Ivy and the Meanstalk

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Holiday House, Incorporated, Sep 2, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 227 pages
16 Reviews
Princess Ivy and her dragon friend Eldridge return in this sequel to Ivy's Ever After. This time, they must deal with the unexpected aftermath of the Jack and the Beanstalk adventure, climbing a vicious man-eating meanstalk and stealing a magical harp from a fabulous kingdom of solid gold.

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THE PLOT WIN. This plot was fun and entertaining. - Goodreads
Her writing flows from page to page effortlessly. - Goodreads
He's hilarious, and educational besides. - Goodreads
THE WRITING Lairamore has such a lyrical voice. - Goodreads
I think the plot felt more forced. - Goodreads

Review: Ivy and the Meanstalk (Ivy #2)

User Review  - Stephanie Jobe - Goodreads

This is a sequel so some spoilers are too be expected. Ivy is now the heir to the throne. She has lessons but she would rather spend her time riding around with Elridge or doing things with her newly ... Read full review

Review: Ivy and the Meanstalk (Ivy #2)

User Review  - Carly - Goodreads

Just as good, maybe even better, than the first book. This one is more of a fractured fairy tale than the previous one, taking the story of Jack and the Beanstalk in a new direction. Super cute. Read full review

About the author (2011)

Dawn Lairamore lives in northern California, where she works as a paralegal. In a starred review of her first book, Ivy's Ever After, School Library Journal wrote, "A fun and entertaining fairy-tale-based fantasy with a nice balance of character development and action," and Kirkus Reviews predicted, "This fractured fairy tale will delight tween readers.

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