Ivy and Bean: Bound to Be Bad (Ivy and Bean, Book 5)
Annie Barrows, Sophie Blackall
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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.
wasn’t a giant. He was just big. Crummy Matt said he was the biggest ten-year-old in the country. He said there was a bigger ten-year-old in China, and that was the only reason why he wasn’t the biggest tenyear-old in the world. “No, he won’t,” Ivy said, “because we’re going to change him into a good person.” 43 “How are we going to do that?” Ivy looked around as if she would find the answer in the grass. “I don’t know,” she said after a moment. “Maybe just looking at us will make him nice.
7 TOUGH COOKIES 17 BIRD BRAINS 25 A CRUMMY PLAN 39 A GOOD BAD IDEA 49 THE WORST WORD IN THE WORLD 63 BEAN, QUEEN OF BAD 73 FROM BAD TO WORSE 85 BEAN OVERBOARD! 95 THE REVENGE OF DINO 103 GOOD AND SOGGY 113 5 A PAIN IN THE KAZOO Check. Bean’s mom was reading the paper. Check. Bean’s dad was reading the paper. Check. Nancy was reading the funnies. Bean picked up her plate and licked the streaks of leftover syrup. “Bean’s licking her plate,” said Nancy. “Stop it, Bean,” said
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
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.” 8 “Don’t call me dude,” said her dad. “Go do the dishes.” “What?! It’s Nancy’s turn!” yelped Bean. “It was Nancy’s turn until you licked your plate. Now it’s your turn,” said her dad. “That’s totally unfair!” huffed Bean. “I couldn’t help it! Haven’t you ever heard of forces beyond your control?” “Yes, I have,” said her father. “Forces
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