The eight books Beverly Cleary wrote about Ramona Quimby and her older sister Beezus (real name: Beatrice) are some of the most charming young-adult books ever written. Ramona started out as a minor character in Cleary’s Henry Huggins book series but her silly, happy-go-lucky attitude quickly made her a favorite among fans — and the author herself. In the books, Ramona gets into all sorts of trouble when she plays with worms, pulls a classmate’s curly hair, makes a tiara out of burrs and refuses to eat tongue for dinner. (Who wouldn’t?) The last Ramona book came out in 1999 but if 94-year-old Cleary wrote another one, we would gladly read it.