Junie B. Jones and the Stupid Smelly Bus (Junie B. Jones, No. 1) (Book & CD)
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 of the school bus and the meanies on it that when it's time to go home, she doesn't.
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10 Top-Secret Personal Facts About Junie B
By Me, Junie B. Jones
From the Inside Flap
- My birthday is Junie the 1st!
- My mother's name is Susan, Susie, Suz, Mommy, and Mother. Plus sometimes Daddy calls her Buttercup. That is ridiculous I think.
- My favorite food is yummy, delicious lemon pie. Plus also I like 'pasketti and meatballs and whipped cream in a can, and sugar cookies! I do not like peas. Or Tuna Noodle Stinkle (that dish does not smell delightful).
- When I grow up I would like to be the janitor of my school. The janitor saves people from danger. And paints litter cans. And carry keys that unlock the bathroom. Without the janitor we couldn't even go to the toilet. I would also enjoy being Beauty Shop guy, I think.
- My grandma, Helen Miller has a pet bird named Twitter. (Only I hate that dumb bird).
- I am not actually a fan of roosters either. One time, a boy named meanie Jim said that roosters can peck your head into a nub. And that is not pleasant, I tell you.
- The name of my school is Clarence somebody or other Elementary School.
- I usually take the stupid smelly bus to school. Only some mornings I accidentally spill cereal down the front of me at breakfast. And then I accidentally dance with Teddy instead of changing clothes. And so I accidentally miss the bus. Then Mother has to drive me. She is not pleasant when that happens.
- When I am scared in the dark, I grab my bestest stuffed animal named Philip Johnny Bob. And then both of us sing, "The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow" from the hit musical Annie.
- My favorite fruits are fruit loops, cherry jello, grape Kool-aid, orange popsicles, strawberry shortcake, blueberry pancakes, and chocolate covered raisins.
Illus. in black-and-white . Meet Junie B. who tells in her own words the hilarious story of how she gets locked in school after her first day of kindergarten. "It's hard for anyone to resist Junie B."--"Booklist. "It's a real hoot!"--"School Library Journal. "A genuinely funny, easily read story."--"Kirkus.
"From the Hardcover Library Binding edition.
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