If you liked Junie B. Jones stories...

Thanks again for your Book Match request. I like Junie B. Jones, too!

You might enjoy reading Judy Moody books by Megan McDonald and
Ramona books by Beverly Cleary. The main character of both of these
series is a girl who gets into all kinds of trouble and fun just like Junie B.!

Lena Gonzalez Berrios, youth services manager
Porter Branch, Central Rappahannock Regional Library

 

Since you enjoy the Junie B. Jones books by Barbara Park, I am sending
you some titles of other humorous books. I hope you like them all!

Maxie, Rosie, and Earl--Partners in Grime / Barbara Park
When their disciplinary meetings with the principal are postponed, three students skip school with humorous results.

What's Cooking, Jenny Archer? / by Ellen Conford
Follows the comic mishaps of Jenny Archer as she goes into business
preparing lunches for friends at school.

Twin Surprises / Susan Beth Pfeffer
Relates Betsy's humorous efforts to keep a surprise birthday party for
her twin sister a secret.

The Exiles at Home / Hilary McKay
The four Conroy sisters' efforts to raise money in order to sponsor a
ten-year-old boy in Africa get them into one difficult situation after
another

Happy Reading!

Linda Nesbitt
Headquarters Youth Services
 

Thanks again for your Book Match request. Since you like the Junie B.
Jones books,

Here are some titles of other books you may enjoy:

Elisa in the Middle by Johanna Hurwitz. Five-year-old Elisa has an older brother and a new baby brother, but her neighbor says the middle is the best, just like the filling in a sandwich.

Get Ready For Second Grade, Amber Brown by Paula Danziger.
Amber is nervous about starting second grade with a new teacher, especially since mean Hannah Burton is in the same class.

Mimmy and Sophie by Miriam Cohen.
Two little sisters may not always get along, but they love to eat popsicles, go on picnics, and draw on the sidewalk.

Count Your Money with the Polk Street School by Patricia Reilly Giff.
This is one in a series of books about kids, including Richard "Beast"
Best, who are in Mrs. Ryan's class at Polk Street School.

Young Cam Jansen and The Zoo Note Mystery by David A. Adler.
Cam's photographic memory let her help her friend Eric when he misplaces his permission slip to go on the school field trip.

Owen Foote, Super Spy by Stephanie Greene.
Owen and his friends decide that spying on the school principal at his own house will be a fun challenge.


Happy Reading!

Linda Nesbitt,
Headquarters Youth Services