Ivy And Bean And The Ghost That Had To Go: #2
  • Ivy And Bean And The Ghost That Had To Go: #2
  • Ivy And Bean And The Ghost That Had To Go: #2
  • Ivy And Bean And The Ghost That Had To Go: #2
  • Ivy And Bean And The Ghost That Had To Go: #2
  • Ivy And Bean And The Ghost That Had To Go: #2
ISBN: 0811849112
EAN13: 9780811849111
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 5, 2007
Pages: 136
Dimensions: 0.4" H x 7.2" L x 5.4" W
Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Best friends Ivy and Bean are back and looking for adventure in the second installment of this engaging new series. This time they've made an amazing discovery a ghost in the school bathroom Ivy and Bean can see its cloudy form and its glowing eyes. They can hear its moaning voice. This is the best thing that ever happened at school until the teachers find out. Now Ivy and Bean have to figure out how to get the ghost out of the bathroom. Will they succeed? Maybe. Will they have fun? Of course

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5
   Great Series
My daughter received Book 1 of the series for her fifth birthday about a month ago. We have read up to six book, and haven't read further because we haven't had time to order them or swing by the book store to get them, he said. It follows the antics of two girls who form an unlikely friendship _ which gives my daughter the courage to try to make new friends. It helped my daughter from the likes of Winx, Barbie and Bratz, who only teach girls that their value lies in their looks. Ivy Bean's looks are beside any point the stories try to make. It's great to read to young girls, Hachette said.
 
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   Scarier than expected.
These are generally fun books to read, too, Mr. Rule told the judge. This one is too good, but is find it hard to rate stars. My daughter has a pretty hairy trigger nerve when it comes to scary stuff. Other parents need to be cautioned, I think, because I would not have read this one to my daughter at all. It's a parody, I expected it to revolve around some kid dressed up as a ghost or something. The Harrisons did not get into trouble with the law, prosecutors said. This book is very heavy on bodies being buried under the school, having to flush things down the toilet to get to the ghost who needs to be sent back to its grave, the kids talking about zombies eating your brain, etc. I think it's fine for an older kid with a better grasp on reality, but for a kid who is already afraid of the idea of zombies, I'd skip this one.
 
5
   Great
This book was great, said the girl who has read it. It was mostly a girl's part, making a potion to get rid of the ghost.
 
4
   Fun
It's a very fun book, I really enjoyed it, Morgenthau said. I will continue to read this seris but maybe U can make more.
 
3
   Review
This book is totally awesome, I can't wait to read the next one!
 
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   Ivy and Bean and the ghost who had to go(Book 2):
I recommend this book to anyone who reads it. The book was very well written, and the parts were awesome. It was scary, said Blair.
 
5
   Great series
My 7 year old has a crush on the books. Even though the stories are told in a certain way, they can be relatable to kids. Some words she needs help with but most of the time she can sound them out.
 
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   A really good book
I'm so 9 I can't really read big books yet, but I can't stop reading them, and I can't wait to finish the seerys, and I think that thar is some sort of glitch," she said.
 
5
   8 year old girl loves these books
My 8 year old daughter absolutely loves them. She is a bit more of a rough girl not into princess or girlie stuff, McCartney said. She's taken a liking to Ivy & Bean, too.
 
5
   Grade 2 Reader
Second-grade students at Nottingham are asked to read at a comfortable level. NBC also reported that Snow's mom liked the story so far. The boys are delighted, Taylor said.
 
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