By Beverly Cleary
Published by HarperCollins Publishers, 1995
208 pages (paperback)
From the minute that Howie Kemp's rich Uncle Hobart arrives from Saudi Arabia, things are off to a rousing start. There are new beginnings and discoveries and two very special surprises - one surprise is big and one is very little.
It's a time of change for all the Quimbys; a time of new joys and little sadnesses, too. There are new worries - Mr Quimby is worried about finding a teaching job, Ramona is worried they may have to move if he does, and Beezus is worried about her teenage complexion.
And through it all Ramona, a grown up third-grader, remains a sometimes pesty, sometimes brave, sometimes blunderful, but always wonderful Ramona - forever! (from barnesandnoble.com)
This book was about how a girl finds adventure with her family. How her hated person gets married to her aunt. One of my favorite books I’ve read! This book was good. It’s a lot of adventure and I think it is a good book for my age and younger. This book will always be a child’s favorite. I don’t think anything could be improved in this book because it always is interesting. Yes, [I would recommend this book to middle schoolers]. This book should be read by a lot of people and more people to come to the world. READ THIS BOOK!