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Junie B. Jones Loves Handsome Warren (original 1996; edition 1999)

by Barbara Park

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Title:Junie B. Jones Loves Handsome Warren
Authors:Barbara Park
Info:Scholastic, Inc. (1999), Paperback
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Junie B. Jones Loves Handsome Warren by Barbara Park (1996)

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Delightful! I thought the book was Hilarious and charming. ( )
  shelbewelbee | Nov 15, 2015 |
In this story of Junie B. Jones there is a new boy in kindergarten named Warren, the girls all call him handsome warren because they all have a crush. Junie B. Jones does everything she can to get Warren to like her but one day she embarrasses herself by laughing to much and rolling around all over the ground. He then thinks she is crazy. All three best friends compete to have handsome warren, in the end telling jokes brings warren and junie b. to a great part in their friendship and all is well. This story is great to teach a lesson on jealous, fairness, and being yourself and not someone else in order for someone to like you. It also is a good lesson to teach children that they do not need a boyfriend or girlfriend, they can just have really great friends. ( )
  mholtan | Oct 13, 2015 |
Junie B. Jones is a sassy, drama queen girl which makes a fun read for girls at a young age. This one is not one of my favorite books but is still a good read. It is a story about a new boy in kindergarten, and guess what? He's the handsomest guy Junie B. has ever seen. She and Lucille and that Grace all want him for a boyfriend. Only, he thinks Junie B. is a nutball. Just 'cause she couldn't stop laughing and rolling. So what crazy plan is she going to come up with in finding a way to win his love for her? ( )
  bl200329 | Mar 1, 2015 |
In my opinion, this book was very good for young readers. Something that I really liked about this book was that it included pictures which would help a student who is transitioning from picture book to chapter book. The pictures are included on about every few pages and are black and white with a lot of detail. They really show the expressions of the characters which adds a lot to the text, especially for a young reader who is still learning to comprehend the text. Another think I liked about the book was that it doesn't use "proper" English and the characters actually talk like they are in Kindergarten. Junie says things like, "I spinned around..." and "two bestest friends." This is how a real Kindergartner would speak so I think that a young student could easily relate to the story. Another thing I really liked about the book was the use of capitalization. When Junie or any of the other characters say something loudly or with expression, those words are capitalized. I think this is important when it comes to developing fluency and practicing the enthusiasm and expression that is necessary to comprehend reading. The big idea of this story was a Kindergartner who is trying to impress a new boy and that in the end, you should always just be yourself. ( )
  khendr4 | Nov 20, 2014 |
This book is a part of a series called Junie B. Jones. It is about a girl in kindergarten who meets a boy named Warren who she likes. Her best friends also like him and they fight over him. He thinks Junie B. is a "nut ball". She tries being a pretty princess like her friend Lucille and being fast like her friend Grace. Finally, she learns to be his friend by being herself and caring about him and his interests. This book is aimed at kindergarten because the main characters are in kindergarten, but it is too advanced and long for them. So it would be best for 2nd graders to read as "my first chapter books". I used to read these books as a kid, and still like them today. They are interesting and the main character is never afraid to be herself. The big idea is that moving is hard and being nice to the new kids is important. Also, it doesn't matter what you have or what you look like, to make friends, you should be friendly, nice, and caring. ( )
  nhassa3 | Sep 21, 2014 |
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There's a new boy in kindergarten, and guess what? He's the handsomest guy Junie B. has ever seen. She and Lucille and that Grace all want him for a boyfriend. Only, he thinks Junie B. is a nutball. Just 'cause she couldn't stop laughing and rolling. So how is she supposed to get that boy to love her?

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Unable to compete with her friends' fancy clothes and running ability, irrepressible six-year-old Junie B. finds her own way to make the new boy at school like her.

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