Junie B. Jones's First Boxed Set Ever! (Junie B. Jones, #1-4)
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Junie B. Jones's First Boxed Set Ever! (Junie B. Jones)

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The Barnes & Noble Review
Soak up some sassy and fresh stories in this fabulous box set from everybody's favorite kindergartner, Junie B. Jones. This four-book collection chronicles the first four adventures in the highly popular series from award-winning writer Barbara Park. Junie B. Jones and the Stupid Smelly Bus, Junie B. Jones and a Little Monkey Business, Junie B....more
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Published May 29th 2001 by Random House Books for Young Readers
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Alyssa Coppi
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Elizabeth
We have these books and have also listened to the audiobooks read by Lana Quintal (who does a fantastic job reading them). We enjoy all the books and continue to collect them. I know there is a lot of controversy over Junie B.'s sassy crazy, sometimes overly naughty behavior, but to be blatantly honest, I can remember being that age and thinking very similar things. I may or may not have acted on as many of those crazy impulses, but I can remember thinking them. As other people have written in r...more
Alison
My 5 1/2 year old kindergartner just received these as a present for the holidays. I am so disgusted that anyone thinks these are good for kids. First, the grammar is awful. How can kids learn to read, write and speak properly if we read them terrible books like this?! Second, the way that the kids in this book treat each other and speak to each other is not a good model of behavior. With everything about bullying these days, I can't believe that any educator would allow these books in their sch...more
Annalisa
Sep 03, 2008 Annalisa rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommended to Annalisa by: Alexis
Shelves: childrens
My daughter's first grade teacher loved Junie B. Jones and started off the year reading many of her books. I was all over a cute spunky girl who wore glasses as the main character. That was until I read some of her books. Besides some humor, I don't find much to love about this girl.

Children's books should not encourage bad grammar. Period. Yes adverbs are a hard concept, but reinforcing the incorrect use of them doesn't do children any favors. Especially when they think it's cute to talk like J...more
Angela
Junie B. Jones has to be one of the most fun characters ever. I tutor English and we read these books and laughed so much. Even as an adult I have to laugh at the hijinks Junie gets into.

Parents might not want their younger children to emulate Junie, but older kids will find her humorous as well. Her stories are very interesting and make for great discussions.
Jody Lewandowski
Yikes! The language and name calling! Funny, I suppose, on some level. But I don't want my kids talking like that.
Liz
Laugh out loud funny. It gave the whole family something to do while stuck in vacation traffic...
Faith
Jul 13, 2011 Faith rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: no one
Recommended to Faith by: seed
i think this book is fantastic because she likes to do things and her big fat mouth always ggets her i truble bus when she needs help whith doing somthing someone is always there to help hershe wanted to be a janitor for job day and wheni was her turn every one laughed at het and they hurt her feelings but the next day the janitor came and talked to them about it and the liked him they started using all his stuff and clanig up and junie b was happy.
Lorna
Our now six-year old can't get enought of these books! They are very funny to read as we watch Junie B. get into all kind of trouble with grownups and kids alike. Her human-ness appeals to kids. We tend to have talking points as we read about the correct way to say things (Junie B. gets things muddled up).
Cinnamon
I love Junie B. Jones. She is great and I think there's a little of her in me...or me in her...or something.

I have loved every single one I've read. They're great read-alouds to do with the kids. Do it. Or ask me, I'll come over and do it!!!
Annette
May 17, 2008 Annette rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: kids 5-8
Junie B. Jones is LOL hilarious!!! My kids really love for me to read these books aloud to them. Reading time is fun time with Junie B! I think my favorite one is Sneaky Peaky Spying.
Katie
Very like the spunky Ramona Quimby, Junie B. Jones is a lovable character and my favorite thing about the books is hearing my girls read them to me. In their voices, it is even funnier!
Lisita
We listened to this set of books on CD on our most recent road trip. We all enjoyed them but I disliked the over use of the words: Stupid & Dumb.
ثريا بترجي
The character is so believable you could see her growing up as the drawings progresses..

I have 8 books (2 packs)
Are there more??
Mary Hollister
Mar 17, 2008 Mary Hollister rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: 7-9 yr olds
Recommended to Mary by: Trevor
Great read aloud books with a second grader. How can you not like Junie B.? Great series for this age group and mom and dad.
Nojood Alsudairi
Those of you who have kids; do not deprive them of this "beauteous" series of books. Jareer has them.
Amanda
i was skeptical, but rosanna read one to me outloud and they're pretty damn funny
Amy
Nov 28, 2007 Amy marked it as to-read
Shelves: childrens
The Junie B. Jones series is #33 on the NEA Educators' Top 100 Children's Book List
Sherry Hancock
I think you get the hint. I love junie b. I think she reminds me of me.
High Gravity
I like that book becuase it had me laughin all through the book.
Anabertha Ramirez
i remember that i read the whole series of it. was very good books
Stefanee Simmons
well it was good, but difficult at the time, im not that dumb anymore
Mica
i read these when i was little, still love it though
Cindy
Junie B. is brilliant, funny and adorable.
LaVenna
My daughter Piper loves these books!
Emma Mcpherson
Junie B Jones is funny.
Whitney
these stories are so cute!
Keysha Lyn
I liked this book.
Lizzy
I love Junie B
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Barbara Park received over 40 awards for her books, including 25 Children's Choice awards.

Park was the daughter of a merchant and a secretary, Doris and Brooke Tidswell. She grew up in Mount Holly Township, New Jersey. From 1965 to 1967, she attended Rider College, later finishing her B.S. in 1969 at the University of Alabama. She married Richard A. Park in 1969. She lived in Phoenix, Arizona for...more
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