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Judy Blume is my favorite author my mom even loves her books Judy Blume ever comes to River Creek Virginia I will totally be there I love youPublished 7 days ago by sharon koorbusch
I Hated this book. Initially I was so excited to read it aloud to my children. I mean, a fun book with a lesson about bullying? Yay! No. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
A great funny book, that you can connect to in many ways. It leaves many of the chapters with cliff hangers.Published 4 months ago by Jamie toadvine
Judy Blume is seriously one of my favorite authors from my child/teen days.Published 4 months ago by Holly Rayburn
It's the same as all of Blume's other books, amazing, spine-chilling, emotional... but I think this book beats the restPublished 5 months ago by Natania Leow En-Qi
I love it that's why I choose this rating even though it had cursing in it and it's funny & coolPublished 5 months ago by vernica w
Blubber's name is really Linda. She is not an obese child. She is a bit fluffy and meek. These characteristics make her an easy mark to pick on. Read morePublished 7 months ago by as
The thing I loved about it was that you were right about bullies. Kids don't tell there parents and I acually don't tell my parents. 2. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Marty Martin MD