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I am one of Judy Blumes' fans...I mean since i was a little girl myself...Just recently I babysitted a friends daughter and she had the new Judy Blume book...I was so excited to read it too her. She fell asleep and I continued to read the whole book. I wish i had a my son though loves when i read him Super Fudge... He is too young to understand but he loves it when i read it to him.
I need to collect all the books so i can keep them on hand for my son as well as
~Candice Cook~
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