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Judy Blume

09 May

The BookBimbo Chronicles

There are two things that prompted me to write about Judy Blume. The first was finding her book ‘Forever’ on my bookshelf from what felt like eons ago. The second was visiting the town where I spent my early teenage years for the first time in about a decade. ‘Forever’, a tiny little book with an orange cover, has never featured in my top books of all time list or anything of the like. But it did, along with other Judy Blume novels, remain memorable nonetheless.

Blume is well known for being one of the first teen authors to deal with issues such as sex, racism and religion in a way that young teens (in particular of the female variety) can easily relate to. The books have been banned in schools due to controversy on their subject matter and having read an article (which was actually from around 2005) about ‘Forever’ being…

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Posted by on May 9, 2012 in Books, Good Reads, Judy Blume

 

One response to “Judy Blume

  1. Samuel Snoek-Brown

    May 9, 2012 at 6:12 pm

    I love Judy Blume. I met her once, actually — she’s a wonderful, beautiful human being. 🙂

     

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