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They danced in a circle, tripping on Miss Mousie’s train and wedding 40 veil and stumbling over Mr. Frog’s flippers until Willa Jean gave the next order. ” Ramona merely dropped to her knees while Willa Jean and Bruce collapsed in a heap, laughing. Above their laughter and the sound of the television, Ramona heard the shouts of the boys outside as they rode their bicycles up and down the street. She wondered how much longer she would have to wait until her mother came to rescue her. She hoped she would arrive before Howie’s parents came home from work.
Of course the class laughed. By walking with stiff legs and not bending her feet, Ramona reached her seat without 25 squeaking at all. She did not know what to think. At first she thought Mrs. Whaley’s remark was a reprimand, but then maybe her teacher was just trying to be funny. She couldn’t tell about grown-ups sometimes. Ramona finally decided that any teacher who would let Yard Ape wear his baseball cap in the classroom wasn’t really fussy about squeaking shoes. Ramona bent over her paper and wrote slowly and carefully in cursive, Ramona Quimby, age 8.
R could stand for Run and A for And. 31 “Drop Everything And Run,” Ramona burst out. ” chorused the rest of the class. Ramona felt silly. She should have thought of that herself. When time came for everyone to Drop Everything And Read, she sat quietly doing her Sustained Silent Reading. How peaceful it was to be left alone in school. She could read without trying to hide her book under her desk or behind a bigger book. She was not expected to write lists of words she did not know, so she could figure them out by skipping and guessing.
The New York City contest problem book by Saul M., et al.