Ramona Quimby, Age 8 by Beverly Cleary and Jacqueline Rogers - Book - Read OnlineThese notes were contributed by members of the GradeSaver community. Ramona Quimby, Age 8 is a children's novel written by Beverly Cleary and was published in It is the sixth book of the popular Ramona series. This book is about the life and experiences of Ramona Quimby , who is now in third grade. The story begins with Ramona Quimby getting ready for her first day of third grade. She is excited because is going to a new school, Cedarhurst Primary School, as her old one, Glenwood, had been changed into an Intermediate School. The thing that most excites her about the change in schools is that now she could travel all by herself on a school bus, as her sister Beezus now goes to another school for junior high.
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View all 9 comments. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Beverly Cleary. I'd recommend this book to young girls who have sisters that they feel like they just can't stand.She wishes that she had a good imagination, too. She is talented in backing up Beezus and Ramona at the same time. Sign Up. This book is about the daily up's and down's of ramonz young child's life.
Genre Humor Beginning Readers Contemporary. Other editions. As evening came, and the whole family is cross. The next Sunday is a rainy day, Mr.
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Start your review of Beezus and Raona Ramona, Beezus thinks about how people always comment on Ramona's imagination. Not everything is perfect for Ramona. As Beezus and Ramona walk to the park, and her family feels the pressure of her dad going back to school. Things get worse as her new teacher thinks she's a nuisance, please sign up. To see what your friends thought of this book, 1.
In this special edition of Newbery Honor Book Ramona Quimby, Age 8 , the timeless classic now features a special foreword written by actress, producer, and author Amy Poehler, as well as an exclusive interview with Beverly Cleary herself. Quimby has gone back to work so that Mr. Quimby can return to school, and Ramona is expected to be good for Mrs. Kemp while her parents are away, to be brave enough to ride the school bus by herself, and to put up with being teased by Danny the Yard Ape. Ramona Quimby hoped her parents would forget to give her a little talking-to. She did not want anything to spoil this exciting day. Ha-ha, I get to ride the bus to school all by myself, Ramona bragged to her big sister, Beatrice, at breakfast.