Ivy and Bean Get to Work!

Ivy and Bean Get to Work!

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Ivy and Bean go searching for treasure in Book 12--the final story in the New York Times bestselling early chapter book series

It's Career Day at Emerson Elementary School, and all the students have to choose what they want to be when they grow up. No problem. Best friends Ivy and Bean already have that all figured out. At least, they thought so, until they met Herman the Treasure Hunter. Now everyone in the second grade is looking for treasure--and finding it. Everyone except Ivy and Bean, that is. They need to get out their shovels and turn up some treasure on the double

- A laugh-out-loud adventure
- Bestselling series--more than 6 million copies sold
- From beloved author Annie Barrows and award-winning illustrator Sophie Blackall

Ivy and Bean make Career Day--and every day--so much fun with their mischievous antics.

- Children's books for kids age 6-9
- Great early chapter book series for boys and girls
- Perfect for fans on the Judy Moody, Dory Fantasmagory, and Clementine series

Author: Annie Barrows
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Published: 04/06/2021
Pages: 128
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 0.60lbs
Size: 7.30h x 5.60w x 0.70d
ISBN: 9781797205106
Audience: Ages 9-12

Accelerated Reader:
Reading Level: 3.7
Point Value: 1
Interest Level: Lower Grade
Quiz #/Name: 511985 / Ivy and Bean Get to Work!


Review Citation(s):
Booklist 02/01/2021 pg. 55
Horn Book Magazine 03/01/2021 pg. 81
Kirkus Reviews 03/15/2021
School Library Journal 05/01/2021 pg. 72

About the Author
Annie Barrows is the bestselling author of books for both children and adults, including the Iggy series, the YA novel Nothing and the bestselling novel The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society which was made into a Netflix movie. She lives in Northern California.

Sophie Blackall has illustrated many books, including If You Come to Earth and Ruby's Wish, and has twice won the Caldecott Medal. Originally from Australia, Sophie now spends half her time in Brooklyn, New York, and half her time trying to see as much of our world as she can. Learn more about her at www.sophieblackall.com.