Ivy and Bean Take Care of the Babysitter (Ivy and Bean, Book 4)

Ivy and Bean Take Care of the Babysitter (Ivy and Bean, Book 4)

Annie Barrows, Sophie Blackall

Language: English

Pages: 130


Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

The adventures of Ivy and Bean continue in the latest installment from series creators Annie Barrows and Sophie Blackall. In Ivy and Bean Take Care of the Babysitter, the two girls hatch a plan to prove that Bean's big sister is the world's worst babysitter. Of course plans go awry, but fun ensues!

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MORE PRAISE FOR IVY + BEAN: “Just right for kids moving on from beginning readers . . . illustrations deftly capture the girls’ personalities and the tale’s humor. . . . Barrows’ narrative brims with sprightly dialogue.” — Publishers Weekly, starred review “In the tradition of Betsy and Tacy, Ginnie and Genevra, come two new friends, Ivy and Bean. . . . The deliciousness is in the details here. . . . Will make readers giggle.” — Booklist, starred review “A charming new series.” —People “Ivy

TRUE 7 DISASTER TWINS 17 THE SPECIAL EXPERIMENT 31 WHO’S IN CHARGE? 41 THE UNDERSHIRT OF FREEDOM 53 WHERE ARE YOU, MISS PEPPY-PANTS? 63 THE DOOR IN THE CEILING 73 UH-OH 83 A WORLD OF TROUBLE 93 ONE IS SILVER AND THE OTHER’S GOLD 107 JUST DESSERTS 117 TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE Thwack! Bean was grinding corn. She put a few pieces of Indian corn on the sidewalk and then smacked a rock down on top of them. Thwack! It hardly dented them, but that was okay. That was part of the fun. You had to

potholder. Bean flopped into her basket chair. Ouch. She got up and looked out her window. She had never been so bored in her life. She squeezed all the way to the edge of the window and found out that she could see Sophie W.’s yard. The mound of dirt was smaller than it had been in the beginning. There was muddy water running down the driveway and into the street. Bean pressed her eyebrow against the glass. Sophie S. had the hose. She was shooting water straight into the sky. Ivy was off to

heard the water running. “I guess we don’t have to pick up now,” said Ivy. “She’ll still make us do it in a few minutes,” sighed Bean. “My babysitters clean up for me,” said Ivy. “So does Leona, but Nancy’s not a real babysitter,” said Bean. She tossed her doll onto the floor. Playing was no fun once you knew you had to clean it up. She missed Leona. What if Nancy was going to be her babysitter forever? Her parents would like it, and Nancy would like it, too, because of the money. Ugh. Bean

couldn’t let that happen. “I have an idea,” said Bean. “Come on.” She got up and walked down the hall, and Ivy followed. Bean leaned close to the bathroom door and said loudly, “If it weren’t for me, you’d be in big trouble.” Nancy opened the door. Her face was wet and blotchy. “What?” “It’s pretty lucky for you that Mom didn’t come in and see that silver stuff,” Bean said. Nancy stared at her for a moment. “Okay. Thanks,” she said. Bean leaned against the doorway. “It’s almost like I’m the

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