Ivy and Bean

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Chronicle Books, Apr 20, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 113 pages
33 Reviews
The moment they saw each other, Bean and Ivy knew they wouldn't be friends. But when Bean plays a joke on her sister, Nancy, and has to hide quickIvy comes to the rescue, proving that sometimes the best of friends are people never meant to like each other. Vibrant characters and lots of humor make this a charmingand addictiveintroduction to Ivy and Bean.
 

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User Review  - Stahl-Ricco - LibraryThing

My first chapter book that I've read with my almost five year old girl! She loves it! I'm not particularly thrilled with Bean's behavior, and some of the things she says, but I do love the reactions in my daughter! Her eyes light up and she smiles from ear to ear! I guess we'll read book #2! Read full review

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User Review  - Atroesch - LibraryThing

This a great book and series for readers that are just beginning to read alone. I think the topic is relatable and so are the characters. This would be a good book for 1st or 2nd grade levels. Read full review

Contents

NO THANKS
7
BEAN HATCHES A PLAN
13
THE GHOST OF PANCAKE COURT
21
BEAN MEETS IVY
29
IVY HATCHES A PLAN
41
BEWARE
53
EASYPEASY
69
BEANS BACKYARD
83
THE SPELL
95
NO DESSERT
105

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Annie Barrows has written a bunch of books for grown-ups, but Ivy and Bean is her first series for kids. Annie lives in Northern California with her husband and two daughters.

Sophie Blackall is an illustrator whose work has appeared in many newspapers and magazines, including the New York Times . She lives in New York, with her husband and two children. Her previous books include Ruby's Wish and Meet Wild Boars.

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