By Beverly Cleary
Ramona Quimby is the youngest of the entire well-known characters in Mrs. Cleary's brilliant Henry Huggins tales. She can also be a long way and away the main lethal. Readers of the sooner books will do not forget that Ramona has continuously been a risk to Beezus, her older sister, to Henry, and to his puppy Ribsy. it isn't that Ramona intentionally units out to make hassle for folks. She easily has extra mind's eye than is fit for anyone person.
In this publication Ramona and her mind's eye fairly come into their very own. beginning with a reasonably gentle come across with the librarian, that is tougher on Beezus than somebody else, Ramona is going from power to power, completing through inviting her whole kindergarten category to an element at her domestic with out stating it to her mom. The revolt that ensues is definitely one of the so much hilarious episode during this super humorous publication, which proves that Mrs. Cleary's mind's eye is nearly as vigorous as Ramona's.
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Beezus did not go on. She knew very well what Ramona would do, but she wasn’t going to say it out loud in front of her. ” Miss Evans looked thoughtful. “Give me the book, Ramona,” she said. Doubtfully Ramona handed her the book. ” Miss Evans asked. Ramona shook her head. “Then Beezus must have taken the book out on her card,” said Miss Evans. ” Why, of course! Why hadn’t she thought of that before? It was her book, not Ramona’s. 35 “Oh, thank you,” said Beezus gratefully, as Miss Evans handed the book to her.
When the girls came to the shopping district, Ramona had to stop at the drugstore 42 scales and pretend to weigh herself while Beezus held Ralph’s string. “I weigh fiftyeleven pounds,” she announced, while Beezus smiled at Ramona’s idea of her weight. It just goes to show how much imagination Ramona has, she thought. At the radio-and-phonograph store Ramona insisted on petting His Master’s Voice, the black-and-white plaster dog, bigger than Ramona, that always sat with one ear cocked in front of the door.
A horse with wings was an imaginary animal—a real imaginary animal—because Mother had once read aloud a story about Pegasus, the winged horse, out of a library book. In the story Pegasus had been white, which was a real horse color. Beezus decided to be extraimaginative. She would make her horse green—a green horse against a blue sky. Miss Robbins ought to like that. Beezus did not think blue and green looked very pretty together, but Miss Robbins often liked colors that Beezus thought did not really go together.
Beezus and Ramona by Beverly Cleary