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Its a week in “Pair-o-Dice!”
Junie B. and her family are going on a vacation to Hawaii! And ha! Mr. Scary is giving Junie a real, actual camera to keep a photo journal of her trip! But taking good vacation pictures is not always easy. Cause what if your airplane is full of grouchy ladies? And what if there is an unfortunate inner tube incident at the swimming pool? (And, oh my! Lets not even mention what happens if a tropical bird gets tangled in your hair!) Will Junie B.s vacation end up picture perfect? Or will her trip to Hawaii be aloha-horrible?
Excitable Junie B. Jones manages to find trouble both before and during a trip to Hawaii and records each incident in a photo journal given to her by her teacher.
While vacationing with her family, Junie B., along with her camera, wreaks havoc in Hawaii where she has an unfortunate incident with an inner tube, a tangle with a tropical bird, and many other hilarious adventures. Read by Lana Quintal. Simultaneous.
Junie B. and her family are going to Hawaii on vacation, and Mr. Scary gives June a real camera to keep a photo journal of her trip. Will Junie B.'s vacation end up picture perfect? Or will her trip to Hawaii be aloha-horrible? Unabridged. 1 CD.
About the Author
BARBARA PARK is best known as the author of the wildly popular New York Times
bestselling Junie B. Jones series, which has kept kids (and their grown-ups) laughing—and reading—for over two decades. Beloved by millions, the Junie B. Jones books have been translated into multiple languages and are a time-honored staple in elementary school classrooms around the world. Barbara once said, “I’ve never been sure whether Junie B.’s fans love her in spite of her imperfections…or because of them. But either way, she’s gone out into the world and made more friends than I ever dreamed possible.”
Barbara Park is also the author of award-winning middle grade novels and bestselling picture books, including Skinnybones, Mick Harte Was Here, and Ma! There’s Nothing to Do Here!
Barbara Park was born in New Jersey in 1947 and spent most of her adult life in Arizona, where she and her husband, Richard, raised two sons. Barbara died in 2013, but her legacy lives on in the laughter her books give to readers all over the world.