Ivy & Bean's Secret Treasure Box (Books 1-3)
  • Ivy & Bean's Secret Treasure Box (Books 1-3)
  • Ivy & Bean's Secret Treasure Box (Books 1-3)
  • Ivy & Bean's Secret Treasure Box (Books 1-3)
  • Ivy & Bean's Secret Treasure Box (Books 1-3)
  • Ivy & Bean's Secret Treasure Box (Books 1-3)
ISBN: 0811864952
EAN13: 9780811864954
Language: English
Release Date: Nov 1, 2008
Pages: 4
Dimensions: 2.1" H x 7.3" L x 5.6" W
Weight: 1.75 lbs.
Format: Boxed Set
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Book Overview

Books 1-3 from The New York Times bestselling Ivy & Bean series

Introduce independent readers to the award-winning Ivy & Bean series with this boxed set containing the first three books about two spunky second graders. -- Seira Wilson, Amazon Editor

Meet Ivy and Bean, two friends who never meant to like each other: Ivy and Bean are very different. Bean is loud and wild and goofy. She loves to be involved in games and poke her nose in other people's business. Ivy is quiet and full of ideas. She spends most of her time learning how to be a witch. Each girl thinks the other one is weird. Each girl thinks she could never be friends with the other. But sometimes opposites can become the best of friends because they're opposites

Ivy & Bean's Secret Treasure Box--which includes the first three books in the series--is a delightful introduction to these spunky characters and includes a secret treasure-hiding box with a cool surprise inside

- Book 1: Ivy & Bean Both girls were sure they would never like each other, but when Bean finds herself in a pickle, Ivy helps out with a magical spell.
- Book 2: Ivy & Bean and the Ghost that Had to Go When Ivy discovers a ghost in the girls bathroom at school, she needs Bean's help to get rid of it as quickly as possible.
- Book 3: Ivy & Bean Break the Read More chevron_right

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5
   ... is just getting into Chapter Books and these are perfect. She loves this series so much
My child is getting into Chapter Books and these are perfect. She loves the series. We can't wait to read more. It's great for kids who are starting to read chapter books. She could read many of the sight words that I read to her.
 
5
   Great set
This is a great book for girls, and this box makes it even better, because it has a secret book. It has tons of non common words so it's a win-win. It doesn't have a lot of pictures, but I think they are enough, it's a great starting book for older kids.
 
5
   Fabulous books, forget the “Karens”
The Karens have negative reviews. These books are wonderful. They remind me of Ramona books when I was a child. We read them to our 5 year old. They show how normal kid thinking processes work. The negative Nancys need some humor.
 
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   Not age appropriate, teaches wrong lessons, strange book
This book is not suitable for a young child. It has words like stupid, witchery and so on. Children are taught to hide from trouble. Images seemed frightening. She had blood on her face. A child makes their sibling upset. We didn't find the book series funny.
 
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   Bean is a mean, bratty bully
I wanted to like this, but Bean is not a likable character. She is a bad person. She harshly judges and gives Ivy mean nicknames before even meeting her and then tries to fix her because her bathrobe turned into a witch cape. Bean is cruel to her big sister and complains constantly when she has to do something she doesn't want to do. Running away from home, sneaking kids into your bedroom while your parents are distracted, and choking people are some of the things that can be found here. A positive message in this book is overshadowed by Bean's bad behavior, which is not a good example for young girls. When your child can read on her own, complete sections and words don't fly.
 
5
   Good books
My 9 year old received a Christmas present. Before her break ended, she had 1-6 read. She was reprimanded for taking them to school.
 
5
   Too easy for 8yr old. But she loved them!
The books were too easy for my 8 year old to read. She loved the books and wanted more. She read three books in one day.
 
1
   Rude and obnoxious kids - no thanks.
I have been meaning to write this for a long time, but I am happy to see other people mention it. I don't want to get this set if you have values and morals for your children. I would like to read the reviews before purchasing... The girls are brats with no respect and I don't appreciate the portrayal of sisters being enemies. The set includes a fake book that has an area to keep a top secret journal. This series encourages us to not keep secrets in our family. Mary Pope Osborne wrote Magic Treehouse. It is much better themed for this age group.
 
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   No values. Too sassy, disrespectful and mean.
Disgusting behavior. I screen books before I give them to my kids. The first half of the book was hard for me to read. There are ways to write without being mean. How can you sell this to children? You are a shame! It was!
 
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   The kids don't model good behavior or good intentions.
I felt it was necessary to inform potential consumers with sensitive children that I don't usually write reviews. I stopped my daughter from continuing because she only read half the first book. I didn't want her to see the bad behavior of the children in the book. The children are self centered. Don't buy these books if you want to remind your child that the behavior they are reading about is not acceptable. I got a three book set.
 
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