Lexile Measure: 370L (What's this?)
Paperback: 96 pages
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers (April 14, 1996)
Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.2 x 7.6 inches
Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
Best Sellers Rank: #44,773 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #48 in Books > Children's Books > Holidays & Celebrations > Non-religious #618 in Books > Children's Books > Literature & Fiction > Chapter Books & Readers > Chapter Books #1060 in Books > Children's Books > Literature & Fiction > Chapter Books & Readers > Beginner Readers
Age Range: 6 - 9 years
Grade Level: 1 - 4
Junie B. is shattered when her big mouth causes her to be uninvited to the biggest birthday bash in town. Being the only one in Room Nine who is not invited is just about more than she can stand.Read about the hilarious antics of Junie B. as her family struggles to help her deal with this catastrophe. Children of all ages will love hearing how Junie B. tries to deal with this problem. I can't wait to read more in this series!
Hi! My name is Amanda. I'm in third grade. I just finished the book Junie B. Jones and the Meanie Jim's Birthday. Barbara Park is the author of this book. The book was about a girl that was the only one that didn't have an invitation to the birthday party in her class. I liked the story because it is funny and sad. I think everyone should read this book. I think I would give this book five stars because the story is funny.
This book is about a little boy's birthday party invitations. It is meanie Jim's birthday. Jim said that he would invite everyone in room 9 . But one day Jim got mad at Junie B. on the bus and they were both yelling at each other. When Jim got mad at Junie B. that day he did not give Junie B. an invitation. Later on Jim gave out invitations to all the kids in room 9 except Junie B. did not get one. So Junie B. zoomed over to crybaby William and snatched his invitation right out of his hand and ran as fast as she could over to the swings. When William told his teacher Mrs. that Junie B. snatched his invitation right out of his hand and Junie B. had to go to the principal's office. A few minutes later Jim was at the door. Jim went into the principal's office and said "I'm sorry here is your invitation". Thank you Jim!
While this is a cute series , it could be more appropriate if words were eliminated that one would prefer children not use, such as: " stupid", " hate" etc. also it would be nice to have a series where the character was more positive and behaved better,
I wanted to have chapter book reading groups in my third grade classroom. I also wanted to have something that students of all reading levels would enjoy so that we could have the entire class reading together instead of leveled groups. Higher level students didn't mind because Junie B is fun to read. My lower level students were pleased to be able to keep up with everyone in the group. I specifically purchased That Meanie Jim's Birthday as bibliotherapy for some girls who can be bullies. Meanie Jim's Birthday was a recommended book for bullying discussions. Because Junie B's bullying was not as aggressive or real life as what happens in my classroom, my targeted group of girls didn't get the connection. Over all, the students loved the book. I would recommend it for students who are just getting into chapter books. Boys don't mind reading Junie B Jones either.
All of my kids have loved the Junie B books, they are great for boys and girls. The writing is simple and humerus. Junie is very naughty most of the time but the kids love her and can relate to her. Certainly worth the buy. I bought this book used and it came in good condition as described.
My grand daughter picked this out and wanted me to read it to her, so I did. I am not a Junie B. Jones fan. Junie is a selfish brat and I really would prefer to read books about kind, loving children who consider others before themselves and teach children to do the same. Junie doesn't do this. But, my grand daughter likes her books, so we have several.
I am in first grade.I like this book because she is funny. She is funny because she wanted to go to Jim's party real bad and not be the only person that's left out. She did many tricks to get invited to the party. Some are bad tricks and funny.
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