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Junie B., First Grader: Aloha-ha-ha! (2006)

by Barbara Park

Other authors: Denise Brunkus (Illustrator)

Series: Junie B. Jones (26)

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Excitable Junie B. Jones manages to find trouble both before and during a trip to Hawaii and records each incident in a photo journal given to her by her teacher.
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Independent reading level: Grades 1-4
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
This book had me laughing out loud! I loved reading these books as a child, and now reading them as an adult they are just as enjoyable! Junie B. Jones is excited because she is going on a trip to Hawaii with her mom and dad. They go swimming, snorkeling and on a nature hike. The vacation isn't all that Junie though that it would be, but she has lots of funny adventures along the way! Junie has a hard time being quiet and behaving, but what is to be expected of a young girl experiencing many new things for the first time! I love how Barbara Park included the photographs that Junie was taking as a visual representation of her vacation. This book can help to make a child feel more comfortable when they would be going on a vacation to paradise for the first time! ( )
  ashewert | Mar 26, 2020 |
The Junie B. Jones series was always one of my sister and I's favorites. This whole series is very funny and entertaining and would be well suited for 3rd-5th graders. Junie is a very relatable character who's voice is strong in the text. Barbra Park, the author, creates a strong narrative voice and humor by spelling certain words wrong and, my favorite, writing full sentences in all caps to show Junie's emotions. Although the book was not super descriptive or detailed, there was a lot of inner and outer monolgue which helped the reader connect to Junie B. Jones and her surroundings. Also throughout the books are hilarious pictures of Junie, really showing her true colors, as well as short letters in her handwriting that represent her journal entries. It's very creative and engaging to young readers. This would be a great book for read alouds because of her strong narrative voice that a teacher could depict or a good book for independent reading in later grades. ( )
  anicho14 | Mar 2, 2020 |
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To the totally indispensable, completely irreplaceable, occasionally excitable, but always lovable...Cathy Goldsmith.
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Dear first-grade journal,
I'VE GOT BIG NEWS!
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