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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2008

    Runaway Ralph

    If you¿re someone who likes action and excitement, then this is the book for you. ¿Runaway Ralph¿ is a hilarious comedy with nonstop action. It is a treat to all readers out there. Ralph (in his opinion) is a mistreated mouse who deserves better. So he¿s made up his mind that he¿s going to run away to a life of danger and excitement.<BR/> The main characters in this story are Chum, Garf , Sam, and Ralph. Ralph is the main character. Chum, Ralph¿s best friend, is a rabbit. He may be obnoxious at times, but is very loyal to Ralph. Garf is a boy at Happy Acres Camp who saved Ralph from the very mischievous and sinister Catso. Ralph is Garf¿s buddy, but gets easily annoyed because of his terrible songs and voice. Sam is the guard dog, who at first doesn¿t get along with Ralph but later helps him get home back to the Mountain View Inn.<BR/>The setting of ¿Runaway Ralph¿ is at a summer camp called Happy Acres Summer camp. Happy acres camp is a camp where campers sing songs and try to have fun. The campers are very naïve, obnoxious and can¿t mind their business to save their lives. The most responsible things at the camp are Chum, Ralph, Sam, and Cato who aren¿t even human. So what does that tell you about the camp?<BR/>I think Beverly Cleary wrote this story to entertain readers with an interesting story. I recommend this book to kids who like mice, comedy, and action.<BR/><BR/> Beverly Cleary is 92 years old and is still writing books today, if you ask me I think that¿s really impressive.

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