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Ramona Quimby, Age 8 Chapter Summary & Analysis - At Howie's House Summary

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At Howie's House Summary

It is another morning and Ramona's mother reminds her to be nice to Willa Jean after school. Ramona is tried of being reminded every day, and tells her mother so. Her mother is understanding and says she knows Ramona is trying. Having to go to Howie Kemp's house after school every day is one of the bad things about third grade, Ramona decides. Another bad thing is that her father is often tried from working a part time job at night and going to classes and studying during the day.

There are good things about third grade, too, she decides, and one of them is called "Sustained Silent Reading". This is a time every day at school when the students sit and read whatever book they like. It is Ramona's favorite part of the day, and she likes that Sustained Silent Reading sounds...

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