Ivy and Bean Take the Case (Book 10)

Ivy and Bean Take the Case (Book 10)

Annie Barrows

Language: English

Pages: 136

ISBN: 1452128715

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


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!

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flopping over like a pancake. It was Ivy, leaning over her. “What’re you doing?” It’s hard to be tough while you’re lying flat on your back, but Bean tried. “I’m cracking a case.” “You’re what?” asked Ivy. “It means solving a mystery,” Bean said. She sat up. “I’m practicing to be a private investigator. P. I. for short.” “Pi?” Ivy said. “3.1415—” “No, not that one. P. I. stands for private investigator. You know, someone who solves mysteries. Like Al Seven.” “Al who?” asked Ivy. So Bean

Bean pulled down her hat, gave a big sigh, and walked toward the mail truck. Silently, she stood at the open door of the truck. The mailman breathed in and out. Silently, the other kids gathered around her. The mailman breathed in and out. Silently, Bean bent down to look at the mailman. What was the matter with him? The mailman breathed in and out. Silently, the other kids bent down to look at the mailman. What was the matter with him? The mailman’s eyes clicked open. He screamed. +

Bean pulled down her hat, gave a big sigh, and walked toward the mail truck. Silently, she stood at the open door of the truck. The mailman breathed in and out. Silently, the other kids gathered around her. The mailman breathed in and out. Silently, Bean bent down to look at the mailman. What was the matter with him? The mailman breathed in and out. Silently, the other kids bent down to look at the mailman. What was the matter with him? The mailman’s eyes clicked open. He screamed. +

downstairs. She stopped in her mom’s office to borrow her phone, the one with the camera, and then she got the flashlight, and finally there was nothing else to do except go outside. In the front hallway, Bean took a deep breath. She got ready for the dark and the cold and maybe a big and mean person. Everyone else was cozy in their warm beds. Nobody knew what she was doing. She was all alone. Al Seven never seemed lonely. There was something weird about him, Bean decided. She opened the door.

world. Bean smiled. Okay. She tried to remember exactly what Al Seven had said. “The end isn’t always pretty,” she began. Everyone looked confused. “What?” said Ruby. Bean sighed. She shook her head. “Friends. They break your heart, I guess.” “Whose heart?” said Sophie S. “What are you talking about?” Bean grabbed Ivy’s arm and said loudly, “Crime doesn’t pay, pal!” Ivy fell to her knees. “You got me!” she wailed, covering her face with her hands. “It was me! I did it!” “Did what?” yelled

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