Maybe Great Expectations by Dickens, or something. To find out about more of Junie B. Stein books, Franny is a young girl about the same age as Junie B. Brattiness aside, I feel the dumbed-down grammar in written form is too confounding at such an impressionable age.
She was the main character in the story and I liked her because she is very funny girl who always gets into trouble. I understand that the books are written from the point of view of a child, and the sentence structure, etc, reflect that. If you like a funny story you will like this book too.
This book is an easy book to read and has funny pictures. Yes, there was one. Anyway, I decided to read it to see just what I had gotten the eldest girl, and I was aghast. I would recommend Junie B. I got this for my six year old niece last year because she was starting to get into "chapter books.
When she learned how to play, she won. I can narrow my malcontent to two reasons. It was funny that she thought that a cakewalk was when you walked on a cake. Such disrespect from a five year old, and judging from some of the other reviews on here, people apparently find it cute.
What are they to think? She used it for a booster seat. If she likes them, then she can rock on with them. This is a matter of personal preference. Junie was in first grade in this one, and it was something about somebody smelling, if I recall. She brought it home and found out it was gross.
This book is just one of many books about Junie B. I liked this book because some of the parts really made me laugh. Junie is a little bitch. You teach them English in the classroom, then they read this. Jones is a wild and crazy kindergartner.
In the Franny K. The book I got my niece was a Target special twofer deal, and had another book written about 10 years later as the second half. She lost one, and was stuck with just Pat and no Leather for a while.
Bill Cosby puts it well here: Nothing is simple for Junie B.
I have also read lots of Franny K. So, were there any redeeming qualities in this book? Still, it was a struggle to go on due to the poor grammar. She is very clever also. I understand the attraction this kind of book has for kids.
Junie B Jones was my favorite character.LibraryThing Review User Review - amulve2 - LibraryThing. I had mixed feelings about the book “Junie B. Jones and the Yucky Blucky Fruitcake” by Barbara Park.
One reason I liked the book was because of the few illustrations it had.4/5(27). One of the best book I have read in the past year has to be Junie B. Jones and the Yucky Blucky Fruitcake, by Barbara Park. Junie B. Jones and the Yucky Blucky Fruitcake () by Barbara Park.
Somehow the book (Junie B Jones and the Yucky Blucky Fruitcake) came damaged with a piece of the backing ripped off.
Don't think it was due to packaging as the outside of package was sealed and not damaged and the rest of the books that came with it were in great condition and undamaged as well. Junie B. Jones and the Yucky Blucky Fruitcake has 9, ratings and reviews.
Emmy said: I know a lot of people who like this series so I thought I'd 4/5. Junie B. Jones and the Yucky Blucky Fruitcake - Reviewed by Morgan L. (age 9) member(s) of the Spaghetti Book Club!Download