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).
has written either twenty-seven or twenty-nine books, depending on how you define the word “book.” Most of them are for kids; she has written picture books, chapter books, mid-grade books, and even a book for teenagers. Like Iggy, she would go to great lengths to protect her candy, but unlike Iggy, she would never ever eat a banana Laffy Taffy.Sam Ricks
is the illustrator of the Geisel Award-winner Don't Throw it to Mo!
and the Stinkbomb and Ketchup-Face books. He lives with his family in Utah. Twitter @Samuelricks / Website samricks.com