Ramona the Pest
This is the second title in the hugely popular series about Ramona Quimby. Ramona doesn't think she's a pest. She knows that she isn't a pest on purpose. So how in the world does Ramona get in trouble? Why does Davy run away whenever Ramona comes near him? And how does she manage to disrupt the... show more
This is the second title in the hugely popular series about Ramona Quimby. Ramona doesn't think she's a pest. She knows that she isn't a pest on purpose. So how in the world does Ramona get in trouble? Why does Davy run away whenever Ramona comes near him? And how does she manage to disrupt the whole kindergarten class during their rest time? Beverly Cleary is one of America's most popular authors and has won many prestigious awards, including the American Library Association's Laura Ingalls Wilder Award. "Ramona the Pest" is being published to coincide with the publication of the latest Ramona title, "Ramona's World".
Publish date: June 8th 2000
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
Series: Ramona Quimby (#2)
I loved Beverly Cleary's books growing up, especially the ones about Ramona. I recently found a few copies of my old books and thought I'd read them now that I'm an adult. I love this one just as much as I did when I was a kid. It is easy to relate to Ramona, even as an adult. She doesn't want to be...
Without Beezus standing in for the reader to call out some of Ramona's outlandish behavior, the reader is left with characters that coddled Ramona and allows her to throw temper tantrum after temper tantrum until she gets her way. It isn't cute or funny, just painful. Ramona is egotistical, borderin...
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 ...
Adorable journey with Ramona through her (mis)adventures in Kindergarten. Seeing the world through Ramona's eyes is fascinating and delightful, and definitely brought me back to a time in my life when things were much simpler.Like when your biggest desire was to touch the beautiful sproingy curls o...
I hadn't really read books where the character came back in another book. I remember thinking, I like this. I wish more of the books I enjoyed had another story to it. Ramona the pest is a funny one for me because of my same feelings about Kindergarten. Well, the exception is that I didn't like ...
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