In Junie B. Jones is a Graduation Girl, the title character colors purple dots on her white graduation gown to disguise the grape juice driblets on it. Although her classmates initially make fun of her, when they see how upset she is, they decide to color spots on their own gowns so that she will not stand out. The best part? The kid who suggested it was Jim, with whom she has had a rockyrelationship since the beginning of kindergarten.
The end of Jingle Bells, Batman Smells (P.S., So Does May), in which Junie B. and May finally get along - at least until the next book.
Junie B. Jones: Dumb Bunny: Junie B. wins the grab for the Golden Egg, the grand prize of Lucille's egg hunt. Sheldon, her classmate, has not gotten any, because the eggs have kept getting snatched. Junie B. slides her hand off the top of the egg and lets Sheldon's hand drop onto it. Granted, it was partially to "show" May (who had been snatching Sheldon's eggs), but at the end she confesses that even though she wishes she had the prize, looking at Sheldon's happy face makes her feel happy too.
The ending of Toothless Wonder. After Junie B. finally gives her tooth to the Tooth Fairy, her baby brother Ollie starts getting in his first baby tooth. Junie B. concludes that the Tooth Fairy recycled her tooth and gave it to Ollie and when Ollie smiles at her, she says that she could come to like him after all.