Ivy and Bean and the Ghost that Had to Go (Ivy & Bean, Book 2) (Bk. 2)
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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 discoverya 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 schooluntil 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!
IVY + BEAN BOOK 2 ALSO AVAILABLE: IVY + BEAN BOOK 1 “The deliciousness is in the details here, with both girls drawn distinctly and with flair.” —Booklist, starred review “. . . illustrations deftly capture the girls’ personalities and the tale’s humor. . . . Barrows’s narrative brims with sprightly dialogue.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review “Readers are bound to embrace this spunky twosome and eagerly anticipate their continuing tales of mischief and mayhem.” —Kirkus Reviews
slid the book back her way. “Look, Zuzu! This girl did one hundred and nine cartwheels in a row.” “Let me see that!” Zuzu grabbed the book and looked closely at the picture of a teenage girl in tights. “I bet I could do one hundred and ten.” “Bet you couldn’t,” said Eric.
Aruba-Tate said we had to come back ASAP,” she said. Ivy saw Bean’s face. “Oh, okay,” she said. “Let’s go back.” “Put up your chairs, boys and girls,” said Ms. Aruba-Tate. She said it every afternoon when the bell rang, and every afternoon, half the class forgot. “Drew, please keep your hands to yourself. MacAdam, you may not put the turtle in your backpack. Thank you.” Emma and Zuzu were already on the field when Ivy and Bean got there. They weren’t doing cartwheels. They were just
there’s a ghost, I want to see it.” She leaned forward, staring at the bathroom. “Keep your eyes open for a long time without blinking,” Ivy suggested. Emma popped her eyes at the door. A girl ran down the breezeway and into the bathroom. As the door swung shut, Emma said, “I see a cloud! It’s a milky cloud, like you said!” “Yeah. That’s it,” Ivy said, nodding. Zuzu popped her eyes, too. “Is it glowing? I thought I saw something glowing.” “That’s the eyes,” Bean said. “You must be seeing
powerful,” said Ivy in a mysterious voice. “And at lunch recess, the ghost will be expelled. Never to return.” Leo dropped his ball and gave it a soft kick. “I’ll help if you want.” By morning recess, all the kids in the second grade knew that Ivy and Bean were going to expel the ghost at lunch. Everyone gathered around the play structure again. “Ms. Aruba-Tate said you weren’t supposed to talk about the ghost anymore, Ivy,” said Zuzu. She snapped the waist of her skirt. “That’s not what she