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Then Again, Maybe I Won't Ever Since His Dad Got Rich From An Invention And His Family Moved To A Wealthy Neighborhood On Long Island, Tony Miglione S Life Has Been Tumed Upside Down For Starters, There S His New Friend Joel, Who Shoplifts Then There S Joel S Sixteen Year Old Sister, Lisa, Who Gets Undressed Every Night Without Pulling Down Her Shades And There S Grandma, Who Won T Come Down From Her Bedroom On Top Of All His Other Worries, There Are All The Questions Tony Has About Growing Up.Why Couldn T Things Have Stayed The Same


About the Author: Judy Blume

Judy Blume spent her childhood in Elizabeth, New Jersey, making up stories inside her head She has spent her adult years in many places doing the same thing, only now she writes her stories down on paper Adults as well as children will recognize such Blume titles as Are You There God It s Me, Margaret Blubber Just as Long as We re Together and the five book series about the irrepressible Fu



10 thoughts on “Then Again, Maybe I Won't

  1. says:

    Us kids all needed SOMEBODY to give us the lowdown on periods and boners back in the 80s, and Judy Blume tended to be a bit reliable than that weird kid on the bus This one s kinda the boy version of Are You There God , demystifying for pre adolescent readers that unfamiliar ...


  2. says:

    I think I was about ten years old when I read this book one of a Judy Blume box set I suspect my mother has yet to recover from my ensuing questions Mommy, the book I m reading has a boy in it who keeps saying that it went up Why would he be embarrassed if his ZIPPER went up Was it written wrong After my mother s commendable and surprisingly unflappable explanation, I had some seri


  3. says:

    Then Again, Maybe I Won t is actually one of the few Judy Blume novels from the 1970s that I did not read as a teenager in the early 1980s Yes, I did in fact remember signing Then Again, Maybe I Won t out of our school library, but then returned it mostly unread because at that time of my life from about 1980 to 1984 I was just not all that interested in reading a novel any novel that had n


  4. says:

    Ah yes, my introduction to hard ons and semen I had no idea what either of them were, and they re not really explained in the book, so I was in the dark for some time Why does this guy get to masturbate while Margaret s...


  5. says:

    I read this for a real world book club it took about two hours to breeze through Strangely, it was published in 1971 when I would have been twelve years old, just like the boy in the story, but I never heard of it then and was only vaguely aware of the author s name until now.It struck me as a strange book The prose was pretty juvenile, with short and uncomplicated sentences Is it intended for tweens I don t


  6. says:

    This was one of the few Judy Blume books I didn t read when I was younger I guess it always seemed like a boy s book to me but a friend was going on and on about reading it when she was younger and I felt like I was missing out so I got if from the library Wasn t there an After School Special about the book too I know I m dating myself but I think Leif Garret was in it and he just always seemed like bad news maybe th


  7. says:

    The boy version of Are You There, God It s Me, Margaret I enjoyed this one though not as much as Margaret I never read this as a kid, but reading it as an adult makes me appreciate how much of a pioneer Judy Blume really was She s not afraid to writ...


  8. says:

    Blast from the past I was looking for a light read and I realized that there are a lot of books on my shelf that I bought at Second Charles last year but never read So this week I decided to read Then Again, Maybe I Won t by Judy Blume, who was always one of my favorite authors when I was a kid.This is the story of Tony Miglione, a thirteen year old boy from Jersey City His family is used to living a modest lifestyle until his father


  9. says:

    Judy Blume is J.D Salinger for the tween set Like The Catcher in the Rye, Then Again Maybe I Won t has the same elements, just a younger protagonist Exhibit A Angst and isolation it s lonely being a 13 year old boy Exhibit B obsessed with sex at least Holden Caulfield, as creepy as he was, wasn t a peeping tom Exhibit C Phoneys Lots of phoneys I always approach Judy Blume cautiously, because I know as a kid whenever I read her books, so


  10. says:

    I know I keep gushing about Judy Blume but once again she proves to be one of the best young adult novelists ever I loved that this story told from the POV of the male lead Tony is just a strong a reflection of the juinior high years as Are There God It s Me Margaret The story is a simple one a poor Italian kid s family becomes successful and moves from Jersey City to a toney neighborhood and exactly how this changes the entire s of the each person It


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