By Beverly Cleary
Ramona Quimby is the youngest of all of the recognized characters in Mrs. Cleary's remarkable Henry Huggins tales. She is usually a long way and away the main lethal. Readers of the sooner books will keep in mind that Ramona has consistently been a risk to Beezus, her older sister, to Henry, and to his puppy Ribsy. it's not that Ramona intentionally units out to make hassle for people. She easily has extra mind's eye than is fit for anyone person.
In this ebook Ramona and her mind's eye relatively come into their very own. beginning with a pretty light come across with the librarian, that's more durable on Beezus than an individual else, Ramona is going from power to energy, finishing up through inviting her complete kindergarten type to a component at her domestic with out stating it to her mom. The rebel that ensues is one of the so much hilarious episode during this tremendous humorous ebook, which proves that Mrs. Cleary's mind's eye is sort of as energetic as Ramona's.
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You mean she’s getting germs on it,” said Wayne. ” The rest of the class stopped painting to watch. Wayne made another grab for his lollipop. This time he grabbed Ramona by the wrist. ” said Beezus angrily. Ramona howled as Wayne tried to pry her fingers loose from the lollipop stick. He knocked against his muffin tin, which flipped into the air spattering paint over the table, the drawing boards, and the floor. Ramona was splashed with red and yellow paint. Blue and green ran down Wayne’s jeans onto his sneakers.
This time he grabbed Ramona by the wrist. ” said Beezus angrily. Ramona howled as Wayne tried to pry her fingers loose from the lollipop stick. He knocked against his muffin tin, which flipped into the air spattering paint over the table, the drawing boards, and the floor. Ramona was splashed with red and yellow paint. Blue and green ran down Wayne’s jeans onto his sneakers. A pool of brown paint dripped off the table onto the floor.
I’m not peeking,” said Beezus, hastily trying to look as if she had been interested in Ramona’s paper all the time. Ramona had dipped her brush into blue paint and had painted a blue stripe across the top of her paper. “That’s the sky,” she said happily. ” Beezus was trying to be helpful. She felt better, because Ramona had not plunged in and painted a picture full of imagination. ” 51 “The sky is up,” said Ramona firmly. Beezus decided she couldn’t waste time explaining about skies, not when she still hadn’t thought of an imaginary animal.
Beezus and Ramona by Beverly Cleary