How much do you remember about the play? Quiz yourself and your classmates to see who can remember the most about Ramona Quimby. Try to figure out who said the following lines, when they said it and why they said it.
So my idea for this play, Ramona Quimby, is to take us all to my house. Come on, I’ll show you around.
You are now in third grade. Fun is not allowed in this class- room.
Susan is the one I feel sorry for. You’re the one who can think up her own ideas. You have a wonderful imagination.
If you have a million dollars, can you go to Whopperburger whenever you want to?
Howie, do you think it’s fair that some people have a bazillion dollars, and my dad has to work very hard in the cold at the FrostKing Frozen Foods warehouse?
I’ve already met Ramona. She doesn’t care for my singing so I’m on my best behavior.
Mom’s at work. She’s working hard, but money is still tight at our house. …Dad still looks for work, but he hasn’t had much luck.
Being grownup means doing things you need to do, that maybe you don’t want to do—for a while anyway.
Ramona, you and Beezus are very different kids. That doesn’t mean we don’t love you both.
Love isn’t a cup of sugar that gets used up.
Nobody is sweet and loving all the time. If they are, they’re
I don’t want to be like Uncle Hobart, or even Aunt Bea. I want to be like me.