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Ramona the Pest Paperback – March 19, 2013
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Ramona's big day has finally arrived! This is the day she starts kindergarten. But, she certainly proves she can be the peskiest kindergartener ever. When things get out of hand it's almost enough to make her the world's first kindergarten drop-out! --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Top Customer Reviews
The story deserves five stars. I've removed four of them for crimes against illustration.
Besides a vivid and delightful writing style, Beverly's books undoubtedly have a wide appeal because the incidents described are comparable to what children would have in their own lives or in those of others they know. The characters seem like close friends ... or, at the very least, friends one wishes one had.
Fast-forward to parenting a spirited daughter. I re-read the book and decided that I absolutely had to share it with my daughter. I now see Ramona in a whole new light; as the author herself states, Ramona never (well, rarely) really means to be naughty. Most adults just don't understand her -- the way she cannot resist the temptation to boing a beautiful curl, her need for shiny new girls' boots and the glory of stamping through the mud the first day she wears them, her need to know that her teacher loves her.
My five-year-old was indeed caught up in Ramona's story, frequently asking me to read another chapter when I had finished one. Ramona became so real to her that she covered her ears when it was clear that Ramona was headed for trouble -- she couldn't bear to listen to the consequences. I may have been too much of a goody-goody to fully appreciate the book earlier, but I certainly enjoy it now and am glad that my daughter enjoys it, too.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My twins are going to be seven years old in a couple of weeks, and it’s hard to believe. They are growing up so quickly- what happened to my babies? Read morePublished 1 month ago by BabyMo
Ramona is up to mischief again. Or is she? When she starts Kindergarten it is the best day ever... but, somehow it takes a few lessons for dear Ramona to find her stride. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Susan L. Anderson
It was so funny and it was exciting and well you can keep going on about how good it is. I would definitely recommend this book and I love how the book is from a kindergardeners... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Superstar Reader
I was assigned a Beverly Cleary book for Beverly Cleary' s one hundredth birthday. I had been assigned Ramona the pest for a week. Read morePublished 3 months ago by A. Toombs
My neice and her mom read this book and they loved it....I read this book to my sons when they were small and they loved it. Beverly Cleary books are some of the best. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gloria E. Maxwell
This is a good book because a LOT a young kids can relate to to Ramona here! However beezus is sour, her dad's not very patient, and her classmates could do better. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Naomi RomanThe Critic!
Ramona holds up. This classic series is fun for generations to come.Published 9 months ago by Caligirl