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Grade 1-3-Kindergartener Junie B. Jones is back, and she has decided to become a spy. Curious to discover where her teacher, "Mrs.," lives, she takes her sneaky feet out on the case. When she thinks that she has witnessed Mrs. committing a crime, she tries hard to keep quiet, even when a friend warns her that keeping secrets can make your head explode. Junie's chatty narrative style, reminiscent of Eloise, becomes a bit much at times, but her five-going-on-six viewpoint rings true. Young readers ready for short chapter books are close enough to their own kindergarten memories to find Junie B.'s adventures, illustrated with black-and-white drawings, both familiar and funny.
Elaine E. Knight, Lincoln Elementary Schools, IL
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Gr. 2-4. The irrepressible Junie B. Jones, seen most recently in Junie B. Jones and Her Big Fat Mouth (1993), returns for her fourth adventure. This time her penchant for "sneaky peeky spying" gets her in trouble when, as a result of some laundry-hamper espionage, she frightens her grandfather into dropping his dentures. After her mother forbids future covert activities, Junie tries to be more discreet, and she catches her teacher sampling grapes in the local produce department. Naturally, Junie misunderstands, resulting in still another hilarious trip to the principal's office and much embarrassment for everyone concerned. Park has a wonderful ear for the dialogue of five-year-olds and an even better grasp of how their minds operate. Junie truly means well, but her inexperience and impulsiveness land her in trouble every time. A sure bet for beginning chapter-book readers, although Junie's linguistic idiosyncrasies may prove confusing for English-as-a-second-language learners. Illustrated with black-line drawings. Kay Weisman --This text refers to the Library Binding edition.See all Product Description
My book review was Junie B. Jones Sneeky Peeky Spying by Barbra Park. I would recommend it to someone because it is not confusing to read and it is funny. Junie B. Read morePublished on Dec 5 2001
JUNIE B. IS THE FUNNIST KID YOU WILL EVERY MEET.
IN THIS BOOK YOU WILL READ ABOUT SOME TOP KID SPYING.
HOPE YOU READ THE BOOK. IT IS THE BEST.
JUNIE B. JONES IS GOING TO BE 6 YEARS OLD AND LIKES TO SPY ON PEOPLE EXSPECIALLY HER TEACHER MRS.,SHE MADE HER TEACHER TELL HER WHERE SHE LIVES SO JUNIE B JONES COULD SPY ON MRS. Read morePublished on May 3 2001
My daughter is not the most gung ho for reading and yet she hasfound interest in these Junie B Jones books! They are fun stories with real cute and interesting story lines. Read morePublished on Aug. 3 2000 by Bernadette A. Moyer
I really like this book because it's funny. My sister reads it to me, and I laugh at it every time we read it . I liked the part where Junie B. Read morePublished on July 22 2000
This is my Kindergarten son's favorite Junie B. book, although he loves them all. He laughs out loud at Junie B's antics and loves pointing out her grammar mistakes. Read morePublished on May 17 2000 by Mom of a middle-schooler