Junie B. Jones is not a crook

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Scholastic Inc., 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 67 pages
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Junie B. Jones experiences glee while showing off her new furry mittens in kindergarten, but disaster strikes when they disappear from the playground.

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I really enjoyed the book “Junie B. Jones is Not a Crook” for many reasons. The first reason is because of how silly and relatable the main character, Junie B., is to the average child, girl or boy ... Read full review

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Junie B. Jones was one of my favorite series as a child. I have always enjoyed the characters. Junie B. Jones is so realistic and believable. I also think the stories are very realistic. In this story ... Read full review


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Barbara Park ( born Barbara Lynne Tidswell on April 21, 1947) spent her first two years of college at Rider University in New Jersey and earned her B. S. degree from the University of Alabama. She began writing children's books after she had children of her own, since 1981, the first of which was called "Operation: Dump the Chump." It was not her first book to be published though, that honor went to "Don't Make Me Smile." Park is best known for her Junie B. Jones series which was first published in 1992. Since then, at least two new Junie B. books have been written a year. Park also writes books for older children, such as The Kid in the Red Jacket, which deal with more in-depth issues. She has won seven Children's Choice Awards, and four Parents' Choice Awards.

Denise Brunkus is an illustrator of children's books. She has illustrated more than sixty books for children, and is best known for her illustrations on the Junie B. Jones series of books written by Barbara Park. She lives in Massachusetts.

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