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Starring Sally J. Freedman as Herself (1977)

de Judy Blume

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While spending the winter of 1947-48 in Miami Beach with her family, ten-year-old Sally makes up stories, casts herself in starring roles in movies, and encounters a sinister stranger.
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I am on a Judy Blume kick as of late. I didn't have time to read a lot of the popular YA when I was young, due to overwhelming amounts of school work. So I am taking a trip back in time and re-reading a lot of the older YA classics from the 60's-80's, (thanks to Shelf Discovery by By Lizzie Skurnick for many suggestions).

This was a cute story, I loved the voice of Sally J., a curious little girl with lots of spunk. She has lots of questions and a great imagination. ( )
  Emily_Harris | Dec 22, 2020 |
I don't remember a lot about this one, beyond the fact that I definitely read it as a kid. ( )
  Tara_Calaby | Jun 22, 2020 |
this review is for the audiobook edition, narrated by judy blume.

never mind whether or not AITA... I AM! because i am about to say something i never thought i would say... i didn't love judy blume narrating her own story.

i said what i said.

this book was so important to me in my childhood. it brought so many issues and ideas to light, while feeding into my curiosities about the world beyond my front door. i must have read my copy of the novel hundreds of times. it fell apart from so many page turns. and i still consider this one of my favourite stories. when it came across my library radar as available in audiobook, i couldn't resist. and i am glad i gave it a listen. it was still very enjoyable, and while set just post-WWII, and came out in 1977, it manages to feel like a story as relevant today as it was when i read it so many years ago.

here's the weird thing, all the way through the listening, all i could think is 'i wish kristin chenoweth was narrating this story!' then i went down a rabbit hole of thinking about having more broadway performers getting into the audiobook game. good lord, that would be incredible.

anyway, judy is the grandmother, or mother, we wish we all could have. her stories have been touchstones in children's reading lives for 40+ years. she writes on weighty subjects, and treats kids like human beings, never ever writing down to them, or anyone else. i will stan judy blume until the day i die, and i hope - if you have children in your life - you share her amazing oeuvre with them. ( )
  JooniperD | May 18, 2019 |
Laugh-out-loud funny, especially if you were raised Jewish. ( )
  chaosfox | Feb 22, 2019 |
I love Judy Blume for writing these wonderful books where the whole plot is just growing up and living life. This book is about Sally Freedman, a ten-year-old Jewish girl who is growing up just after the end of World War II; she moves to Florida with her mom and brother for her brother’s health and misses New York and her father a lot.

Blume has said that this is her most autobiographical work, and it shows in its full-colored, multi-layered portrayal of Sally’s life at ten years old. Sally is just in that stage where she’s starting to learn about some of life’s complexities, but she doesn’t quite understand everything perfectly and it is charming and heartwearming to read about her adventures and dreams. I especially loved how crushes and romance are handled in this story–at once sweet and hilarious.

Friendships are also handled wonderfully in this. Sally has to struggle with keeping in touch with old friends in New York, but also fitting in with her new school and trying to make new friends. It’s so relatable and reading it as an adult, I got a lot of nostalgia/enjoyment out of reading about the squabbles that turn into end-of-the-world, friendship-ending dramas. It’s all just so relatable.

This is a wonderful, fast, light read that is pure Judy Blume goodness.

Also posted on Purple People Readers. ( )
  sedelia | Jan 2, 2019 |
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