Reviews for Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret


AudioFile Reviews 1995 January
As Margaret adjusts to her family's move from New York City to a suburb in New Jersey, she chats with God about her insecurities and dreams. Laura Hamilton gives Margaret, the narrator of Judy Blume's popular novel, a convincing sixth-grader's voice--one that is perky and enthusiastic at one time and questioning and uncertain at another time. Upbeat and entertaining, this production is a perfect match of author and narrator. If listeners aren't already Judy Blume fans, they will be after enjoying this audiobook. C.R.A. Copyright 1999 AudioFile Reviews

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AudioFile Reviews 1998 April/May
As Margaret adjusts to her family's move from New York City to a suburb in New Jersey, she chats with God about her insecurities and dreams. Laura Hamilton gives Margaret, the narrator of Judy Blume's popular novel, a convincing sixth-grader's voice--one that is perky and enthusiastic at one time and questioning and uncertain at another time. Upbeat and entertaining, this production is a perfect match of author and narrator. If listeners aren't already Judy Blume fans, they will be after enjoying this audiobook. C.R.A. Copyright 1999 AudioFile Reviews

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BookPage Reviews 1997 December
Judy Blume's modern classic "Are You There God? It's Me Margaret" (3 hours, unabridged) is the perfect gift for girls teetering on the edge of teenage angst. Blume, whose honesty and savvy has made her one of the most popular YA authors ever, knows how to offer help, with a helping of humor.Reviewed by Sukey Howard. Copyright 1999 BookPage Reviews

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