Ivy and Bean No News Is Good News (Book 8) (Ivy & Bean)

Ivy and Bean No News Is Good News (Book 8) (Ivy & Bean)

Annie Barrows

Language: English

Pages: 144

ISBN: 1452107815

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


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.

Washday

Baaad Sheep (Urgency Emergency!)

Writing for Children (Writing Handbooks)

Track Stars! (Thomas & Friends)

Charlie Joe Jackson (Einschleimen erlaubt, Band 2)

Codley And The Big Storm: Together We Can

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

to Go) a) Apple juice b) Red glitter glue c) Spit d) Blood 2. What did Bean write on the Undershirt of Freedom? (Hint: Ivy and Bean Take Care of the Babysitter) a) Yikes! b) Save Me! c) Whoa, Nellie! d) SOS 3. When she goes to the Aquarium, Zuzu’s favorite animal is the . . . (Hint: Ivy and Bean: Doomed to Dance) a) Sea star b) Penguin c) Alligator d) Shark 4. Nancy’s meanest friend is named . . . (Hint: Ivy and Bean: What’s the Big Idea?) a) Mischa b) Didi c) Spud d) Xlljablx 5. When it’s rug

her head. “No, we couldn’t. They cost more than a dollar.” Ivy nodded. “Here’s what I don’t understand. Everyone else’s parents get them cheese. Why don’t ours?” “We’ve got to keep trying,” said Bean. “Aren’t grown-ups always telling us we have to keep trying?” Together, they trudged around the circle of Pancake Court until they got to Bean’s house. “Hi, sweetie,” said Bean’s mom. “Hi, Ivy. How was school?” “Fine,” said Bean. The real answer was too complicated. “What’s for snack?” “Fruit!”

magic book from its hiding place and flipped through the pages, looking for a potion to sell. It had to be something that people would want to buy. “What do people want?” she asked. “Horses,” said Bean. She wanted a horse. Ivy looked in her book. “Here’s one for making your horse as fast as an eagle.” Bean rolled her eyes. “That’s not much help if you don’t have a horse.” Ivy nodded. Then she giggled. “Here’s one that makes the first person you touch fall in love with you.” “Eeeww, gross!

house,” said Bean. She was discouraged. “Wait!” called Dino. They looked up at him. He was smiling. “I’ve got a great story for you.” “What?” “It’s a picture, really. Does your newspaper have pictures?” Bean shrugged. “Sure. Pictures are good.” Anything that filled up paper was good. Dino laughed. “I’ll go upstairs and get it. It’s on my mom’s dresser.” “We can call it Guess the Naked Baby,” said Bean, looking at the picture. Ivy started laughing. Again. “But everyone will already know

tonight,” Bean said. That was a line from a famous song about a fire, but she couldn’t remember what came next. “Fire! Fire! Fire!” yelled Ruby. Oh yeah, thought Bean. That’s the next line. Except that’s not what Ruby meant. Trevor had dropped the smoking leaf on the lawn and now a little bit of grass was smoking, too. Yikes! “Fire!” yelled Bean. “Really?” asked Ivy. “Let me see!” She stopped holding the box and jumped up on it. “Fire!” shouted Ruby. “Told you I’d make something happen!”

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