Junie B. Jones is a Graduation Girl
It's kindergarten graduation! All the children in Room Nine are excited when they get their bright white graduation gowns. Mrs. says to keep them in their boxes until the big day. But Junie B. Jones just can't help herself. Then, uh-oh, an accident happens! Can Junie B. find a way to fix things? Or will graduation be a spotty dotty disaster?
Junie B., First Grader (at last)
Hurray, hurray for a brand-new school year! Only, for Junie B. Jones, things are not actually that pleasant. 'Cause first grade means having to get used to a whole new classroom. And a whole new teacher. And a whole new bunch of strange children. But here's the worst of all: when Junie B. tries to read words on the chalkboard, she can't seem to see what everyone else is seeing! Is it possible she might actually end up wearing...glasses?
Junie B., First Grader - Boss of Lunch
Come and get it! Something very wonderful is happening to Junie B. Jones. And it's called getting to help in the school cafeteria! And that means hanging out with her friend Mrs. Gutzman. And working behind the counter. And even getting to wear a real actual hair net! Who knows? Maybe one of these days she'll be the boss of this whole entire operation!
Junie B., First Grader - Toothless Wonder
One of Junie B. Jones's top-front teeth is loose! Only Junie B. is not that thrilled about this development. Because what if she looks like toothless Uncle Lou? And even worse...what's all this tooth fairy business? Like, who is this woman, really? And what does she do with all those used teeth? So many questions, so little time.
K days: don't miss any of the adventures in the Junie B. Jones story collection.
Junie B. Jones is a Graduation Girl ©2001 Barbara Park; Junie B., First Grader (at last) ©2001 Barbara Park; Junie B., First Grader - Boss of Lunch ©2002 Barbara Park; Junie B., First Grader - Toothless Wonder ©2002 Barbara Park; (P)2002 Random House, Inc., Imagination Studio, an imprint of the Random House Audio Publishing Group
A science fiction fan for as long as I can remember but I also enjoy history (fact and fiction) and humor.
I could share my listen with my daughter
Junie's antics are hilarious
Since Junie is the book's narrator, the stories become personal. You really believe the story is being told by a seven year old.
Her classmates response when Junie stains her graduation gown.
The most enjoyable part of this book really was being able to share it with my daughter who, while a little older than Junie, can remember doing similar things when she started first grade.
My six year old, soon to be first grader son and I enjoyed listening to Junie B.'s Kindergarten graduation disaster followed by her first days of first grade. Lana Quintal has the perfect voice to make you believe you are really listening to a six year old. Junie B. just can't seem to keep out of trouble. Listening to the stories together while we were driving around town doing errands prompted my son to ask questions about what first grade might be like and why hasn't he lost a tooth yet. When I gave one of my son's friends a ride home, we ended up sitting in his driveway for a 15 minutes waiting for the story to end because both boys begged me to leave it on so they could hear the ending.
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