This article discusses the controversy in a few of Judy Blume's novels. Her books may be controversial due to the topics of sex, menstruation, masturbation and religion. Yet, many believe her novels should still be accessible for young adults at school. Adolescence, literature and censorship. (n.d.). Retrieved January 28, 2015, from http://www.neoamericanist.org/paper/adolescence-literature-and-censorship-unpacking-controversy-surrounding-judy-blume-szymanski Elyssa Zemel
One of my favorite Judy Blume books, along with Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, Fudge, Superfudge, Blubber, and of course, Are you there God, It's me Margaret. We must, we must, we must increase our bust!!!! Classic!
Judy Blume Forever: One of the most beloved and banned authors, Judy Blume wrote adolescence like no other. Cristen and Caroline investigate how Judy Blume's real life intersected with her fictional books, censorship activism and feminism. | Stuff Mom Never Told You
What Judy Blume’s Books Meant By ALEXANDRA ALTER and KATHRYN SHATTUCK. New York Times, JUNE 1, 2015. EA. Judy Blume's book in our library: http://catalog.lioninc.org/search/?searchtype=a&SORT=D&searcharg=blume%2C+judy&searchscope=43