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Junie B. Jones Is A Graduation Girl

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Junie B. Jones Is A Graduation Girl

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Author:

Barbara Park

Illustrator:

Denise Brunkus

Publisher:

Random House Children's Publishing

Categories:

Popular

Ages:

3-5, 6-8

Summary: Room 9 is getting ready to graduate from kindergarten, and their teacher has passed out graduation outfits. The kids love the beautiful white caps and gowns, but "Mrs." cautions them to leave them in the box so they won't get dirty. But, of course, Junie B. Jones just has to take it out and show it to her stuffed animals. It can't hurt to take it out for a second, just to see how it looks, can it?

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Andy

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6

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I love the book because it doesn't matter that Junie got dirty.

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Name:

Kori

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Sac, CA

Age:

7 1/2

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This book is great! I think everyone should read this. It is sooo funny.

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Emily

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Age:

8

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Junie B. Jones is quite a character. She is one of my favorite characters. I really like this book. In this story Junie B. Jones is graduating kindergarten. She does not listen to her teacher, Mrs., because she said not to take your graduation gowns out of the box. When graduation day comes Junie B. Jones' gown is stained from grape juice and when she gets to school for graduation the kids stare at her gown because it has a big stain on it. Once again Junie B. Jones is in trouble! But wait until you read what Junie B.'s classmate do to make her feel better. This book made me laugh. You really should read this great book.

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Megan

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Age:

8

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Junie B and her class mates get there graduation gowns. Mrs says keep them in the box till graduation day.Junie B does not. She gets purple paint on her gown. Everybody else listens to Mrs. and keeps there gowns in the box till graduation day. Room eight and room nines morning and afternoon kidnegarten will be there. They make invations for there parents to come to graduation day. It is on Friday at 7pm. It is a good book. It is one of my favorite books. THE END

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Holly

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Age:

8

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This book was about Junie B. Jones graduating from kidengarden. At first, she didn't want to graduate, but then her mother told her that she got to wear a dress. After that, Junie wanted to go to her graduation. She went to go and get her dress and her friends wear there they made her laugh so hard that she had to sneeze. After that, she went back to her class and told everybody that she looked good in her dress. Her whole class started to laugh, but then her teacher told the whole class to stop laughing, but Junie didn't and she got sent down to the principle. Junie was still laughing at the principle's office and the principle got angry and called her parents. Junie got in a lot of trouble. Junie got suspended from school because she wouldn't stop laughing. But not to worry, Junie was able to go back to school soon after and she even got to graduate. I really like this book, and I think that you should read it to.

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