Annie Barrows' Ivy & Bean and the Ghost That Had to Go will have kids jumping in their seats one instant and rolling on the floor laughing the next. While Bean is the loudest girl in her class, Ivy is the quietest, best-behaved second grader. So when Ivy scares the whole class silly by saying there's a ghost in the girls' bathroom, everyone is surprised!
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by Annie Barrows
"With her youthful tones, Cassandra Morris captures all the drama of Barrows's series about second-graders Ivy and Bean. The usually well-behaved Ivy sees a ghost in the girls' bathroom. Soon the whole school knows, and while some kids are interested, others are frightened into using other bathrooms--annoying the teachers and prompting Ivy and Bean to come up with a plan. Morris conveys Barrows's many insights into school life and young friendships. She does an especially good job managing the plentiful dialogue--from that of irritated teachers to excited children. Her narration delivers all the humor and drama of the girls' scheme to expel the ghost with their imaginative exorcism. J.C.G. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"
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