Beezus has about had it with her little sister Ramona. Sometimes she doesn't even love her, which makes her feel like a terrible person. With Ramona around there is never a dull moment.
Ramona Quimby is the youngest of all the famous characters in Mrs. Cleary's wonderful Henry Huggins stories. She is also far and away the most deadly. Readers of the earlier books will remember that Ramona has always been a menace to Beezus, her older sister, to Henry, and to his dog Ribsy. It is not that Ramona deliberately sets out to make trouble for other people. She simply has more imagination than is healthy for any one person.In this book Ramona and her imagination really come into their own. Starting with a fairly mild encounter with the librarian, which is harder on Beezus than anyone else, Ramona goes from strength to strength, winding up by inviting her entire kindergarten class to a part at her home without mentioning it to her mother. The riot that ensues is probably the most hilarious episode in this extremely funny book, which proves that Mrs. Cleary's imagination is almost as lively as Ramona's.
Leigh writes to an author, Mr. Henshaw as he struggles with being the new kid in town and as he deals with his parents going through a divorce.
I'm Ellen Tebbits, and goodness, the trouble I get into. You'll think it's very funny (most kids do!) But I don't. Did YOU ever pretend that you could ride a horse -- and then have to ride one? Did YOU ever try to do the right steps in your ballet class when your underwear was slipping???? Did YOU . . . No, I'm not going to tell you anymore. Read all about me yourself,
Even though Emily lives in a small town there is always something happening. Emily's imagination provides some of her adventures.
Jane Purdy is 15 and tired of babysitting bratty Sandra Norton, but then a cute delivery boy stops by the Nortons. Before she can blink, he's asking her out for dates in his pickup truck.
Follows the popular children's author from her childhood years in Oregon through high school and into young adulthood, highlighting her family life and her growing interest in writing. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
The feet of twins Janet and Jimmy haven't "grown up" enough for new shoes, so they get bright red boots instead.
All Henry Huggins wants is his own bicycle to ride up and down the street, but no matter how hard he tries, he ends up with too much trouble and not enough money! Then Beezus has an idea...Seehow hey worktogethe to solve Henrr'spoble.
Henry Huggins is friends with Beezus Quimby -- even though she's a girl and has a pesky little sister. Her name is Ramona, and she's got a way of causing trouble!When Henry finds a bonanza of gum balls, Beezus helps him take them to school to sell. She knows he's trying to earn money for a bike. Henry's best chance to get one comes when there's an auction for lost bikes at the police station. He sets off to buy a red one, but Beezus and Ramona tag along -- and Ramona brings a fat slimy garden slug . . . . In her first book, Henry Huggins, Beverly Cleary created funny, endearing characters and situations that left readers asking for more. In this second adventure, Henry tries to get the bike he longs for, and readers laugh while hoping that Henry's dreams come true.
If Ribsy can behave himself for 2 months, Henry can go on a fishing trip with Mr. Huggins. Henry thinks this will be easy, but he didn't bargain on Ribsy's unstoppable nose for trouble!
Henry's father promises to take him salmon fishing if he can keep Ribsy out of trouble for the next month. But that's no easy task, especially when Ramona gets into the act.
For Henry Huggins and his friends Robert and Murph, a clubhouse is a place where they can do as they please, without being bothered by girls. The sign that says NO GIRLS ALLOWED -- THIS MEANS YOU especially means Ramona Quimby. Lately Ramona has been following Henry on his newspaper route, embarrassing him in front of Henry's customers. The day Ramona follows Henry to the clubhouse, she wants to teach him girls aren't so bad, but she almost puts an end to his newspaper career forever.
For Henry Huggins and his friends Robert and Murph, a clubhouse is a place where they can do as they please, without being bothered by girls. The sign that says No Girls Allowed -- This Means You especially means Ramona Quimby. Lately Ramona has been following Henry on his newspaper route, embarrassing him in front of Henry's customers. The day Ramona follows Henry to the clubhouse, she wants to teach him girls aren't so bad, but she almost puts an end to his newspaper career forever.
Henry sets out to show that he's capable of having a paper route, but he meets many obstacles. Ramona the pest saves the day.
Henry's valiant efforts to get his own paper route are finally rewarded--with a little help from Ramona.
Henry Huggins had been wishing for some excitement in his life. He never thought it would come from a lost, hungry dog with big brown eyes, that just begged for his ice cream.
Genuinely funny books for children are few and far between. So when a story like Henry Huggins comes along, it comes to stay. In this irresistible boy's adventures, children everywhere see themselves.During one unforgettable year that begins when Henry discovers a lost, hungry dog he calls Ribsy, readers will have a grand time. Before the suspenseful conclusion, they'll meet Henry's friends on Klickitat Street--including Beezus and her little sister, Ramona--and enjoy lots of funny happenings. No wonder this continuously engaging and heartwarming book is a classic!
Henry Huggins feels like nothing very exciting ever happens on Klickitat Street . . . until one day when a friendly dog sits down and looks pleadingly at Henry's ice-cream cone. From that moment on, Henry and his new dog, Ribsy, are inseparable--and together, they cause more excitement than Klickitat Street can handle! This collection includes four beloved classics: Henry Huggins, Ribsy, Henry and Beezus, and Henry and Ribsy. Boys and girls alike will be charmed by these funny stories about an average boy whose life is turned upside down when he meets a lovable puppy with a nose for mischief.
Janet creates envy in her twin brother Jimmy by hoarding special treasures in her crib, until the arrival of real beds remind them that they are both growing up.
Jean Jarrett is astonished when handsome, popular senior Johnny asks her to dance. Jean wishes she was more graceful and didn't wear glasses, then maybe people would stop staring at her.
Shelley is spending the winter in California where the flowers are blooming in November. She's about to discover the magic of falling in love too!
A young boy who throws caution and the Motor Vehicle Code to the wind during a reckless motorcycle ride is brought to his senses by a Highway Patrol officer.
Even though they're twins, Mitch and Amy are very different from each other.
Summary: A young mouse named Ralph looked out of his mousehole in Room 215 of the Mountain View Inn. The new tenant of the room, a boy was playing with his motor cycle, just the right size for the mouse. Ralph could hardly wait till the boy left the room.
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