Ivy and Bean: Bound to Be Bad (Ivy and Bean, Book 5)

Ivy and Bean: Bound to Be Bad (Ivy and Bean, Book 5)

Annie Barrows, Sophie Blackall

Language: English

Pages: 130

ISBN: 2:00286161

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The adventures of Ivy and Bean continue in the latest installment from series creators Annie Barrows and Sophie Blackall. In Ivy and Bean Bound to Be Bad the two girls decide to be so good and kind and pure of thought that wild animals will befriend them. When this doesn't work, they decide that perhaps a little badness can be good.

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with $16. Get it?) 9. Ahahaha! There’s no answer! Ivy’s last name isn’t in any of the books! 10. a Oh boy, you’re an Ivy and Bean expert now! When she was a kid, ANNIE BARROWS was always good and sweet and kind and pure of heart. She never did anything bad. Well, except for the thing with the lipstick. And, okay, some people might think what she did to the cat was bad, but the cat didn’t mind. The cat liked it. To find out more about Annie and Ivy and Bean, visit www.anniebarrows.com. More like

wasn’t a giant. He was just big. Crummy Matt said he was the biggest ten-year-old in the country. He said there was a bigger ten-year-old in China, and that was the only reason why he wasn’t the biggest tenyear-old in the world. “No, he won’t,” Ivy said, “because we’re going to change him into a good person.” 43 “How are we going to do that?” Ivy looked around as if she would find the answer in the grass. “I don’t know,” she said after a moment. “Maybe just looking at us will make him nice.

out her nose. She sniffed hard and then put her hands over her heart and cried, “NO! I beg you, Bean, not to say that terrible word! Promise you won’t!” Bean looked at Ivy for a moment. What was she supposed to do? “Um, okay.” “She’s good again! She’s changed!” Ivy said loudly. Bean checked the crows. They were still sitting on the telephone pole. They hadn’t even noticed Bean’s bad word. “Stupid birds,” said Bean. “We didn’t hear anything!” Dino yelled. “Say it louder!” Whoa,

to be good—forever,” said Ivy. She had come up behind Crummy Matt, and now she stood next to Bean. “She’ll never do it again.” Crummy Matt sneered at them, first at Bean and then at Ivy. “Nobody messes with my little brother,” he growled. “Yeah,” nodded Dino. “Get ’em, Matt.” Crummy Matt nodded seriously. “Okay, bro.” He bent and whispered into Dino’s ear. 105 Dino smiled and ran up the driveway. Crummy Matt held on to Bean’s shirt. “She’ll never do it again,” Ivy said softly. “She’s

tiptoe and looked. Blister, dry and comfortable at last, stretched across Ivy’s head. “No. He’s sleeping,” said Bean. “I’ll get him off.” She reached up. “No!” whispered Ivy. “Leave him there!” “Really? You don’t mind?” asked Bean. “No! Don’t you get it?” whispered Ivy. “He’s an animal, and he’s following me! Because I’m pure of heart!” Bean stood on tiptoe again. Blister did look happy. So did Ivy. “How long are you going to let him stay there?” she asked. “He can stay forever if he wants

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