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Junie B. Jones: First Grader at last by Barbara Park, read by Lana Ouintal.

Little description: Junie B. Jones The Musical is a hit! Listen to the full cast album and the audiobook of Junie B. Jones, First Grader (at last!).

Being in first grade means having to get used to a whole new classroom. And a whole new teacher. And a whole new bunch of strange children. But here’s the worst thing of all: When Junie B. tries to read words on the chalkboard…she can’t! Is it possible that Junie B. needs glasses?

This special audiobook edition of Junie B. Jones, First Grader (at last!) contains all the songs from Junie B. Jones The Musical. The musical is adapted from the books Junie B. Jones, First Grader (at Last!); Junie B. Jones, Boss of Lunch; Junie B. Jones, One-Man Band; and Top Secret Personal Beeswax, A Journal by Junie B. (and Me), by Barbara Park. © 2001, 2001, 2002, 2002, 2003 by Barbara Park.
 
Song list:
1. Top Secret Personal Beeswax
2. Lucille, Camille, Chenille
3. You Can Be My Friend
4. Time to Make a Drawing
5. You Need Glasses
6. Show and Tell
7. Now I See
8. Lunch Box
9. Gladys Gutzman, Queen of Snacks
10. Kickball Tournament
11. Sheldon Potts’ Halftime Show
12. When Life Gives You Lemons
13. Kickball Tournament (Reprise)
14. When Life Gives You Lemons (Reprise)
15. Writing Down the Story of My Life

Music from JUNIE B. JONES THE MUSICAL – CAST ALBUM, Lyrics by Marcy Heisler and Music by Zina Goldrich
(p) 2016 Marcy Heisler and Zina Goldrich, Administered by Next Decade Entertainment, Inc.;
Copyright © 2005 Marcyworks (ASCAP) and Zinaworks (ASCAP) Administered by Next Decade Entertainment, Inc. Junie B. Jones® The Musical was originally produced by Theatreworks/USA.
All Rights Reserved Used by Permission

Executive Producer: Monica Corton
Co-Executive Producers:  Zina Goldrich and Marcy Heisler
Produced by Dan Rudin
Recorded and Mixed by Dan Rudin
Assistant Engineer: Jarad Clements
Ensemble Vocal Contractor: Lori Casteel
Orchestra Contractor: Chris McDonald
Orchestrator: David Weinstein
Copyist: Casteel Music Services
Recorded at Dan Rudin Recording & Production, Nashville TN

Cast:
Junie B. Jones: Lori Casteel
Lucille/Bobby Jean: Erica Aubrey
Herb: Scott Baker
Lenny/Camille: Galen Fott
May: Sarah Bailey
Mommy: Shelean Newman
Sheldon: David Wise
Jose/Chenille: Chris Lee
Grace: Emily Webb
Daddy: Garris Wimmer
Mr. Scary: Shane McConnell

Orchestra:
David Weinstein – conductor

Steve Kummer – piano, keyboards
Craig Nelson/Duncan Mullins – bass
Paul Brannon – guitars
Scott Williamson – drum set
Steve Patrick – trumpet
Jeff Bailey/Mike Haynes – trumpet
Barry Green – trombone
Mark Douthit – tenor and baritone sax
David Davidson, David Angell -violin
Anthony LaMarchina – cello

Audiobook Production Credits:

Junie B. Jones First Ever MUSICAL Edition!
Executive Producer: Orli Moscowitz

Junie B. Jones First Grader (at last!)
Executive Producer: Laura Wilson
Producer and Director: Louis Milgrom
Original Music: Louis Milgrom

Genre: Children Audio CD

Find the book on Amazon here.

My thoughts: 5 stars out of 5

This Junie Jones is hilarious first-grader who reminds my childhood. With all the seriousness of the school business, Juni is afraid to go into the class… What she will find there, she doesn’t know. She even tried to escape, but unsuccessful. Her dad brought her into the class.

With a heart full of fear, she still manages to scan the class until she stops on the familiar face… Lucille, her best friend from the kindergarten was sitting behind the desk. Junie’s heart leaped. She ran to Lucille only to be pushed back with a grave news. Lucille now is a friend to new twin girls, newcomers and with a strange names. Junie tries to be a friend to the new duo, only getting to be pushed back… But the troubles only started. The first day was horrible! Junie couldn’t see what the teacher, Mr.Scary was writing on the board. Then she spend some time at the nurse office to find out that she needs glasses from now on…. What a bummer!

What an day: Junie meets old strangers, new twins, loss of vision, but she finally made a new friend- a boy next to her…

Great AudioBook….There were two discs in the package. One with a story {14-15 tracks} and the second one contained 15 songs for each chapter of the story.

Provided by BloggingForBooks as a complementary copy for my opinion and review.

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