Presentation on theme: "What do you call it when the same characters are in different stories? What was the Series we studied last week? Who was the author? What do you need."— Presentation transcript:
What do you call it when the same characters are in different stories? What was the Series we studied last week? Who was the author? What do you need to get at check-out today? Bonus Question: What is the call number for a fictional book written by you?
Four-year-old Ramona has an imagination that makes her a menace to everyone around her, particularly her older sister, Beezus.
With her father returning to college and her mother working full time, Ramona muddles through the hard times at school and home and proves to be big enough for her family to depend on.
Ramona Quimby expects fourth grade to be the best year of her life; and although things do not go just as she had hoped, she still manages to have her share of adventures.
Ramona's year in third grade is highlighted by the arrival of Howie's rich uncle, a change in her after-school situation, a surprise wedding, a death and a new arrival in the family, and her father's getting a job.