The first of many Judy Blume books - this is actually really sad...

17 Banned Books You Read As A Child

I love Judy Blume. Blubber was one of my all time favorite Blume books, but I loved them all! I'll bet I have read this book at least 50 times. Thanks Judy Blume!

Superfudge-1980  It's hard enough to have an impossible little brother like Fudge, but now there's a new baby coming. And if this baby is anything like Fudge, that's it – Peter is moving out!

Superfudge

Superfudge by Judy Blume- loved reading this book when I was a kid!

I love Judy Blume and this is the 1st to become a movie coming out in June!

Tiger Eyes: Cuando Los Lagartijos Corren

As a teen, this was my favorite Judy Blume book. Tiger Eyes, by Judy Blume

Are You There, God? It's Me, Margaret.  I read this like 35 times.  Then I read WIFEY as an adult by the same author.  Wifey was much better:)

Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret: How Have I Not Written About This Book Yet?

"I believe that censorship grows out of fear, and because fear is contagious, some parents are easily swayed. Book banning satisfies their need to feel in control of their children's lives. This fear is often disguised as moral outrage. They want to believe that if their children don't read about it, their children won't know about it. And if they don't know about it, it won't happen." -Judy Blume

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Judy Blume - Born Judith Sussman (Elizabeth, NJ) ) American writer of books for children and young adults.

In the Unlikely Event - Judy Blume. Shopswell | Shopping smarter together.™

In the Unlikely Event - Judy Blume

In her highly anticipated new novel, Judy Blume, the New York Times # 1 best-selling author of Summer Sisters and of young adult classics such as A.

Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Blume . . . The first of the "Fudge" books, Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Blume largely deals with the relationship of a fourth-grader, Peter, and his younger brother, Fudge. Reading aloud gives plenty of opportunity for talking and provides discussion points for talking about relationships with siblings.

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Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Blume . The first of the "Fudge" books, Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Blume largely deals with the relationship of a fourth-grader, Peter, and his younger brother, Fudge. Reading aloud gives plenty of

I'm pretty sure every girl reads this book at some point- I am going to bring it out for my grade 4 daughter soon

Books Worth Reading / This book started my love for Judy Blume. I gave it to my niece on her or birthday- she graduates from high school this year- and it remains one of her favorites as well. My fav when middle school.

One of my favorite Judy Blume books, along with Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, Fudge, Superfudge, Blubber, and of course, Are you there God, It's me Margaret. We must, we must, we must increase our bust!!!!  Classic!

I loved reading Judy Blume books *I love that Ashtons' third grade class is reading this!

This article discusses the controversy in a few of Judy Blume's novels. Her books may be controversial due to the topics of sex, menstruation, masturbation and religion. Yet, many believe her novels should still be accessible for young adults at school.   Adolescence, literature and censorship. (n.d.). Retrieved January 28, 2015, from http://www.neoamericanist.org/paper/adolescence-literature-and-censorship-unpacking-controversy-surrounding-judy-blume-szymanski Elyssa Zemel

This article discusses the controversy in a few of Judy Blume's novels. Her books may be controversial due to the topics of sex, menstruation, masturbation and religion. Yet, many believe her novels should still be accessible for young adults at school. Adolescence, literature and censorship. (n.d.). Retrieved January 28, 2015, from http://www.neoamericanist.org/paper/adolescence-literature-and-censorship-unpacking-controversy-surrounding-judy-blume-szymanski Elyssa Zemel

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