Ramona Quimby, Age 8 - Study Guide The Extra-good Sunday Summary & Analysis

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On Sunday morning, Ramona and Beezus get up without having to be called and clean their rooms without being told. They are trying to be extra good in the hops their parents will forget that they have been told to prepare supper that evening. Everyone seems to be in a better mood, Ramona notices. Her father returns to his foot drawing exercise and Beezus reads quietly in her room. Nobody says anything about supper.

It has been raining, and Ramona looks outside, waiting for the sidewalks to dry enough for her to go outside and roller skate. When the walks are dry in the late afternoon, she says to her father she thinks she'll go outside. He asks her if she has forgotten that she is supposed to be preparing supper for the family. He has remembered after all. Ramona glumly tells Beezus...

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