Barbara Park Denise Brunkus
- Title: Junie B. Jones Loves Handsome Warren
- Author: Barbara Park Denise Brunkus
- ISBN: 9780679866961
- Page: 286
- Format: Paperback
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 print and now with a bright new look for a new generation Meet the World s Funniest Kindergartner Junie B Jones There s a new boy in kindergarten, and guess what He 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 print and now with a bright new look for a new generation Meet the World s Funniest Kindergartner Junie B Jones 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 USA Today 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 unique 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.
Recent Comments "Junie B. Jones Loves Handsome Warren"
Wow this one annoyed me. Most Junie B. does. But I believe this is the first one I read (heard) from cover to cover. The voices of the narrator fit a 5 year old. And it's not that I found the characters annoying. They had their cute points. I just don't like how these books are written. Yes I know most Kindergartners don't speak well at that age, but it bugs me to have it in a book. How are we to teach children correct grammar if its incorrect in the books? One reason my editing professor said I [...]
Delightful! My 7-year-old daughter told me I HAD to read this book because it was SO funny. I've never read a Junie B. Jones book before, and I wasn't hopeful. But I thought it was hilarious and charming.I was shocked that Junie B. Jones is a believable narrator. I'm convinced that anyone who doesn't like these books doesn't have any kids.
Junie B. and her friend Grace were waiting for their friend Lucille before school bevcause they were waiting for her to play horses with them. They didn't see her anywhere until they spotted her being chased by a new evil boy. Junie B. and Grace chased that boy and shooed him away, in that moment Lucille told them that he was not an evil boy, his name was Warren and he was very handsome, Junie B. and Grace looked at him and wanted him to be their boyfriend. Lucille got very mad at them and went [...]
When Junie B. Jones spots a new boy on the playground from Room Eight her eyes pop out of her head! He is handsome, that's why! But Handsome Warren thinks Junie B. is nothing short of a nutball. What's a girl to do when all she wants is that boy to love her? The way a kindergartener's mind thinks in this book is absolutely hysterical! I was literally laughing out loud! Reading how Junie B. tries to impress Warren in her idea of princess clothes will make anyone laugh. This book, as well as any i [...]
I read the book "Junie B. Jones Loves Handsome Warren," by Barbra Park. I thought this book was decent, with a strong message.The plot starts out with a kid named Warren who is new to Junie's school. Junie's friend Lucy is Warren's boyfriend; when Warren first meets Junie he calls her a nutball which makes her very upset. Junie then tries to be just like Lucy so she can be Warren's girlfriend. Junie's mom tells her that you can't make friends by being fake, she tells her to just be herself. When [...]
Junie B. Jones and her friends, Lucille and Grace, are all in kindergarten. They get a new kid at their school, Warren,. Junie, Grace, and Lucille all have a crush on Warren. Junie and Grace get jealous when Lucille is all over Warren. Junie tries everything to get Warren's attention. She tries to change things about herself so that Warren will like her. The way Junie acts around Warren is crazy. In the end Junie's mom tells her to just be herself. Junie B. Jones is very crazy. She acts immature [...]
This was a vey good book and Junie B. wanted a boyfriend so, she tries to become friends with Warren,he's the cute boy in room eight. She tries to be herself and her mom tells her that a being friend means that you be yourself and try not to be like someone else. Also, Junie's mom tells her that being friends means that she needs to care about the other person's feelings. I'm not telling about the ending in case some people have not read this book. But, I will say that the ending is very happy f [...]
I think you should read this book because it's very humorous.Like for example the character Junie B. jones just by what she doe's is funny.Like when she makes jokes that make you laugh so hard you cry and fall on the floor!Also it's funny to watch her try to change her appearance for a boy that she likes and she wants him to notice her.Don't take my word for it,read the book and you will fall in love with the characters like I did
very good book
Plot:In this book, Junie gets a new boy in her class and all the girls think he the cutest boy they have ever seen. When Junie first sees this boy, he is chasing her friend around the park. Junie gets so jealous she ran up to the boy, but when she got to him, she got so nervous that she fell on the ground and started laughing really loud. When Warren saw her doing this he called her a nut and walked away with Junies other friends. After they where gone, she was really sad and did not talk to any [...]
I finished reading the book "Junie B. Jones loves handsome Warren," by Barbara Park. I thought the book was actually humorous. Junie acts just like any of us teenagers use to act if we liked someone when we were younger. Warren is a new kid at Junie's school. One of Junie's friends, Lucy, is Warren's girlfriend. Junie likes Warren and wants to be his girlfriend instead of Lucy. Her plan is to act just like Lucy so that Warren will fall in love with her. Junie's mom found out about what she was d [...]
Plot:This book is about a young kindergarten girl who meets a new boy when he is new at school. Her friends do not want to be friends with him, but when she comes home she tells her mom about the new boy. She told her to be herself and that she should be friends with him because he is new and that he probably does not have any friends. When she gets to school the next day she starts to talk the the new kid, named Warren. They start telling each other knock knock jokes and before you know it they [...]
Junie B. Jones is in kindergarten. Her two best friends are Lucille and Grace. When they get a new kid to their school, Warren, Lucille is all over him. Grace and Junie are jealous because they like him, too. When Junie tries to talk to him, she does not act like herself and he calls her a nut ball. Junie tries to change everything about herself so that Warren will like her and not think she is a nut ball. Junie's mom tells her that she just needs to be herself. The main characters in this book [...]
