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‘Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells!” was totally awesome! I loved it so much.
Hi, my name is Isabella. I am in second grade. I am 7 years old. My favorite book is “Junie B. Jones, Batman Smells, P.S. So does May.” My favorite movie is “Just Add Water.” My favorite TV shows are “iCarly” and “Victorious.” My favorite thing to do is gymnastics.
First-grader Junie B. Jones seeks revenge against her enemy, tattletale May, when Junie draws her name for the Secret Santa giveaway. Appropriate for ages 5 and older.
Saturday, Nov. 24
Through Dec. 24
The popular children’s book character Junie B. Jones arrives on her hot pink bus for a live, theatrical performance that includes a show-and-tell of Junie B.’s favorite things from home. 4 p.m. Tuesday. Dobson High School, 1501 W. Guadalupe Road, Mesa. General seating begins at 3:30 p.m. Tickets, good for two seats, are free with purchase of any Junie B. Jones title at Changing Hands Bookstore. Additional tickets are available for $5 or free with additional Junie B. Jones book purchase. Children 4 and younger get in free. (480) 730-0205 or www.changinghands.com.
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When light parades and shopping-mall Santas lose their luster, these kid-friendly shows radiate holiday cheer the whole family can enjoy.
NEW YORK - On Sept. 9, the U.S. publisher of "Harry Potter" will premiere a highly ambitious series with a mystery ending for readers and a couple of puzzlers for the industry: How big is the market for a multimedia story - and can a phenomenon be conceived by a publisher rather than created by the public?
Talking to Barbara Park is a challenge, and it’s not because she’s a best-selling author with more defenses around her inner circle than an onion has layers. In fact, her life — split primarily between her home in Scottsdale and a favorite childhood vacation spot on Long Beach Island, N.J. — is pretty normal and entourage-free.
AMUSING AUTHOR: Scottsdale resident Barbara Park is the funny lady behind the plucky and beloved children’s character Junie B. Jones, First Grader. Park has earned more than 40 awards, including the 1987 Library of Congress Book of the Year Award, for her books, which include the Junie B. Jones series for beginning readers and popular children’s novels such as “Skinny Bones,” “Operation Dump the Chump,” and “The Kid in the Red Jacket.” PHOTO COURTESY NORMA JEAN GARGASZ
A 1972 set of encyclopedias and a Ronald Reagan biography dating to when he was governor of California are two examples of the outdated and damaged books being removed from the Queen Creek Elementary School library.
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NEW YORK - First lady Laura Bush, a former teacher well known for her advocacy of books, is now writing one.
Before getting to the annual awards for the best in Valley theater, let’s bow our heads in a moment of silence for all of the truly bad productions that came and went across our stages this past year.
Who knows what darkness lurks in the heart of your pet bunny? Childsplay sure does.
Junie B. Jones, the lovable character from children’s literature known for her unbridled enthusiasm and relatable run-ins, is making her Valley stage debut. And a local bookstore is turning it into an opportunity to encourage kids to read.
You’ll need a library card and a pair of reading glasses, it seems, to get through this theatrical season.
No offense, Harry Potter, but when it comes to drawing young readers into audiences, Tempe’s Childsplay theater company is shining the spotlight on a little girl who’s not magical at all.
Jenn Tabor plays precocious kindergartner Junie B. Jones in Childsplay’s musical adaptation of \"Junie B. Jones and a Little Monkey Business.\" CHILDSPLAY
A magic treehouse, Ramona, and a group of children who always get into trouble are all the rage at Mesa’s Johnson Elementary School.