Aged and brown book cover of the 1968 edition of Ramona the Pest by Beverly Cleary viewed at an oblique angle on a blue desktop. There's a 95 cent scholastic price sticker on the upper right corner of the book. A cartoon-esque sketch of Ramon with her short-cropped hair brightly graces the cover.

📗 Read pages 5-28 of Ramona the Pest by Beverly Cleary

📗 Read pages 5-28, Chapter 1: Ramona’s Great Day, of Ramona the Pest by Beverly Cleary (Scholastic Book Services, , ISBN: 0-590-04493-1)

I too want to know how Mike Mulligan went to the bathroom when he was digging a hole all day. It was apparently a cultural touchstone by this time after its publication in 1939.

I wonder if Boing Boing got the name of their site from Susan’s curls in this book?

“Dawnzer lee light” reminds me of the similar concept “with liberty and just a straw.”

My favorite has to be Ramona staying in her seat because she thought she was going to get a present.

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