" In Junie B. Jones #7, Junie and her two best friends, Lucille and Grace all want the new boy in kindergarten named Warren, to be their boyfriend. As a young adult reading this, I found this book somewhat funny, more entertaining, a bit sad/annoying, and realistic. Junie and her friends valued Warren's opinion so much that they would become anyone he wanted them to be. I must say, there is a lot of drama in the book. In the end though, Junie's mom tells her that Junie should be herself and not change herself just to get people to like you. This is a moral that everyone of all ages can relate to. Although I do have some mixed feelings about this book, I can definitely see kids finding this book to be hilarious. Junie is such a hilarious and lovable character. Overall, this is a fun book for the little ones. "
— Gennifer, 2/1/2014