...
Freckle Juice (1988)
3.78 of 5 Votes: 4
tThe teacher I currently T.A. for introduced me to this book when we were looking for a new read a-loud to do during our daily 10 minute snack time. I had of course heard of Judy Blume, but never of this book, Freckle Juice. It was a perfect book to read during our snack time because it exposed t...
Iggie's House (2002)
3.62 of 5 Votes: 3
Iggie’s House by Judy Blume is a children’s novel. It is a realistic fiction novel that focuses on the themes of friendship and racism. The novel is from the perceptive of Winifred Barringer and is set in the 1970‘s Winnie has trouble coping with her best friend, Iggie moving away to Japan, and ...
Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret (2001)
3.88 of 5 Votes: 1
"Are you there God?  It's me, Margaret.  We're moving today.  I'm so scared God.  I've never lived anywhere but here.  Suppose I hate my new school?  Suppose everybody there hates me? Please help me God.  Don't let New Jersey be too horrible.  Thank you. We moved on the Tuesday before Labor Day....
Summer Sisters (2006)
3.81 of 5 Votes: 5
Starting with the things I liked, I appreciated the book for it's nostalgic factor and being a quick, light read. It was seasonally appropriate and took me down memory lane in more ways than one...reminiscing about how complicated teenage female relationships can be and how people who know you in...
Starring Sally J. Freedman as Herself (2000)
3.96 of 5 Votes: 3
I thought about giving this a five, and it might deserve one.This is Judy Blume's best book. It's written for a younger crowd than her Puberty books, and Sally's concerns lie in the elementary school horrors of shame and embarrassment and trying to fit in. These are conveyed spectacularly well, a...
Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great (2007)
3.92 of 5 Votes: 4
Genre: Nonfiction Children's bookAge: 8+ years oldSummary: Another addition to the Fudge books follows Peter’s nemesis, Sheila Tubman. This fun-loving book looks at who Sheila really is, the outgoing bright Sheila the Great that she shows the world, or the Sheila she is in private who is afraid o...
Smart Women (2005)
3.42 of 5 Votes: 2
My first Judy Blume novel ever. So I don't know how it compares with her other works. I read the book quickly and finished it. It was easy-to-read and the characters didn't surprise you too much. What you expected to happen, happened. In that way, it was one of those comforting reads, a story abo...
Just as Long as We're Together (2001)
4.04 of 5 Votes: 5
Goodreads doesn't have the book cover in hardcover that I'm reading. They only had it as Audio CD. Grrr.I haven't read a Judy Blume book in 30+ years, and that was the risky Wifey (at the time) that I hid because I was still living at home with my parents. Not that my mother would had probably kn...
Deenie (1993)
3.75 of 5 Votes: 2
The story of a young teen girl whose mother is obsessed with her becoming a model, believing her facial beauty to be the only way she'll ever be able to support herself in life. Mom's shallowness even extends to blaming her daughter any time a modeling gig is not successfully obtained. Eventual...
Fudge-a-Mania (2004)
4.17 of 5 Votes: 5
This is the 3rd book of Judy Blume's moderately famous series of Fudge. Frankly I read about the series by the time I was ravaging through my Wimpy Kid box set and I took a note to read some of this series when I get a chance. So, why the 3rd book? Well, because when I happened to go to my usual ...
Blubber (2015)
3.77 of 5 Votes: 1
I first read this book when I was 9 and loved it and laughed in spite of myself. I knew it was very mean and cruel. As I reached the climax I suddenly realized that what was happening in the book to the victims (Linda "Blubber" and later Jill) was happening to me all the time with my groups of fr...
Superfudge (2007)
3.79 of 5 Votes: 6
"Superfudge" by Judy Blume was a good book. I liked it, because it was an easy read, and also funny. Peter is the oldest sibling in the house. Fudge is Peters little brother. Peter and Fudge like each other, but as siblings, they don't really get along. Peters mom and dad want to have a talk with...
Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing (2004)
4.54 of 5 Votes: 2
This is a book that I read as an eight year-old kid, and now I have read it with my own 8 year-old son for the Oregon Battle of the Books contest. I enjoyed this just as much the second time around, and my son loved it as he has a much younger sibling and can relate to Peter's frustrations. Als...
BFF*: Just As Long As We're Together / Here's to You, Rachel Robinson (2007)
4.23 of 5 Votes: 1
----I read the two novels consecutively so I'll just talk about them as if they are one book (and in my case, they are indeed a one book since I had the twin edition)------*Out of the three friends, I like Rachel Robinson the most. She has the most interesting personality. She's compulsively neat...
Tiger Eyes (2005)
3.86 of 5 Votes: 1
I read plenty of Judy Blume books growing up. I don't think many people would argue against she's a talented writer. I've always enjoyed her works and Tiger Eyes is no exception. In this story Davis (Davey) for short is trying the sort through the sudden, tragic loss of her young father. He wa...
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