Ivy and Bean and Me
A Fill-in-the-Blank Book
Ivy and Bean have millions of fans who relish every twist and turn of the dynamic duo's adventures—whether they're playing pranks on Bean's sister, writing their own newspaper, or solving neighborhood mysteries. Now readers can add their own adventures and ideas to the mix! Funny prompts paired with hilarious illustrations make this journal the perfect place to get creative and join the fun.
Ivy and Bean: Take the Case
Watch out, you diabolical masterminds! There’s a new detective on Pancake Court: Bean! She laughs at danger! She solves even the most mysterious mysteries! What? There aren’t any mysteries? Then Bean and her assistant, Ivy, will make some!
Ivy and Bean: Make The Rules
Bean's older sister, Nancy, is going to Girl Power 4-Ever Camp, where she will do crafts and music and first aid and other secret things that Bean will never know about because you have to be eleven to go to Girl Power 4-Ever Camp. Bean doesn't care. She doesn't want to go to camp. She wouldn't go even if they begged her. So ha. So ha ha. So—wait a second! Bean and Ivy can make their own camp, their own better camp. Welcome to Camp Flaming Arrow, where counselors Ivy and Bean will give a whole new meaning to crafts, music, first aid, and hands-on learning!
Ivy and Bean: No News is Good News
How are Ivy and Bean going to make the ten dollars they really need to buy something super-special? Hey, maybe they should write a newspaper about Pancake Court and sell it! Great idea! And easy, too. All they have to do is snoop around the neighborhood…
Ivy and Bean: What's the Big Idea?
It's the Science Fair, and the second grade is all over it! Some kids are making man-eating robots. Some kids are holding their breath for a very, very long time. Some kids are doing interesting things with vacuum cleaners. The theme, obviously, is global warming. But what should Ivy and Bean do? Something involving explosions? Or ropes? Something with ice cubes? Or maybe … maybe something different.
Ivy and Bean: Doomed to Dance
Finally! After begging their parents for ballet lessons, Ivy and Bean finally get what they want…well, not exactly. When it comes time for Ivy and Bean to participate in the ocean-themed class recital, the girls must figure out a way to get out of it without breaking their promises.
Ivy and Bean: Bound to be Bad
Ivy and Bean decide to be so good and kind and pure of thought that wild animals will befriend them. When this doesn't work, they decide that perhaps a little badness can be good.
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!
Ivy and Bean: Break the Fossil Record
World record fever grips the second grade, and soon Ivy and Bean are trying to set their own record by becoming the youngest people to have ever discovered a dinosaur. But how hard is it to find one.
Ivy and Bean: And the Ghost that Had to Go
There's 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!
Ivy and Bean
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–quick–Ivy comes to the rescue, proving that sometimes the best of friends are people never meant to like each other.
Paper Doll Play Set
Ivy and Bean are always up to something! Now fans can reenact the duo's escapades (or create new ones!) with Ivy and Bean stand-up paper dolls. The set includes two sturdy play scenes for displaying the dolls or acting out their adventures, plus reusable vinyl stickers of colorful clothes, silly hats, and all kinds of items for getting into mischief!
Ivy and Bean Button Factory
It's easy-peasy to make buttons for wearing and sharing. Included are a button-making tool, all the materials necessary to make 15 buttons, and lots of button designs to choose from.
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