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Beezus and Ramona by Beverly Cleary
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Kaitlyn Beezus and Ramona, written by Beverly Clearly, is a fun and entertaining transitional book for developing readers. This story is about two sisters and their relationship. Nine-year-old Beezus (Beatrice) has to put up with her four-year-old little sister Ramona, who is almost impossible to handle. Ramona is a child with a wild imagination and does many things that annoy and embarrass Beezus. Sometimes when Ramona gets in trouble she does not seem to understand what she was not suppose to do. This becomes frustrating for Beezus.
Beezus and Ramona is a realistic fiction and is appropriate for children in grades four and five. This book has a simple theme (that we will always love our siblings even though they might bother us sometimes and do things wrong) but uses some complex language such as "exasperating". I think this book would be appealing to students of this age group because of it's humor and also. many students have siblings that they can relate too while reading this book.

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