You can find the books anywhere books are sold. "Are You There God? It's Me Margaret," "Freckle Juice," "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing," "Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great," "Superfudge," "Fudge-A-Mania," "Double Fudge"--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/daniellesreadingnook/support
Ah Judy Blume - we love you, we salute you and we thank you!! In this episode of the Mums' Night Out Podcast we discuss all things female - from first periods to menopause and all things in-between!! (For clarification - we are most definitely not experts on this topic and everything that we share is purely our own opinions based on our personal experiences! If this discussion triggers you to have any concerns about any area of your own health, please don't suffer in silence, go and speak with your doctor or at the very least, confide in someone you trust! Let's speak up about our health!If you don't know what we are talking about when we refer to the Judy Blume books then, firstly, you must be younger than us!! Secondly, you have to check them out!In this episode we touch briefly upon the scary rise of period poverty in this country. If you want to learn more about how you can help or you know someone who needs support in this area, I invite you to please check out The hygiene Bank who are doing incredible work supporting many vulnerable girls and women around the country.If you enjoyed the information we shared from the work of neuroscientist Dr Lisa Mosconi then make sure you check out this fascinating episode of the Women of Impact podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/neuroscientist-debunks-female-brain-myths-lisa-mosconi/id1435217865?i=1000558150395Mums' Night Out is hosted by Rachel, owner of Happy Cat Kids, an online children's toy & gift store and mum to Roxy (11) and Henry (6) and Sophie, primary school teacher and Mum to Amelia (11) and Daisy (6) .We hope you enjoy this episode, so that you don't miss out on any future episodes, be sure to subscribe and if you'd like to connect with us on social media them come and follow us at @mumsnightoutpodcast over on Facebook or Instagram.If you want to be the first to know about upcoming Mums' Night Out events then sign up to our email list here.You can also come over and join our growing community of like-minded Mums in our brand new Mums' Night Out Facebook group!So grab a glass of wine, stick in your headphones and let's have a Mums' night out...
SaysWhovians! Maureen and Dan are both up against some hard deadlines and couldn't get this week's episode recorded. But never fear! Maureen had an idea: Let's pull an episode from the Town Watch, our nearly-weekly bonus feed over on the Patreon, and share it with everyone!So, from April 4, 2021, here's an episode where Maureen tells the story of hanging out with Judy Blume at her home in Key West Florida. Judy Blume has had her books banned for decades now, is an inspiration to us all, and also exactly who you would hope she is. Enjoy and see you next week!
On this week's episode, Jules and Lex are joined once again by the wildly funny Nikki Frias. This time, Nikki's back to discuss the process of publishing her first book Does This Divorce Make Me Look Fat?: A Self-Help Guide to Getting Over it Already. Seriously B*tch. In 2016, Nikki's world was flipped upside down in a way she never anticipated. After taking the time to process and heal from her divorce, she wanted to share what she had learned so others wouldn't have to feel like they were alone, starting from zero. Her book helps find the funny side of grief, and reminds you that yes, girl - you really are that bitch. To keep up with Nikki, you can follow her at: Instagram: @girltellme_dotcom Online: Girltellme.com Interested in grabbing your own copy of Does This Divorce Make Me Look Fat? You can pick up your copy via Amazon or Barnes & Noble. Wanna hear what other weird sound effects Lex can make? Text us!: 707-892-0401 Be sure to keep up with The Peony at: Instagram: @thepeonypodcast Twitter: @thepeonypodcast TikTok: @thepeonypodcast Want to support the show? We're on Patreon! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-peony-podcast/support
21: Oops, All Culture Breaks! (Judy Blume's Superfudge)
Are You There, God? It's Me, Podcast.
Guys, we missed you SO MUCH. In fact, we are so excited to be talking with you (and each other) again that we took an inordinate number of Culture Breaks while we were recording. Topics for discussion: The Amazing Kreskin, Derry Girls, Ted Lasso, the merits of the Cricut vs other worthy hobbies, and the Beatles documentary.But don't worry! We still talk about Judy Blume's epic sequel to Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, Superfudge (1980), where evil Fudge Hatcher learns that words can hurt just as much as physical destruction. See: Ratface. Please like, subscribe, and share! Happy New Year, and Happy Second Season! In two weeks: Anastasia At Your Service, by Lois Lowry. See you soon!
For generations of readers, Judy Blume is an icon. Beginning in the late 1960s, her celebrated novels were formative for young readers and future writers alike. Her children’s stories, including Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, are funny, irreverent and riotous precursors to the blockbuster kids’ series of today. While her young adult books were beloved – and sometimes banned – for their free and frank depictions of puberty and sexuality. Judy joins the Festival from America to speak with Sophie Black about her books, which changed the lives of so many – including her own, the new challenges presented to young people today, and her life now happily running a bookstore on an island in Florida.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For generations of readers, the titles of her books are like the siren song of childhood: ARE YOU THERE GOD? IT'S ME, MARGARET. TALES OF A FOURTH GRADE NOTHING. TIGER EYES. And so many more. Judy Blume sits down for pandemic-era chat with fellow writer Kimberly Hensle Lowrance about the beloved author's late-in-life pivot to help open an independent bookshop in Key West. Hosted by Trisha Blanchet
12: Chairman Mao Has Prevailed (Judy Blume's Just As Long As We're Together)
Are You There, God? It's Me, Podcast.
Welcome to Episode 12, where our obsession with pre-"Pretty Woman" Richard Gere sets off a series of crazy culture breaks. It's all in the name of discussing Judy Blume's epic tale of middle school friendship, Just As Long As We're Together (1987). I mean, which poster of a middle-aged man would YOU tack on YOUR ceiling? Like what you hear? Please rate, subscribe, and tell a friend! Find us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (@AYTGpodcast), and send your reading suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.In two weeks: We FINALLY get to the bottom of the milk and mustard mystery with Fifth Grade Secrets, an out-of-print doozy by Janet Adele Bloss. See you then!!
E11 Special Episode — Tamora Pierce was Our Judy Blume: Sex (Ed) in YA Fantasy
Sex. Love. Literature.
In this special episode, we’re joined by the delightful Dr. Leah Phillips to chat Tamora Pierce’s lasting legacy on the landscape of young adult literature, especially as it relates to sex. Join us as we cover everything from Alanna’s first period, to the sex appeal of Nawat the crow man, to some magical butt stuff (lol). If you love the fantastical worlds of Tamora Pierce--or even just want to know more about what sex in YA fantasy has to do with real life--this is an SLL you don’t want to miss. You can find Dr. Phillips on Twitter (@Le_Phill) and the YA Studies Association on Twitter (@YAStudiesAssoc), or at https://yastudiesassociation.com/. Special shout out to the Let's Talk About Sex in YA Conference! (Twitter: @LTYSYAconf; https://letstalkaboutsexinya.thinkific.com) Don't forget to subscribe to Sex. Love. Literature! You can find us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @SexLoveLit. Skip to (4:10) for the beginning of the presentation.