Ramona Quimby Series
Ramona Quimby books in order
A follow-on series to the stories featuring Henry Huggins. The first book was published in 1955.
8 books in series
#1Beezus and Ramona
A relatable story for anyone with younger siblings, this book follows Beezus Quimby as she navigates life with her mischievous little sister Ramona. From taking one bite out of every apple to throwing secret parties, Ramona is always causing trouble and stealing attention. Beezus must balance her responsibility as an older sister with her embarrassment over Ramona's unpredictable antics.
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#2Ramona the Pest
Follow Ramona Quimby as she navigates through life as a misunderstood child in the second book of the beloved Beverly Cleary series. Read along as Ramona gets into trouble without meaning to, disrupts her kindergarten class's rest time, and tackles the challenge of making friends. From acclaimed author Beverly Cleary, Ramona the Pest is a fun and relatable read for children and adults alike.
#3Ramona the Brave
This award-winning chapter book by a beloved author chronicles the ups and downs of elementary school life, perfect for children ages 7 to 9 who are reading independently. Join Ramona as she navigates new challenges, from a difficult teacher to a scary dog, and learns to find her courage in tough situations. A great supplement for homeschooling or as a fun activity book for children, this book is a must-read for fans of Clementine.
#4Ramona and Her Father
A heartwarming children's book about a young girl named Ramona whose father unexpectedly loses his job, causing stress in the Quimby household. Despite the hardships, Ramona does her best to help out, but wonders if things will ever go back to normal. Beverly Cleary's Newbery Honor Book skillfully combines humor and warmth to depict an average middle-class family and the realities of life. Perfect for young readers who want to see spirited characters face challenges and persevere.
#5Ramona and Her Mother
A heartwarming tale of a young girl, Ramona, who is "seven and a half" and caught between childhood and adolescence. She longs to be treated like her older sister but navigating her parents' quarrels and school struggles makes growing up more challenging than she anticipated. This touching story is a testament to the unwavering love between a mother and daughter, written by award-winning author Beverly Cleary.
#6Ramona Quimby, Age 8
Growing up is tough for Ramona Quimby, who is now eight years old. With her mom working, her dad back in school, and new responsibilities popping up left and right, Ramona's feeling the pressure. She's expected to behave for her babysitter, ride the school bus solo, and deal with annoying schoolmates, including the infamous Danny the Yard Ape. But Ramona proves she's up to the challenge, learning valuable lessons along the way. Don't miss this timeless classic, now featuring a foreword by Amy Poehler and an interview with beloved author Beverly Cleary.
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In "Ramona Forever," a mysterious arrival changes Ramona's life. With her family acting strangely, Ramona takes it upon herself to be helpful and happy. Through her antics, both charming and troublesome, Ramona shows that she'll always be the lovable "Ramona" we know and adore.
Experience the trials and triumphs of growing up with the final book in Beverly Cleary's beloved Ramona series. Follow the endearing and relatable character as she navigates new challenges in fourth grade, such as improving her spelling and dealing with the guilt of a scary incident. Perfect for independent readers between the ages of 7 and 9, Ramona's World is a heartwarming and humorous addition to any child's bookshelf, and a great supplement to homeschooling and activity books.