In Calvin and Hobbes, Susie Derkins, the only character with both first and last names, is a classmate of Calvin who lives in his neighborhood.
Unlike a Calvin, she is polite and diligent in her studies, and her imagination usually seems mild-mannered and civilized, consisting of stereotypical young girl games such as playing house or having tea parties with her stuffed animals. Her approach to these games is arguably more modern, however, some might say even cynical. These types of girls usually have a boy in their lives that they claim is their "rival", yet both the boy and the girl like each other and just won't admit it.
Wow, that girl is so much like cute Susie from Calvin and Hobbes. I could really fall for her.
A Rosalyn is a teenager in high school, and, more importantly, a babysitter.
These girls can handle almost any type of child, provided that they get paid some extra, extra, moolah on the side. Children are often intimidated or scared of her because she is just as cunning as they are.
Over the years Calvin, from Calvin and Hobbes, has had several adventures involving corrugated cardboard boxes, in which he adapts them for many different uses. His inventions include the Transmogrifier, a flying time machine, the Duplicator, and an "Atomic Cerebral Enhance-O-Tron."
Basically, cardboard boxes are the best things a kid could ever have in order to stimulate their imagination.
I think our young Timmy here would rather have some cardboard boxes for Christmas than anything else. They're SO much fun.