Then Again, Maybe I Won't

Then Again, Maybe I Won't

by Judy Blume
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Then Again, Maybe I Won't 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 52 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found out about this book in another book 'Twelve' by Lauren Myracle and this book is great!Both of them!Also other books that are also great mentioned in Twelve are 'Are you there god,its me margaret' by judy blume and The thorn Birds.I am eleven years old.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just found out that Judy Blume doesn't just write good books for girls, but for boys as well. This book I am talking about is called Then Again; Maybe I Won't By Judy Blume. This book is about a thirteen year old guy named Tony. Tony is just an average kid growing up in Jersey City. Tony's problem is that his family is in deep financial trouble. So in desperation to feed his family, Tony's dad, an electrician, patens one of his inventions, and was successful. So now the book starts off. Tony has now moved to a rich suburban neighborhood, where he makes friends with a guy his age named Joel. Joel acts like an angel to every adult in a fifty mile radius of him. The truth is that Joel is a wild child. A drinking, stealing, pier pressure using, wild child. (Only to kids around his age.) Also Joel has a smoking hot sister named Lisa. Then the story unravels with many surprises in it. I like the way that Judy Blume writes by explaining the deep, dark, and true secrets of the male mind. I also like the way that she writes by giving you a friend. One who knows your pain and what you are going through at this stage of life. I am not alone when I read this book. I like the way she talks about things like why we wear rain coats, what we do in math class, and what bird-watching really means, and, especially, our dreams. Now I see why girls like Judy Blume so much.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I learned about this book when I read the book twelve. I saw the titles and tried out are you there god it me margaret this book and Forever! They were all such great book! I'm 11 and I totally enjoyed it because it helped understand that boys go through weird stuff too! Loved it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I couldnt put it down! i have read all off her books and i have to say i think this one is the best, it says all about a guys teenage life and what its like for him
Guest More than 1 year ago
From the time I read this book some twenty years ago, it has always amazed me how Judy Blume could somehow see exactly what was going on in the confused mind of a thirteen year old boy. This, along with the title noted below, is a must-read for anybody who suffered through the difficulty of puberty and growing up. I have no problem saying that these two books greatly helped me become the man I am today. I realized that I wasn't alone in those sweet agonies, someone else understood!
Guest More than 1 year ago
hey this book was outstanding!! judy bloom is a awesome writer!! ever since i read, Dear God Its Me Margeret. I loved to read judy bloom books!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read Then Again,Maybe I Won't the second time! It was interesting.And when he had a dirty mind watching Lisa undressed.I'm still gonna get Forever... to read!
Guest More than 1 year ago
'Then Again, Maybe I Won't' is just another clear example of the many books Judy Blume does. She writes GRRRRREAT, real books. In fact, I'm not even done with the book yet, and I love it from the first page til now.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its grreat! LOL
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good book for girls and boys.
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This book doesn't do any such thing. LOL!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was just wondering, is this novel appropriate for girls? I know Judy Blume is a fantastic author, but this novel is sort of a coming of age story with a teenage boy, so if you have any insight on this, could you please reply to PINKIEPIE. Thanks for your help.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
How much pages? Adress to "pages" thankssssss i know its about 8===D
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Omg im hafl way through and its good so far! Not many pepole brlive my faimlys rich so i understand his story:(
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is reall awesome i can relate to it alot except i dont spie on people while they change
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I read this book and if you want to know how old i am i wi tell you i am 9 years old and i thought this book was very good it was about a boy named tony and he moves out of his hometown and goes to a very fancy neighborhood and meets this kid named Joel who looks like a good boy but he really is a shoplifter and Joel's sister lisa is in her room one day and tony can see her out of his window he even sees her geting undressed every night and on top of that there is tony n grandma who can't speak and will not come down from her room beacuse there is a mail who want to take grandma's place of chef of the house this book is very good i recomend it to any one and i also read forever
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book was short for me i'm an advanced reader but overall the book was pretty good
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book sounds really good i have been a fan of blum since i found out about her in first grade and now im going into fourth grade i have read all of her fudge books (and sheila the great i don't know if that counts) and loved them all if you ar a fan of blum read the fudge books but then again maybe i won't sounds really good i think i will maybe buy it do you reccomend it?????????? p.s. my name is ruby and the school i go to is the waldorf school of philadelphia
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