Although this series of books is VERY popular, I am not a big fan of the Junie B Jones books. They are written in conversational English and not proper English so, in my opinion, not the best books for kids who are learning to read and write. The charachter Junie is interesting but the sentence structures used in the book are horrid, incorrect and downright got on my last nerve!
From School Library Journal
Grade 1-3-Kindergartener Junie B. Jones is back, and she has decided to become a spy. Curious to discover where her teacher, "Mrs.," lives, she takes her sneaky feet out on the case. When she thinks that she has witnessed Mrs. committing a crime, she tries hard to keep quiet, even when a friend warns her that keeping secrets can make your head explode. Junie's chatty narrative style, reminiscent of Eloise, becomes a bit much at times, but her five-going-on-six viewpoint rings true. Young readers ready for short chapter books are close enough to their own kindergarten memories to find Junie B.'s adventures, illustrated with black-and-white drawings, both familiar and funny.
Another good one for kids
My daughter loved these books in K-2nd
Wonderful childrens book. My first grader loves all the Junie B. Jones series. I even had my older children come into the room to listen during reading times.
Junie B Jones is a girl with a lot of spunk. My children loved the stories about her.
Junie B. is at it again. My 1st grader loves these books.
great book for little girls