Ramona and her mother

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Dell, Aug 15, 1980 - Juvenile Fiction - 207 pages
189 Reviews
Ramona would dearly love to be "her mother's girl," like her big sister, Beezus. Wouldn't that make Ramona feel good? A "School Library Journal" Best Book of the Year. Unabridged. 4 CDs.

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Review: Ramona and Her Mother (Ramona Quimby #5)

User Review  - Swankivy - Goodreads

I loved reading about Ramona as she got older and feeling like I knew her after a while. In this volume, Ramona's having some growing pains. She's the family's baby. She's always been the baby. But ... Read full review

Review: Ramona and Her Mother (Ramona Quimby #5)

User Review  - Julie Sondra Decker - Goodreads

Ramona, a youngest child, is now struggling to figure out how to be her mother's big girl. How can she do that if she's only ever been the baby? Why can't she stay a little kid? What kind of attention ... Read full review

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Contents

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11
Slacks for Ella Funt
35
Nobody Likes Ramona
59
Copyright

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About the author (1980)

Beverly Cleary was born in McMinnville, Oregon, and until she was old enough to attend school she lived on a farm in Yamhill, a town so small it had no library. Her mother arranged to have books sent to their tiny town from the state library and acted as a librarian in a room over a bank. It was there that Mrs. Cleary learned to love books. Generations of children have grown up with Ramona Quimby, Henry Huggins, Ralph Mouse, and all of their friends, families, and assorted pets. Beverly Cleary continues to capture the hearts and imaginations of children of all ages throughout the world.