If You Liked Junie B. Jones
Recommended books for those who enjoyed the Junie B. Jones series.
Annabel is disappointed that her first big acting break is to play a gorilla at a birthday party.
Babymouse dreams of being queen of the world, but will settle for an invitation to Felicia Furrypaws' slumber party.
Tacy moves into the house across the street from Betsy, and the two five-year-old girls become best friends.
If you liked Junie B. Jones and Ramona Quimby, get to know eight-year-old Clementine.
Worrywart Beany worries all the time about EVERYTHING.
Five-year-old Elisa is the middle child, just like the filling in a sandwich--the best part!
Emma doesn't think she can survive the whole summer away from her pet ferret, Marmaduke.
Starting second grade is a little scary, but Amber Brown is ready!
Gooney Bird loves being the center of attention in this funny school story.
Eight-year old Granville, the shortest kid in third grade, tries to convince his parents that they don't need a new baby.
Horrible Harry has horrible ideas that make life in Room 2B anything but boring.
Judy is in a bad mood on the first day of school, until she gets to make a "Me Collage."
Misnamed by her teacher, seven-year-old Just Grace has a small superpower that gets her into trouble.
Will Lollipop, the smartest pig in the kingdom, be able to unspoil the spoiled seven-year-old Princess Penelope?
Lucy Rose starts keeping a diary of her first year in Washington, D.C., where she moves after her parents separate.
Marvin is the only redhead in his family and thinks he knows why: he's really the lost prince of Shampoon.
Moxy Maxwell has avoided reading Stuart Little all summer, but now it's the day before 4th grade.
Mrs. Watson LOOKS like an ordinary first-grade teacher, but everyone knows she's really a 300-year-old alien who steals baby teeth.
Owen Foote thinks spying is the coolest thing in the world. Who will he pick to spy on next?