In her own words, a young girl describes her feelings about starting kindergarten and what she does when she decides not to ride the bus home.
Six-year-old Junie B.'s penchant for spying on people and her curiosity about the private life of her teacher get her in trouble at kindergarten.
Junie B. thinks first grade is a flop when her kindergarten friend Lucille prefers the company of twins Camille and Chenille and Junie B. needs glasses.
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.
Junie B. Jones has just turned six and is looking forward to her kindergarten graduation, but when grape juice stains the white gown she couldn't resist trying on, she is afraid graduation is ruined.
Junie, an outspoken, sometimes exasperating, first grader is thrilled when she is told she can help out in the school cafeteria.
When her kindergarten class has Job Day, Junie B. goes through much confusion and excitement before deciding on the "bestest" job of all.
Excitable Junie B. Jones manages to find trouble both before and during a trip to Hawaii and records each incident in a photo journal given to her by her teacher.
Junie B.'s journal entries start with Room One's stomach virus excitement, the first-grade Columbus Day play, and getting the part of the Pinta, the fastest ship.
Unable to compete with her friends' fancy clothes and running ability, irrepressible six-year-old Junie B. finds her own way to make the new boy at school like her.
"Junie B. y sus padres se van de vacaciones a Hawái. El maestro de Junie B. le da una cámara para que mantenga un diario fotográfico del viaje. Pero no es tan fácil tomar buenas fotos durante las vacaciones. ¿Qué pa...