Junie B. Jones Is a Party Animal by Barbara ParkJunie 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 grandmas house to sleep over. When Junie and Grace get to Lucilles grandmas 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. Grace, Junie, and Lucille do not listen to Lucilles grandma. They stayed up late when they were not supposed to and are very loud and disrespectful. When it was time for Junie and Grace to leave, Lucilles grandma was very thankful.
Junie, Grace, Lucille, and Lucilles grandma are the main characters in this book. Junie is very loud and obnoxious. She always has to be the center of attention. Lucille is very spoiled and has to have everything her way. Grace is a really nice, sweet girl. At the end of the book, Junie realizes that she would rather have her grandma rather than Lucilles grandma. Junie would realizes that money really does not matter.
I would recommend this book to anyone the age of six to ten. This book is gender neutral, but I think that girls would enjoy it more. It is a very easy and enjoyable to read. I give this book 3 stars out of 5. I give this book a three because I did not really like the story line of it.
Junie B. Jones … is on Her Way!
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Posted by Jamie M. There are some books that send you right back in time to your childhood with just a glance at the cover art. Jones series by Barbara Park, Junie B. Jones and the Stupid Smelly Bus. With the enthusiasm of a blazing fireball and tongue-in-cheek tomboy flair, Junie B.
AT her all-day princess-theme party for her graduation from preschool, Lyra Alvis had her face painted, went first down the water slide and was even allowed to eat the flower on the cake. At least until bedtime. The paperback in question was about Junie B. Jones, the hero of a popular Random House early reading series that has divided parents since it was introduced 15 years ago. With more than 43 million copies in print and a stage show touring the country, the series has its share of die-hard fans and is required summer reading at many elementary schools.
A three-legged cat digs her claws into Jas, and what ensues is a long and wildly funny story best read on your own. Let it suffice to say that Jas stumbles upon a crazy criminal plot involving a Hollywood star called Fiona Bristol; her 8-year-old son, Fred; a muscle-head who talks like Arnold Schwarzenegger; and a dreamboat called Jack whose behavior is highly suspect. This is a sassy detective novel about a girl with a flair for clues and a bigger flair for comedy. Jones … is on Her Way! Oh for a page novel with a humongous print and easy-to-read sentences about the uncomplicated life of a 5-year-old girl called Junie B. Junie B. Jones is the bestest girl in the world, except when you drop the B in her name.