Bunter The Stowaway (Billy Bunter, Book 35) by Frank Richards

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Ivy and Bean didn’t answer. They were thinking about wax. ” said Bean dreamily. ” he asked. ” “Stop saying what! Your magazine! ” “The magazine! ” he yelled. “The one you sold! ” “Oh yeah. That,” Bean said. ” “Well? ” He was still yelling a little. “After we have some cheese,” said Bean. ” Bean’s dad pulled into the driveway. He stopped the car and then he turned around to look at Bean and Ivy with narrow eyes. “Before you have some cheese,” he said. ” Dang. 60 + + + + + + “Okay. We did it. ” Bean said, coming into the kitchen with Ivy.

She made her eyes big. “We did the best we could,” she said in a little voice. Ivy made her eyes big, too, and nodded sadly. Her father frowned at her. “I don’t think so,” he said again sternly. “Listen, girls, you promised people news about Pancake Court. You took their money. You have to deliver what you promised. Once you’ve made a real newspaper, with real news, you can have your cheese. ” cried Bean. “It’s perfectly fair,” he said, frowning some more. ” Bean squawked. ” 63 “Nonsense,” her father said.

Ivy and Bean waited on the doorstep, listening to something hit a wall and break into lots of pieces. Jean zipped back. 47 “Great! ” She handed Ivy a dollar just as the next scream blazed through the house. ” she said, shutting the door. They heard her running up the stairs. “Wow. ” said Bean. Ivy nodded and stuck the dollar in her pocket. ” The next house was Mrs. Trantz’s. Mrs. Trantz’s yard had sparkly white stones and big silver bubbles and teeny fences around every rosebush. It looked like someone nice 48 lived there, but that was a big lie.

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