Junie B., first grader: toothless wonder

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Random House, Oct 8, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 96 pages
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Junie B. Jones learns some interesting things about the Tooth Fairy when she becomes the first student in Room One to lose an upper tooth.

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User Review  - CatalinaDiaz - LibraryThing

I liked this book for a number of reasons. First, I thought the author did a splendid job of adding appropriate humor that could be funny to children and adults. For example, when May forgot to say ... Read full review

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User Review  - bethlynlucas - LibraryThing

Junie B. Jones has sass. She is sarcastic and I think kids will really enjoy the humor. The book is great for children who are around first of second grade, right at the age of Junie B. Jones herself. They will be able to relate to her troubles. Read full review


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Barbara Park Barbara Park spent her first two years of college at Rider University in New Jersey and her last two years at the University of Alabama, from where she graduated. 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," followed but "Operation: The first book of the Junie B. Jones series was published in 1992. Since then, at least two new Junie B. books have been written a year. And are what she is best known for. Park also writes books for older children that deal with more in depth issues.

Barbara Park is beloved by millions as the author of the wildly popular Junie B. Jones series. Her Junie B. Jones books are consistently on the "New York Times "and "USA Today "Bestseller Lists. Her middle-grade novels, which include "Skinnybones," "The Kid in the Red Jacket," "My Mother Got Married (and Other Disasters)," and "Mick Harte Was Here," have won over 40 children's book awards. Park holds a B.S. in education from the University of Alabama. She has two grown sons and lives with her husband, Richard, in Arizona.
Denise Brunkus's entertaining illustrations have appeared in over 50 books, including each Junie B. title. She lives in New Jersey with her husband and daughter

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