In the fifth entry in the New York Times–bestselling series, two friends come up with a crazy plan to lure wild animals home.
Bean’s day is going downhill, and it’s only nine in the morning. Is it her fault she licked syrup off her plate? Is it her fault Nancy’s yarn got used up? Yes. Bean wonders if being good is worth the effort. Ivy says yes, that if you’re really good, animals will love you and follow you home. Wow! Ivy and Bean decide they’re going to be the best kids in town. They’re going to be kind, they’re going to be generous and pure of heart and—Wait a second! How did they end up muddy, wet, and in trouble?
Praise for Bound to Be Bad
“Barrows and Blackall deliver another laugh-out-loud Pancake Court romp that derives its humor from the very believable characters and chemistry of the neighborhood children. Any child who’s had to suffer a time-out will relate to this one.” —Kirkus Reviews