Ivy and Bean Boxed Set, Volume 2 (Books 4-6)
Annie Barrows, Sophie Blackall
Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub
This bundle continues the adventures of the spunky second graders. It includes books 4, 5 and 6 in the Ivy and Bean series.
- Ivy and Bean Take Care of the Babysitter (Book 4)
- Ivy and Bean Bound to Be Bad (Book 5)
- Ivy and Bean Doomed to Dance (Book 6)
Bean. The hummingbird darted from flower to flower. Come on, look at me, thought Ivy. See how good I am. The hummingbird came to a stop on a stem and turned to look at her thoughtfully. For a second, Ivy was a hummingbird inside. Then—whoosh. The bird zoomed past her head again and disappeared into the blue sky. Ivy was discouraged. The hummingbird hadn’t even noticed her pure heart. Her headband was still in the street and was probably going to get run over. Bean had told the other kids about
Bean’s favorite babysitter, Leona, can draw perfect . . . (Hint: Ivy and Bean Take Care of the Babysitter, BOOK 4) a. goldfish b. horses c. wands d. herds of sheep 6. What is Bean’s middle name? (Hint: Ivy and Bean, BOOK 1) a. Blue b. Lima c. Solon d. Alice 7. One of the three things that Ivy flushes down the toilet belonged to Zuzu. It is a . . . (Hint: Ivy and Bean and the Ghost That Had to Go, BOOK 2) a. pickle b. sock c. hairclip d. worm Beep-Beep! Math question ahead! 8.
and screaming. Finally, when they were both laughing so hard they couldn’t dance any more, they rushed into the kitchen and fell over on the floor. “Well, look who’s here,” said Ivy’s mom. She was making dinner. “Mom,” Ivy said when she got her breath back, “I have to take ballet class.” Ivy’s mom stirred something into something else. “You had to take ice-skating, too.” Ivy wiggled her toes. “Yeah, but that was a mistake.” “How do you know ballet isn’t a mistake, too? Those skates were
want to go into this in front of Nancy, but if I do let you take ballet, there will be no quitting.” “Quitting? Why would I quit?” “You quit softball.” “But that was softball. All you do in softball is stand around waiting for five hundred years until it’s time to hit the stupid ball. And then you miss anyway. Ballet isn’t like that.” Her mother looked at her. Bean made her eyes big. “I thought you wanted me to learn new things,” she said. Her mother looked at her some more. “Nancy got
that. But other than eating dirt, he looked perfectly healthy. “We need someone sicker,” said Ivy. “Look for someone sitting down. If you sit down during recess, it’s because you’re sick.” They peered around the playground. “Drew is sitting down,” said Bean, “but that’s probably because the Yard Duty got him.” “What about that kid over there?” Ivy pointed to a first-grade-looking kid that Bean didn’t know. He was sitting by himself on a bench. “Hey! He coughed!” said Bean. “Let’s get him!”