"I know about them," said Crayons. "From Beezus and Ramona."
And she was right.
"'I am too a Merry Sunshine,' insisted Ramona, but she got down from the table and ran out of the room.
"Everyone was silent for a moment. 'Beezus, what was it you were trying to tell me?' Aunt Beatrice asked.
"And finally Beezus got to tell about leading Lewis and Clark to Oregon, with a doll tied to Mother's breadboard for a papoose, and how her teacher told her what a clever girl she was to think of using a breadboard for a papoose board. Somehow she did not feel the same about telling the story after all Ramona's interruptions."
--Beverly Cleary, Beezus and Ramona