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Ramona and Her Father - Alan Tiegreen, Beverly Cleary
Ramona and Her Father
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Ramona's father has lost his job and all the family are miserable. So Ramona decides to try and cheer them up, in her own inimitable way. This is the fourth title in the popular series about Ramona Quimby.
Ramona's father has lost his job and all the family are miserable. So Ramona decides to try and cheer them up, in her own inimitable way. This is the fourth title in the popular series about Ramona Quimby.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780192751034 (0192751034)
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Pages no: 160
Edition language: English
Series: Ramona Quimby (#4)
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Tea, Rain, Book
Tea, Rain, Book rated it
3.5 Review: Ramona and Her Father (Ramona Quimby #4) by Beverly Cleary
Now we are getting to the Ramona that I fell in (platonic) love with when I was a young reader. Gone is the brat, now we get a real girl who just wants to be happy being her imperfect six year old, second grade self. Her father left much to be desired; dude was an emotional and mentally absentee par...
Real Princesses Read
Real Princesses Read rated it
4.0 Ramona Quimby
Any and all Ramona Quimby books would be, in my opinion, a huge benefit for teachers to share with their class. After having the Ramona books read to me growing up, I think these books would be most suitable for a second grade classroom. Beverly Cleary does a wonderful job of introducing readers to ...
nouveau
nouveau rated it
4.0 Ramona and Her Father
there is darkness even within the lightest works, and light sparks here and there is the ultimate downer novels. WP says that Cleary was advised to write peppy and light and humorous, but scholarship on children's literature, as such exists, actually takes formal note of the 1977 "dark period" where...
Musings of a Bibliophile
Musings of a Bibliophile rated it
3.0 Ramona and Her Father
Came across my 2003 school reading log, so figured I should enter these books in too. In the words of my ten-year-old self, this book was: "Really good, pretty easy"
La Crimson Femme
La Crimson Femme rated it
While I could not relate to Ramona's father loosing a job, I did remember when my mother stopped working and it was terrible. I felt for Ramona. And it was kind of cool that at this point, Ramona is now closer in age to when I'm reading.
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