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    • Cassondra

      Judy Blume books: Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. I remember pitying poor Peter, especially when Fudge ate his turtle!

    • Ralph Hall

      Judy Blume books: Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing:The One that started it all with Superfudge!...A great start to one great series of books!

    • Allison McCabe

      Judy Blume books: Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, Deenie, Blubber . . .this book was a game changer for my young son. Thanks to my old assistant, Wendy, who recommended it for him.

    • Kimberly 🌷

      A teacher read this book to my class. It was my first of many Judy Blume books that I loved.

    • Mary Ann Borders Blair

      Judy Blume books are you there God it's me Margaret was my favorite book of hers.

    • Susan Gildehaus

      I love Judy Blume's kids' books. I was not impressed with her books for adults.

    • Loura Oswald

      Judy Blume books - my childhood favorites.

    • Gina Rix

      Judy Blume books - Childhood memory

    • Amy Redshaw

      Judy Blume books-Love!

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    Superfudge by Judy of the 1st books I remember reading. Loved Judy Blume!

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    Judy Blume's Blubber. I so remember loving this book.

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    VC Andrews - Flowers in the Attic//I remember reading this in middle school...kinda racy for that age

    Little Golden Books :)

    Nancy Drew! Had every book

    TWIKI from Buck Rogers in the 25th Century

    Remember looking for your name in the phone book?

    no telling how many hours I spent with Elizabeth & Jessica...I have read every single book! I think the author is even coming out with a new one soon about their adult lives.

    remember when we could occupy ourselves with just a piece of string?