Junie B. Jones Is a Party Animal

Junie B Jones Is a Party Animal Barbara Park s New York Times bestselling chapter book series Junie B Jones is a classroom favorite and has been keeping kids laughing and reading for than twenty years Over million copies in pri

  • Title: Junie B. Jones Is a Party Animal
  • Author: Barbara Park Denise Brunkus
  • ISBN: 9780679886631
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Paperback
  • Barbara Park s New York Times bestselling chapter book series, Junie B Jones, is a classroom favorite and has been keeping kids laughing and reading for than twenty years Over 60 million copies in print and now with a bright new look for a new generation Meet the World s Funniest Kindergartner Junie B Jones Lucille is having a sleepover party at her richie nannBarbara Park s New York Times bestselling chapter book series, Junie B Jones, is a classroom favorite and has been keeping kids laughing and reading for than twenty years Over 60 million copies in print and now with a bright new look for a new generation Meet the World s Funniest Kindergartner Junie B Jones Lucille is having a sleepover party at her richie nanna s big giant house Grace and Junie B can t wait to see all the rich stuff in that place Sleeping over at the nanna s is sure to be a dream come true Cause what could possibly go wrong USA Today Junie B is the darling of the young reader set Publishers Weekly Park convinces beginning readers that Junie B and reading are lots of fun Kirkus Reviews Junie s swarms of young fans will continue to delight in her unique take on the world A hilarious, first rate read aloud Time Junie B Jones is a feisty six year old with an endearing penchant for honesty.

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    1. Junie B. Jones is five years old and in kindergarten. Junie has two best friends, Lucille and Grace. In this book, Junie and Grace are very jealous because Lucille has a rich grandma who gives Lucille everything she wants. Lucille invites Junie and Grace over to her grandma's house to sleep over. When Junie and Grace get to Lucille's grandma's house, they cause nothing but trouble for her. Junie breaks her very expensive glasses. Also, she ruins one of her pillows and gets feathers everywhere. G [...]

    2. Personal Response:I gave this book a three out of five stars. It was a funny and easy to read book that I enjoyed. I think that this book is relatable, because I have grandparents that have a lot of money like Lucille. My cousins are like Junie in this book, because they are rowdy and break things as well. Plot: Junie was invited to a sleepover with her friend Grace and they got to go to Lucille's rich grandma’s house. Junie was very excited about going and having all the room to play in at th [...]

    3. I read the book "Junie B. Jones Is a Party Animal" by Barbara Park. I thought this was a rather childish book. This was a funny, foolish book to read that brings comedy to the reader. The plot started off with Junie. Junie had been invited to a slumber party by her rich friend Lucy. Junie was all excited to go to the mansion where Lucy lived, but right before she arrived, her mother gave her a set of rules to follow. Junie was very upset with these rules and she feels like she won't be able to h [...]

    4. Junie B. Jones is a Party Animal is about a six year old kindergartner who has never been to a sleepover. She gets all excited about this sleepover that she is attending at her friend’s house. Her friend lives in her aunt's mansion with her parents. Junie has ever been to a mansion before and is all excited to go to her friends.Right before she gets picked up from her friends aunt,Junie’s parents give her rules and she is all upset because she will not be able to have any fun. Junie is an ex [...]

    5. Junie B. and That Grace go to Lucille's rich house for a sleepover. Nanna takes care of them, and Junie B. learns it is not much fun to live in a rich house because she breaks thing. One thing I thought was weird is the book mentions the existence of Lucille's mother, father, and brother, but they never make an appearance. Are we to presume they are in Hawaii on vacation?This is the only book so far that doesn't really teach a lesson. Unless you count, "It is no fun to have a rich grandma" as a [...]

    6. I thought that this book would be a great started chapter book for a child who is wanting to learn more and more. I saw both boys and girls in the third grade class that i was in reading this book so i figured that it must be a good book. There was a lot of humor in the text so i think that this helped to bring the students in. Also there were some illustrations in the book to break up the text.Language ArtsI would have the students try to write a story about a party and see how creative they co [...]

    7. My daughter enjoys me reading these books to her. I have read on that many people don't like her, but I think Junie B. Jones captures the honesty and enthusiasm of childhood. Junie B. doesn't mean to be bad - she just speaks her heart and is often misunderstood. My daughter's eyes get big when Junie B. does something wrong, but in the end Junie B. always learns her lesson. I like her!

    8. I am a big fan of Junie B.Jones series and I am way too old to be reading this. However, Barbara Park has written this book in a way that you can see your own childhood reflected throughout the series. In this book too, I could totally connect to the excitement, thrill, anxiety and rush of going to a friend's place for a stay over. An enjoyable read indeed!

    9. It was way cute!!! I loved reading the SUPER SILLY non correct sayings OR spellings book with my sister Reygz!

    10. A fine tale of Junie B. Jones, with the usual antics, balance between her serious and fun sides, even if the grammar is problematic.

    11. Probably author held back knowingly about what she wanted to convey in a straight forward manner. But she did convey the right message in the end. I wanted The story to be a bit more crispped.

    12. Summary: Written by award-winning author Barbara Parks, this book, one of many encompassing the rambunctious, almost 6-year old protagonist Junie B. Jones narrows in specifically on this child’s unique personality, with emphasis that there is without a doubt, never a dull moment with her. After a brief introduction about herself, Junie brings us on her bus ride to school with her best friend Grace. When they arrive at school, they see another one of their mutual friends, Lucille. Both girls a [...]

    13. Junie B. Jones is a fun, quirky, adventurous little girl who is timelessly relatable. Whether she is crushing on handsome Warren or going to Lucille's richie nana's house for a sleepover- she always has a story worth telling. In this particular story, Junie B. is SO excited about going to a sleepover at her best friend Lucille's grandmother's house- who happens to be very 'richy'. Junie B. can't wait to see and play with all of the cool things that Lucille's rich grandmother may have to offer. J [...]

    14. Junie so excited when she finds out she gets to spend the night at her friend Lucille’s rich grandmas house, because hello…rich stuff is so fun! All she can imagine is all the cool, big stuff that will be in the house. I remember reading this book when I was little and imagining the house, and how fun that would be to have a sleepover in a mansion. Junie’s mom made sure she told her the rules before she went over, and even though Junie tried to follow them, she still managed to break a lam [...]

    15. *Note: This is a review of the entire series as a whole because I feel the same about each book.*Quite honestly, I think this should be one of the first chapter books you let your kids read. Sure, the grammar is a little off at times (it's a small child, come on!) and the subject matter can get a little crazy (Once again, it's a small child!) these books are entertaining and easy to read for your little readers! My cousin who is 6 LOVES these books, and when I was little I loved them too. Overal [...]

    16. Junie B. Jones is always a fun read for children. Her craziness makes kids laugh and I think the books are relatable for them. Junie B is going to her friends rich relatives house for a sleepover and just can't wait to see all the stuff she has!

    17. This book reminded me of my childhood and I loved reading it again. Junie B. Is so carefree and quicker which is what I love about these books. I thoroughly enjoyed it and would recommend it to any child

    18. This book is responsible for everyone in my family referring to anything fancy as being "just for show", in the high pitched whiny voice of rich Lucille. I will say, as with every book in this series, the audiobooks are funnier than the print editions.

    19. It was a good book. Junie B Jones' friend is having a sleepover and she is very rich. Will Junie B be able to work with it?

    20. This one was a lot better than the last Junie B. Jones book that I read. As always a very fun book with great characters, illustrations, and humor.

    21. This was also one of my favourite books out of the Junie B. Chapter Books. I really thought the way her childhood is was incredibly funny.

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