Anyone's kids read Junie B Jones books?

@4cuteboys (4102)
United States
April 5, 2007 7:20pm CST
My son (yes, son) loves these books! He has almost all the books. Although he can read well, I also like to read them to him. They are actually pretty funny, I enjoy reading them! My only complaint is how she "talks" sometimes, it obviously isn't correct and i'd like my son to see the words spelled correctly but all in all they are enjoyable books. Anyone else have comments about them?
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@sweetdesign (5151)
• United States
6 Apr 07
My daughter loved these when she was younger and I enjoyed them also. A friend of mines son liked them also so that is not unusual for a boy to like them.
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@4cuteboys (4102)
• United States
6 Apr 07
Thanks! I think his dad thought it was kind of girly, but I say if he likes it, and it gets him reading instead of watching tv, why not!
@TeeandMe (104)
• United States
6 Apr 07
I have heard of these books but haven't actually had any of my children read one. My oldest ( 7) asked for one the other day and I plan on getting her one soon! She is really into chapter books at the moment. She is getting tired of all the baby books we have around here lol
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@4cuteboys (4102)
• United States
6 Apr 07
That's my son too! He is 7 and around 6 1/2 he wanted chapter books! He really likes magic treehouse and junie b. The bonus is they are very cheap! Like $2.99 a piece!
• United States
6 Apr 07
Yes i love them too. I really didnt read them until my daughters first grade teacher started reading them in class. She started comming home wanting to read them. I agree the spelling isnt correct but thats a first grader for ya.
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@tgreen80 (171)
• United States
16 Apr 07
My daughter is seven and is in the first grade she absoloutly loves these books she has several of them. I agree with you on the way she speaks in this book I know when her teacher reads them to her and her classmates in class she explains to them how it is not correct or nice for them to talk or act like she does in these books she also explains to them that these books are not based on real people that they are made up.