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Ivy and Bean Super Special Collection

(Ivy & Bean #1-8)

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Meet Ivy & Bean, two girls who never meant to like each other. Ivy wears a dress every day. Bean doesn't even own a dress. Bean likes to zip around and yell. Ivy likes to read big books. But one day the girls find themselves in the middle of an adventure, one that involves face paint, mud, and worms, and before they know it they are forever friends. The hit series is a

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Hardcover, 1096 pages
Published November 22nd 2011 by Chronicle Books
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Shalyce
This has been Aysia's favorite chapter books so far and I love any books that helps them love reading. She comes and tells me about it each time she reads one and she flies through them.
Kristi
Sep 30, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: kiddo-books
O and E's new favorite series; we've plowed through six of them in the past month and they won't stop begging me to get the others. These stories are about two second grade BFF's; Bean, a rambunctious, very funny, and often in trouble girl, and Ivy, the creative, book loving, and not quite of this world character. Whilst there is often not any kind of moral to the stories or even any life lessons, they're well written and my kids are obsessed with them.
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Apr 16, 2015 rated it liked it
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1. Madeline read on her own, March 2015.
2. We read together, March 2015. I did not love the plot.
3. We read together, April 2015. Cute. The illustration of their dinosaur is hilarious!
4. We read half together, she read half on her own, April 2015. I'm so happy Em has found a new series to love! This was my favorite so far. Bean reminds me so much of Larkin. He he.
5. I read the whole book to her on Overdrive, April 2015. Meh.
6. We read together. May 2015. This was a good one. But I thin
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Nov 29, 2014 rated it really liked it
My daughter loves these books. She's 6 and I read them to her and she helps read some too. Great books!
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These are great audiobooks. My kids love them!
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Annie grew up in Northern California, and graduated from the University of California at Berkeley, with a degree in Medieval History. Unable to find a job in the middle ages, she decided upon a career as an editor, eventually landing at Chronicle Books in San Francisco, where she was in charge of "all the books that nobody in their right mind would publish." After earning an M.F.A. in Creative Wri ...more

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