Ivy and Bean No News Is Good News (Book 8) (Ivy & Bean)
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The 8th book in the New York Times bestselling Ivy & Bean series is now available in paperback! Ivy and Bean need some money. Ten dollars, to be exact. Never mind what for. Okay, it's for low-fat Belldeloon cheese in a special just-for-one serving size. Don't ask why. But how are Ivy and Bean going to make ten dollars? Hey, maybe they should write a newspaper about Pancake Court and sell it! Great idea! And easy, too. All they have to do is nose around the neighborhood. Wow—it's interesting what comes out when snoops start digging. It's even more interesting when the neighbors read about it in the newspaper.
Bean have every day after school. The coating around the cheese that all of the kids play with. FIND MORE FUN & GAMES AT WWW.CHRONICLEBOOKS.COM/IVYANDBEAN. When she was a kid, ANNIE BARROWS was always hoping to find money, because making it seemed like an awful lot of work. She dug many holes in her backyard and in other people’s backyards, too, but she never found anything good. Except worms. SOPHIE BLACKALL ’s children would like to report that she has deprived them, their entire childhood,
Pancake Court! Pancake Court! Pancake Court! All the news of Pancake Court! For! Only! A dollar!” Ads on television usually had songs. “Sure.” Jean was looking at the ceiling. “Sure. A dollar. Hang on a sec!” She zipped down the hall. Ivy and Bean waited on the doorstep, listening to something hit a wall and break into lots of pieces. Jean zipped back. “Great! Here!” She handed Ivy a dollar just as the next scream blazed through the house. “Bye!” she said, shutting the door. They heard her
Discover! Write!” “It’s almost night,” said Bean, stalling. “Nice try. It’s afternoon. Get out there!” he said. He sounded very enthusiastic. “Find out what makes Pancake Court tick!” “And then we get our cheese?” Ivy asked. “Give us news, give us truth, and you will get cheese!” he said, thumping his fist on the kitchen table. Bean rolled her eyes. “Come on,” she said to Ivy. “Let’s go get the stupid story.” RATS! SALAMI! WOW! “I thought this was supposed to keep us off the streets,” Bean
enough for me,” said Bean. “And he’s probably sleeping on the sofa because his bed is full of rats.” She wrote “Mr. Columbi’s Dirty Secret” in her notebook. Ivy climbed down from the box and the wheelbarrow. Her eyes were shining. “So that’s how you get the story,” she said. “This is going to be fun!” GUESS THE NAKED BABY They figured that Mr. Columbi wouldn’t mind if they borrowed his box. After all, he was fast asleep. Why would he need a box? They carried it over to Dino and Crummy Matt’s
explained. “Oh. Right,” said Bean. “Yeah. Also we have to make one for my dad, so he’ll give us our cheese back.” “He’s going to be surprised,” said Ivy. Bean nodded. “They’re all going to be surprised.” And they were surprised, but not exactly in the way that Ivy and Bean had imagined. After they delivered The Flipping Pancake to Jean, Jake the Teenager’s dad, Ruby and Trevor’s mom, Liana and Katy’s father, Dino and Crummy Matt’s mom, Mrs. W., and Mr. Columbi, they brought a copy to Bean’s