By Barbara Park
It truly is an Easter Egg-stravaganza!Lucille is having an Easter Egg Hunt at her wealthy dear mansion! And wager what? The winner will get a play date to swim in Lucille's heated indoor swimming pool! simply, this is the matter. How did Junie B. get caught donning an immense dumb bunny go well with? and the way can she almost certainly locate eggs while she retains tripping over her large massive rabbit toes? Being a dumb bunny is well now not as effortless because it seems. Will Junie B. prove with egg on her face? Or will the day carry a few very uneggspected effects?
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Additional resources for Junie B., First Grader: Dumb Bunny (Junie B. Jones, No. 27)
Cause guess who did! My friend José, that's who! And guess who got to present the flowers to him? Me! The bunny! José was the happiest boy I ever saw. He jumped way high in the air. “Las flores para mi madre! ” he said. ” I giggled very happy. Conejito means “bunny” in Spanish, I think. I smiled at that memory. Then I started to write in my journal some more. I put down my pencil and reached into my pocket. Then I pulled out the candy bag I brought to school. And I held it out to her. ” I said real pleasant.
THERE! HA! SEE, MAY? SEE? Now Sheldon has the golden egg! And you don't! ” I said. May's eyes got as big as bowls. Sheldon's eyes got big, too. He grabbed the egg in both his hands. And he jumped up like a rocket. May slumped her face in the grass. Then TWEET! TWEET! TWEET! The nanna blew the whistle. And that was that. The egg hunt was over. I quit writing and thought about the party. May didn't win the most eggs. ’Cause guess who did! My friend José, that's who! And guess who got to present the flowers to him?
That was very fun. Except I accidentally broke your crystal glass. Remember that, Nanna? Huh? ” The nanna nodded. “Oh yes. I remember,” she said. I thought back. “Plus I accidentally busted your feather pillow. And if I'm not mistaken, I spilled beanie weenies on your expensive linen tablecloth,” I said. The nanna looked at me. “You're not mistaken,” she said back. I smiled and patted her hand. “Good times,” I said real soft. May heard me talking. “Well, Lucille and I are going to have good times, too.
Junie B., First Grader: Dumb Bunny (Junie B. Jones, No. 27) by Barbara Park