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Review: Judy Blume's 'Tiger Eyes' captures teen growing pains
For 40-odd years, Judy Blume's books have dramatized the challenges of adolescence without benefit of supernatural bells and whistles. Nary a werewolf, witch, vampire or zombie — just the tough stuff real kids go through, which has endeared the writer to generations of readers and made her the target of censorious types.
By Sheri Linden
June 6, 2013