By Annie Barrows, Sophie Blackall
The adventures of Ivy and Bean proceed within the most up-to-date installment from sequence creators Annie Barrows and Sophie Blackall. In Ivy and Bean look after the Babysitter, the 2 ladies hatch a plan to turn out that Bean's sizeable sister is the world's worst babysitter. in fact plans cross awry, yet enjoyable ensues!
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Yes, that was it! It made sense! He was dead! And his spirit had come back home, but he couldn’t see out of the spirit world! He was a ghost. His body was on the Boys’ Island, yes! And the wave had not been real, it had been Locaha, coming for him. It all made sense. He’d died on land with no one to put him into the dark water, and he was a ghost, a wandering thing, and the people were all around him, in the land of the living. 42 Nation 26/6/08 16:43 Page 43 THE NEW WORLD It seemed to Mau that this was not too bad.