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Junie B. Jones Is a Party Animal by Barbara…
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Junie B. Jones Is a Party Animal (1997)

by Barbara Park

Other authors: Denise Brunkus (Illustrator)

Series: Junie B. Jones (10)

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Junie B Jones is a great chapter book series for younger students. Each book has an underlying message, like it is bad to cheat, appreciate little things in life, and age is just a number. This specific book has always been my favorite of the Junie B. jones series. Junie B. learns that even though her friends grandmother is rich, her own grandmother is more fun and loving. So, money isn't everything after-all. ( )
  amoore46 | Apr 30, 2019 |
This is a fun read about Junie B Jones throwing a party! Fun story that can relate to several students. ( )
  Danielle_Rojas | Nov 26, 2018 |
Junie B. Jones and Grace want to be friends with Lucille, who has a richie nana. They want to see her richie nana's house and sit in her richie nana's car. One day they jump into her richie nana's car and make Lucille mad. She finally lets them come over for a sleepover if they beg her richie nana for a poodle. At the sleepover, Junie B. Jones breaks plates, glasses, and get feathers from a pillow all over the floor after jumping on the bed, but they don't convince her to get a poodle. Junie B. Jones realizes that she is happy with her own life and glad that the doesn't have a richie nana. ( )
  allisonmeyer | Apr 10, 2018 |
Media: Pencil
Age appropriateness: Primary, intermediate
Review/Critique: This was a short chapter book about the main character Junie B. who learned that even though her friends grandma had more money, her own grandma was much more loving and fun. She found out that at the end of the day money is not what matters, quality and relationship is. This was a great short chapter book. It had consecutive chapters which told one story and was organized neatly, it was under 80 pages staying pretty small.
  jdehowitt15 | Mar 9, 2017 |
Junie B. Jones is a classic! Kids love all the silly, sassy things Junie B. gets up to and every story always has a great lesson along with it. It's also a good read for teachers/parents because we totally understand the knowing looks Junie B. gets from adults all around her. The dialect is amazon because it's truly like a kindergartner wrote it. Depending on which Junie B. book you read to the class you can always come up with a lesson from it. This book in particular shows how important it is to appreciate what you already have, because what you have is perfect for you. It also teaches that money does not equal happiness (to most people anyways, Nana seems to love it). ( )
  RikkiHamilton | Jan 18, 2017 |
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Junie B. is spending the night! Lucille is having a slumber 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?
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Junie B. is spending the night!

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?

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Lucille invites Junie B. and her friend Grace to sleep over at her very rich nanna's house, where everything is beautiful, expensive, and breakable.

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