. . . . I haven't read the book -- it wasn't around out there where I grew up. Whether that changed later, I have no idea. However, considering what Out There is doing these days around women's bodies and reproduction, if it ever did show up on the library shelves after I left home, it's surely been removed by now.
I'm very curious, considering what Florida is doing around these same matters (as well as many others), including prohibiting school kids to even speak the word "menstruation" and have conversations in classrooms with each other about menstruation, will the film that comes out this coming Friday, adapted from Judy Blume's 1970 novel, be allowed to play in Florida? Will media be allowed to write reviews of it, or even mention it?
P.S. Used copies of Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret are selling for over a $1000! This, as well as being perennially on the lists of books banned.