Monday, October 12, 2015

Display: Spy Stuff

By Kes Gay
Daisy's plan to become a spy falls apart when no one understands her spy language.

By Jessica Young
Spy Guy is determined to become a good, sneaky spy, but he cannot do it without the help of his father, the Chief.

By Cynthia Rylant
While trying out the spy glasses, spy hat, and other items in their new spy kit, seven-year-old Henry and his dog Mudge make a new friend and form a spy club.

By Susan Amerikaner
When someone is sabotaging race cars in an international tournament, Mater discovers his new friends Holley and Finn are spy cars, and he agrees to help them find the culprits.

ByHeather Vogel Frederick
Two fifth-graders who are the targets of bullies and a mouse spy who has not only lost her job but is also on a mobster rat's hit list, meet at Washington D.C.'s International Spy Museum and go under cover to help each other out.

By Jonathan Bernstein
An adopted middle child receives an unexpected package on an otherwise unremarkable birthday inviting her to join a super-secret division of the CIA.

By Susan K. Mitchell
Discusses different gadgets used by spies, such as invisible ink, hidden cameras, small guns made to look like ordinary objects, and bugs, and includes career information.

By Anthony Horowitz
After the death of the uncle who had been his guardian, fourteen-year-old Alex Rider is coerced to continue his uncle's dangerous work for Britain's intelligence agency, MI6.

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