Beezus and ramona book report

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beezus and ramona book report

Book Review: Beverly Cleary’s Beezus and Ramona – KD Did It Edits

Having a little sister like four-year-old Ramona isn't always easy for Beezus Quimby. With a wild imagination, disregard for order, and an appetite for chaos, Ramona makes it hard for Beezus to be the responsible older sister she knows she ought to be…especially when Ramona threatens to ruin Beezus's birthday party. Newbery Medal winner Beverly Cleary delivers a humorous tale of the ups and downs of sisterhood. Both the younger and older siblings of the family will enjoy this book. By using this widget you agree to the Terms of Use. By Reading Level.
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Beezus and Ramona by Beverly Cleary. Reviewed by Keva

Ramona and Beezus

Beezus and Ramona is a children's novel written by Beverly Cleary. It is the first of Cleary's books to focus on Ramona Quimby and her sister Beatrice, known as Beezus. Beezus and Ramona is realistic fiction , written from nine-year-old Beezus' point of view, as she struggles to get along with her four-year-old sister. Eventually becoming the first book of the Ramona series , it was originally illustrated by Louis Darling ; [1] later editions were illustrated by Alan Tiegreen [2] and then by Tracy Dockray. Beatrice "Beezus" Quimby, a close friend of Henry Huggins, is perpetually infuriated by the imaginative antics of her younger sister Ramona, who frequently insists upon exhibiting imaginative habits and eccentricities such as wearing her beloved homemade paper rabbit ears while pretending to be the Easter Bunny , dragging a string along behind her pretending to lead an imaginary lizard named Ralph, and being read an irritating children's book about an anthropomorphic , disgruntled steam shovel called Scoopy. Beezus is also commonly exasperated by actions on her sister's part such as writing in a library book, inviting her classmates to a house party without the permission of her parents, and wreaking havoc during Beezus's painting class. Beezus, however, is haunted frequently by the guilt of her animosity towards Ramona and the uneasy sisterhood that they share as opposed to that displayed by her mother and Aunt Beatrice, and is finally prompted to revealing this during her tenth birthday celebration after Ramona has ruined a pair of birthday cakes intended for the party.

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Beezus and Ramona live with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Quimby. Ramona is a trouble maker to the whole family. She writes her name on.
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I received this book for free from the library in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. First in the Ramona Quimby middle-grade readers fiction series and revolving around a misbehaving younger child. I wanted to smack her! And one point that struck me was that it is important to try and spread the compliments amongst all the kids!

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