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Literary
  • Author:
    Judy Blume
  • ISBN:
    033034532X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0330345323
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  • Publisher:
    Macmillan Children's Books; New edition edition (1996)
  • Subcategory:
    Literary
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Letters to Judy: What Kids Wish They Could Tell You is a book published by Judy Blume in 1986. It is not a novel, but a collection of letters from children with responses from Blume.

Letters to Judy: What Kids Wish They Could Tell You is a book published by Judy Blume in 1986. Blume quotes correspondence she receives asking for advice, written by readers of her children's books, boys and girls who feel unable to confide in their parents.

Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret. is a 1970 book by Judy Blume, typically categorized as a young adult novel, about a sixth-grade girl who has grown up without a religious affiliation, due to her parents' interfaith marriage.

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The Lanz nightgown was at the top of Miri’s wish list, not that Miri had told her in so many words, but Rusty knew.

For middle-grade readers. Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret. Then Again, Maybe I Won’t. The Lanz nightgown was at the top of Miri’s wish list, not that Miri had told her in so many words, but Rusty knew. All the girls had Lanz nightgowns. She’d seen that in the photo from Natalie’s slumber party, with four of them in Lanz and Miri in ordinary pajamas.

Judy's most personal book. Letters from her readers tied together with autobiographical details. Not an easy one. The original hardcover was called Letters to Judy: What Your Kids Wish They Could Tell You. I thought it might take me six months to compile the letters I wanted to use in this book from the many thousands I'd received over the years. Instead it took three years-three emotionally draining, gut wrenching, years. When the paperback came out a year later we changed it to: Letters to Judy: What Kids Wish They Could Tell You. Dedication. To all the young people who have written, sharing their lives with me.

The Judy Blume Diary is an activity book meant to be written in for approximately one year by aspiring writers. In 1981, Judy Blume created the book to finance her KIDS Fund, which promotes communication between children and their parents. The Suitcase Kid is a children's novel written by Jacqueline Wilson and illustrated by Nick Sharratt. The story focuses upon a young girl, Andy, caught between her warring parents' bitter divorce, and the determination Andy has to get her parents back together

Format: HardcoverVerified Purchase. Love Judy Blume!! She's an awesome writer. It is wonderful to read letters from young girls. 3 people found this helpful.

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Judy Blume has said that the character of Margaret was inspired by her own experiences in sixth grade. Like Margaret, Blume did not physically mature at the same rate as her classmates, tried exercises to get her bust to grow. Like Margaret, Blume had "a personal relationship with God". Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret is a 1970 book by Judy Blume, typically categorized as a young adult novel, about a sixth-grade girl who has grown up without a religious affiliation, due to her parents' interfaith marriage.

Letters to Judy : What Your Kids Wish They Could Tell Yo. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 20 years ago. Judy Blume's empathy for children is obvious in this compilation of letters she's received over the years

Letters to Judy : What Your Kids Wish They Could Tell You. by Judy Blume. Judy Blume's empathy for children is obvious in this compilation of letters she's received over the years. The book is at once funny and heartbreaking, and serves to remind the reader of their own childhood -- It's easy to forget the magnitude of problems at school, with parents, with friends, etc etc. And this book brings it all back.

The letters come from youngsters 10 years old through the teens and tell about specific problems most of which Blume has addressed in her novels. Some of these kids are loners rejected by peers; others feel neglected at home or hurt by divorce. A divorced mother herself, Blume is sympathetic to the young people who write to her and sympathizes with parents as well; she intends this book to help them become more aware of their children's needs.


just one girl
Love Judy Blume!! She's an awesome writer.
Jack
This book is old, but I knew that buying it. It is wonderful to read letters from young girls. Some are funny, some are sad. I love the book and are telling others about it.