Junie B., First Grader: Dumb Bunny (Junie B. Jones, No. 27) by Barbara Park

By Barbara Park

Meet the World's Funniest First Grader—Junie B. Jones!

It's an Easter Egg-stravaganza! With over 50 million books in print, Barbara Park’s New York Times bestselling bankruptcy publication sequence, Junie B. Jones, is a lecture room favourite and has been holding childrens laughing—and reading—for over two decades! within the twenty seventh Junie B. Jones ebook, Lucille is having an Easter Egg Hunt at her wealthy dear mansion! And bet what? The winner will get a play date to swim in Lucille's heated indoor swimming pool! in basic terms, this is the matter. How did Junie B. get caught donning a massive dumb bunny go well with? and the way can she in all probability locate eggs whilst she retains tripping over her large immense rabbit ft? Being a dumb bunny is easily no longer as effortless because it seems. Will Junie B. turn out with egg on her face? Or will the day convey a few very uneggspected results?

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Lennie's eyes lighted up. “Really, Shirley? ” he asked. He smiled. “Then I think I will wear some fancy Jewish pants,” he said. My friend named Herbert tapped on his chin. “Let's see. Since I'm a Pressed-byterian, I guess I should wear Pressed-byterian pants,” he said. He turned and looked at me. “Pressed-byterian means we iron out our wrinkles, I think,” he said. Just then, Sheldon slapped the table with his hand. “Hey, I know! I will wear a fancy turban! ” he asked. ” Mr. Scary was listening to us while he ate.

I did another sigh. ’Cause let's face it. The bunny was a rotten egg. Sheldon found three more eggs. May swooped all of them. Every time she swooped, she shouted her head off. “FOUR! FOUR! ” “FIVE! FIVE! ” “SIX! SIX! ” Six was Sheldon's limit, apparently. He stomped to my tree stump and threw his empty basket in the grass. “That's it! I'm done! I'm not looking for one more egg for that girl. Let her find her own stupid eggs! ” he said. May came chasing after him. “No, Sheldon! No! You can't quit!

And I sat down very glum. “I hate being this dumb bunny,” I said. “’Cause my feet are too big. And my legs are too slow. ” I slumped my shoulders and looked in the empty basket. I did another sigh. ’Cause let's face it. The bunny was a rotten egg. Sheldon found three more eggs. May swooped all of them. Every time she swooped, she shouted her head off. “FOUR! FOUR! ” “FIVE! FIVE! ” “SIX! SIX! ” Six was Sheldon's limit, apparently. He stomped to my tree stump and threw his empty basket in the grass.

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