Ivy and Bean (Ivy and Bean, #1)
Title : Ivy and Bean (Ivy and Bean, #1)
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ISBN : 0811849090
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 120 pages
Category : american-fiction
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Publishers Ivy and Bean (Ivy and Bean, #1) 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 quickly, Ivy 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 charming and addictive introduction to Ivy and Bean Paperback, 120 pages Published May 3rd 2007 by Chronicle Books first published January 1st 2006 More Details Original Title Ivy and Bean ISBN 0811849090 ISBN13 9780811849098 Edition Language English Series Ivy Bean 1 Literary Awards Flicker Tale Childrens Book Award Nominee for Intermediate 2011 Other Editions 22 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Get a copy Kindle eBook Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleKoboApple iBooksGoogle PlayAbebooksB More at http://www.thephotoroll.com/php_uploads


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  • Miriam
    Miriam

    Cute friendship story about two different little girls learning to appreciate each I would have liked it better if Bean hadn t been such an obnoxious little brat I liked Ivy but Bean I wanted to slap I vastly prefer a child protagonist like

  • Lisa
    Lisa

    Reading the series with my 7 year old daughter.

  • Dawn Michelle
    Dawn Michelle

    I bought this book for my 5 year old niece and wanted to read it before giving it to her WHAT an adorable little book I loved reading it and she will love having it and learning to read it It will be so much fun to get her the rest of the series

  • Nathan
    Nathan

    I picked up this book because it landed on so many good children s book lists And while it wasn t a terrible book, it wasn t very good either The lone redeemable quality of the book was the friendship that developed between Ivy and Bean, when it initially appeared that the two had very little in common Ivy was the prim and proper book reader and Bean, the puddle splashing rabble rouser.However, it was what the relationship formed around that was troubling The two become friends when Ivy help

  • Alexandra
    Alexandra

    3 5 17.99 for Kindle Cute A day in the life of mischievous and imaginative girls.My tutoring student loved this book she s in the 4th grade reading about at the 2nd grade level Good early chapter book font is large, frequent pictures.

  • Katherine Pershey
    Katherine Pershey

    I was pretty disappointed I was hopeful that this series would help Juliette break out of her neverending Rainbow Magic obsession She liked it, but I didn t I guess I appreciate that the characters are fairly realistic children, and I did love the illustrations But, an awful lot of unkind language dumb, stupid, booger head and behavior Not that I want all children s books to be moralistic, but really I do not really need her looking up to a character who throws a handful of worms at he

  • Mariah
    Mariah

    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 quickly, Ivy 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 charming and addictive introduction to Ivy and Bean This was a cute story and I excited to read it with my students.

  • Deb
    Deb

    I am very mixed about this It is a great starting point for beginning readers because of the illustrations on every other page, but it is definitely not a book I want to read to my daughter Like with Junie B Jones, I don t like reading out loud about girls who aspire to make trouble But as a see I m not the only one find for kids it has a place in comforting kids who feel misunderstood or alone or whatever I will have to reread some Ramona books to see how I feel about those as a grown up

  • Coreena McBurnie
    Coreena McBurnie

    I had heard so much about these books from kids Last year, my son read all that he could get his hands on My son s friends talk about them because their teacher is reading them to the class They all say how much they love these books, how funny they are, how much they love when the teacher reads them We were at the book store and my son wanted me to buy him one, so I did When his older brother said What do you want that for It s a girls book My younger son turned around and said No, it

  • Carmen
    Carmen

    This is a great book for children, aged 6,7,8.Ivy and Bean are oppositesor at least Bean born Bernice thinks that they are Until certain circumstances let her get to know Ivy better.The illustrations in this book are great, although sometimes ugly There is one picture where Bean looks just like a demon, and it gives me the heebie jeebies The artist plays up Ivy and Bean s differences by representing them physically Ivy is taller, with long, red hair Bean is short and dark with dark, sh

Ivy and Bean (Ivy and Bean, #1)