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- Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing 5,273 copies, 112 reviews
- Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret 4,587 copies, 151 reviews
- Superfudge 4,119 copies, 53 reviews
- Summer Sisters 2,995 copies, 66 reviews
- Fudge-a-mania 2,762 copies, 17 reviews
- Freckle Juice 2,744 copies, 60 reviews
- Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great 2,548 copies, 21 reviews
- Double Fudge 2,479 copies, 26 reviews
- Forever... 2,285 copies, 104 reviews
- Blubber 2,117 copies, 38 reviews
- Starring Sally J. Freedman as Herself 1,149 copies, 16 reviews
- Then Again, Maybe I Won't 1,126 copies, 12 reviews
- Tiger Eyes 1,122 copies, 26 reviews
- Just as Long as We're Together 1,056 copies, 13 reviews
- Deenie 1,002 copies, 15 reviews
- Wifey 958 copies, 18 reviews
- It's Not the End of the World 858 copies, 15 reviews
- Iggie's House 843 copies, 6 reviews
- The One in the Middle Is the Green Kangaroo 680 copies, 10 reviews
- Smart Women 583 copies, 4 reviews
- Here's To You, Rachel Robinson 564 copies, 10 reviews
- The Pain and the Great One 549 copies, 15 reviews
- Soupy Saturdays with the Pain and the Great One 314 copies, 4 reviews
- Places I Never Meant To Be: Original Stories by Censored Writers 238 copies, 3 reviews
- Judy Blume's Fudge Box Set 150 copies, 1 review
- Cool Zone with the Pain and the Great One 120 copies, 4 reviews
- Going, Going, Gone! with the Pain and the Great One 109 copies, 3 reviews
- Letters to Judy: What Kids Wish They Could Tell You 99 copies, 2 reviews
- Friend or Fiend? with the Pain and the Great One 78 copies, 2 reviews
- It's Fine To Be Nine (Contributor) 74 copies
- BFF*: Two novels by Judy Blume--Just As Long As We're… 47 copies, 3 reviews
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Judy Blume has 3 upcoming events.
Judy Blume: In the Unlikely Event
Skip Viragh Center for the Arts at Chaminade College Preparatory Academy
Left Bank Books and Maryville Talks Books present bestselling and beloved author Judy Blume
, in conversation with Curtis Sittenfeld, author of Sisterland, to discuss her new novel for adults, In the Unlikely Event
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When a series of passenger airplanes crashed in Elizabeth, New Jersey within a three-month period in 1951-1952, Judy Blume was a teenager. Against this background, Blume uses her imagination to bring us the lives of three generations of families, friends, and strangers, who will be profoundly affected by these events, either directly or indirectly. We see them coping not only with grief but with first love, estranged parents, difficult friendships, familial obligations, divorce, career ambitions, a grandparent's love, a widower's hope, and everything in between. In the Unlikely Event is filled with the same warmth and authenticity that have won Blume the hearts and minds of readers of all generations. Brown Paper Tickets Ticket Widget Loading...
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Judy Blume (born Judy Sussman on February 12, 1938) is a popular American author. Blume's novels for children and teenagers were among the first to tackle such controversial matters as racism (Iggie's House), menstruation (Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret.), divorce (It's Not the End of the World), bullying (Blubber), masturbation (Deenie; Then Again, Maybe I Won't) and teen sex (Forever). Fans of Blume's novels have praised her use of real-life settings, ambivalent endings and gentle humor. Her allegedly ambiguous treatment of moral issues made her at one time a regular target of school library censors and the religious right. Her books are still often challenged in school libraries; in fact, Forever was the second most challenged book of 2005, according to the American Library Association. She is recognized as one of the most banned children's authors in the United States which eventually led her to edit a collection of short stories about censorship (Places I Never Meant to Be: Original Stories by Censored Writers). Despite ardent attempts at censorship Blume's young adult novels and books for children have sold 80 million copies world wide. Blume has also published adult fiction.
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