My name is Junie B. Jones. The B stands for Beatrice. Except I don’t like Beatrice. I just like B and that’s all. I’m almost six years old. Almost six is when you get to. Junie B. Jones and the Stupid Smelly Bus has ratings and reviews. Denise said: I have heard so much about how great these books are so we de. Remember when it was scary to go to school? ‘Cause it was your first day and you didn’t know anything. Meet Junie B. Jones, kindergartner. She’s so scared.
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Jones and the Stupid Smelly Busplease sign up. Jones books captures my five-year old’s attention and leaves her wanting more. While I laughed hysterically at many points as I listened to this with my daughter audio book!
While I don’t have a problem with those words, I do have a problem with they way they were used and of course the fact that a 5 year old was using them. Nov 28, 45 Minutes years Buy. While they wait by meet a girl that doesn’t let Junie sit by her so she sits by That Grace. In fact she was the one who suggested I write a review of the books.
But even they were not impressed with this book and said that everyone is not nice. Junie put on crutches, but fell down. She claimed that the bus smelled like egg salad and black smoke, had screechy brake and no glove compartments, and was filled with mean boys and girls.
Dec 31, Lindsay Antikainen rated it did not like it. Jones and her first day of kindergarten. Her favorite pass-time is for us to sit down and read one of the series. When they are getting off the bus, everyone is pushing Junie B and she even gets stepped on.
She did not appreciate that she had a ride to school. In the first Junie B. Now I know that some people HATE these books and think they set a terrible example for how a child should behave. Nov 28, 45 Minutes years.
Jones Part of Junie B. She is everything I don’t want my kids to be. Jones and the stuiped smelly bus is about junie’s first time in the bus. Mar 06, Maggie Stoll rated it it was amazing. That was important because the heat was what made the bus smell so bad. Editorial Bruno; Translation edition June 30, Language: May 06, Kathryn rated it really liked it Shelves: I only gave this book 3 stars because I ride the bus and it is not nice to call it a “stupid smelly bus”.
Someone told Junie B. View all 4 comments. Please try again later. Her teacher and other people came rushing in looking for her. Quotes from Junie B. Because the text is big and the chapters are short, the reading is a good opportunity to help children learn to read with emotion.
Junie B. Jones and the Stupid Smelly Bus
Buy the Audiobook Download: The illustrator This story is about a little girl named Junie B. I would use to teach students about developing character and the importance of conflict. Bys then went back to her room and hid in the supply closet again. She was eventually found and her parents were called. But this one is different. I would recommend this book to both girls and boys who might enjoy a short story with a good message. I can see an older child enjoying this kind of humor and having bua filter to understand that we don’t talk to others this way, but the reading level of this book is for about a 6 or 7 year old.
She went into the nurses office. View all 5 comments. My smellyy concern was my daughter picking-up the negativity; however, that was far from the case. I think the theme is if you do something wrong, then there will be consequenses.
I understand that perhaps the humor is meant to be over-the-top and the incorrect words are supposed to be cute. Jul 28, smeelly Pages years Buy. I did not like this book because I was not able to relate to it at all.
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The theme of the story is to observe first before becoming the center of attention. She said she has many good memories of reading but that these books were the ones that made her laugh the most. I would not recommend it to anyone older, because it was not very relatable to them.
When she got to school she had a pretty good time besides the fact a litt Personal response: Some of the reviews read were quite complimentary, but some though that Junie B books encouraged bad attitude and too stupod sass. While I understand the desire of authors to “speak” to their audience, good behavior, manners, and discipline are something that should be a part of every child’s life, even fictional kindergarten girls.