Friday, May 4, 2012

Kids: Ready to Spy?

Love to spy? Then check out the following spy titles at your library today! Be entertained as characters go on exciting adventures to infiltrate their enemies and see how secret agents handle the challenges of going incognito to accomplish challenging missions.

Spy Stories
NERDS : National Espionage, RescueNERDS : National Espionage, Rescue, and Defense Society by Michael Buckley
A group of unpopular misfits from elementary school create a spy network. They combine their talents and skills and use astonishing gadgetry to fight evil and save the world from notorious villains.

Secret Agent Jack Stalwart
Secret Agent Jack Stalwart by Elizabeth Singer Hunt
A popular action-packed spy series, Jack Stalwart is a secret agent who travels around the world to defeat sinister enemies and fulfill missions assigned by the Global Protection Force. Besides pursuing spy missions, he is also on a quest to find his missing older brother, Max.

Mysterious Benedict Society
The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart
Reynie Muldoon, an orphaned child with special abilities decides to join an elite team of talented spies known as the Mysterious Benedict Society. They soon go on an adventurous journey of espionage and self-discovery to defeat a master criminal who plans to take over the world. Readers will be intrigued by interesting characters and a gripping plot.

Spy Guides
Cool spy supplies : fun top secret science projectsCool Spy Supplies: Fun Top Secret Science Projects by Esther Beck
For eager spies! This book contains simple step-by-step instructions on how to create homemade tools and projects for spy activities. 

The big book of spy stuff
The Big Book of Spy Stuff by Bart King
Know the secrets to become a successful spy! Learn how to trick enemy agents, create a good disguise that would make you seem invisible in a crowd, and more! Stay on top of your spy endeavors by checking out this title.
Spies by Clive Gifford
Learn about different types of spy activities and find out how secret agents use communication, code breaking and a variety of other techniques to uncover their enemies. This book also contains some information about a range of weapons and gadgets that are used by secret agents.

For more recommendations, please see a Youth Services Librarian at your library.
posted by pn