There’s more to see...
Sign up to discover and save different things to try in 2015.
Visit Site
  • Angela Manus

    Classic Judy Blume! (I feel that every little girl should read this book.)

  • Regina Renfro

    Classic Judy Blume One of my favorite books growing up...

  • Denise Barkhurst

    Judy Blume just got teenage girls. Zoe and I read Sheila the Great a couple years ago.

  • Karli Rodriguez

    This is a book I never read but I remember others talked about it being a good book.

  • Angie Allen

    Classic Judy Blume...ohhhhh, the childhood memories of escaping into the world of books - and this one was so taboo at the time!

  • Sally Salgado Cano

    Classic Judy Blume--- my first teen book that I loved in 5th grade ---

Related Pins

Wow, I read that book because someone in 5th or 6th grade suggested I read it.....My mom took it away from me. It wasn't my fault. I didn't know what the book was about before I read it.....

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

Are You There, God? It's Me, Margaret. Who survived tween years without Judy Blume? :)

  • Esi

    One of my favorite books as a kid along with Superfudge and Blubber :)

Read a Good Book Jackson County: What is your favorite kid's book? JCPL Seymour Branch Staff Picks

Deenie by Judy Blume - I think I was scared of having scoliosis for months after having read this book.

Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret.

See all 10 comments

The audio books of these are great to listen to for the whole family. We laughed our way through the entire series. We listened to them,then my kids wanted to read them. We've read all of her books,pretty much all of them are a thumbs up. It is written from a 4th graders point of view and Tales Of A Fourth Grade Nothing is the first in the series.

"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

"Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret" by Judy Blume - This book had a huge effect on me when I was 12 or 13. Judy Blume could write so well!

BOOKS | I miss the old school - When The 80s Rocked And The 90s Kicked Serious Ass!

Superfudge. Used to think Peter on the cover was kinda cute. Wish I still had my original copy.