Lucille is having a sleepover party, and Junie B. Jones can't wait That's because Lucille lives in her richie nanna's big giant house. But before Mother and Daddy will let her go, Junie B. has to learn all the rules of spending the night. Like no running. And no head-butting. And no talking back to the nanna. Only, what kind of dull party is that? Surely Junie B. will find some way to make things interesting...
In 1992, Barbara Park began what was conceived as a four-book series for Random House about the antics of a precocious and adventurous kindergartner named Junie B. Jones. Park is one of today's funniest and most popular children's authors. In addition to the Junie books, she has written several middle-grade novels including Operation: Dump the Chump, Skinny-Bones and Mick Harte Was Here. She has received more than 40 awards, including the Parents' Choice Award in 1985 and the Library of Congress Book of the Year in 1987. Park answered Barnes & Noble's questions from her home in Scottsdale, Arizona, where she lives with her husband and two sons.