Some good lessons in this book about what honesty is and isn't.As always, I love Junie's perspective.It's a realistic take on what young kids are thinking and feeling.
Here's my favorite part:
Then [Principal] called Mother on the telephone.And he told her all about the grocery store.And also about my sneaky peeky spying.
Principal is a squealer.
After that, Mother said she wanted to talk to me.Only when I said hi, she didn't even say hi back.
She said she wasn't very happy with me, missy.And no more spying means no more spying.And we would talk about this after her work.
Then Mother said she never wants to get any more phone calls from Principal.Did I understand?Did I?Did I?
I looked at Principal.
"Mother says not to call her any more," I told him.
Then Mother did a loud groan in the phone.Except I don't know why.
eBook Junie B. Jones and Some Sneaky Peeky Spying (Junie B. Jones, #4)