There's a new boy in kindergarten named Warren. Junie B. and her two best friends Lucille and Grace all want him to be their boyfriend.My niece who is 6 took this book out in French last week (she is in French immersion). And so she wanted to read the English version this week.It was a little bit silly that all three girls decided they loved Warren. My niece is in grade 1 and her friends (and her) don't really even like boys.As usual there are a lot of grammatical errors. But I try to correct so [...]
While as an adult I found it highly annoying to read this book I think I can understand why some children would like to read it. Junie B. Jones does some things children would think are hilarious. I'm sure some kindergarteners have horrible grammar like Junie B. Jones and I know Barbara park wrote the book that way on purpose but as an adult I found it to be an odd juxtaposition of funny and downright annoying. Looking beyond that I did laugh as Junie B. Jones tries to get Handsome Warren to lov [...]
Junie B. Jones is one of my favorite series'. She made me laugh with very little effort.I owned so many Junie B. Jones books, if only I could remember where I put themI rated every book that I read during childhood 5 stars.Why? Well because that was a time in my life when I loved every single thing I read. And because they bring back fond memories. Ah, the joys of being young!
Junie B. Jones is one of my favorite series. There is a new boy in kindergarten, and Junie B. and Lucille and Grace all want him for a boyfriend. But he thinks that Junie B. is a nutball. Funny book! Second graders will love this story.
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“Junie B. Jones Loves Handsome Warren” by Barbara Park is the seventh book in the Junie B. Jones series. This hilarious book is about Junie B. Jones’ attempts to get the attention of a new student and fellow kindergartener, Handsome Warren. Her two best friends Grace and Lucille are also fighting for Handsome Warren’s affections, but it seems that Junie B. is too much of a “nutball” for Warren to be interested in her. This book follows Junie B. as she tries to change her clothes and [...]
I loved Junie B. Jones books growing up but now seem to find them less endearing. I think it could be because of all the grammatical errors that I now recognize. Whatever the case, I still believe that this series is great for younger kids. They teach some great lessons in a fun and easy to relate to way.This particular book is about Junie B. Jones’ attempts to get the attention of a new student named Handsome Warren. Her two best friends Grace and Lucille also think that Handsome Warren is dr [...]
Growing up I loved the Junie B. Jones series; my mom use to read the books to me in a certain voice that I thought sounded just like the way Junie B. Jones would talk. The plot starts out with a kid named Warren who is new to Junie's school. Junie's friend Lucy is Warren's boyfriend; when Warren first meets Junie he calls her a nutball, which makes her very upset. Junie then tries to be just like Lucy so she can be Warren's girlfriend. Junie's mom tells her that you can't make friends by being f [...]
We meet Junie, a kindergartener, who fancies a boy named Warren (along with most of her friends). Junie tricks her friend Lucille into introducing her to Warren. Despite her friend’s annoyance, Junie eventually ends up rolling on the ground in laughter with Warren. While the writing is age-appropriate for younger children, my main complaint is the abundance of improper grammar (“I quick hided behind my hands,” “Mother screamed real loud”). Younger children should be exposed to proper g [...]
This book was just the right level for me (a French student), so I enjoyed it. It wasn't frustrating, and the subject matter was cute. I even learned a few French knock-knock jokes! I read in previous reviews that the English books used incorrect grammar to emulate a kindergartener's voice, and it was irritating to the reader (as it would be to me, since you're more than likely reading to/with a child still learning grammar rules). I'm now wondering if that same emulation happened in this book. [...]
Junie B. thinks Warren is the cutest boy in school, but it's going to be awfully tough to get his attention when her two best friends are also interested in him. Will she have to stand out by dressing up beautiful, or beating out her friends to get to him? Junie B. will find a way. And maybe all she has to do is be a friend to him.Little kids sure start this competition over significant others early, don't they? She wouldn't know what to do with him if she got him, you know? The book has a good [...]
Starting to read short chapter books with my four-year-old. Let me just say that finding just the right read aloud for this age is tough. For Marly, it has to fit two pieces of criteria: 1) Is it goofy enough to hold her attention and 2) Are there pictures? The Junie B. Jones series is a sure qualifier in this regard. I used to read these books to my First Graders, therefore the entire collection was sitting in my basement. Score. I have loved this character for a long time now. Junie is sassy, [...]
Rereading this book as an adult, I can see why some adults don't like them, but I can also see why children love them. They literally look like a child wrote them, with the misspellings and improper wording of the text. One problem I could see with children reading these books is that it could carry over the bad habits they see in the text into their writing. However, there are also good things about these books, this one in particular. This teaches two lessons to kids that are think would be cl [...]
The series I chose to read were the Junie B. Jones series by Barbra Park. The title of the one I am reading is, Junie B. Jones Loves Handsome Warren. This series is about a little girl in kindergarten named Junie B. Jones and her day to day life with her friends and family. Junie B. is always getting into trouble, whether its when she is school or home she is always doing something crazy. In this book there is a new boy at school named Warren. Of course Junie B. and her two best friends Grace an [...]
This book is funny. Warren calls Junie crazy names like "Nutball". This book is not the best though, because it did have some boring parts. They talked too much, and they would never get to the point. At first, I gave it a really good rating, but now that I have thought about it, it was not so good.
Yes, Junie. B Jones is a nut ball. Just saying.
The fam read this together. Was cracking up with the hubs over some of Junie's comments about her parents. Especially the one where their response is "unprofessional." These books have grown on me.
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