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No one ever told Margaret Simon that eleven-going-on- twelve would be such a hard age. When her family moves to New Jersey, she has to adjust to life in the suburbs, a different school, and a whole new group of friends. Margaret knows she needs someone to talk to about growing up-and it’s not long before she’s found a solution. Are you there God? It’s me, Margaret. I can’t wait until two o’clock God. That’s when our dance starts. Do you think I’ll get Philip Leroy for a partner? It’s not so much that I like him as a person God, but as a boy he’s very handsome. And I’d love to dance with him… just once or twice. Thank you God.

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Comments on: "Are you there, God? It’s me, Margaret – Judy Blume" (3)

  1. Ella A said:

    This book keeps to laughing the whole way through. Its about a Girl Named Margaret has just moved to Farbrook ,New Jersey. She gets new friends and her life changes through the whole book not just socially but physically. She gets a few worries throughout the book and starts to talk to God.
    This book i would recommend, if you like to her embarrassing moments and funny jokes. Please do read this. It just never gets BORING!
    Would say this is a very girly book and would be a good read from an eleven year old to your late teens.
    Hope you give this book a try!

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  2. I strongly recommend this book to anybody who wants a girly book
    I really enjoyed this book and didn’t want to but it down.
    most of this book will relate to most girls in 7 and 8
    anybody who has read this will know what I mean . I dont really like girly books but love reading the Judy Bloom series you will love it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. This is a great girly book, about girls and their teenage years, and all of the different experiences they go through, between friends, and how they deal with the changes of being a teenage girl. At times it is quite funny and its a book that you could read more than once because it doesn’t get boring. I would recommend this book to teenage girls that like girly books and like to read about interesting situations. I really enjoyed reading it and I hope that some of you give it a go.

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