Oh me too, me too, me too!
I went to a very strict private school when this book was popular. We used to sneak it from one friend to the next! Of course, I was the one who got caught. And when the principal read a segment to me with a disapproving tone, I expressed horror and said that I'd not gotten to that part yet! Oh Margaret, you were a part of all our lives for a while.
Happy to see you discovered the Persephone Books (your previous post – How To Run Your Home Without Help) as mentioned in one of my comments.
They are so delightful – the best however is: One Fine Day by Molly Panter-Downes, who happens to be my great aunt!
Oh Alison, This was my all time favorite book as a girl. My friends and I would dog ear our book pages to read together and giggle!Amy at Abundant Curiosities
Oh Alison, This was my all time favorite book as a girl. My friends and I would dog ear our book pages to read together and giggle!
Amy at Abundant Curiosities
Off topic, I know, but Alison sweetie, I don't think you are getting my emails (unless I have upset you, of course!) but I discovered a fantastic website http://www.edwardmonkton.com go look at his gallery, especially the chocolate and shoes pictures….love Mimi x x x
I love Judy Blume books as a young girl and now I adore sharing her with my own daughter. Such a lovely tradition to pass on!
Me too! 🙂
If it hadn't been for Judy Blume, I wouldn't not know anything and that's no exaggeration.
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