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Ramona the Brave

Ramona the Brave

Escrito por Beverly Cleary

Narrado por Stockard Channing


Ramona the Brave

Escrito por Beverly Cleary

Narrado por Stockard Channing

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Oct 5, 2010
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9780062060204
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Ramona is happy to have a new bedroom all to herself—during the day, at least. It's not as easy to be brave when there might be ghostly, boneless gorillas oozing under the door at night. Then there is the big, mean dog that steals Ramona's shoe on her way to school. Any other first grader might be frightened. But it's going to take more than monsters and dogs to scare this fearless first grader!

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Beverly Cleary is one of America's most beloved authors. As a child, she struggled with reading and writing. But by third grade, after spending much time in her public library in Portland, Oregon, she found her skills had greatly improved. Before long, her school librarian was saying that she should write children's books when she grew up. Instead she became a librarian. When a young boy asked her, "Where are the books about kids like us?" she remembered her teacher's encouragement and was inspired to write the books she'd longed to read but couldn't find when she was younger. She based her funny stories on her own neighborhood experiences and the sort of children she knew. And so, the Klickitat Street gang was born! Mrs. Cleary's books have earned her many prestigious awards, including the American Library Association's Laura Ingalls Wilder Award, presented to her in recognition of her lasting contribution to children's literature. Dear Mr. Henshaw won the Newbery Medal, and Ramona Quimby, Age 8 and Ramona and Her Father have been named Newbery Honor Books. Her characters, including Beezus and Ramona Quimby, Henry Huggins, and Ralph, the motorcycle-riding mouse, have delighted children for generations.

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  • (4/5)
    In Ramona the Brave, Ramona has changed from the horrid demon-child of "Beezus and Ramona," the first book, into a likable, sympathetic character. Ramona is in first grade, and longs to back in kindergarten, where things were more fun. She's getting her own bedroom, something that excites her, but when she's actually in it, she finds herself afraid of the dark and of being alone. Nice little tale with some good genuine laughs.
  • (4/5)
    Ramona is now in first grade, maturing away from being a "pest" but still finding trouble. She also needs to conquer some fears. After workmen cut a hole in the side of her house and build a new room, Ramona gets the reward of having her own room, but she also has to face the fear of falling asleep when she imagines a gorilla without bones may ooze into the room. She also thinks that her teacher doesn't like her, and she has to face down a mean dog with her shoe. Another brilliant Ramona book from Cleary.
  • (4/5)
    I just finished reading this to my 4-year-old daughter for the second time (the first time was when she was a newborn so I'm guessing she doesn't remember much of that).

    We both really enjoy reading about Ramona's adventures. I loved them as a child and now I'm loving sharing them with my child. Cleary does a great job of introducing the challenging everyday issues children encounter in a respectful, non-patronizing way. The books lead to further discussion between my daughter and myself about what it means to be brave, how we act when we're angry or sad or scared, and how our family is the same or different from Ramona's family. The only thing I don't like is that I'm planning to homeschool and the Ramona books are so much about adjusting to school and issues that come up in school. But, I don't know of many books for children about children who homeschool, so I suppose I need to find non-literary ways to normalize that experience for her.
  • (5/5)
    Ramona is now a first grader and ready to be a little more brave and adventurous. When she learns that her family is adding a new room to their house, she is excited to have her own room, but nervous to leave her sister Beezus.Ramona is among my earliest memories of reading chapter books. They will always have a place in my classroom for just that purpose.
  • (4/5)
    I read this book aloud to my daughters.In the third book of the Ramona Quimby series, Ramona has entered first grade. She realizes that it is much different than kindergarten, and she finds it a little bit frightening and misses her kindergarten teacher, Miss Binney.Although initially excited at having her very own bedroom, Ramona finds that her room can be a scary place at night. I had to laugh as I remembered doing the exact same thing when I was a child: Standing in the doorway and turning off the light and then taking a flying leap to the bed so that the monsters underneath could not grab my ankles! I could always relate to Ramona's feelings when I was a child, and I know that my kids can relate to her as well.I love how Cleary shows in her books that it is okay for kids to be frightened. The world can be a scary place for someone so little, and it is reassuring for kids to read that other kids their age have the same fears.Cleary books are timeless! The issues and fears that Ramona has are just as relevant today as they were 36 years ago when the book was first written.My girls can't wait to find out what happens next in the series!
  • (4/5)
    Ramona Quimby has to face all sorts of scary things to be her father's brave gal.
  • (4/5)
    5starP. Age 7-10. First grade is nothing like kindergarten. Ramona's teacher doesn't like her, she can't seem to do anything right and her treasured new very-own-for-six-months room turns out to be a very scary place after dark. But don't worry because she's Ramona the Brave!Quote to come, I read the book at the library because I didn't have my license or my husky card, now I can't find it again.
  • (4/5)
    3rd-6th grade, 4starP. Ramona is in 1st grade now, and she must navigate life through her cranky sister, not-so-nice teacher, and getting a new room! I personally wouldn't put this book in Radical Change, although it does very accurately depict the point of view of a 6-year-old.Passage for discussion: "She pushed her bed out from the wall so that Something reaching out from under the curtains or slithering around the wall might not find her. She picked up Pandy, her battered old panda bear, and tucked it into bed with its head on her pillow. Then, she climbed into bed beside Pandy and pulled the blankets up under her chin" (126).
  • (5/5)
    Beverly Cleary has a real gift. Although her books span a period of decades, they all read as though they were written today. There's a few odd details in some of them, but mostly they rely on good storytelling and... well, very real-seeming children.This is the story of Ramona's first grade year. Her struggles sound authentically, well, first grade. She has to deal with a copycat neighbor... and then she has to deal with the fallout of acting without thinking. She doesn't think her teacher LIKES her (and we all know how important that is when you're six)! Her room is too dark and she's alone.It's a good book, very real. I especially love the final chapter, where poor Ramona lost her shoe on her way to school. She'd just spent the chapter BEFORE detailing that she KNEW her teacher didn't like her because she never got to lead the Pledge, and now... well... I almost couldn't read it to my nieces, we were all laughing so hard *knowing* she was going to be called on this time, with one shoe off and one shoe on.
  • (5/5)
    Ramona is a bright eyed first grader who is ready to take on the world. She is overcoming the obsticals of the first grade, also adjusting to living in her big sisters shadow. It's a book that children of all generations can relate too.
  • (4/5)
    Ramona is in the first grade and is getting her own room! I love when Ramona scrunches copycat Susan's owl and her walking around the school with one shoe. These books are warm, fuzzy reminders of my childhood.
  • (5/5)
    because very good things are going to happen
  • (4/5)
    A simply marvelous series that is only finally beginning to be dated just a tiny bit. Will always be worthy, though.
  • (4/5)
    Teenagers think they've got it rough. Try being a misunderstood 6-year-old! Ramona Quimby is bound and determined to be brave as she weathers first grade, her mom's return to work, and sleeping in the spooky dark all alone. But nothing seems to go her way this year. From a fierce dog on the sidewalk to a copycat in her classroom, Ramona has her hands full.
  • (5/5)
    Even today, Beverly Cleary’s portrayal of a first grade girl stands true. Ramona navigates changes in her life like starting a new grade, having her mom return to work, and sleeping in her very own bedroom alone. Cleary beautifully describes Ramona’s fears and embarrassments while never downplaying the seriousness of her seven-year-old world. There are a few moments that date the book, but for the most part, the conflicts and themes are timeless and would appeal to young readers today even after all these years. This book also makes a great read-aloud for parents whose children have “outgrown” nighttime picture books.