The fifth and final book in the Iggy series about the lovable troublemaker, perfect for fans of The Terrible Two series.
Grownups make no sense at all
They’re nuts about babies, but they tell their 9-year-olds to be more mature. They complain constantly about how old they are, and then they tell their kids to grow up. So when Iggy’s mom and dad say he can’t have a puppy because he’s not mature and responsible, Iggy develops an excellent plan to prove them wrong.
Like any great plan, it involves secrecy, strategy, and a chinchilla.
There’s also some screaming, but that’s not Iggy’s fault.
Is there a puppy, too? You’ll have to read the book to find out.
The third book in the Iggy series about the lovable troublemaker from New York Times bestselling author of Ivy + Bean.
From Iggy’s point of view, his plan was genius, pure genius. From Iggy’s point of view, he’s saved (a) his candy, (b) his family, and (c) the toaster. From Iggy’s point of view, he should get a trophy. And respect. And more candy.
So what if Rudy Heckie disagrees? Rudy Heckie has been wrong before and he’ll be wrong again. Rudy has a scar now, and scars are cool! He should be happy. So should Mr. Heckie. So should Iggy’s mom and dad. Everyone should be happy. Specifically, everyone should be happy with Iggy.
But are they? It all depends on your point of view.
In the third installment of Annie Barrows’s series about the secret joys of causing trouble, readers will learn about the power of interpretation (but we all know who’s really right).
The second book in the Iggy series about the lovable troublemaker by New York Times bestselling author Annie Barrows (Ivy + Bean)–now in paperback!
One thing led to another . . . Have you ever heard those words? Sometimes it means “Things got better.” That’s not what it means in this book. In this book, Iggy gets an idea–a perfectly fine idea–and then, unfortunately, the principal shows up, and then, even more unfortunately, there’s an incident with a basketball, and then, before you know it, Iggy’s flying through the air.
How did it all happen? It’s really hard to explain. You’d better read the book. In the second book in Annie Barrows’s series about how causing a little bit of trouble can sometimes be a whole lot of fun, Iggy almost realizes that the consequences of his actions can affect others. Almost.
From the New York Times bestselling author of Ivy + Bean comes a hilarious new series featuring a high-energy, lovable troublemaker.
Meet 9-year-old Iggy Frangi. He’s not a bad kid, he’s really not. Okay, so he’s done a few (a few is anything up to 100) bad things. And okay, he’s not very sorry about most of them. People make a big deal about nothing. What’s a little pancake here and there? Is that something to get mad about? Iggy doesn’t think so. No one got hurt, so there’s no problem. No one got hurt except for that one time, that one time when the Best Idea Ever turned into the Worst Idea of All Time.
Iggy is sorry he did it. He is really, really, really sorry.
“For what?” you might ask. “What did he do?”
Well, you’ll have to read the book to find out.
Things Iggy will NOT do in this book: Be the most polite kid ever. Play the cello. Think before acting. Learn a lesson. Regret his actions. (Most of them, anyway.)