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Something for Joey
Judy Blume's Best Books of All Time
Are You There God? Itâ€™s Me Margaret , Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing and Superfudge are some excellent books for preteens and young adults. From moving, to starting new schools, among many of lifeâ€™s changes and challenges that young people face, these b
Judy Blume has always been an excellent author who relates to preteens and young adults. My three favorite novels by her when I was growing up were: Are You There God? It's Me Margaret, Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing , and Superfudge. They were my favorites because of the realistic characters and approaches to everyday situations that are relevant to teens. Hopefully one day all of these books can be turned into movies.
Are You There God? It's Me Margaret is a story about a girl nearing puberty whose family moves to a new town. She soon discovers more about herself in under a year than she dreamt possible. As with many teens, she tries to fit in with her new friends, and also maintain a close relationship with her Grandmother, despite her parent's best efforts at keeping them apart, so Margaret thinks. Will Margaret find happiness in her new life? It's anyone's guess.
Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing is about a boy named Peter Hatcher who has a mischievous little brother, Fudge, who is ALWAYS getting into everything. Peter not only had to worry about himself, but he also had to worry about Fudge, especially since Fudge ate his pet turtle. This story has many antics about Fudge's mishaps including busting out his front teeth and angering his Dad's client.
Superfudge , a sequel to the book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. is about a boy named Peter Hatcher who goes through the trials and tribulations of having a little brother who is always into everything. Fudge has not lost his touch, and now that he's older, more people get the true Fudge experience that will leave you laughing. If that isn't enough, everything in Peter's world is about to be changed. He is faced with some major decisions which can be exciting. Will he be able to handle all the adjustments that is being thrown his way, or will he succumb to the everyday pressures that await him?
Are You There God? It's Me Margaret , Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing and Superfudge are some excellent books for preteens and young adults. From moving, to starting new schools, among many of life's changes and challenges that young people face, these books have it all. It is clear that Blume can relate to children and young adults through her writing. When reading these books, you really get the sense that you are there seeing the events unfold.