This book begins with Junie sitting next to a girl named May, who is rude to Junie B. Junie B. got mad, because May always got an A+ on her homework. Junie forgot to do her homework, so she copied off May's work. When she read her assignment, Mr. Scarry, the teacher, told her it was the same as May's. She got a note sent home that she had to show to her parents and bring back. That night Junie B. talked it over with her parents and said she would try not to do it again.
I liked the book because it showed lots of excitement. The funny part was when Junie B. wrote, "Mr. Scarry is a tattletale," in her journal. That is what I like about the book.
Note: Synopsis and review by a female reviewer, age 8.
Parent's Note: This book is part of the Junie B. Jones series. A complete list of the books can be found on the Junie B. Jones website.
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