From Publishers Weekly
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A classic and well written. Ms. Blume really did understand this age group.Published 3 days ago by Joyce Shor Johnson
This book was part of my childhood. Thanks so much Judy Blume! One of the very few books that I have over and over.Published 4 days ago by Faith
I read this when I was around 12 for the first time. Loved it. Read through several times more throughout my teenage years. Have to read again. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Lacey
Used to have an old copy my mom had for like 30 years but it got worn out. Bought this one to be able to pass down to my kids. Awesome story and the book quality was good as well.Published 9 days ago by nat clar
This Judy Blume book was very well done! It is great for girls going into 6th grade and up. Margaret ( the main character ) shows how she starts a new school and puberty. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Sai Shaw
I'm 66 years old and just read this book for the first time due to a summer library reading project. I loved it. It brought back so many memories.Published 11 days ago by Bev F
A tween classic. Bought for my 11yo, it gave her more insight about accepting herself and transitioning to a new school.Published 14 days ago by athena manning
I liked the fact that it introduced girls to what it feels like to grow up and lots of other things.Published 15 days ago by Tech Crazy in CT