Ivy and Bean Boxed Set, Volume 2 (Books 4-6)

Ivy and Bean Boxed Set, Volume 2 (Books 4-6)

Annie Barrows, Sophie Blackall

Language: English

Pages: 70

ISBN: 2:00068929

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

This bundle continues the adventures of the spunky second graders. It includes books 4, 5 and 6 in the Ivy and Bean series.

- Ivy and Bean Take Care of the Babysitter (Book 4)

- Ivy and Bean Bound to Be Bad (Book 5)

- Ivy and Bean Doomed to Dance (Book 6)

The Black Stallion's Ghost

Don't Spill the Milk!

Amber Brown Sees Red

The Invisible Cloud (Tangshan Tigers, Book 3)

Twister on Tuesday (Magic Tree House, Book 23)

















Bean’s bag of corn. Bean, Ivy, Leo, Prairie, and Sophie S. gathered around the foot of the volcano. Sophie W. got to turn on the hose, since it was her house. “You ready?” called Prairie. “Yes,” said Isaiah. They could hardly hear him inside the crater. “On your mark!” yelled Bean. “Get set! Go!” She threw herself onto the ground. “Earthquake!” she bellowed. “Help!” howled Sophie S. “The volcano is spewing!” Isaiah threw the corn out the top. “Ask the gods for forgiveness!” yelled Ivy.

called Ivy anyway. “Are you ready?” she asked. “Who’s this?” said Ivy. “Bean!” “Oh. Hi, Bean,” said Ivy. She didn’t like talking on the phone. “What do you want?” “Are you ready? Say ten-four if you are.” “Say what?” asked Ivy. “Ten-four,” said Bean. “Fourteen,” said Ivy. “No! It means yes,” said Bean. “Yes what?” “Ivy! Yes, I’m ready!” yelled Bean. “Oh. I’m ready, too. Good-bye.” Ivy hung up. Forget it. Bean went back to her room. It was almost bedtime, which meant it was almost

Bean’s window. “How come you need to be saved?” “Because of Nancy,” Bean said. “My mom and dad let her babysit me.” Ivy looked shocked. “She’s not a babysitter. She’s your sister.” “And she’s getting twenty dollars for it!” Ivy looked even more shocked. “That’s totally not fair.” “That’s what I said. But nobody ever listens to me.” Talking to Ivy, Bean began to see just how unfair it really was. Super-duper unfair. “Did she lock you in your room?” Ivy asked. “Well, no,” admitted Bean.

Bean. “Two,” said Nancy. “Four,” said Bean. “Deal,” said Nancy. “You promise not to tell? And you, too, Ivy?” “We promise,” said Bean. “Right, Ivy?” “Right,” agreed Ivy. Nancy looked at the two girls for a moment. “From now on, I’m only babysitting kids who can’t talk,” she said and slammed the bathroom door shut. Ivy and Bean walked back down the hall. “That’s two dollars for each of us,” said Bean. “I think I’ll buy a doll baby.” “Me, too,” said Ivy. “We can have twins.” JUST

and her head swooped down to her plate. “I can’t help it,” she said, licking. “There’s a magnetic force pulling my tongue out of my mouth.” Bean’s family looked at her like she was a bug. An ugly bug. “That’s disgusting,” said Nancy. “Bean, please . . .” said her mother. “Cut it out,” said her father. “I can’t!” slurped Bean. “The force is too strong!” Her father took her plate away. Bean slumped against the back of her chair. “Thanks, dude. I owe you one.” “Don’t call me dude,” said her

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