Park, Barbara. Junie B. Jones and some Sneaky Peeky Spying. New York: Scholastic Inc., 1994. Print. While spying, Junie B. Jones sees her teacher steal some grapes at a grocery store but has to keep it a secret in this fictional chapter book. A writing trait that can be taught is voice because the story is written as if a kindergartener is telling it. A writing technique that can be taught is using print to match meaning. When she yells it is in all caps.
Sahla at Derrydown PS recommends Junie B. Jones is Almost a Flower Girl by Barbara Park: This book is funny. The part that is funny is when she tries to be all grown up. You can also learn something: try to act your age, not older than you are.
Junie B. worries about her loose tooth. If she's the first in her class to lose a tooth, will she appear different, weird? It's inevitable that Junie B.'s tooth comes out and when it does, she sets out to learn what the Tooth Fairy does with all of those teeth. The answer is, of course, addressed in Junie B.'s signature, amusing style!
My little one loves the Junie B. Jones book series! Great chapter books for beginners.