Ramona is a very imaginative child. Often her imagination and her pretend games lead to embarrassing situations. To Ramona, all these situations are logical but most of the adults in Ramona's life do not understand her behavior.

Ramona has the appearance of being a very happy-go-lucky, independent and brave child but is actually much more sensitive than she appears. She becomes easily upset by incidents involving unfair rules, unfair adults or being treated younger than she actually is. - Wikipedia on Ramona

Ramona Quimby, is in my humble opinion, the original "Manic Pixie Dream Girl" (any questions about that let me know. She is always getting into crazy situations and barely getting out of them.

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ophira
Wrote 6 years ago
Oh! Ramona is one of my favorite fictional characters of all time! and this is such a fitting set!

hollywallygator
Wrote 6 years ago
oh! okay right right. beverly cleary...good call :)

historychick
Wrote 6 years ago
Actually it is Beverly Cleary, but Judy Blume could have written them, I find they have a similar style of story telling. Judy is just a little more grown up in terms of subject matter.

hollywallygator
Wrote 6 years ago
wow! haven't seen that face in a long time! My teacher read a lot of these books to my class when i was little. was Judy Blume the writer? i think so. cute set.

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