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Ivy and Bean Break the Fossil Record

Ivy and Bean Break the Fossil Record

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Published by ChronicleBooks
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?
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?

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Publish date: Aug 31, 2007
Added to Scribd: Oct 21, 2009
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by annie barrows + sophie blackall
 
DROp EVERYTHING!
Boring.
Boring! 
Boring!
Bean turned her book upside down andtried to read it that way. Cool. Well, sort ofcool. No. Boring.Bean sighed and turned her book backright side up. It was a book about cats thatshe had picked from the school library. Therewas a different cat on each page. Bean likedcats, but reading about them was driving hercrazy. All the cats looked the same except thesphynx cat, who didn’t have any fur. He lookedhalfway between a dog and a rat. Bean likedhim the best.

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aliciakaren reviewed this
Rated 5/5
Bean wants to be someone famous, and she has decided to do this by making a record to go in the Amazing Book of World Records. But what record should she break? Someone already called dibs on hanging spoons on their face, someone else took eating the M&M’s. It wasn’t until Ivy told Bean about her book on Mary Anning, the youngest paleontologist, that it finally hit. They were going to start digging for dinosaur bones!Join Ivy and Bean in their latest adventure with this fun, comedic read. Pencil drawings join the large text on these pages to make it a quick read despite initial impressions on its size. Bean is a very engaging and quirky character, and her relationship with Ivy is a very sweet showing of friendship. Highly recommend for young girls who enjoy quirky comedies.
bookcat27 reviewed this
Rated 4/5
This is a delightful easy chapter book about two very good friends Ivy and Bean. They are in second grade. Their teacher shares a book about breaking records so the girls get the idea to break their own record. After lots of stops and starts they decide to dig for dinosaur bones become the youngest paleontologists. They start digging in Bean’s backyard and find bones! What a surprise. They can’t wait to tell their class and then do a show and tell in their backyard. But what happens when they realize that the bones they find don’t belong to a dinosaur? This is a funny and engaging read that will be enjoyable for students who want to start chapter books.
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