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Ramona the Pest

by Beverly Cleary
Ramona, as a kindergartner, touches your feelings and your funnybone in this delightful, award-winning book! 142 pages, Ages 8-12

Item Number: 161
Category:Contracted Braille in UEB

Price: $17.00
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Reviews for Ramona the Pest
5Ramona, the Pest is a book about Ramona Quimby, and her kindergarten adventures. Ramona doesn't understand why her sister,Beezus, always calls her a pest. Her thoughts are that sometimes there is a need to be a little bit louder and more noisier than others, because that is what it takes for little people to be noticed sometimes. She loves everything about kindergarten. She loves her teacher, Miss Binney, chasing Davy on the playground for a kiss, being the nap time wake-up fairy, and seat work where she practices making her Q's into cats. Ramona also gets excited about being the "baddest witch" at the Halloween Parade, wearing her new boots in the mud, and loosing her first tooth. She plans to dropout of kindergarten when her stubborn behavior makes Miss Binney send her home until she can promise to be good. Don't miss this delightful story's ending. I liked this book because it was humorous, and was told in a believable manner. I think the author captured the stubborn, independent, and somewhat impulsive behavior of a kindergarten age child. I am sure kids would enjoy listening to this book, and probably many could relate to Ramona's feelings of wanting to be a big girl. I think boys will identify to the story with characters like Henry, Howie, and Davy. Everyone will enjoy this book. You will be smiling and giggling while you discover why Ramona's friends call her a pest!


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