History Literature / JunieBJones

21st Nov '17 11:46:07 AM Monolaf317
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In "Junie B. Jones is (Almost) a Flower Girl," Junie B.'s Aunt is named Flo.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In "Junie B. Jones is (Almost) a Flower Girl," Junie B.'s Aunt is named [[StealthPun Flo.]]
3rd Nov '17 10:57:22 AM MsCC93
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* MotorMouth: Junie B. can be really talkative.
6th Oct '17 8:52:05 AM JMQwilleran
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The ''Junie B. Jones'' series made [=ALA=]'s list of the top 100 challenged books or books series from 2000-2009, related to [[MoralGuardians complaints]] regarding the social values taught by the books and that Junie B. Jones is a poor role model, due to her poor spelling & grammar and mouthiness. This series has spawned a [[TheMusical stage show]] by [=TheatreWorks USA=].

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The ''Junie B. Jones'' series made [=ALA=]'s list of the top 100 challenged books or books series from 2000-2009, related to [[MoralGuardians complaints]] regarding the social values taught by the books and that Junie B. Jones is a poor role model, due to her poor spelling & grammar and mouthiness. This series has spawned a multiple [[TheMusical stage show]] shows]] by [=TheatreWorks USA=].
1st Jul '17 4:25:40 PM JMQwilleran
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* ActuallyPrettyFunny: In ''Junie b. Jones Has a Peep in Her Pocket'', Junie B. is hot-and-bothered about an upcoming school field trip to a farm because she's scared of ponies. Reason? An unscrupulous babysitter let her watch a cable television program titled ''When Ponies Attack''. Junie B.'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 help. He ducks out of the room for what Junie B. calls a "time-out" and when he comes back apologizes to her, saying the show she saw was so ridiculous, he couldn't help it.

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* ActuallyPrettyFunny: In ''Junie b.B. Jones Has a Peep in Her Pocket'', Junie B. is hot-and-bothered about an upcoming school field trip to a farm because she's scared of ponies. Reason? An unscrupulous babysitter let her watch a cable television program titled ''When Ponies Attack''. Junie B.'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 help. He ducks out of the room for what Junie B. calls a "time-out" and when he comes back apologizes to her, saying the show she saw was so ridiculous, he couldn't help it.
1st Jul '17 4:25:05 PM JMQwilleran
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* ActuallyPrettyFunny: In ''Junie b. Jones Has a Peep in Her Pocket'', Junie B. is hot-and-bothered about an upcoming school field trip to a farm because she's scared of ponies. Reason? An unscrupulous babysitter let her watch a cable television program titled ''When Ponies Attack''. Junie B.'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 help. He ducks out of the room for what Junie B. calls a "time-out" and when he comes back apologizes to her, saying the show she saw was so ridiculous, he couldn't help it.
12th May '17 12:28:24 AM jormis29
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* ShoutOut: Though it's entirely possible that it's completely coincidental, in ''The Stupid Smelly Bus'', Junie B. {{Malaproper}}s that she likes "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" from ''The Wizard of Odds''. ''The Wizard of Odds'' was an actual, short-lived 70s game show hosted by Creator/AlexTrebek.

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* ShoutOut: Though it's entirely possible that it's completely coincidental, in ''The Stupid Smelly Bus'', Junie B. {{Malaproper}}s that she likes "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" from ''The Wizard of Odds''. ''The Wizard of Odds'' ''Series/TheWizardOfOdds'' was an actual, short-lived 70s game show hosted by Creator/AlexTrebek.
15th Mar '17 11:32:57 PM Segal991
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* TheBully: That meanie Jim
** It is revealed in ''Mushy Gushy Valentine'' that [[spoiler: he is only bullying her because he has a crush on her.]]

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* TheBully: That meanie Jim
Jim.
** It is revealed in ''Mushy Gushy Valentine'' that [[spoiler: he is only bullying her because [[LovingBully he has a crush on her.]] ]]]]



* CloudCuckooLander: Junie B. is rather...odd.



* CompletelyMissingThePoint: Junie B. OWNED this one.

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* CompletelyMissingThePoint: ComicallyMissingThePoint: Junie B. OWNED this one.


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* FullNameBasis: Junie B. always refers to Paulie Allen Puffer and Bobbi Jean Piper by their full names.
15th Feb '17 6:32:26 PM SeagullMacaroni
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** May is a pure AlphaBitch.
12th Dec '16 8:04:27 PM JMQwilleran
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''Junie B. Jones'' is a series of books aimed at elementary school audiences, written by Barbara Park. The "B." stands for "Beatrice," but [[EmbarrassingMiddleName she doesn't like Beatrice, she just likes B., and that's all]]. The stories are told in the first person by Junie B. herself, and all of the stories in the original series also include a brief letter at the end by Barbara Park.

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''Junie B. Jones'' is a series of books aimed at elementary school audiences, written by Barbara Park. The "B." stands for "Beatrice," but [[EmbarrassingMiddleName she doesn't like Beatrice, she just likes B., and that's all]]. The stories are told in the first person by Junie B. herself, and all of the stories in the original series also include a brief letter at the end by Barbara Park.Park, with illustrations by Denise Brunkus.
17th Oct '16 2:44:44 PM ZippyKirby_TVT
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* TeachersOutOfSchool: Junie B. goes through this in ''Junie B. Jones is Not a Crook'' when she sees her teacher at the grocery store testing out a couple of grapes for quality-check and thinks that she's stealing.

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* TeachersOutOfSchool: Junie B. goes through this in ''Junie B. Jones is Not a Crook'' and some Sneaky Peaky Spying'' when she sees her teacher at the grocery store testing out a couple of grapes for quality-check and thinks that she's stealing.
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