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To celebrate Judy Blume turning 80, a slew of celebs are gathering at Symphony Space to celebrate the iconic author. Samantha Bee, Tavi Gevinson, "Difficult People" star Julie Kausner, "Glee" alum.
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When I was a kid I loved to read Judy Blume books: Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, Blubber, Deenie, Freckle Juice, Superfudge. They addressed themes and issues other books I was reading at the time.
. one of the country’s most beloved children’s authors has her fans wondering which of her books will get the Hollywood treatment. Superfudge author Judy Blume asked her Twitter followers "which of.
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It’s been nearly 50 years since US author Judy Blume published her groundbreaking. "It was the summer before I started sixth grade and the book blew my pre-adolescent mind," she says. "[Blume’s].
The women, and even a few men, of so many ages line the hallway of her publisher’s offices, waiting to hold her hand, to claim an autograph, to envelop themselves in her latest work. To them, she is.
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“Once upon a time, there were lots of picture books for children but not many stories for young-adult readers,” The Wall Street Journal’s Brenda Cronin writes. “Then along came Judy Blume. In the.
Judy Blume tops the charts as the best-selling author of children’s books today. Many younsters read and reread her books with an insatiable appetite that has sent sales soaring into the millions. Her.
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The list of great books that haven’t yet been adapted is, of course, even longer than that. The stories of Judy Blume, for instance. it’s not difficult to see an author as popular as Blume produce.
Tiger Eyes was my favorite Judy Blume book. I read it over and over again—so many times that my mom bought me several copies. I hadn’t lost my father to a violent death, but he was absent, and had.
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Author Judy Bloom’s books have sold more than 85 million copies. But in the meantime we’re guessing a whole bunch of dog-eared Judy Blume books will be coming out of retirement again. If you’ve got.
In honor of Judy Blume’s 80th birthday, NPR broadcast an interview with the author, in which she weighed in on the #MeToo movement and whether or not she was able to separate art from the artist.
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