[Ebook] Junie B Jones and That Meanie Jim's Birthday By Barbara Park – serv3.3pub.co.uk

[Ebook] Junie B Jones and That Meanie Jim's Birthday By Barbara Park – serv3.3pub.co.uk ❰PDF / Epub❯ ✅ Junie B Jones and That Meanie Jim's Birthday Author Barbara Park – Serv3.3pub.co.uk Barbara Park’s New York Times bestselling chapter book series Junie B Jones is a classroom favorite and has been keeping kids laughing—and reading—for than twenty years Over 60 million copies in Jones and PDF/EPUB ç Barbara Park’s New York Times bestselling chapter book series Junie B Jones is a classroom favorite and has been keeping kids laughing—and reading—for than twenty years Over million copies in print and now with B Jones and That Meanie PDF/EPUB ² a bright new look for a new generation   Meet the World’s Funniest Kindergartner—Junie B Jones That meanie Jim has invited everyone in Room Nine to his birthday party on Saturday—except Junie B Should she have her own birthday party six months early and not invite Jim Or should she move to It’s a Small World After All in Disneyland   USA Today Junie B eBook à “Junie B is the darling of the young reader set”   Publishers Weekly “Park convinces beginning readers that Junie B—and reading—are lots of fun”   Kirkus Reviews “Junie’s swarms of young fans will continue to delight in her uniue take on the world A hilarious first rate read aloud”   Time “Junie B Jones is a feisty six year old with an endearing penchant for honesty”.


10 thoughts on “Junie B Jones and That Meanie Jim's Birthday

  1. MacKenzie MacKenzie says:

    Bestiestiest book ever told on account of it's about my favorite personJunie B


  2. Eleanor Eleanor says:

    This is my first review I have been waiting for this for years I wanted to review the first chapter book I have ever read Mom read this to me when I was in preschool I loved it I still have memories of jumping on my trampoline while she read it to me I remember the first time she told me about it I was taking out my dishes after dinner She told me that she was going to read me a chapter book called Junie B Jones I imagined this big thick grown up book I laugh when I think about it now I finished this in one day I would come home from preschool and eat lunch in front of the TV Then a little after that Mom would call me into the piano room to read We are a huge reading family I have so many memories from those times Now as I am older I think it’s fun to read this book and think about how I have changed since I first read it When I first read this I thought Junie B was so grown up NOW I realize that she’s just a little kindergartner who doesn’t always know what she’s talking about For example once she said something about how the definition of unruly was “the grown up word for not being Ruly“ I think my favorite part is when Junie B realizes that being the only one can sometimes be fun I agree with that I’m the only one who doesn’t watch America‘s Got Talent but I don’t mind It’s too confusing for me I also like how Barbara Park makes her sound like a kindergartner when she’s narrating For example not using correct grammar The downside to this is that if you are reading the book to a preschooler or kindergartner they might think that she’s correct Once I thought that the principal actually did live at the school When I told this to Mom she said she didn’t think so I didn’t think that was worth taking a star off for though NOW I am going to ask Mom a few uestions Well maybe only one She has not read this book in a long time so it might just be about the series itselfWhat’s something that you like about the Junie B Jones books?Mom I think they’re funny It’s been a long time since I’ve actually read Junie B JonesOK back to me on the living room couch I realize that I forgot to give a summary of the book I think that I like to put summaries in reviews This book was about a girl named Junie B Jones They celebrated a birthday in her class and after that she started talking about her own birthday She made a boy named Jim mad and he didn’t want to invite her to his birthday He did because his mother made him at the end Hey by the way if you don’t want any spoilers you should stop READING right here I am about to give one Junie B realized that she did not want to go to the party after all and she was very very excited to be helping her grandpa fix his upstairs toilet That part made me laugh That is the opposite of me I do not think that sounds like that much fun I recommend this book to people I don’t just mean for people kindergarten to third grade I mean everybody It’s fun to look back on your childhood


  3. Penny Penny says:

    Once again Junie B is back and her bad attitude is once again turning on her Because of how she's treated that Jim that I hate he doesn't want to have her at his birthday partyThis book comes with a plot lots of kids can identify with Everyone knows how much it stinks to be left out and no one likes it The book also brings up a really good point Junie B only wants to go to the party because everyone else got invited and it hurts to be left out It doesn't even matter that she doesn't like the boy at all she just wants to be included The feeling of being left out is so much stronger than her feelings for Jim I think we all know how that feelsOnce again the book addresses the issue with humor The series isn't one of those kinds of stories that teaches a lesson through the obvious inclusion of morals Instead it teaches through working through emotions that every kid understands even if they don't express them in the same strong loud and even uite rude way that Junie B expresses them I can even remember a time when I kind of wished I could have done some of what Junie B does I was the one left out or I was dragged to a birthday party for someone I didn't like and I wished I could have kept the present instead of having to give it to that kid I really didn't like Sure it was years ago when I was a kid but I get it I think a lot of kids do That's part of the reason why so many kids identify with Junie B


  4. Kelly Fulcher Kelly Fulcher says:

    Junie B Jones is a very highly recommended series for primary readers whom I found to be defined as kindergarten through third grade readers The wording was perfect for that of a kindergartener She wrote EXACTLY how they speak and plus also it was hilarious to read I think the most important parts of the book the parts taht make it good for primary readers is the fact that it deals with an issue that every kid faces as well as being written in their jargon Everyone knew how important someone's birthday party was; it was the number one sign of social acceptance If you weren't invited you knew that people did not like you as much as other people and there is nothing worse than that feeling even in college This was a great book to re read and definitely good for younger readers


  5. Clara Clara says:

    This doesn't really deserve the one star We just got a big stack of these books as a hand me down and we were excited because I know they are popular and thought they would be fun summer reading We just finished Meanie Jim's Birthday and I'm not only disappointed but completely shocked that people like this drivel If you can look beyond how awful the grammar is there is nothing left but a bratty six year old who calls everything stupid and makes up cruel nicknames for the kids in her class I'm with Jim who didn't want Junie at his birthday party I wouldn't want her at mine either


  6. Christine Christine says:

    I have so much fun reading these to my daughters at bedtime I laughed so hard in this one I may have enjoyed Junie B Jones antics than they did this time


  7. C Wharton C Wharton says:

    I LOVE these Junie B Jones books; she is so cheeky and naughty I loved the part when Junie and her mum went to the shops to get a birthday present for that Meanie Jim and Junie B saw a wonderful tool belt with a hammer a screwdriver pliers a torch a spirit level and a pocket containing nails She adored this present so much she literally nailed her bedroom door shut using the toolkit so her parents couldn't take it away from her to wrap and give to that Meanie JimThis is my mum's favourite Junie B Jones book


  8. Jennifer (JenIsNotaBookSnob) Jennifer (JenIsNotaBookSnob) says:

    Kairi enjoyed this one we somehow misplaced the book and then finally located it again last week and decided to just read the whole thing in one sitting so we wouldn't lose it again lolThese are so much fun to read but they are definitely a bit too young for her now We're still going to finish reading them anyways because she enjoys them


  9. Samantha Samantha says:

    Junie B learns an important lesson after being the only one of her classmates to not get invited to a birthday party


  10. Kustav Vello Kustav Vello says:

    LOVED it I would recommend it for everyoneeven for people that haven't read the series


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