Ramona Quimby is a character intimately known by Beverly Cleary readers. In this story of Ramona's year in second grade they will come to know Mr. Quimby equally well. As it opens he loses his job without warning, and Ramona's 7-year-old view of this all-too-frequently family crisis rings every change of mood from tears to laughter.
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I liked when Ramona put the thorns around her head.
Ramona's father Mr.Quimby was fired from his job so Ramona wanted to help. Ramona always saw kids her age on commercials. Her dad said that those kids must be rich. So Ramona wanted to maybe get into a commercial so that her father would have some money. Even though Ramona didn't get into the commercial, her father got his job back.
This book was about Ramona Qumby. Her Father got fired from his job and Ramona wanted to help. She always was watching TV and seeing little kids around her age acting in them. Her dad said that those kids must be rich bt being in a commercial. Ramona wanted to be in a commercial so her father can have money. Obviously, she didn't get to be in a commercial, but her father got his job back.