The Judy Blume Quiz

For many girls around the world, Judy Blume books served as an introduction to the wonders of womanhood, though many of us did not fully understand the meaning of what we read until years later ("Special spot?" Can you be more specific?)

Let's find out how much you remember about the JB books you might have stolen from your older sister.

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In Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret, what song did Margaret and her friends sing in order to increase their feminine assets?
Give me breasts or give me death!
I will be good for womanhood!
I must, I must, I must increase my bust!
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Why do Judy Blume fans blush when they hear the name “Ralph”?
That was the line of Margaret’s sanitary napkins
That was what Michael (in Forever) named his penis
That was the guy who Sheila the great was dared to kiss
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What theme gained Deenie a respectable spot on the American Library Association list of the 100 Most Frequently Challenged Books?
Drug abuse
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To whom did Judy Blume dedicate the teenage divorce guide It’s Not the End of the World?
Her high school sweetheart
Her step-daughter
Her soon to be ex-husband
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What is the name of the elevator operator in the Fudge books?
Jimmy Fargo
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What was Blubber forced to eat in front of the whole class?
Meat that wasn't kosher
A chocolate-covered ant
A piece of chalk
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What was the fate of Mr. Zavodsky, Sally J. Freedman’s neighbor who was possibly also Adolf Hitler?
He died of a heart attack
He was arrested by Interpol
He was Hitler
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How did the phone ring at Sally J. Freedman’s house?
Three short rings
1 long ring, 2 short rings
2 long rings, 1 short ring
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Fudge had a pet myna bird named Uncle Feather. What was the bird's famous line?
Bonjour, stupid!
Aloha, dummy!
Sionara, sucker!
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In Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great, what was Mouse Ellis known for?
She had a swimming pool at her house
She was the town’s Yo-Yo champion
She had lost a toe in an accident when she was a baby
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In Just as Long as We’re Together, what does Stephanie name her make-believe boyfriend, based on her Richard Gere poster?
Benjamin Moore
Colonel Sanders
Johnnie Walker