Hold the phone!" "Except not (actually) (name "call 911 call 911!" (When in shock or scared) "After that." "How did you do that Maxine. How did you do that" ( Junie. Jones is a beauty Shop guy ) "Then Mommy/Daddy said I'm not allowed to (do X) anymore. Only i never even heard of that dumb rule." Censorship by Spelling : In Junie. Jones Is (almost) a flower Girl, junie b's mother looks at her father and says "I think someone is s-l-e-e-p-y." Junie. Tells her that she's a grown-up lady and she knows how to spell. "And so i am not one bit slippery.
I just like "B" and that's essay all." (All of the books open with this line.) "Wowie wow wow!" "Hurray! Hurray!" "That is a hoot, i tell you!" name/pronoun) am/is a lucky duck." "I hearded that (name/pronoun) is easier than my math!" "Hello. How are you today? I am fine." (When she gets in trouble) "HEY! Who turned out the lights?" (When she didn't see something) "My teacher's name is Mrs. She has another name, too. But I just like mrs. And that's all." (in all of the kindergarten books) "I am not even scared of him, hardly." (When referring art to her first grade teacher,. Scary.) "The end." (when she's finished telling her stories to other characters or telling the truth) "X looked up at the ceiling. I looked up there too. But I didn't see anything." (In reference to when adults roll their eyes at someone) "Missy's my name when I'm in trouble." varies) and i mean it!" varies) And she (Grandma helen Miller) said don't call her Helen." "Yeah, only." "Plus also." "Here's the problem.".
Is upset and crying because her white kindergarten graduation dress is covered in grape juice stains, it is that meanie jim who gets everyone in the class to cover their for own dresses in stains to make her feel better. Catch-Phrase : Junie. Uses and reuses various phrases during the books. A lot of them. "My name is Junie. The "B" stands for beatrice. Except, i don't like beatrice.
Black best Friend : Grace. Blonde, brunette, redhead : Lucille (blonde grace (brunette) and Junie b (redhead). Bratty half-Pint : Junie. Some of the time. Buffy Speak : A more childish version. Really, "Junie speak" could golf be its own trope. The bully : That meanie jim. It is revealed in Mushy gushy valentine that he is only bullying her because he has london a crush on her. Jerk with a heart of Gold : When Junie.
She becomes more Alpha bitchy in first grade, though. Annoying younger Sibling : Baby Ollie, to junie. Are we there yet? In beauty Shop guy, junie. Asks her dad "Are we there yet? Why aren't we there?" as they travel to the barbershop for her dad to get a haircut. It's kind of justified in this case, though, as Junie. Is confused because they're not going to their normal barber shop, but instead a beauty shop that was recommended to her father by one of his friends. Berserk button : Junie.'s is when anyone refers to her as simply "Junie and does not include the "B." to her irritation, may keeps pressing this particular button over and over and over.
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S.: so does may, but not actually seen. Likely true for the productions of other titles from the series as well. This is most likely because all of the children are played by real kids and it would be more trouble than it's worth for a production of this type book to try to cast a kid that young. Agony of the feet : Happens to junie.'s toe. Junie., first Grader: One man Band, when she kicks her mother's watering can that has a picture of a cow.
Her sore toe then became a negative. Chekhov's Gun during the story. All Girls like ponies : Inverted. Jones is scared to death of ponies because her babysitter let her watch a reality show on tv called When Ponies Attack. Junie., first Grader: Aloha-ha-ha! Alpha bitch : Lucille switches between a mean popular girl and a good friend. Oftentimes she can be very haughty and bratty, but the rest of the time she shows that she is a genuinely good friend.
Junie.'s mother is not amused and wishes she would get over it, but when the father hears the title of the program covers his face, then bursts out in loud hoots of laughter, leading the mother to sarcastically comment that he's being a huge. He ducks out of the room for what Junie. Calls a "time-out" and when he comes back apologizes to her, saying the show she saw was so ridiculous, he couldn't help. Adaptation Expansion : The stage show of, jingle bells, batman Smells,. S.: so does may includes material from, shipwrecked! Presented in flashback form.
It also includes a few other small additional scenes, such as a fantasy sequence of Junie. Imagining herself unwrapping and squeezing a giant a squeez-a-burp as her classmates and. Scary cheer her on and. Also sprach Zarathustra plays. Adapted Out : Junie.'s little brother Ollie is mentioned in the stage show production. Jingle bells, batman Smells,.
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Jones and the Stupid Smelly bus, was released in April 2012, with bonus material. My valentime was released posthumously on December 24, 2013 and is described as being 30 full-color cardstock valentines, 2 pages of stickers, and 9 pages of Junie. Musings on Valentine's day. In 2015, all of the books in the series were reissued in a new paperback format with a unified design across all of the covers and the "Junie. First Grader" with books issued under of the banner of simply "Junie. Actually Pretty funny : In, junie. Jones Has a peep in Her Pocket, junie. Is hot-and-bothered about an upcoming school field trip to a farm because she's scared of ponies. An unscrupulous babysitter let her watch a cable television program titled.
These were released approximately once a year until 2007. No new releases were seen after. Junie., first Grader: Dumb Bunny, and plan it was assumed that the series had ended, until. Turkeys we have loved and Eaten (and Other Thankful Stuff) was announced for and later released in August 2012. It was later revealed that Park had suffered a long battle with ovarian cancer and she passed away in november 2013, possibly putting an end to the idea of anymore new releases in the series. Jones series made ala's list of the top 100 challenged books or books series from, related to complaints regarding the social values taught by the books and that Junie. Jones is a poor role model, due to her poor spelling grammar and mouthiness. This series has spawned multiple stage shows by TheatreWorks usa. Jones celebrated her 20th anniversary in 2012 and a full-color anniversary edition of the first book in the series, junie.
for "Beatrice but she doesn't like beatrice, she just likes., and that's all. The stories are told in the first person by junie. Herself, and all of the stories in the original series also include a brief letter at the end by barbara park, with illustrations by denise Brunkus. Was originally conceived as a character that was. Not Allowed to Grow Up, but Barbara park changed her mind on this matter and "graduated" Junie. To first grade, with the latter books in the series released under the banner "Junie., first Grader." There were a total of 27 books in the series, 17 in the original line and 10 in the "Junie., first Grader" series, as well.
Everyones favorite girl is back and this time its personal! The holidays should be that special time of year when everyone spreads peace and goodwill. But not when Junie. Draws her sworn enemys name for the secret Santa gift exchange at school! Things get especially golf ugly when their music teacher announces that the two will perform together in the schools holiday pageant! Recommended for youth Ages 4 up / Approximate running Time: 70 minutes. Dayton Local publishes events in the Greater dayton region.
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So here i have modified the entry lyrics for fun. Enjoy and have a very very merry christmas! Am, d7, c g bells on bob-tail ring making spirits bright. G, c What fun it is to ride and sing. Past event - sunday, december 21, 2014. This page may be updated if the event is repeated. A landmark Childrens Theatre company Production, based on the book junie., first Grader: Jingle bells, batman Smells! So does may) by barbara park. A landmark Childrens Theatre company Production, written by Allison Gregory and based on the book junie., first Grader: Jingle bells, batman Smells!