Ramona the Pest

Written by Beverly Cleary • Illustrated by Louis Darling

Reviewed by Brek L. (age 7)

This story is about a girl named Ramona Gereldine Quimby. She was five and a big, big pest. She even tried to kiss Davy at recess. She thought that doing bad was good. She became a kindergarten dropout. Her mother made her go back to school at the end, though.

I like Ramona the best because she is a pest. In class, she always did bad things to get attention. She reminds me of my brother. He does bad things to get attention, too. He thinks that my stuff is his stuff. I feel happy about reading this story. I even wonder how Ramona can be this funny.

I would recommend this book to everyone who likes funny books. This is a book you would like. I think that kids in third grade and up can read it.

Brek L. is a student in Mrs. Weidemann's 2nd Grade Class
2004-2005