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By Barbara Park

Barbara Park’s New York Times bestselling bankruptcy booklet sequence, Junie B. Jones, is a school room favourite and has been retaining teenagers laughing—and reading—for greater than two decades. Over 60 million copies in print and now with a shiny new search for a brand new generation!
 
Meet the World’s Funniest First Grader—Junie B. Jones! whatever very excellent is going on to Junie B. And it’s called—hurray, hurray!—she’s attending to be a qualified lunch woman! And that suggests placing out with Mrs. Gutzman within the cafeteria. and status in the back of the counter. or even donning a true genuine hair internet! Who is aware? lovely quickly she may be the boss of the full whole lunch operation!
 
USA Today:
“Junie B. is the darling of the young-reader set.”
 
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“Park convinces starting readers that Junie B.—and reading—are plenty of fun.”
 
Kirkus Reviews:
“Junie’s swarms of younger fanatics will proceed to thrill in her certain tackle the area. . . . A hilarious, great read-aloud.”
 
Time:
“Junie B. Jones is a feisty six-year-old with an endearing penchant for honesty.”

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If the serviette piles begin to run out, simply achieve less than the counter and get extra. ok? Do you think that you are able to do that for me, Junie B.? ” I nodded genuine quick. “Yes! ” I acknowledged. “I understand i will be able to do this, Mrs. Gutzman! ’Cause i am already conversant in napkins! ” I smiled genuine proud. “I use napkins at my own house,” I acknowledged. “I use them to wipe my mouth after dinner. Plus occasionally, i exploit my sleeve. ” Mrs. Gutzman seemed humorous at me. After that, she passed me a sponge and took me to the counter through the sinks. “Okay. Your moment activity may be to maintain this significant counter wiped off,” she acknowledged. “You do not need to wash any enormous messes, Junie B. simply wipe up any little spills or crumbs you notice. ” I grinned actual tremendous. “Sponges are one other activity i'm solid at, Mrs. Gutzman,” I acknowledged. “’Cause one time in kindergarten, I practiced throwing sponges in my rest room. and that i did not even leave out the pot, rarely. ” Mrs. Gutzman's face went form of faded. “Oh,” she stated. “Oh my. ” After that, her voice sounded a bit of apprehensive. “Well, uh … there is only one extra task i must let you know about,” she acknowledged. “Do you spot that door over there? that is the place the kids are available the kitchen to get their lunches. ” “Yes,” I stated. “I see it. ” “Well—when you are not busy together with your different jobs—I'd such as you to be our lunch greeter,” she stated. “Do you recognize what a greeter is, Junie B.? A greeter smiles at humans and says hi. Do you think that you may do this? ” This time, i did not resolution her immediately. ’Cause that activity made my abdominal believe jumpy within. “Yeah, simply there is youngsters who i do not even comprehend at this college, Mrs. Gutzman,” I acknowledged type of shaky. “And a few of them are titanic young ones. and massive youngsters aren't my favourite measurement. ” Mrs. Gutzman did a giggle. “Don't fear, Junie B. i feel you can find there are various really nice tremendous childrens at this school,” she stated. “Could you simply supply it a test, please? ” I shrugged my shoulders form of weakish. “I do not know … perhaps I could,” I stated. Mrs. Gutzman gave me a pat. “That's the spirit,” she acknowledged. “Now there is only one more thing we have to discuss sooner than you start. ” Then wager what? She reached lower than the counter. and he or she gave me one other pair of mitts. I fast held up my palms for her to determine. “But i am already donning mitts, Mrs. Gutzman. See them? You already gave them to me the day gone by. ” “I understand. yet those are brand-new ones, Junie B. ,” she stated. “Around right here, we alter our plastic mitts ordinarily. that is how we retain from spreading germs. we are continually washing our palms and altering our mitts. ” I scratched my head. “No kidding,” I stated. “Really? You suggest i am speculated to wash my fingers, plus put on mitts? My, my. that is loads of hygiene, is not it? ” Mrs. Gutzman did a teensy frown. Then she took me to the sink. and she or he washed my fingers genuine sturdy. when they have been dry, she positioned the hot mitts on me. “Whoa. those are the cleanest palms I ever saw,” I stated. After that, I skipped again to the counter. and that i begun stacking napkins. beautiful quickly, the kitchen began getting smells in it. I sniffed the air. The smells weren't scrumptious.

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