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

lunged toward Katy and snatched her imaginary bowl of dough. 20 21 “Gimme that!” she hollered and threw herself under the camellia bush to gobble it up. “Oh, you’re a bad girl!” scolded Katy. “You get a time-out!” “Now I’m barfing on your shoes because I ate all that cookie dough,” said Bean, crawling toward Katy. “Eew, no!” squealed Katy, jumping away. “Okay,” said Bean. “I’m barfing on my sister’s homework.” Katy grabbed the doll. “That’s gross, Bean. I don’t want to play

being good,” said Bean grumpily. “Way more fun,” Ivy said. “Well? What is it?” asked Bean. “Being bad.” 61 THE WORST WORD IN THE WORLD “Let me get this straight,” Bean said. “I do something bad, and then you talk me into being good?” “Yeah,” said Ivy. “I reform you. Just like that guy reformed the wolf.” “I’m not licking your feet,” said Bean. “No way, no how.” “I don’t want you to lick my feet,” Ivy said. “I just want to make you good.” “And I’ll still get to share

onto Mrs. Trantz’s roof. One bounced off the living room window and the other landed in the camellia bush. Bean was glad she hadn’t broken the 86 window, but she turned to Ivy and said, “Dang! I was trying to break the window.” “Bean! Breaking windows is really bad!” cried Ivy. “You can’t do that! Reform!” But Bean wasn’t listening. She whirled around, looking for another bad thing to do. + + + + + + Ivy dropped down on her front lawn. She had been running back and forth between badnesses, but

Katy. “Get her!” yelled Liana, but Bean darted away and grabbed the hose from Crummy Matt. Before he could blink, she had sprayed him in the face. Then she whirled around and around, water spurting in a circle. Nobody could get near her. “You’ll never take me alive!” she yelled. Crummy Matt jumped at her and slipped sideways down the grass. Liana was chasing Katy. Dino and Sophie S. were laughing so hard they were choking. Sophie W. was scooping big handfuls of mud and throwing them at

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